Schools: The New Normal | State, New York City Make Moves To Bridge Digital Divide For Remote LearningThe digital divide has been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Hundreds Of Bodies Of COVID-19 Victims Lying In Freezer Trailers In Brooklyn; City Struggling To Find Next Of KinAbout 650 bodies lie inside freezer trailers on Pier 39 in Sunset Park, Brooklyn - a backlog of lives taken away by the coronavirus pandemic as it spread rapidly in the spring.
COVID In New York: Cuomo Says It's Possible NYC Schools Could Reopen Even If Positivity Rate Stays Above 3%More restrictions are coming to parts of the Big Apple, as COVID-19 cases show no signs of slowing down.
Tourism Expert Says It Could Take NYC 3 To 5 Years To RecoverA stunning new report shows it could take up to five years before we see the usual large number of visitors return New York City.
Demanding Answers: Some NYCHA Residents Perplexed They Have Been Living 5 Weeks Without GasLarry Keyes is 80 years old and says he and his neighbors living in the 11 NYCHA-run brownstones are beyond frustrated they still can't cook on their stoves.
NYC Schools To Remain Open, For Now; Restaurants Dealing With Restrictions, Sheriffs Bust Several Illegal PartiesMayor Bill de Blasio has said he's prepared to switch schools to an all-remote format Monday if the rate gets too high.
Brooklyn DA Announces Arrests Of 4 Men, Including MTA Worker, For Running Guns From Down South To BrooklynA New York City subway conductor is among four suspects arrested on gun trafficking charges.
Demanding Answers: NYCHA Residents Worry They'll Be Without Gas Service For Holidays After 4-Week OutageWhen CBS2 visited the buildings two weeks ago, the agency said it was working with an outside vendor to expedite the repairs. People who live there say they've heard that line before.
'The Kids Were Freezing': NYC Public School Teachers Instructed To Keep Windows Open To Comply With COVID Guidelines Even As Temperatures DropTeacher Jia Lee says on a rainy day two weeks ago, the temperature in her classroom at the Earth School dipped into the low 50s. Without an HVAC system or HEPA purifier, she says opening windows is her only option.
NYPD Officer Facing Federal Charges Of Conspiring To Import And Distribute CocaineOfficer Amaury Abreu was supposed to be upholding the law while he worked at the 113th Precinct, but instead federal prosecutors say he was breaking it.
Feeling Stressed While Waiting For Election Results? Experts Say Stay Active, Don't Isolate Yourself And Take BreaksYou don't have to turn off social media or the news, just take breaks to quiet your mind.
Yonkers Launches New Program To Keep Children From Getting Lured Into Gang-Related CrimeKathy Deanda said she moved to Yonkers five years ago to escape a high-crime neighborhood in Harlem. But now she's considering moving back.
Election 2020: New Yorkers Head To The Polls Following Record Early Voting TurnoutMore than 1.1 million ballots were cast in New York City before polls opened Tuesday morning.
Campaign 2020: What To Expect At The Polls On Election Day In New York, New Jersey And ConnecticutThe impressive early voter turnout has made it pretty clear that this year's general election has been unlike any other.
Heat Finally Restored At NYCHA Buildings After CBS2 Demands Answers For Tenants Left Without Gas ServiceHundreds of New York City Housing Authority Residents finally have their heat back on.