8-Year-Old Girl Shot In The Bronx; Mother Says Gunman Stormed ApartmentIt happened at around 9 a.m. at the Patterson Houses on East 143rd Street in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx.
New York City Teachers Say Some Schools Still Aren't Safe As Remote Learning Resumes: 'I Would Not Send My Child'While students logged on for the first time Wednesday, educators demanded learning stay this way.
1 Week Before In-Person Classes Resume, New York City Teachers Still Concerned About SafetyAs the concerns grow, so do the number of teachers who have tested positive for COVID-19.
New York City Answers Call For More Teachers, Establishes COVID Situation Room To Monitor Cases In SchoolsThere are signs of a potential showdown between the teachers union and New York City before in-person classes start next week.
FDNY Renames Its Highest Award For 9/11 Hero Chief Peter Ganci Due To 'Deeply Racist Beliefs' Of Award's Original NamesakeFor 150 years, the "James Gordon Bennett" medal was the highest honor for bravery awarded to a firefighter in the city. But times have changed.
Schools: The New Normal | NYC Releases Ventilation Results, Announces Free Child Care For Remote Learning DaysNew York City teachers returned to school Tuesday, but hundreds were instructed to stay home because their classrooms still need ventilation repairs.
Disturbing Video Shows Encounter That Resulted In Death Of Daniel Prude In Rochester Police CustodyBody camera footage shows how Daniel Prude was held face down by officers before he died.
Schools: The New Normal | Classes Back In Session At Greater Oaks Charter School On Lower East Side, 'This Is About To Be Different'Classes are cut in half, everyone must wear masks, follow safe social distancing rules and hand sanitation stations are everywhere.
Teachers Relieved, Parents Questioning New York City's Decision To Delay The Start Of SchoolThe delayed start to the city's school year has been met by relief from teachers hoping for more time to make their classrooms safe.
NYC Preparing For 1st Day Of School, As Teachers Union Continues To Negotiate ConditionsCity schools are getting ready to welcome back students in just over a week. But many parents feel not everyone is on the same page as to how it's all going to work.
Caught On Video: 'Red Paint' Vandal Targets Queens HomePolice are looking for a man who vandalized a home in Queens and then appeared to take a photo of his crime before taking off.
Woman In Medically Induced Coma After Vicious Beating Caught On Camera In BrooklynA vicious attack on a 46-year-old woman in Williamsburg, Brooklyn has many in the community reeling. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez has the latest on the developing story.
Mayor De Blasio Announces Formation Of New School Ventilation Action TeamsOn Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio acted on continuing concerns about the air quality inside the buildings.
New York City Schools Encouraged To Let Students Learn Outdoors This Fall, Mayor SaysDe Blasio said the Department of Education will work with schools that don't have their own space to close nearby streets or use local parks.
Brooklyn Woman Steps Up And Assumes Foster Care Of Baby Girl After Sister Loses Battle With COVID-19A Brooklyn baby's home life was uncertain after her foster mother passed away from COVID-19. But the woman's sister selflessly stepped in to help.