Iona College, LIU Post Report Coronavirus UpticksLocal colleges reported dozens of new coronavirus cases Monday.
Sources: N.J. Set To Allow Indoor Youth Sports To ResumeCBS2 has learned New Jersey is poised to allow the return of indoor youth sports. Among them, basketball and ice hockey.
Marist College Goes Remote, Suspends Activities After COVID-19 Cases Linked To Off-Campus GatheringMarist announced the initial lockdown Thursday after learning of COVID-19 cases stemming from a weekend off-campus gathering held without masks or social distancing.
NYC Cracks Down, Issues $150,000 In Fines For Failure To Comply With Shutdown Guidelines In COVID Hot ZonesThe city's crackdown on COVID-19 clusters is in full force.
Fauci Pushes Back On Use Of Comments In Trump Campaign Ad On Coronavirus ResponseDr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday his comments featured in an ad from the Trump campaign about the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic were taken out of context and used without his permission.
Court Upholds Restrictions On Houses Of Worship In COVID-19 Hot SpotsThe rulings mean Gov. Cuomo's order to limit capacity to 10 people within red zones, where the infection rate is above 3%, can be enforced.
Diabetes Drug Recalled Due To High Levels Of Cancer-Causing ContaminantMetformin tablets are used to treat type 2 diabetes and are designed to lower glucose levels.
Rutgers University Student Government Hoping To Help Peers Struggling With Anxiety, Depression During PandemicA recent study by Active Minds found 80% college students say COVID has negatively impacted their mental health.
Pet Therapy Program Helps Boost Spirits Of Doctors, NursesA pet therapy program is boosting the spirits of doctors and nurses on the front lines.
Organ Donations Rebound In New York To Pre-COVID LevelsThe COVID-19 pandemic has affected the health of many people beyond those who've been infected. 
Religious Groups Sue New York State Over Latest COVID-19 ClosuresThe suits claim the state executive order denies the religious community its fundamental right -- religious freedom -- despite their implementation of safety precautions. 
Borough Park Unrest: Mayor De Blasio Insists There's No Double Standard In EnforcementCBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer put the tough questions to Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday.
Holy Name Medical Center Participating In Clinical Trials Of Regeneron, Antibody Treatment Given To President TrumpPres. Donald Trump credits drug maker Regeneron's treatment for relieving his COVID-19 symptoms. But, what is it, and how might you get it?
Coronavirus Warrior: Staten Island Nurse Named 1 Of Time Magazine's Top 100 Influential People Of 2020They have put their lives on the line during the coronavirus pandemic. But now, some New Yorkers are getting recognition.
Road To Reopening: Connecticut Eases Restrictions As It Enters Phase 3While many of the business owners CBS2 spoke to are grateful for the easing of restrictions, some said they'll bring about even more challenges.