Dangerous Heat Brings Threat Of Powerful Thunderstorms Across Tri-State AreaCrowds are flocking to area beaches as temperatures climb. 
New Yorkers Beat The Heat With Sweet Treats From All Over The WorldWednesday was another summer scorcher in the city and suburbs, so it's a good thing our region is the world capital of keeping cool with a multitude of multicultural treats to beat the heat.
Tri-State Area Heat Advisory: 'Feels-Like' Temperatures Soar Above 100 Amid Heat WaveAs CBS2 has been reporting and you most likely have been feeling, Tuesday has been another day of oppressive, even dangerous, heat across the region.
Outdoor Waiters, Other Workers Swelter In Extreme Heat: 'We Have To Adapt'People are urged to stay cool and take it easy, but for some that isn't an option. 
New York City Enters Its First Official Heat Wave This YearNew York City officially entered its first heat wave the year Monday, with temperatures above 90 degrees for a third straight day.
New York City Activating Hundreds Of Cooling Options As Summer Heat Sets InFace coverings will be required and capacities will be limited to allow for social distancing.
NYC Installs Thousands Of Air Conditioners For Low-Income Seniors, Increases Help On Summer Utility BillsThe mayor introduced what he called “Get Cool NYC” last month after announcing the city’s public pools would remain closed due to health concerns and budget cuts.
Mayor De Blasio Outlines Plan To Keep New Yorkers Safe During Hot Summer MonthsHe said the goals will be to 1) protect the health and safety of the most vulnerable, 2) give people safe cooling options and 3) prevent and/or respond quickly to power outages.
Heat Advisory Takes Effect As Temperatures Climb In NYCTemperatures are expected to be in the low 90s but feel more like upper 90s to low 100s.
New York Weather: Hot NYC Fun This Weekend Comes Extra High TemperaturesJust days away from the weekend, New York City is already bracing itself for a scorcher.
NYCHA Hit With Subpoena, Accused Of 'Stonewalling' Audit Into City Heating Failures"This is a citywide disgrace!" New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer declared. "They failed to turn over information because they have something to hide."