Superstorm Sandy 9 Years Later: A Look Back At CBS2's Live Coverage As Historic Storm Hit Tri-StateCBS2's Chris Wragge and Elise Finch take a look back on what it was like reporting from the Jersey Shore and Lower Manhattan.
'I Pray That My Mom And Dad Are Smiling Down': Long Island Teenagers Team Up To Rebuild Community Leader's House Decimated By Hurricane SandyA group of Long Island teenage girls, Habitat For Humanity and Orthodox Union's Project Community are teaming up to rebuild the house of a community leader decimated by Hurricane Sandy eight years ago.
MTA Admits It Learned Many Lessons From Superstorm Sandy DestructionTuesday marked the seventh anniversary of Superstorm Sandy battering the Tri-State Area. Transit officials say the rebuilding efforts are far from over.
Teen Affected By Hurricanes Sandy & Maria Fighting To Address Climate ChangeMarisol Rivera's old home in Brooklyn was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy when she was only 6 years old, and her family in Puerto Rico lost everything after Maria.
Lawmaker Asks NYS To Investigate Hempstead Buildings Department's Handling Of Post-Sandy Rebuilding ProcessSeven years after Superstorm Sandy, one of the hardest hit towns is asking New York state to review alleged mismanagement in the rebuilding process for thousands of homes.
$55 Million In New Funds To Help NJ Recover From Superstorm SandyFamilies and homeowners hit by Superstorm Sandy should see more relief help on the way thanks to an additional $55 million in federal funds to rebuild damaged properties.
On 6th Anniversary Of Superstorm Sandy, NJ Gov. Phil Murphy Announces Loan Fund To Help RebuildSandy caused tens of billions of dollars in damage, and many people are still trying to rebuild.
Long Beach Marks 6 Years Of Rebuilding Since Hurricane SandyDespite $10 of millions in damages, officials in the ocean-side community says they have come a long way.
Tunnel To Towers: The Growing History Of The Stephen Siller FoundationWhen Hurricane Sandy hit the New York area, Tunnel to Towers shifted its focus to help those in need and provided assistance to local victims.
How Did A New Jersey Realty Sign Wind Up Washing Ashore In France?A New Jersey realty sign has quite the story to tell. Nearly six years after being washed away by Hurricane Sandy, the sandy and tattered sign was found on a beach – thousands of miles away in France.
Long Island's 'American Venice' Bridges To Be Rebuilt, Cost Almost $9MTown leaders in Babylon are in the process of restoring a pair of historic bridges in the village of Copiague, an $8.8 million project.
Judge Tosses Lawsuit By Long Beach Residents Seeking Return Of Sandy Relief MoneyLong Beach, Long Island residents who were looking to have $155 million of Superstorm Sandy relief money returned have had their lawsuit dismissed.
Raised Homes Are More Prone To Frozen Pipes, Expert WarnsAfter Superstorm Sandy, thousands of homeowners raised their houses to avoid future flood damage.
Contractor In Court On Charges Of Bilking Superstorm Sandy Victims On Long IslandA Long Island contractor charged with preying on victims of Superstorm Sandy faced a judge on Tuesday.
50 People To Know: How One Restaurant Owner Helped The Shore Rebuild After SandyFive years ago, Woody’s Ocean Grille was one of the most popular spots in Sea Bright. When Superstorm Sandy rolled in, Woody’s was just one of the town’s businesses that was devastated.