Storm Watch: Officials Hoping To Avoid Repeat Of Ida With Preparations For Nor'easterMany are still cleaning up from Ida and this week marks nine years since Superstorm Sandy. Precautions, like barricading roads to keep cars out of rising waters, are being taken to prevent similar damage.
Paterson Youth Football Team Gets $10,000 Gift From New York Giants, Dunkin' DonutsWhen the remnants of Hurricane Ida plowed through Paterson, flooding destroyed their uniforms and equipment.
Mayor De Blasio Announces Vaccine Mandate For All New York City Municipal Workers, Including First RespondersThe mandate represents the strictest in the country, and applies to roughly 160,000 employees who have not yet been required to get the shot.
Eligible New Jersey Residents Urged To Get COVID Booster ShotAccording to state data, nearly 80% of residents who are eligible for a Pfizer vaccine booster have not yet gotten one.
Gen. Colin Powell Remembered Fondly At His Alma Mater, CCNY, And In The Bronx, Where He Was RaisedAs secretary of state, the world was Colin Powell's stage. But it all started here in New York.
West Orange Apartment Complex To Be Demolished Due To Ida Storm Damage, Dozens DisplacedSome New Jersey residents say they have just been evacuated due to the remnants of Hurricane Ida, even though the storm hit six weeks ago.
West Orange Apartment Building Deemed Unsafe 6 Weeks After Ida, Residents Left In LimboThey say it happened Monday night with no warning and little explanation, except that their building was unstable from a storm that happened exactly six weeks ago, and they won't be coming back.
Parents Sound Alarm, Point Fingers At Lawmakers After Gun Shop Opens Near School In Tenafly, N.J.There is outrage in a New Jersey community after a gun store opened near an elementary school.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, Republican Challenger Jack Ciattarelli Trade Jabs In Last Debate Before Election DayThe incumbent Murphy is defending his handling of the outbreak over the last 20 months, but some say his strict COVID policies are also on the ballot Nov. 2.
'Pure Chaos:' Search For Suspect In Police-Involved Shooting Causes Major Gridlock Near Barclays CenterThe search continues for a gunman who exchanged fire with NYPD officers near Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
MTA, Port Authority Issue Warning To Those Who Don't Pay Tolls Sent In Mail: 'We're Always Chasing The Money'So what are local agencies doing to track down the commuters who are more casually avoiding payment by ignoring the tolls in the mail? CBS2 found out the consequences.
Test That Can Help Stop Breast Cancer Now Available To All At-Risk WomenAbout 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer, but there is a test that can help stop it in its tracks.
Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins Resigns After FBI Raids Union HeadquartersIt was a remarkable scene at the union's headquarters. FBI agents clad in dark suits carried open cardboard boxes of evidence from the offices on Worth Street in Tribeca.
As COVID Vaccine Mandate Takes Effect, Approximately 8,000 DOE Employees Out Of 148,000 Remain UnvaccinatedAlthough the deadline for vaccination was Friday, the union said it's being told staff still have time to get vaccinated and keep their jobs. But that offer won't be on the table forever.
George Floyd Statue In Manhattan Vandalized, But Quickly Returned To Form By Art Group VolunteersNew Yorkers and tourists alike were marveling Sunday night at the larger-than-life statue of Floyd, which was restored to its golden shine in Union Square Park after it was defaced earlier in the day.