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.
NYPD Officer Yvonne Wu, Accused Of Shooting Ex And Killing Ex's Girlfriend, Facing Murder ChargesSources said Wu waited inside her ex-girlfriend's home, which they shared at one time. Wu allegedly opened fire when her ex arrived with another woman.
Gov. Hochul Holds Private Meeting With Families Of Loved Ones Who Died Of COVID In Nursing Homes, Apologizes For TragedyGov. Kathy Hochul is apologizing to families who lost loved ones, after her predecessor ordered nursing homes to take in COVID-19-positive patients.
3-Year-Old Daniel Galeas Falls To His Death Out Harlem WindowThe boy's family told CBS2's Jessica Moore he would have turned 4 on Monday.
Facing Vaccine Mandate Deadline, Home Health Care Workers Union Hoping New York State Grants More TimeTens of thousands of home health care workers could lose their jobs Friday, if they don't get at least partially vaccinated by the end of Thursday.
Nearly 900 Students In Toms River In COVD Quarantine Following District-Wide OutbreakThat means one in 14 students in Toms River have either had COVID or been impacted by the virus since the start of the school year.
The 3 'Fates' Of 'Hadestown' Reflect On Broadway's Return And Their Love For NYC's Theater CommunityThe hit musical "Hadestown" reopened this month with a celebration that spilled into the streets. In 2019, the show won eight Tony awards, including best musical.
Understaffing At Nursing Homes Leaves Residents Vulnerable Amid Pandemic, Now Vaccine Mandate Could Make It WorseThe governor is actively preparing for an even greater shortage, working to secure temporary visas for international workers and adjust licensing requirements to bring in nurses from out of state.
De Blasio Says NYC Ready To Administer COVID Vaccine Booster Shots Once FDA ApprovedThe nation's top scientists will meet Friday to discuss whether Americans who received the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines will need another dose.
'I'm Going To Burn Alive': Will Jimeno Shares Horrifying Memories Of Being Buried In Rubble Of Ground Zero On 9/11Will Jimeno and Sgt. John McLoughlin were two of very few people to be pulled out of the rubble alive.
New York City Teachers Preparing To Welcome Students Back Safely; Mayor De Blasio Expands COVID Vaccine MandateMayor Bill de Blasio expanded a COVID vaccine mandate to include more education workers.
Critics Take Issue With Mayor De Blasio's Plan To Keep School In-Person Learning Safe, Request Remote OptionMayor Bill de Blasio is championing what he calls the gold standard for keeping students safe in the classroom ahead of Monday's first day of school, which will be fully in person.
Ida Aftermath: What Do You Do If You Didn't Have Flood Insurance Before The Storm Hit?In the hours after Ida, many are scrambling to figure out what they lost and what exactly is covered under their insurance policies.
Afghan Refugees Arrive At Joint Base McGuire In South JerseyTroops are helping stock the base with supplies, and the federal government will connect the refugees with resettlement organizations.
R. Kelly Trial, Day 3: Cook County Clerk Testifies About Kelly's Marriage To Late Singer Aaliyah When She Was 15 Years OldKelly is accused of bribing a city official with $500 to provide a fake ID for the 15-year-old girl, so they could get married because Aaliyah was pregnant.