Head Of University Hospital Says New Jersey's Second Wave Is Here: 'This Is About To Get Worse'As the Tri-State Area sees a concerning rise in coronavirus cases, local experts are warning: Don't let the second wave become a tsunami.
Stay Extended For Homeless Residents At Lucerne HotelThe men were scheduled to board buses bound for the Radisson in Lower Manhattan on Monday, but sources tell CBS2 the city will hold off until after a judge hears their request.
Firefighters Find Dozens Of Marijuana Plants While Putting Out Blaze At Vacant Building In BrooklynAbout 30 marijuana plants were found on the first floor of the building and 40 plants on the second floor.
Diocese Of Brooklyn Takes Gov. Cuomo To Court Over Second Coronavirus Shutdown OrderIf a judge rules in the church's favor, 28 churches in Brooklyn and Queens would be allowed to reopen.
Mayor Says Suggestion His Micromanaging Led To NYPD's Chief Of Patrol Fausto Pichardo's Resignation 'Not Accurate'Sources tell CBS2 it stems from the mayor's micromanaging. The NYPD however says Pichardo is retiring.
Usually Busy Iona College Campus Desolate As Classes Go Virtual Due To COVID SpikeDozens of students at a college in Westchester have tested positive for COVID-19.
Orthodox Jewish Activist Heshy Tischler Arraigned, Vows To 'Continue Our Fight' Against COVID-19 Crackdown In BrooklynThe first weekend of enforcing Gov. Andrew Cuomo's COVID-19 cluster zone restrictions was busy.
Campaign 2020: New Yorkers Face Oct. 9 Deadline To Register For Nov. 3 ElectionRegistrations can be completed online, by mail or in-person but must be submitted by Friday.
New York City's Second Coronavirus Shutdown Begins For Schools, Businesses In Hot ZonesIn addition to schools, nonessential businesses, restaurants and houses of worship in those areas must have limited capacity.
Second Shutdown Set For COVID-19 Clusters And Surrounding AreasCuomo called it a "cluster action initiative," with red, orange and yellow categories giving different limits.
Hundreds Of New York City Schools Closed In Neighborhoods With Coronavirus UpticksThe schools will be closed for at least two weeks, and the change has many parents scrambling.
Gov. Cuomo Shutting Down Schools In New York's Coronavirus Hot Spots: 'I Would Not Send My Child'The citywide positive test rate over the last week is 1.72%, but some zip codes are seeing double, even quadruple.
Gov. Cuomo Warns NYC Leaders To Step Up Mask And Social Distancing Enforcement, Could Hit City With $10,000 FineCBS2 has obtained new evidence that many people living in areas where there are COVID-19 clusters continue to ignore safety precautions.
New York City Middle, High School Students Head Back To Class For In-Person LearningIt comes as coronavirus cases have seen a sharp increase in several neighborhoods.
Road To Reopening: Indoor Dining Resumes In New York City, As Officials Monitor COVID-19 ClustersThe city has said if the infection rate averages 3% for seven days, it will reassess indoor dining.