NYPD Commissioner Shea Calls On Elected Officials, Communities For Help Addressing Rise In Gun ViolenceFrom the Bronx to Brooklyn, Manhattan to Queens, and Staten Island, all five borough were far from free of gun violence over Independence Day weekend.
At Beaches Along The Jersey Shore This July 4th Weekend, 'It's So Wonderful To See The Families Back'In many ways, Point Pleasant beach looks like you'd expect: There are plenty of people on the sand, in their lounge chairs, with umbrellas and - hopefully - sunscreen. But in many ways, things are different.
On Last Day Of School For NYC Students, Chancellor Says Goal Is To Return Sept. 10It was a challenging year for students, parents and teachers amid the coronavirus pandemic and remote learning.
Caruso-Cabrera Says She's Ready To Give Rep. Ocasio-Cortez A Run For Her Money During Tuesday's PrimaryIt has been a contentious primary battle in New York's 14th Congressional District, as freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez looks to win her party's nomination.
Juneteenth Celebrations Across New York City Expand Calls For Racial EqualityThousands marched through Brooklyn on Friday in celebration of Juneteenth and to continue the calls for change.
Lawmaker, Educator Worried About Contact Tracers Not Asking About Attending ProtestsThere has been progress in the fight against COVID-19, but the massive protests and the reopening of businesses have created fears of a new wave of infections.
Jersey City Protests Remain Peaceful As Leaders Announce ReformsDemonstrations over of the death of George Floyd have remained peaceful in Jersey City, where more protests are expected this weekend. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports some reforms are already in the works as protesters continue demanding change.
Families Say Personal Items Belonging To Loved Ones Lost To COVID-19 Disappeared From Hospitals"They're grave robbers. If they're not grave robbers, then they're stealing from the sick," said one woman whose husband's gold necklace went missing.
Mayor De Blasio Says Subway Shutdown Is Working, City Making Progress Getting Homeless To Accept ServicesThousands of homeless people have been moved from packed shelters and shutdown subway trains into hotels all throughout the city.
Coronavirus Cleaning: NYC Overnight Subway Shutdown Puts Halt To 10,000 PassengersStarting next week, the city's subway system will not be running 24/7 service for the first time ever.
CBS2 Spends A Day-In-The-Life With Bronx Woman Delivering Groceries To New Yorkers In NeedMany New Yorkers have taken self-isolation seriously, especially those at higher risk of getting the coronavirus. So they’ve had to rely on others to do the essential.
Coronavirus Relief Leaving Small Businesses Behind, 'Didn't Get A Fighting Chance' From Federal Paycheck Protection ProgramBanks say money set aside by Congress ran out within minutes, and as lawmakers look to put in more cash, business owners are hoping they won't be left out.
Coronavirus May Force Canceling Some Of Our Favorite Summer Activities, So What About The AlternativesIt's not just the closure of the pools and beaches that have parents concerned about upcoming summer plans. Camps and community programs could also be sidelined for the season.
Storm Watch: Winds Take Down Trees, Cut Power All Over Tri-State AreaA powerful storm, featuring drenching rain and damaging winds, pummeled the Tri-State Area on Monday.
Having A Hard Time Getting Grocery Delivery To Your Home? You Are Not AloneThe lines are long to get in and precautions have been stepped up to try and keep people safe - but for those opting to stay inside, getting essentials delivered to them isn't easy.