Restaurants Offering Discounted 3-Course Meals Along With Free Entertainment For 'Taste Of Times Square' WeekWith about 50% of businesses in the area still closed, the Times Square Alliance says the initiative is a way to drive customers directly to restaurants.
Man Falls 12-15 Feet Into Hole After Sidewalk Collapses In The BronxThe Department of Buildings says preliminary findings show the collapse was caused by a section of sidewalk over a building's cellar that was in a state of disrepair.
Richmond Hill Street Co-Named 'Punjab Avenue' To Honor Neighborhood's South Asian CultureThe stretch of 101st Avenue between 111th and 123rd streets is filled with Punjabi culture, earning the nickname "Little Punjab."
Japanese Jazz Pianist Tadataka Unno Speaks Out About Subway Attack That Left Him Badly Injured"I thought this was how I was going to die," Tadataka Unno said in an interview with the New York Times.
Thanks To Kidney Chain, Bronx Man Finally Getting Badly Needed TransplantA Bronx Man's scheduled kidney transplant was abruptly canceled after he suffered another devastating health diagnosis. But now, after years of waiting, his surgery is finally going forward.
19-Year-Old Woman Killed, 2 Men Wounded In Shooting At Party Inside Bronx ClubWitnesses told CBS2's Kiran Dhillon about 20 to 30 people were drinking and dancing to a DJ when gunshots erupted.
More Than 200 People Found Inside Queens Banquet Hall For Illegal PartyThe banquet hall owner tells CBS2 he rented the venue out to "an individual" who then hosted the party.
'Vote Because Breonna Can't': Families Of Breonna Taylor, Jacob Blake Encourage New Yorkers To Vote At Manhattan RallyThe peaceful event, called the National State of Emergency Get Out The Vote Rally, was organized by a social justice group Until Freedom.
Exclusive Video Shows Suspect In Crime Spree; NYPD Says He Stole More Than $1,600 From Bronx Bodegas Since SeptemberA suspect was caught on camera breaking into a Bronx bodega, allegedly the latest target of a one-man crime spree.
It's Still Known As Columbus Day In New York City, But For How Much Longer?Columbus Day was celebrated across the Tri-State Area on Monday. But across the country there have been calls to change the name of the holiday and instead honor a group that has often overlooked.
NYPD Investigating Deadly Hit-And-Run In Queens Involving Allegedly Stolen Ford MustangPolice are investigating a deadly hit-and-run in Queens. In a horrific turn of events, the victim's family members witnessed the aftermath of the crash.
Rutgers University Student Government Hoping To Help Peers Struggling With Anxiety, Depression During PandemicA recent study by Active Minds found 80% college students say COVID has negatively impacted their mental health.
Japanese Jazz Pianist Tadataka Unno Badly Injured After Attack In SubwayNew York-based Japanese musician Tadataka Unno is a beloved member of the local jazz community. The 40-year-old is a renowned pianist and composer.
Road To Reopening: Connecticut Eases Restrictions As It Enters Phase 3While many of the business owners CBS2 spoke to are grateful for the easing of restrictions, some said they'll bring about even more challenges.
Nonprofit Group Gives Water Quality Report Cards To Bays Along Long Island SoundWhich bays along the Sound have the best and worst water quality? A new ranking gives grades A through F to dozens.