Black Police Officers Remain Committed To Building Bridges Between Community, Police Amid Protests"People kind of try to separate the two, you know, being a black male and a police officer, but I don't think you can," one police officer told CBS2's Kiran Dhillon.
Unemployment Rate Sees First Drop Since Coronavirus Pandemic Began, 21 Million Americans Still Without WorkThe U.S. Department of Labor announced Friday the unemployment rate fell from 14.7% to 13.3% with 2.5 million jobs added in May.
Salon Owners Offer Free Haircuts To Healthcare WorkersNew Yorkers have been dealing with the city's stay at home order for months as the coronavirus pandemic disrupts average day-to-day life. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports salon owners are now coming together to bring a sense of normalcy back to healthcare workers.
Reports: Several Business Vandalized, Looted In Advance Of New York City's CurfewIt was another night of mayhem on the streets of the Big Apple.
New Yorkers Concerned Drownings Will Spike Without Lifeguards At City Beaches This SummerTraditionally, lifeguards start the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend but the mayor has banned swimming at city beaches.
Adapting To Coronavirus: NYC Wedding Planning Business Now Coordinating Couples' Big Days Online With EaseA local business is stepping in to ensure couples who are going forward with their weddings online can do so smoothly.
'Graduate Together' Pays Tribute To Class Of 2020 With Celebrities Offering Words Of Encouragement"Graduate Together: America Honors the Class of 2020" one-hour special will air on CBS2 at 8 p.m.
Anti-Semitic Incidents Reach 40-Year High With Most Cases In New York, New JerseyThe staggering number of antisemitic incidents that took place across the country in 2019 include several attacks here at home.
Consumer Credit Expert Warns Of Pitfalls Of Comfort Spending While Home During Coronavirus PandemicWith so many of us at home during he coronavirus quarantine, it's no surprise that some of us are heading online to take part in retail therapy.
Home Care Nurses Admit Emotional Toll On Them Has Been High During Coronavirus PandemicThis week is National Nurses Week and CBS2 wants to honor all the nurses that have made a difference during the coronavirus pandemic.
NYPD Limits Capacity At 2 City Parks To Enforce Social Distancing, Curb Coronavirus SpreadIn addition to enforcing social distancing, officers were also handing out face coverings.
Coronavirus Caution: De Blasio Warns Of A Possible COVID-19 'Boomerang,' Lauds New Yorkers For Social DistancingDe Blasio warned that it remains very possible that the disease will "boomerang" in the city.
Coronavirus In New York: 'Open Streets' Initiative Starts Early, Bringing Out Cooped-Up New YorkersSeven miles of streets are now closed throughout the city.
Muslims Resolved To Give Back This Ramadan Amid Coronavirus PandemicRamadan is a time for Muslims to center themselves spiritually, while helping those in need.
Coronavirus And Ramadan: Isolated Muslims Finding Solutions To Worship, Break Fast During Holy MonthSocial distancing amid the coronavirus means the Islamic religious observance will look quite different than in years past.