New York City Schools Again Postpone Start Of In-Person Learning For Most StudentsThe city's blended learning model was supposed to start Sept. 10, but in-person classes were already pushed to Sept. 21.
Virtual New York Fashion Week Featuring Designers With Life During The Pandemic On Their MindsOne show that COVID-19 is not canceling is New York Fashion Week. Some of the world’s top designers are showing virtually, but a few are still making it happen in-person.
Drivers Questioning Safety Of Overpass After Concrete Falls On Route 208 South In Fair Lawn, N.J.It's a scary example of crumbling infrastructure.
Bronx Fashion Designer Terese Brown Reimagines Her Business And Collections Due To COVID PandemicTerese Brown fought the coronavirus and then fought to keep her business alive when her clients closed their doors.
Sen. Schumer, Seinfeld Combine Forces, Call On Feds To Help Save City Entertainment Venues Hurt By COVID-19An effort to save live entertainment venues in New York City is being pushed by a senator and a TV legend.
Revel Moped Representatives To Meet With NYC DOT Over Safety ConcernsRevel mopeds returned to New York City streets last month after they were pulled following three fatalities, including the death of CBS2 reporter Nina Kapur.
Schools: The New Normal | Special Needs School Teaching Students New Routines To Safely Navigate Daily LifeSeveral special needs schools in our area welcomed students back inside Thursday for the first time since March.
2 NYC Teachers Test Positive For COVID-19, Others Report Disgusting Conditions In Buildings, Walk OutAs staff returned this week to buildings, two Brooklyn teachers at two different schools have tested test positive for COVID-19.
NYPD Says Gun Arrests Are Way Up, But Violence Was Much The Same Over Labor Day WeekendFour people died in shootings. Two dozen victims survived, including a 7-year-old boy.
Schools: The New Normal | New Jersey Sounds Call For More Substitute Teachers, With Some Districts Paying A Lot MoreMany schools in New Jersey start Tuesday. Some had no choice but to go all virtual because they could not find enough substitute teachers.
Health Officials, Local Leaders Urge Caution As Tri-State Area Residents Plan Labor Day Weekend GatheringsDe Blasio also urged residents to avoid traveling, especially to states with high infection rates.
WATCH: CBS2 Puts Revel's New Safety Measures To The TestThursday marks one week since the controversial Revel mopeds returned to city streets.
Unemployed Mother Of 3 Struggling To Pay Rent, Searching For New Home After Landlord Decided To Sell North Jersey PropertyCBS2's Lisa Rozner met a North Jersey woman so determined to help people stay in their homes that she's finding ways to pay their rent.
Firefighters Treated For Heat Exhaustion After Battling 5-Alarm Blaze In Port ChesterFirefighters worked into Sunday evening checking hot spots following an earlier fire in a three-story apartment building.
New Legislation Would Require More Oversight Of Shared Moped Companies Like RevelThe chairman of the City Council's Transportation Committee is introducing legislation that would require more oversight over shared moped companies like Revel.