Siblings Honor Mother Who Died From COVID-19 By Helping To Feed Those In Need On ThanksgivingTheir mother died in May from COVID-19 at the age of 75. She battled the virus for almost two months.
COVID In New York: Staten Island Reopens Coronavirus Field Hospital Not Used Since Peak Of PandemicThe extra preparation comes as the northern part of the borough enters the yellow zone and the southern area is considered an orange zone.
Demanding Answers, Getting Action: Following CBS2 Report, Kristin Bruan Gets Daughter Seated In City's Learning Bridges ProgramAs New York City schools operate remotely, some say a city day care program is turning away students with special needs.
Parents Of Special Needs Students Say They Are Being Shut Out Of NYC's Learning Bridges ProgramAs New York City schools operate remotely, some parents say a city day care program is turning away students with special needs.
Sudden Switch To Remote Learning Means Particular Challenge For Students With Special NeedsCity stats show more than half were enrolled for in-person learning, likely because they rely on support services that can't be replicated through a screen.
Barred Owl Becomes An Instant Celebrity After Taking Up Residence In Central ParkFirst spotted in early October, now whatever it does, it's like a model attracting paparazzi.
Bronx Residents Disheartened By New Bodega Owners Vowing To Remove Community RefrigeratorIn a Bronx neighborhood where 1 in 4 residents are considered food insecure, a bodega owner is giving the community fridge outside the boot.
Forgotten Families: CBS2 Has Latest On Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against New York City And NewarkIn 2019, CBS2 started uncovering some New York City families who were moved out of homeless shelters and into dilapidated homes in New Jersey. Now, a new class action lawsuit has been filed.
Owner Of BIBA In Williamsburg Says New York State Is Forcing Him Out Of Business As Part Of Park RenovationA new Brooklyn park intended to unify New Yorker is actually pitting the state against a small business owner who is already losing money due to the COVID pandemic.
Veterans Day Vigil Honors Roughly 200 New Jersey Veterans Affairs Home Residents Who Died From COVID-19In October, the Department of Justice announced it's investigating the state for possibly understating the number of deaths and the quality of medical care.
Disabled Veterans Thinking About Nothing But Hockey When They Hit The Ice At Prudential CenterDisabled veterans are finding solace on the ice. A nonprofit hockey team isn't just an outlet for them to play, it's giving them purpose.
NJ TRANSIT Train Crashes Into Car On Tracks In Hackensack; Driver Escapes AliveIncredible photos show the crushed car and firefighters vigorously trying to gain access in front of the stopped train.
1 Dead, 4 Dozen Displaced Following Building Fire In PatersonOne woman was killed and dozens of people were displaced, following a deadly fire on Sunday morning that spread to multiple buildings.
Families In Need Get Free Turkeys For Thanksgiving From Feeding Westchester, Food Bank Of The Hudson Valley, And MoreDue to the coronavirus pandemic, putting food on the table for a Thanksgiving feast is going to be a tall task for many families.
More Than 2,000 Inmates Released Early From New Jersey State Prisons In Effort To Prevent COVID SpreadThe governor signed a law that knocks up to eight months off sentences and excludes people convicted of murder, aggravated sexual assault and repetitive compulsive sex offenders.