More Trouble For American Dream? Bank Says Owners Missed Mortgage Payments On Another Mall They OwnA mega mall mired in two decades of delays is facing yet another setback.
Forgotten Families: Family Living In Shelter Says City Staff Dropped The Ball When They Tried To Move Before Peak Of Coronavirus PandemicThe lease was signed March 16. Two months later -- nothing.
NYPD: 1 Officer Stabbed In Neck, 2 Others Shot In Brooklyn; All Expected To SurviveThere was a police-involved shooting around 11:45 p.m. Wednesday near the corner of Church and Flatbush avenues in Flatbush.
As New York City Begins To Reopen Next Week, All Eyes Will Be On Efficiency Of Hired Contact TracersA key to New York City's reopening Monday will be its ability to test and trace people recently diagnosed with the coronavirus.
CBS2 Gets An Exclusive Look Inside The NYPD's Joint Operations Center As Officers Monitor ProtestsInside the NYPD's Joint Operations Center, dozens of officers are watching the city from different vantage points.
Other Countries Enforce Strict Coronavirus Prevention Rules For International Travelers While Asymptomatic Visitors Are Free To Go At U.S. AirportsFor Americans residing here, no one monitors your whereabouts once you test positive.
Demanding Answers: New York Officials Still Say It's Feds' Job To Monitor International Passengers, But Customs, CDC Not TalkingHundreds of international flights that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has blamed for causing the coronavirus outbreak continue to fly to our area.
Demanding Answers: Why Won't Anyone Enforce Airport Quarantine Rules In New York Or New Jersey?When it comes to making sure passengers don't again spread coronavirus, compared to other states, the Tri-State Area gateway has little to no enforcement.
Demanding Answers: Flights From Countries Hard Hit By Coronavirus Still Coming, So Are Precautions In Place?CBS2 has learned some of the same international flights that have long been blamed for causing coronavirus to explode in our area are still operating.
Doormen, Supers And Building Managers Going Above And Beyond To Keep Residents Safe Amid Coronavirus PandemicAn inventive "fogging station" is just one of many measures building manager John Faldetta has taken to make his employees and tenants feel safe.
Hundreds Of Military Service Members Still Working On Front Lines Of Coronavirus Fight In NYC HospitalsNearly 60 from the Air Force are suited up in scrubs at New York City’s public hospitals. Another 60 are here from the Army.
CBS2's 'Forgotten Families' Wins Edward R. Murrow Regional Award For Investigative JournalismThe CBS2 team of journalists behind the "Forgotten Families: An Investigation Into Broken Promises" series has won the 2020 Edward R. Murrow Award for outstanding investigative reporting.
Number Of Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Cases Grows To 93 In New York StateThe number of children diagnosed with a rare disease believed to be related to COVID-19 is increasing nationwide.
Mother's Day Extra Special For Woman Who Gave Birth While On Ventilator, Staff At Jamaica HospitalIt was a miraculous Mother's Day for a Queens woman. She recently gave birth while on a ventilator and fighting coronavirus.
Coronavirus Stimulus Checks Being Sent To Dead People As Unemployed Americans Await Needed FundsThe IRS clarified to CBS2 that checks sent to someone who died before the receipt of payment should be returned to the IRS.