Coronavirus Update: Optimism Reigns In Hotel Industry As Some In NYC Start Booking Rooms For SummerThe light at the end of this isolating tunnel may be more visible than you think.
Coronavirus Update: Weddings, Religious Ceremonies Embracing Virtual ApproachCelebrating life isn’t stopping in the age of social distancing.
Coronavirus Update: With Non-Essential Businesses Closing, Bridal Shops Scramble To Help Brides To BeThe Garment District will officially shut down Sunday night under Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s directive to close non-essential businesses.
Coronavirus Update: Cuomo Reiterates, New York State Doesn't Have Enough ICU BedsGov. Andrew Cuomo is warning the volume of coronavirus patients may soon be too much for New York's hospitals.
Demanding Answers: What Will Come Of Vacant Bronx Building At Center Of Drug Treatment Facility Dispute?Politicians promised the property would never be sold to a drug treatment facility. But months later, one resident learned, the deal was done anyway. On Monday, CBS2 demanded answers.
Residents In Bronx Community Worried Drug Treatment Center May Move Into Vacant Building: 'We Were Deceived'Residents say politicians promised to prevent a drug treatment center from moving in across from a school. But months later, one resident discovered the deal was done anyway.
Investigators Find Loaded Gun, Contraband In Housing Unit Of Manhattan Jail Where Jeffrey Epstein DiedIt's supposed to be one of the most secure in America, but now the Federal Bureau of Prisons is investigating guard misconduct.
Subway Conductor Taken To Hospital After Attack At Brooklyn StationCBS2 has been told the 36-year-old MTA employee has been in and out of consciousness at the hospital.
MTA Has Change Of Heart After Denying Train Operator Paternity Leave In Wake Of Partner's StillbirthThey have already disassembled the crib, but still have not made the time to properly let go of their stillborn son's ashes.
Family Of Young Man Stabbed To Death Inside Bronx Car Dealership Say They Want JusticeThe family of a 22-year-old man who police said was stabbed to death inside a Bronx car dealership spoke to CBS2 on Tuesday.
Alleged Peeping Tom Creeping Out Nassau County NeighborhoodAn alleged peeping Tom on Long Island was out of jail Sunday night, but stands accused of secretly recording a woman through her window more than a dozen times.
Small Business Owners Skeptical Of City's Expansion For Fine, Violation ReliefMayor Bill de Blasio announced the city is looking at eliminating fines for certain first-time violations and offering a grace period for others.
Gay Pride Groups Denied Opportunity To March In Staten Island St. Patrick's Day ParadeThe annual St. Patrick's Day Parade on Staten Island is full of pride. But people who represent gay pride are being told they can't participate.
Oh My Goodness: Tai Abrams Creates 'AdmissionSquad' To Help Get More Minority Students Into Elite High Schools"Right now, the New York City education system is 70% black and Latino, but the reality is only 10% comprise these elite high schools," Abrams said.
Police Searching For Suspect In Shooting Of Bronx Deli WorkerPolice said the bodega cashier that was killed in a deli in Mott Haven on Friday, was gunned down right in the middle of the dinner rush.