Restaurant Week Kicks Off In New York City Amid Unprecedented Struggle To Stay In BusinessThere are hopes that the annual Restaurant Week will give them a much-needed boost, but it won't be business as usual.
Parents, Students Protest Decision To Keep Classrooms Closed In Montclair, NJStudents in Montclair, New Jersey were supposed to head back into their classrooms Monday for the first time since March. Despite the superintendent's announcement, it didn't happen.
See It: AC Unit Falls On Firefighter In BensonhurstTerrifying moments were caught on camera at the scene of a fire in Brooklyn.
Summer Beach House Rentals In Uniquely High Demand This Year Because Of PandemicDreaming of a beach vacation this summer in a home to call your own? CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports booking sooner rather than later might be in your best interest.
Poll: 42% Of New Yorkers Hesitant To Get COVID Vaccine As Soon As It's Available; Numbers Much Lower Among MinoritiesThe Bronx River Houses was the first stop for a mobile vaccination unit that hopes to reach 15,000 NYCHA seniors over the next eight weeks.
Many Callers Left Frustrated As New Jersey Rolls Out New COVID Vaccine Appointment Hotline: 'This Phone Number Is Useless'A new COVID-19 hotline is supposed to help New Jersey residents make vaccination appointments. But on the first day, it was overwhelmed.
Huge Run To Close Fourth Quarter Lifts Nets To Win Over HeatJames Harden and Kevin Durant each scored 20 points despite three relatively quiet quarters, and the Brooklyn Nets broke away with a big run in the fourth to beat the Miami Heat 98-85 on Monday.
Long Island Teen's National Anthem Performance Wows Nation Before AFC Championship GameAn electrifying rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner by a 17-year-old Long Islander wowed the nation before the Kansas City Chiefs played the Buffalo Bills.
N.J. Police Searching For Missing Drew University Student Ajay Sah, Last Seen A Week AgoMadison police say 22-year-old Ajay Sah was last seen on the campus of Drew University last Tuesday night.
Eviction Moratorium: Brooklyn Couple Says They Can't Kick Tenant Out, Despite Assault Charge And Restraining OrderThe landlords and tenants have been involved in a housing dispute since the pandemic began when they stopped paying rent.
Located On Fifth Ave, NAACP's National Headquarters Back In Early 1900s On Verge Of Becoming Historic LandmarkThe Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation has spent more than two years campaigning for the recognition.
Dr. Max's COVID Vaccine FAQs: Are The New Coronavirus Strains More Deadly? Are Vaccines Effective Against Them?There is increasing concern over a number of new strains of the coronavirus and if the available vaccines are effective against them. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the answers.
With Indoor Dining At 50% Capacity, Long Island Hoping To Capitalize On Winter Restaurant WeekRestaurant Week is upon us, offering eight days of deals to help our struggling chefs and waiters.
COVID In New York: One Big Hurdle To Cross, But High-Risk Sports Looking More And More Like A Go On Feb. 1If local health departments give the green like, high-risk sports can finally resume across New York state next week.
Caught On Video: Random Sucker Punch Attack In The Bronx Leaves Victim With Broken Jaw; Mount Hope Residents Say 'It's The Usual Around Here'As the victim struggles to stand, the suspect appears to go after him a second time, sending the injured 47-year-old running for safety.