Caught On Video: Carmine's Hostess Attacked After Asking Tourists For Proof Of VaccinationThis is exactly what some restaurant owners feared when enforcement of the city's vaccine mandate took effect Monday.
Search For Suspects After Man Shot, Another Robbed While Dining Outside Philippe Restaurant On Upper East SidePolice said two men were dining at different tables in an outdoor dining structure when two suspects walked up with guns.
Court Rulings Halt Vaccine Mandates For NYC Teachers, NY Medical Workers; Gov. Hochul Mandates Masks At Child Care CentersMayor Bill de Blasio appeared unfazed that a Manhattan supreme court judge ruled to temporarily block the vaccine mandate for teachers, which requires staff to have at least one shot by Sept. 27 or face termination.
New York City Council Holds Hearing On Storm Preparedness After Ida's Death And DestructionMembers of three council committees will ask officials about plans to ensure the city is ready to handle such storms in the future.
Police: Wrong-Way Driver With Nearly 100 Infractions Kills Infant In Stroller; Community Calls For Reckless Driving CrackdownLeaders are calling on the city to crack down on reckless driving after an infant was hit & killed over the weekend.
COVID Impact: NYC Bracing For Return To In-Person Learning In Schools And First Day Of Vaccine Enforcement For BusinessesAs New York City public schools get set to re-open for in-person learning Monday, many parents still have questions surrounding health protocols.
Advocates Say Health Care Funding For 9/11 Survivors Could Run Out By 2025 Unless Congress Passes CorrectionTheir main focus is to fix a funding shortfall in the World Trade Center Health Program.
Bronx Unveils 2 New YMCA Facilities, Borough's First New Openings In 30 YearsIn a year filled with many hardships and closures, there was some welcome news Thursday. A new YMCA has officially opened in the Bronx, with the help of a former star basketball player.
Ida's Aftermath: Elected Officials Tour Paterson, Return To In-Person Learning Delayed In Some N.J. School DistrictsInternational High School on Grand Street in Paterson was supposed to welcome students and staff back on Wednesday, but it was instead turned into a shelter to house families affected by flooding.
Relief, Concern Arrive With Parents And Students On First Day Of In-Person Learning At Newark Schools Since March 2020There are a lot of new protocols in schools, like screenings and temperature checks, but most parents said they are just thankful their kids are fully back in buildings.
COVID-19 Update: CBS2 Gets In-Person Look At What NYC Public Schools Are Doing To Keep Students And Staff SafeCity students and staff are getting set to head back to class in two weeks. This has many parents and students wondering what school buildings are doing to prepare.
Restaurant, Bar And Gym Owners Begin Checking Proof Of Vaccination For Entry In NYCIt's the most aggressive step the city has taken yet to slow the spread of COVID and the Delta variant.
16 People Shot In Less Than 2 Hours Across NYC, Including 8 At Large Gathering In Bed-StuyPolice said about 150 people were gathered listening to music when two gunmen opened fire.
NYPD: 24-Year-Old Anthony Ali Shot Dead In Suspected Case Of Road Rage In QueensPolice say another driver crashed into the back of Ali's car, words were exchanged, then the suspect pulled out a gun and shot him.
Troubled By Gun Violence, Many In Harlem Neighborhood Want To See NYPD Bring Back Plainclothes OfficersThe 32nd Precinct in Harlem is leading the neighborhood in gun violence. Now, community leaders and business owners are calling for more police presence.