Thousands March Peacefully In New York City, But Many Ignore 8 p.m. CurfewOnce the curfew started, the NYPD was on the lookout for specific groups of younger people that have been taking away from the spirit of the Floyd protests.
Red Cross Volunteers Find Themselves Busier Than Ever During Coronavirus PandemicCheering on health care workers, handing out food, helping people stay afloat from a distance -- Red Cross volunteers aren't letting the pandemic slow them down.
Reports: Several Business Vandalized, Looted In Advance Of New York City's CurfewIt was another night of mayhem on the streets of the Big Apple.
Coronavirus Memoriam: Remembering NYU Basketball Coach Levester Thompson Jr. And WWII Air Force Veteran Charles BirchCBS2 remembers two Staten Island men who cared deeply about their communities and families.
1 Person Dead After Water Rescue In QueensThe NYPD says three men, all in their 20s, got caught in a rip current.
Coronavirus Memoriam: Beloved Grandmother Else Hess And Special Olympics Champ, Chef Kris RussoA looks back at the lives of a son and a grandmother who meant the world to their families and will never be forgotten.
Just Stay Home: Officials Asking New Yorkers To Avoid Public Transit This Memorial Day WeekendOfficials are prioritizing Long Island Rail Road service for essential workers and say if you are you not an essential worker, find alternate travel.
MTA Unveils New UV Light Technology To Kill Coronavirus On Subways And BusesThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority is using new technology it hopes will stop coronavirus in its tracks.
Protesters Gather Outside New Jersey Gyms, Demand All Business Be Allowed To ReopenThere were a pair of protests outside gyms in New Jersey on Monday, each demanding all small businesses be allowed to reopen immediately.
Brooklyn Youth Summer Soccer Camp Goes Virtual, Brings In Pro Athletes To Offer AdviceOne hundred kids and teens, ages 6-17, signed up for "ULTRAIN" the first week.
Man's Best Friend: Dogs Trained To Detect COVID-19 Coronavirus; 'They’re Sniffing For People That Are Carriers'Through scent, dogs have long been used to help detect diseases, like cancer and Parkinson's. Now researchers and their dogs are getting closer to detecting COVID-19.
Neither Snow Nor Rain Nor Coronavirus: Postal Carriers, Delivery Workers Feel Pride Completing Appointed RoundsThe USPS, UPS and FedEx are all reporting they're currently exceeding the number of packages usually seen around the holidays.
Coronavirus Memoriam: Remembering Milton Pena And Dominick Cosmai, Two Beloved Family PatriarchsCBS2's Natalie Duddridge remembers two dedicated family men, a father and a grandfather, both gone too soon.
Coronavirus Memoriam: Remembering Arthur Nelson and Idris Bey, Each Highly Respected In Their NYC CommunitiesReporter Natalie Duddridge remembers two men who impacted countless people in their communities, in different ways.
Creative Gift Ideas After Typical Mother's Day Celebrations Are KO'd By Coronavirus LockdownWith everyone stuck inside, the most popular thing family experts say moms want is simple: Some time alone.