MTA Launches Coronavirus Screening Program For Front Line WorkersIn the initial phase, up to 2,000 employees will be tested for free at rotating field locations, including bus depots and train yards, and at health service centers.
Port Authority Of New York And New Jersey Will Fine Travelers Without Masks, Face CoveringsFace coverings are required at Port Authority facilities, including airport terminals, train stations and bus terminals.
New York City Council Considering Bill Requiring Shared Moped Companies To Implement More Safety PrecautionsThis summer, the ride-share company Revel shut down service for two weeks following the deaths of three riders, including CBS2 reporter Nina Kapur.
U.S. Treasury Department Refunds Nearly $4 Million To FDNY World Trade Center Health ProgramThe $3.92 million was being held because of debts owed by New York City.
COVID Pandemic Prompts Uptick In Lasik Surgery ProceduresToo many hours of screen time can dry out your contact lenses, and wearing glasses along with that all-important mask can lead to foggy specs. That's what led to a Lasik eye surgery comeback. 
NXIVM Leader Keith Raniere Sentenced To 120 Years In PrisonThe 60-year-old was convicted of multiple crimes including racketeering and sex trafficking last year. 
Construction Continues At Legoland New York With Park Planning 2021 OpeningThe park will eventually employ 1,000 people, a major post-pandemic economic boost.
Surveillance Video Shows 'Nothing Short Of Heroic' Actions Of Off-Duty NYPD Officer Maharaj, Who Intervened In Fatal Queens ShootingGunfire broke out inside a Queens convenience store Monday night. It happened right in front of an off-duty police officer, who jumped into action. 
SUNY To Require Negative COVID-19 Tests Before Students Can Travel For ThanksgivingThe new testing policy will apply to all students who are taking at least one class on campus, working on campus, or using on-campus services including the gymnasium, library or dining hall.
Mayor De Blasio Urges New Yorkers To Stay Home For The Holidays: 'We Have A Real Threat Of A Second Wave'The mayor asked people not bring COVID back to the city and to help prevent a spike in infections. 
Laura Curran Touts Progress Slowing Coronavirus Cases In Five Towns AreaShe says in Lawrence, over the last week, the number of positive cases has dropped 25%, and down 75% over the last three weeks.