Brooklyn Residents Rally To Save What's Left Of Grand Prospect Hall From DemolitionThe Grand Prospect Hall was built more than 120 year ago and now a group is fighting for its future.
Candlelight Vigil In Honor Of COVID-19 Victims Held In BrooklynAbout two dozen people gathered in Park Slope to mourn the lives lost and to show support to those who have lost a family member during the pandemic.
Butcher Fleishers Dealing With Controversy After Removal Of Black Lives Matter, LGTBQ Signs Prompt Workers To Walk Off JobIt's a butcher shop typically bustling with business, but instead the doors are closed at Fleishers' four locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Westport, Connecticut.
Brooklyn Intersection Renamed After Legendary New York City Journalist Pete HamillThe intersection of 7th Avenue and 12th Street in Park Slope is now known as "Pete Hamill Way."
Road To Reopening: Dance Parties, Watch Parties Feature Happy Crowds In New York City And BeyondIt was a fun start to the work week for music and sports fans. Several live events in the city returned to full capacity on Monday night.
String Thing Studio: A Place For Knitting And Healing In Park Slope"String Thing Studio is a yarn store but more than a yarn store," owner Felicia Eve told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Police: Burglars Smashing Into Pharmacies In Brooklyn And Queens, Stealing Cash, Prescription PillsAt least five mom-and-pop pharmacies have been broken into across the city. Police say tens of thousands of dollars worth of drugs have been stolen and it's not the work of a lone burglar.
Police Searching For Suspects Caught On Camera Breaking Into Mailboxes In BrooklynAccording to police, the two individuals forcibly opened the front door of the building using an unknown object, then used the same object to open mailboxes and took residents' mail.
Restaurant Owners Hoping New Yorkers Brave Bitter Blast To Dine OutdoorsNew York City restaurant owners are hoping the bitter blast eases up because outdoor dining is back on the menu.
Police Called To Brooklyn Polling Site After Reports Of Voter IntimidationPolice say the Trump supporter and another person were harassing each other.
NYC Board Of Elections Extends Early Voting Hours As Long Lines Continue To Form Outside Polling LocationsMost people who spoke to CBS2 were not angry but say the wait is annoying and could have been avoided with better planning.
NYPD: Man Caught In Crossfire Of Brooklyn Gun Battle Shot In HeadThe victim, 58, was believed to have been a bystander. He was taken to the hospital in stable condition.
COVID's Toll On The Elderly: Many Are Left Homebound And IsolatedThe coronavirus pandemic has taken a huge toll on the elderly, and not just those who suffered or died from COVID.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Entrepreneur Turns Great-Grandmother's Rum Drink Recipe Into Big Hit With Local RestaurantEntrepreneur Cynthia Sepulveda didn't let COVID-19 stop her from carrying on her family's famed coquito recipe and her business Flaco Coquito.
Suspect Caught On Camera Stealing From Park Slope Church's Collection Box, Diocese Of Brooklyn SaysA nun discovered the box was tampered with while she was sanitizing pews, the church said.