Staten Island Nurse Who Lost Mother To Pandemic Recovers From COVID-19CBS2 is continuing to share the stories of people who bravely fought and beat COVID-19. Natalie Duddridge met a Staten Island nurse who lost her mother to the coronavirus, while she was battling it herself.
Afternoon Protests Over George Floyd's Death Bring Out Hundreds In Queens, Staten IslandPoliticians who were present at the rallies say more steps will be taken to change laws.
'Let The People Decide': New York City Business Owners Defy State Orders, Reopen EarlyThe mayor expects Phase 1 of reopening to begin in the city in the next few weeks, but that doesn't include entering stores or salons.
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.
5 Treated After Staten Island Boat FireIt happened at around 8:30 a.m. in Great Kills Bay.
Beloved In Her Neighborhood, 56-Year-Old Disabled Woman Found Dead In Staten Island HomeA Staten Island community is heartbroken over the sudden loss of a beloved neighbor.
Workers, Business Owners On Staten Island Hold 'Back To Work' RallyIt took place outside the former Staten Island Department of Motor Vehicles site in Travis.
Coronavirus Memoriam: Sharon Nearby And Lunisol Guzman Each Changed Countless LivesMeet two women who held a driving passion for helping all of their children.
NYPD: 2 Dead In Apparent Home Invasion On Staten IslandThere was a deadly apparent home invasion on Staten Island on Monday, as a man and a woman were killed and another woman was critically hurt, police said.
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.
27-Year-Old Kayaker Missing Off Staten IslandPolice say Johnathan Derbyshire was last seen around 3 p.m. Saturday in Raritan Bay.