Sen. Chuck Schumer Continues Call For $10 Billion Federal Stimulus To Support Theaters Hurt By PandemicBroadway shows closed March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The shutdown is expected to last through January 3.
New York City Officials Launch Campaign Pushing Staycations In Normally Packed Tourist Spots Like Times SquareWith the economy in the dumps and recovery a long way off, New York tourism officials launched a campaign to get people from the Tri-State Area to take vacations right here in Gotham City.
Local Artists Rally In Times Square For Coronavirus Relief From Congress: 'It's Just Not Enough'The group says the arts community is a big part of the American economy and without it, the country will struggle to recover.
Activists Call For Manhattan DA To Charge Driver Who Plowed Through Black Lives Matter Protesters In Times SquareSources tell CBS2 the driver surrendered to police Friday and was questioned but was released without charges.
Police Sources: Person Seen Driving Into Black Lives Matter Protesters In Times Square Questioned, Released Without ChargesCellphone video captured a black car with tinted windows driving through the crowd before speeding off.
WATCH: Vehicle Drives Through Crowd Of Black Lives Matter Protesters In Times Square, Speeds OffPolice say one officer told a pro-Trump demonstrator to leave in his car, taking a specific route. Police say the demonstrator instead drove through the Black Lives Matter march.
Nonprofit Provides Hot Meals For Those In Need In Times SquareThe organization holds this event in Times Square every Saturday and says it will continue as long as needed.
Brother Of George Floyd Among Those Who Marched From Times Square To Trump Tower Protesting Police Brutality, DiscriminationProponents of peaceful protests likes this one cried out the name of the man who sparked a movement.
Woman Suspected Of Violently Robbing 73-Year-Old In Times SquarePolice said the suspect pushed the victim to the ground and hit her multiple times before stealing her fanny pack.
Times Square Vendors Struggling To Make Ends Meet Without Typical Summer CrowdsSummertime is usually prime time for businesses in Times Square, with tourists flooding one of the world's most popular destinations. But, not this year.
Hundreds March Through Midtown For Protest Over George Floyd's Death, Demonstrations Turn More Tense In BrooklynThe protests Sunday were mostly absent of the fires, vandalism and looting that occurred on previous nights.
Coronavirus Update: 'People Like This Are Angels' -- New Yorker Hands Out Food To The HomelessAs millions of New Yorkers stay at home to help stop the spread of coronavirus, volunteers are still not giving up on their mission to help the most vulnerable among us.
Coronavirus Update: Optimism Reigns In Hotel Industry As Some In NYC Start Booking Rooms For SummerThe light at the end of this isolating tunnel may be more visible than you think.
Couples Celebrate Valentine's Day With Weddings, Proposals And Vow Renewals In Times SquareThe Crossroads of the World is hosting a day of weddings and proposals.
Instagram Selfie Alert: Heart Mirror Sculpture Debuts In Times Square Ahead Of Valentine's DayAn 800-pound heart sculpture was revealed Thursday morning about two weeks ahead of Valentine's Day.