Treasure Hunting 'Scavengers' Reunite Woman With Engagement Ring She Lost In Ocean At Rockaway BeachThe Scavengers only asked for $40 to cover tolls and gas.
Teachers In Queens Feed The Families Of Their Students To Prevent 'Catastrophic' SituationCBS2's Vanessa Murdock spoke to the Queens educators who took it upon themselves to nourish more than their students’ minds.
Day Camps Open In New York, Several Challenges Remain In COVID-19 Era: 'We Are Still Trying To Bring That Camp Magic'Camps in New York and beyond are trying to adjust to hosting camp for kids in the era of COVID-19.
Young People In N.J. Bring 'Chalktivism' To Black Lives Matter MovementFeeling their community lacks awareness or discussion around racial inequality, a group of youngsters in Edgewater, NJ are using "chalktivism" to contribute to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Controversial Statue Of Theodore Roosevelt To Be Removed From Front Of American Museum Of Natural History; New Yorkers ReactMove the iconic statue of former New York Gov. and our 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt. That's the request from the American Museum of Natural History.
Vendors Counting The Minutes Until Street Fairs Are Allowed To Open In New York CityFairs and pop-up markets typically take over the streets of the Big Apple during the summer and vendors rely on the sales for financial success.
Jersey City Aims To Promote Healthy Eating With Vertical GardensA new initiative in Jersey City, N.J. is trying to sow the seeds of good health. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports the city's vertical farming program is the first of its kind in the U.S.
Religious Leaders Using This Moment In History To Heal, Teach CongregantsCBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports on the messages faith leaders are sending to their congregations today, as pleas to end racial injustice still ring around the world.
People Of All Faiths Gather To Lift Spirits In East Orange, NJPeople of all faiths came together to pray in the parking lot of East Orange Campus High School on Wednesday.
'We Did This For Dignity, Equality And Visibility': Lyndhurst Celebrates Pride Month With Flag Raising CeremonyLyndhurst, New Jersey kicked off Pride Month by celebrating with the town's second annual flag raising.
New Jersey Farms Get Creative To Meet Demand For Fresh Fruits, VegetablesOne farmer says customers have been calling for weeks, waiting to roam the strawberry fields and find the perfect pick.
Long Island Small Business Owners Cannot Wait To Resume Limited Retail WednesdayPhase 1 of re-opening starts Wednesday, meaning retailers can offer in-store or curbside pick up
Regulars Flock To Jersey Shore For Memorial Day Tradition, But 'It Definitely Feels Different'This holiday, many continued their tradition of going to the Jersey Shore. But with the coronavirus pandemic, it's hardly business as usual for merchants along the boardwalk.
Health Expert Warns Against Expanding 'Corona Bubbles,' Says It's Too Soon To Stop Social Distancing And Hang Out With FriendsWait for word from health officials because if we don't and we move too quickly, we might have to do all of this all over again.
City Harvest Helping Hungry New Yorkers Get Food During COVID-19 Crisis; 'This Is A Life-Saver'New Yorkers need more help now than ever getting their hands on healthy eats.