September Job Growth Drops From Summer Months, Sectors Suffering From Pandemic Slowdown Hit HardThe economy regained about half of the 22 million jobs lost during the early shutdown months of the pandemic with the unemployment rate falling from 8.4% to 7.9%, but troubling trends persist.
Ex-Con Arrested After Running From Traffic Stop, Firing Shots In Downtown YonkersThe suspect was pulled over for a routine traffic stop at Riverdale and Hudson. He jumped out of his car and took off on foot, with a gun in his hand.
Schools: The New Normal | Yonkers Teachers, Students Embracing Remote LearningIt's an unprecedented start to the school year in Yonkers, the fourth largest district in New York.
Schools: The New Normal | Broadband Issues In New Rochelle Mean Teachers Will Be Working From HomeWith the new normal for schools set to begin soon, New York's seventh largest city is dealing with a broadband bust.
Gov. Cuomo Says It's Too Soon To Announce Plans For Indoor Dining In NYC As Restaurant Owners Continue To Struggle"We have much, a much bigger problem in New York City today than any of the surrounding suburbs with the lack of compliance," Cuomo said.
Police Reform Is Well Underway In Westchester County CitiesThe future of policing in New York state will take shape between now and next April.
Tropical Storm Isaias Brings Down Trees, Scaffolding & Transformers In Westchester CountyWestchester County also saw its share of serious damage from Tropical Storm Isaias.
20 Teams Participate In Yonkers Softball Tournament Honoring Victim Of Gun ViolenceThey played in memory of 23-year-old Michael Nolan, who was a standout high school athlete killed in a drive-by shooting in 2015.
Yonkers Police Seize About $3,500 Worth Of Illegal Fireworks In 2 InvestigationsThe number of complaints of illegal firework activity have gone up in Yonkers, and police are cracking down.
Coronavirus Precautions Remain In Place As New York City Officially Ushers In SummerSome New Yorkers told CBS2 they're going to make these summer months all about friends, family, fitness and faith that things are getting better.
Westchester County Residents Adjust To New Normal As Region Enters Phase 2 Of ReopeningThe street scene in Westchester cities and villages grows livelier by the day.