Thousands of Long Island residents were still without power Saturday morning, two days after severe weather moved through the area.
Police Replace Boy's Stolen BikePolice officers in Connecticut pitched in to buy a little boy a bike after his was stolen.
New York Weather: Fall Feeling Like SummerCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
Catholic Charities Distributes 1 Millionth MealThe organization handed out its one millionth meal to New Yorkers in need since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Tony Aiello has more.
Man Convicted Of Killing Cops Granted ParoleA man convicted of killing two NYPD officers in the 1970s has been granted parole.
NY DMV Outage ReportedThe New York State DMV experienced a systemwide outage Wednesday morning.
New York City Council To Vote On Outdoor Dining BillsCurbside dining could be a fixture on New York City streets, even in the winter. CBS2's Christina Fan has the story.
NYC To Furlough 9,000 WorkersMayor Bill de Blasio announced another round of furloughs for New York City employees on Wednesday.
NYC Health Official Sound Alarm About Coronavirus ClustersNew COVID-19 clusters are causing major concerns in New York City
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lies In Repose At Supreme CourtToday marks the start of three days of public remembrances to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
8-Year-Old Shot Inside Bronx Apartment BuildingAn 8-year-old was shot when someone stormed into her family's apartment and opened fire. CBS2's John Dias reports from the scene in the Bronx.
Mayor De Blasio Holds Daily Coronavirus BriefingNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio delivers his daily coronavirus briefing in New York City.
Breaking: Child Shot In Mott Haven ApartmentAn 8-year-old girl was shot in the stomach in mott haven the bronx
Car Smashes Into T-Mobile StoreChopper 2 is over breaking news in Chelsea.
Man Steals Battery From Revel ScooterPolice say thieves are now targeting Revel scooters for their parts.
Body Of Boy Who Fell Into Harlem River FoundA sad update to share - police have found the body of a 5-year-old boy who fell into the Harlem River over the weekend.
New Video Shows Bronx ShootingPolice are searching for a shooter caught on camera in the Bronx.
DOE Contact Tracers Hard At WorkMost of New York City's public school children who have signed up for in-person learning won't set foot in a classroom until next week, but the Department of Education is already reporting coronavirus cases in buildings. CBS2's John Dias has the details.
New York Weather: Wednesday Warm-UpCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
New York Weather: CBS2 9/22 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for September 22 at 11 p.m.
FBI Raids Ridgewood, NJ Home In Art Scam InvestigationFBI agents on Tuesday raided a house in Ridgewood, New Jersey, looking for clues in an alleged art scam.
Creative Artists Finding Ways To Perform While Fighting For Survival Amid ShutdownThousands of creative artists are fighting for their survival as the entertainment industry remains mostly shut down. Despite their struggles, some are reaching new heights with pop-up performances; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Founding Member Of The Four Seasons Tommy DeVito Has DiedA founding member of the legendary group The Four Seasons, Tommy DeVito, has died from the coronavirus.
House Passes Stopgap Funding Bill To Avoid Government ShutdownThe House on Tuesday passed a stopgap spesnding bill that will keep the government open through Dec. 11, averting the threat of a pre-election shutdown.
Gov. Cuomo: Poll Workers Won't Risk Unemployment BenefitsIn Campaign 2020, Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to make it easier for unemployed New Yorkers to become poll workers.