CBS2's Vanessa Murdock speaks with a model who beat breast cancer twice and is spreading awareness about getting screened and reconstructive surgery.
LI High School Coaching Legend's Final Season Cut Short By PandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic put a premature halt to the final season of a Long Island high school coaching legend; CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
Jets, Giants Finalizing Plans To Reopen Training FacilitiesTwo days after New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo came out in favor of pro sports teams in the state reopening their facilities and returning to training, Gov. Phil Murphy did the same for New Jersey; CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
African-American Man Who Filmed White Woman Falsely Calling Police On Him Speaks Out About Central Park IncidentThe white woman caught on camera falsely calling the police on an African-American man in Central Park has lost her job and more. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis spoke with the man who recorded the video.
Brooklyn Grocery Store Clerk In Custody After Allegedly Shooting, Killing CustomerA Brooklyn grocery store clerk is in custody after police say he shot a customer who was holding a knife; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
13-Year-Old Performer Joshua Turchin Launches Online Show Amid Broadway ShutdownBroadway and off-Broadway theaters may be dark, but that's not keeping one teenager from following his dreams. He's showcasing his talents online and raising money for the entertainment community; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 5/26 Evening Forecast at 5PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for May 26 at 5 p.m.
Watch: Black Man Targeted By White Woman's Claims Of Threats In Central Park Speaks OutA video has gone viral and a woman has been fired from her job at a mutual fund firm after a confrontation in Central Park in which a black man asked her to follow the rules and keep her dog on a leash — to which she phoned police and reported he was threatening her life. Chris Cooper talked with CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis.
Summer Camps Face Difficult Decision Regarding Opening This YearMore and more camps are making difficult decisions about whether to open for the summer season. Until there is firm guidance from the states, it's up to the camps to decide; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Online Social Media Campaign Aims To Raise Awareness About Hate Against Asian-AmericansMay is Asian- and Pacific-American Heritage Month. It takes on even more meaning with the increase in reported attacks and racist incidents against Asian Americans; Nancy Chen reports for CBS2.
Max Minute: Do I Need To Disinfect Surfaces In My Home To Protect Against The Coronavirus?The coronavirus has many concerned about keeping their home clean, but how often do you need to disinfect those counters, or even your mail? CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Remembering Gene Chin And Dr. Jean Lau ChinWe continue to honor the people we have lost in the coronavirus pandemic. Tonight, CBS2's Cindy Hsu shares the story of a couple from Westbury, Long Island, whose loss is being felt around the world.
Experts Explain How Remote Learning Can Work For Long-Term EducationOnline learning will soon wrap up for this school year and many are wondering how the future of education will look; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Diocese Of Brooklyn Churches Reopen For Private PrayerThe Diocese of Brooklyn reopened its churches Tuesday.
Protesters Call For Federal Probe Into New York State Nursing Home Coronavirus DeathsFamilies want federal action after COVID-19 positive victims were placed in nursing homes; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Feds Give Amtrak $55M To Help Replace New Jersey's Portal BridgeAmtrak is getting $55 million in federal funds to help replace the unreliable Portal North Rail Bridge in Kearny, New Jersey.
Police Searching For UConn Student Suspected In 2 MurdersPennsylvania is now the focus of the search for a University of Connecticut student suspected of killing two people.
Mother, Grandmother Found Fatally Shot In Rockland County HomeA double murder investigation is unfolding in Rockland County. Police found an infant in the home where her mother and grandmother were shot dead; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Local Business Owners Worry Some Might Not Reopen As NYC Shutdown Drags OnAs California allows retail stores to reopen, some shops in the tri-state area say they'll reopen with or without permission; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Mayor De Blasio Announces New COVID-19 Testing Ad CampaignMayor Bill de Blasio has announced a new ad campaign to promote testing for COVID-19.
Long Island Preparing To Start Phase 1 Of Reopening On WednesdayLong Island is preparing for its big day on Wednesday. The region has reached the seven required benchmarks needed for reopening the economy; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
23 Cases Of Pediatric Inflammatory Disease Reported In New JerseyNew Jersey health officials are warning parents to monitor their children for an inflammatory disease related to COVID-19.
New Jersey Schools Allowed To Hold Graduation CeremoniesGov. Phil Murphy says graduations in New Jersey are on for this summer, as long as they follow certain rules; CBS2's Cory James reports.
A Look At New York Sites Closed This Summer, And Which Still Plan To OpenMore and more camps are making difficult decisions about whether or not to open for the summer season. Until there is firm guidance from the states, it is up to the camps to decide, CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Gov. Cuomo's Daily Coronavirus Briefing: May 26, 2020The governor offered the latest update on the data and New York's continuing efforts to reopen the economy.