CBS2 reporter Hazel Sanchez and photographer Ed Jackson talk about their experience being on the scene of the 4-hour long search and firefight in Jersey City.
J&J Vaccine Headed Our WayThe first shipment of the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine could arrive in New York City as early as Tuesday. CBS2's John Dias has the latest.
New York Weather: Cold And WindyCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's Lonnie Quinn is calling for some seriously cold wind chills on Tuesday.
Reppin' NYC Is Now The Hottest Consumer Trend On The StreetsCBS2's Ali Bauman has more on the resurgence of Big Apple merchandise being sold during the pandemic.
CBS2 Speaks To Doctor Who Diagnosed First Positive COVID-19 Case In NYCMount Sinai Hospital's Dr. Angela Chen recounts what happened on March 1, 2020. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Construction Fence Collapses In Hamilton Heights, 1 InjuredCBS2's Maurice Dubois has the details.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: Vaccines And The Road AheadCBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has a look at the various vaccines and their efficacy as Americans hope and pray the shots will lead to life returning as normal sooner rather than later.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: What's Next For Long-Haulers?Some people are still dealing with long-term effects from coronavirus even though the virus has left their bodies. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: For A Time, America Had To Deal With No SportsCBS2's Otis Livingston has more on how fans and athletes adapted to being sidelined during the early part of the pandemic.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: Dealing With Food InsecurityAs CBS2's Vanessa Murdock explains, many people struggled to eat properly during the pandemic. Many food pantries and other charitable organizations stepped in to fill that void.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: Economic CrisisCBS2's Dave Carlin speaks to several area residents who were forced to reinvent themselves after losing their jobs or deciding to change careers as a result of the financial hardship caused by the virus.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: In MemoriamCBS2's Jessica Moore profiles one family's loss and how they struggle to move forward personally and with the family business in the Bronx.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: The New SchoolCBS2's Hazel Sanchez has more on how school districts and families all over the Tri-State Area continue to deal with remote learning as a result of the pandemic.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: Essential Workers Kept NYC, Tri-State Area In BusinessCBS2's Alice Gainer has more on the delivery workers and others who put their own health at risk to make sure you received services.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: Fighting On The Front LinesCBS2's Jenna DeAngelis profiles health care workers who worked tirelessly to save lives during the pandemic.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: Confusion And Chaos Reigned During Initial Months Of PandemicCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has a look at the virus' origin and how it spread around the world.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: NYC Was Once The Epicenter Of Virus Outbreak In U.S.CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas offers a glimpse of the pandemic's deadly impact on the five borough.
Protesters Call On New York Lawmakers To Approve New COVID Relief MeasuresThey're asking lawmakers to cancel rent, set aside funds for the unemployed and raise taxes on the wealthy as part of the state budget.
Connecticut Expands COVID Vaccine Eligibility To Ages 55+The first phase of Gov. Ned Lamont's expanded schedule based on age went into effect Monday, March 1.
Bronx Students Gifted Laptops For School, But Many Still In NeedSince the start of February, a foundation in the Bronx has been trying to make sure every student in the Bronx has a computer. But there's a long way to go. CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reports.
Teachers Included In Next Round Of Vaccine Eligibility In New JerseyThe list of people eligible for the COVID vaccine is growing in New Jersey. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
New York Weather: CBS2's 3/1 Monday Evening UpdateLonnie Quinn has the Tri-State Area's latest forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
Advocates Say Legalizing Marijuana Will Bring Help Communities Disproportionately Impacted By Prohibition in NJNew Jersey’s move to legalize marijuana isn’t just a revenue maker. It will also help communities disproportionately impacted by its prohibition. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Long Island Pays Tribute To Health Care Heroes, Lives Lost As Pandemic Reaches 1-Year MarkHealth care workers have been on the front lines of the pandemic. On Monday, they were honored for their efforts. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.