Advocated who fought for the 9/11 Victims' Compensation Fund are receiving the city's highest honor, the Bronze Medallion. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Coronavirus Update: Yankees Create $1.4M Distress Fund For Employees Impacted By VirusThe Yankees are among the pro sports teams pitching in against the coronavirus; CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
Max Minute: Could People Who Wear Contact Lenses Be More At Risk For Coronavirus?For the top questions people have been asking about the coronavirus, visit cbsnewyork.com/max, and go to facebook.com/cbsnewyork to submit your question.
New York Weather: CBS2 4/2 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for April 2 at 11 p.m.
Coronavirus Update: People Discarding Used Gloves, Masks In The Streets & On SidewalksPeople are tossing their gloves and masks wherever they want, and it's a mess that's causing concern; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Company Receives Approval To Test Immunotherapy TreatmentThe Food and Drug Administration has just given approval to a New Jersey company to use immunotherapy to treat adults with the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Pandemic Leads To Virus-Related Hate Crimes In NYCThe coronavirus pandemic across New York City may be behind a dramatic decrease in overall crime, but the NYPD says the outbreak has also led to new problems they're trying to fight, including coronavirus-related hate crimes; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Coronavirus Update: FDA Eases Restrictions On Gay Blood Donors Amid ShortageThe FDA says there's an urgent need for blood, so the agency is now easing restrictions on gay blood donors.
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Bill De Blasio Advises New Yorkers To Cover Mouths, Noses In PublicThe mayor now says we should cover up when we leave our homes. It's a striking reversal; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Coronavirus Update: NY Teacher, NJ Principal Die From COVID-19Sandra Santos-Vizcaino, a third grade teacher at PS 9 in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, and James Brown, principal of Grover Cleveland Middle School in Caldwell, New Jersey, have died.
Coronavirus Update: Javits Center Will Accept COVID-19 Patients As Hospitals Face Mounting PressureThursday, the president pushed forward a plan to open up more beds in the city, but health care workers still face mounting pressure; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Coronavirus Update: New Yorkers Practicing Self-Care While Finding Ways To Pass The Time At HomeAs the stay-at-home order continues, people are finding themselves with lots of extra time on their hands while inside; CBS2's Charlie Cooper has some creative ways to help pass the time.
Coronavirus Update: Professionals Step Up To Help Health Care Workers While College Seniors Face Tough DecisionsProfessional athletes and teams are stepping up to help health care workers fight the coronavirus, but the pandemic is also making for some tough decisions for college seniors; CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 4/2 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for April 2 at 6 p.m.
Coronavirus Update: New Jersey Red Cross Calling For More Blood DonorsWith schools and businesses closed, many blood drives have been canceled. That has the New Jersey Red Cross calling for more donors; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Coronavirus Update: LI Leaders Trying To Plan For Eventual Economic RecoveryOn Long Island, government leaders are grappling with the medical crisis, but at the same time, trying to plan for an eventual economic recovery; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
CBS2 Talks To Experts About How To Properly Sanitize, Clothes, Other ItemsWith the spread of coronavirus on everyone's mind, CBS2's Alice Gainer speaks to experts about ways to sanitize clothing and surfaces.
Coronavirus Update: Covid-19 Food Czar Kathryn Garcia Discusses Her ‘Biggest Concern’“My biggest concern is down the road. It’s just the level of need,” Garcia told CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez. “You know that you were going to have a lot of people who are ill with the virus, maybe not be critically ill but they will still be home. They will still be people we don’t want to be out in public. We need to make sure we’re getting food to them.”
Coronavirus Update: NYPD Threatening Action Against Members Of Hasidic Communities Ignoring Social DistancingThe NYPD is threatening to take enforcement action against various members of Brooklyn's Hasidic communities who have been openly ignoring social distancing orders.
Coronavirus Update: James O'Neill Returns To NYC As Supply CzarNew York City gets a new supply czar amid questions about how the millions of pieces of health and safety gear pouring into the five boroughs are being distributed; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Congregation At Center Of New Rochelle Outbreak Trying To Help OthersMany people at the center of the outbreak in Westchester County are determined to make a difference in the community. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Coronavirus Update: Javits Center Will Now Be Used To Help Treat COVID-19 PatientsPresident Donald Trump has approved Gov. Andrew Cuomo‘s request to use the Javits Center to care for COVID-19 patients.
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Bill De Blasio Urges New Yorkers To Cover Faces In PublicMayor Bill de Blasio now says all New Yorkers should cover their faces when they have to go out in public.
Coronavirus Numbers: April 2 At 5 P.M.In New York, there have been nearly 2,400 deaths.
Coronavirus Update: NYC EMS Council Changes Directives For Ambulance Crews Responding To Cardiac Arrest CallsMounting pressure on the hospital system has the city's EMS Council directing ambulance crews to change how they respond to cardiac arrest calls; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.