There are lots of ways to live large, and it's not just in a jaw-dropping home. Residents who live in these homes and estates have a lifestyle that may take them to places many of us will never see. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
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Schools: The New Normal | City Residents Migrating To East End Of Long Island In Search Of In-Person LearningOn the East End of Long Island, many school districts are scrambling to find extra space and teachers. It’s due to an influx of families from New York City, who are renting, buying or just staying beyond the summer season. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Lawmakers Unveil Legislation To Protect Federal JudgesNew legislation is aimed at protecting federal judges and their families. It comes less than three months after a federal judge was targeted in a violent home invasion in New Jersey. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Man Wounded In Bronx Car Dealership Shooting Relieved His Young Sons Were Not InjuredA father was with his three sons at a Bronx car dealership last week when a shooting happened. He was hit, but the children were not hurt. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Newark Launches Investment Fund To Support Black- And Latino-Owned BusinessesThe city of Newark is taking new steps to boost the local economy. It’s partnering with several groups to launch a $100 million investment fund to help Black and Latino business owners. CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon reports.
New Jersey Sees Uptick In Confirmed Coronavirus Cases, Communities Preparing For 2nd WaveNext week, people around Paterson will see a mobile testing unit driving around. One of its purposes is to diagnose asymptomatic people who may unknowingly transmit the virus CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reports.
Community Members Band Together To Help Business Owners Impacted By Devastating Floral Park FireThe day after a devastating fire ripped through a row of stores on Long Island, the neighborhood started coming together. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Pres. Trump Continues To Face Questions On His Tax ReturnsThe president also announced news about rapid COVID-19 tests. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Principals’ Union Votes ‘No Confidence’ In Mayor De Blasio’s Reopening Of New York City SchoolsAs the next wave of New York City public school children prepare for in-person learning this week, there’s a new standoff over safety. Now, the union representing principals is calling for a state takeover of city schools. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
3 Children In Critical Condition After Being Rescued From Bronx Apartment FireThose kids were found on the second floor sleeping. Officials said they were left alone and are now fighting for their lives at the hospital. CBS2’s Kevin Rincon reports.
Child Struck By Vehicle In Brooklyn, In Critical ConditionChopper 2 is over the scene in Bath Beach.
Mayor De Blasio Signs Coronavirus-Related Relief Bills Into LawMayor Bill de Blasio signed a handful of bills into law Monday, meant to help workers and businesses struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic.
New York Weather: CBS2's 9/28 Monday Afternoon UpdateElise Finch has the Tri-State Area's updated forecast on CBS2 News At Noon.
Newark Launching $100 Million Investment Fund For Black And Latino Business OwnersOfficials say the fund's objective is to close the gap by providing these business owners with a more level playing field.
New Survey Says Many Parents Plan To Skip Flu Shots For Children This YearHealth experts are emphasizing the importance of getting the flu vaccine during the coronavirus pandemic.
Judge Orders Trump Administration To Halt USPS Cuts Ahead Of 2020 ElectionThe ruling stemmed from a lawsuit filed by New York and other states.
New York Times Reports Pres. Trump's Tax Returns Show History Of Financial LossesPres. Trump is blasting a New York Times report that claims he paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017.
Police Search For Driver Involved In Harlem Hit-And-RunAuthorities say a man was struck and killed around 3 a.m. Monday on Malcom X Boulevard.
Children Trapped In Burning Apartment Rescued, In Critical ConditionThree children are in critical condition after a fire tore through a building in the Bronx. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Principals Union Votes ‘No Confidence’ In Mayor De Blasio’s Reopening Of New York City SchoolsAs the next wave of New York City public school children prepare for in-person learning this week, there’s a new standoff over safety. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Brooklyn, Queens Neighborhoods Reach Deadline To Lower COVID-19 Rates Or Face RestrictionsThe city says reopening rollbacks, including shutting down non-essential businesses, will be implemented Tuesday if the case numbers are not down by tonight.
New Jersey Sees Uptick In Confirmed Coronavirus Cases, Communities Preparing For Possible 2nd WaveSoon, people around Paterson will see a mobile testing unit driving around. It offers free COVID tests to anyone who wants one. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Children Rescued From Burning Apartment Building In BronxThree children are in critical condition after a fire tore through a building in the Bronx.
New Jersey Reports Uptick In COVID-19 CasesIn New Jersey, 712 new cases are being reported. It's the second day in a row more than 700 people tested positive for coronavirus in the Garden State.
Mayor De Blasio To Sign Coronavirus ProtectionsMayor Bill de Blasio will signs bills into law Monday -- many related to the coronavirus pandemic.