It’s a New Year, and for some New Yorkers that means looking for a new home. Spring is when the real estate market traditionally heats up, but it’s never too early to start looking. President and CEO of Douglas Elliman NYC Steven James stops by CBSN New York to share his insight into the Manhattan market.
Paterson, NJ School District Gets Grant To Buy ChromebooksMore students in need will now have the technology needed for remote learning.
Cash Tolls Return At Lincoln Tunnel, GWB for 18 MonthsThe Port Authority says toll collectors will return while the latest all-electronic tolling tech is installed.
Teaneck, N.J. Names Street Corner For Dre Perrin, Barber Shop Owner Credited With Bringing Community Closer TogetherA New Jersey barber is being honored for bringing the Teaneck community closer together. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Bronx DA's Office Hosting Gun Buyback On SaturdayThe Bronx District Attorney's office and the New York Yankees are teaming up in a push to get weapons off the streets.
New York Weather: CBS2's 10/22 Thursday Evening UpdateLonnie Quinn has the Tri-State Area's latest forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
Good Samaritan Describes Rescuing Pilot In Helicopter Crash Off Long IslandA helicopter pilot was recovering Thursday following a harrowing emergency landing on Long Island. Luckily for him, a good Samaritan was there to help. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Queensboro Bridge Climber Streams Stunt On YouTubeTraffic was slowed to a crawl as NYPD emergency crews worked to get the person down.
Chaotic Scene Follows Shooting In Bedford-StuyvesantVideo shows NYPD officers chasing after a man moments after a shooting at a deli near Malcolm X Boulevard.
Federal Monitor Says There’s 3 Times More Lead Paint In NYCHA Buildings Than Previously ThoughtA big job is getting even bigger — removing the lead paint from New York City public housing. The federal monitor put in charge of the Housing Authority says more children are at risk of lead exposure than previously known. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Wedding Dress Made Of Silk From WWII Veteran's Parachute Represents Love Story For The AgesA 75-year-old wedding gown is now part of the Cradle Of Aviation Museum’s collection on Long Island. But, what’s so special about it? CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
No Santa Claus At Macy's Flagship NYC Store This YearMacy's canceled the holiday tradition that started almost 160 years ago because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Max Minute: Study Finds Ultrasound Can Improve Accuracy Of COVID-19 TestA fast and accurate diagnosis is critical in getting a COVID patient the right treatment, but many tests take time and some are plagued by false negative results. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez says there's a small device that can make test results much more accurate.
CBS Evening News Anchor Norah O'Donnell Previews Final Presidential DebateNorah O'Donnell discusses topics that could come up during the final debate between former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump.
Century-Old Movie Theater On Long Island Excited For Grand Reopening After Pandemic ShutdownMovie theaters in most of New York State can finally reopen Friday, with restrictions. For independent theaters, especially, this couldn’t come soon enough. CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reports.
Woman Attacked On Walking Trail In Port Jefferson StationInvestigators said once the victim was on the ground, the alleged attacker put his hand over her mouth and made sexual comments.
NYPD Searching For Prisoner Who Escaped Custody In HarlemThe prisoner, whose legs were shackled, was last seen wearing a white t-shirt and black pants.
NYC Announces Lawsuit Against Trump Administration For 'Anarchist Jurisdiction' DesignationNew York City has filed suit against the Trump administration to stop it from cutting billions in state aid, a move that was punishment for defunding the NYPD. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Mayor De Blasio Announces Plan To Support Young Students Dealing With Mental Health ProblemsThe mayor said 350 schools in 27 neighborhoods hit hard by the pandemic will receive support from mental health professionals.
Experts Tell CBS2 No One Immune From 2020's Unparalleled Anxiety2020 will be remembered as a year marred by the coronavirus pandemic – the death toll, the shutdowns and job losses – but, perhaps most of all, for anxiety and fear. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Campaign 2020: Early Voting Gets Underway In New York This WeekendThis is the first time New York is conducting early voting in a presidential election. It starts Saturday, but is the city ready? CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Thick Smoke Seen Coming From Midtown Manholes55th Street near Sixth Avenue was blocked off, with multiple fire trucks on the scene.
Campaign 2020: Trump, Biden Set For Final Presidential Debate With 12 Days Until Election DayTonight might be the last best opportunity for the president to make his closing argument to the American people. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Are New York City Students Falling Behind?Mayor de Blasio admitted many parents don't like their choices under his administration's plan: full-time remote learning or a blend of remote learning with some time in the classroom. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Coronavirus Surge Prompts Boonton, N.J. Schools To Go Virtual1,400 students in the Boonton district will learn from home until at least the end of January. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.