An NBA player has tested positive for coronavirus infection, prompting the league to announce it was suspending the rest of the basketball season after Wednesday night’s games. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
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New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's John Elliott has your forecast.
Rabbi Wounded In Monsey Synagogue Attack DiesJosef Neumann, who was gravely injured in the machete attack back on Dec. 28, has succumbed to his injuries, CBS2 has confirmed. Dana Tyler reports
Trump: Social Distancing Guidelines Extended To April 30President Donald Trump has abandoned his plan to reopen the country by Easter, saying Sunday that strict social distancing guidelines in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak will continue through April. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
USNS Comfort To Arrive Monday, Field Hospital Coming To Central ParkAs New York City continues to battle the coronavirus outbreak, the USNS Comfort medical ship is set to arrive in NY Harbor on Monday. Also, a field hospital is being set up in Central Park. CBS2's Christina Fan reports
Former Knicks Star Marbury Working To Get NYC N95 MasksStephon Marbury is using his clout in China to try to secure millions of coveted N95 masks for New York City first responders battling the coronavirus outbreak. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports
Suffolk County Leaders Thank First RespondersSuffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, the county police commissioner, and others showed up Sunday at the Stony Brook coronavirus testing site to thank first responders with a meal.
New York Weather: 6:30 p.m. ForecastCBS2's John Elliott has your Sunday evening forecast.
Olympic Athletes Take Tokyo Postponement In Stride, Prepare For 2021The postponement of the Tokyo Summer Olympics comes as a great disappointment to many. CBS2's Christina Fan talks to some local athletes who will have to wait longer to compete.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors: Man Gives Out Food To The HomelessVolunteers are not giving up helping those who are hurting due to the coronavirus outbreak. CBS2's Dave Carlin met one such man and his helpers on Sunday in Times Square.
So What Happens To Tenants That Soon Have To Pay Rent?People who are out of work due to the coronavirus outbreak are worrying about how they are going to pay their rent. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge speaks to experts about what you can do to alleviate the worry.
Trump: Coronavirus Rapid Tests On The WayPresident Trump says the long wait for coronavirus test results could come to an end soon, thanks to a company creating rapid tests that would cut down wait times considerably. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
FDNY Mechanic Loses Battle With CoronavirusA 55-year-old FDNY mechanic has died following a bout with coronavirus. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
Mayor: Fines Coming For Failure To Social DistanceOn a day when leaders from around the Tri-State Area were providing updates on the measures being taken to slow the spread of coronavirus, Mayor Bill de Blasio said fines of up to $500 will be handed out to those not practicing social distancing. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Gives Coronavirus UpdateGov. Andrew Cuomo held a briefing to discuss the state's coronavirus response.
Travel Advisory Issued For Tri-State AreaPresident Donald Trump backed off his idea of a quarantine for the Tri-State Area, but the CDC issued a new travel advisory. CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports.
Knicks Owner James Dolan Tests Positive For CoronavirusKnicks owner James Dolan has tested positive and is quarantined at home.
New York City Weather: 3/29 CBS2 Weather HeadlinesJohn Elliott has a look at the forecast.
Bronx High School Senior Has Sights Set On MLB DraftNew York isn't known for high school baseball, but one player in the Bronx could be a first-round pick if all goes right; CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Coronavirus Update: Virtual Attractions Offer Glimpses Inside Museums, Zoos & MoreWhile you may not be able to visit some of the country's most famous public attractions right now, that doesn't mean you can't enjoy a different type of experience at home; Bofta Yiman reports for CBS2.
Coronavirus Update: New Yorkers Participate In 'Clap Because We Care'Cheers could be heard across New York City for the second night in a row Saturday. It's part of the #ClapBecauseWeCare trend. Residents are showing their support for health care workers on the frontlines in the coronavirus battle.
New York Weather: CBS2 3/28 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for March 28 at 11 p.m.
Coronavirus Update: MTA CEO Pat Foye Tests Positive For COVID-19The MTA says its chairman and CEO Pat Foye has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: NYPD Det. Cedric Dixon Dies From COVID-19 IllnessNew York's finest are remembering one of their own. A detective has fallen victim to the coronavirus, a first for the NYPD; CBS2's Scott Rapoport reports.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Police Break Up Party For Violating Social DistancingNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy isn't holding back on shaming those who don't take the state's lockdown order seriously. Police broke up a party Friday night in Mercer County.