New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont have coordinated state orders on closing business and following the same rules for COVID-19 coronavirus containment.
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Officials Discuss Shooting Of 2 NYPD Officers In QueensMayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner Dermot Shea held a news conference to discuss the shooting of two police officers in Queens.
Chopper 2 Over Scene Of Police-Involved ShootingTwo NYPD officers are wounded after being shot in Queens. Police say the suspect was also shot. Chopper 2 is over the scene.
2 NYPD Officers Shot In QueensPolice say two NYPD officers were shot Tuesday in Queens, and the suspect was also shot.
Gov. Cuomo Gives Update On COVID In NYCGov. Cuomo gives another update on state's coronavirus response in New York City.
New York Weather: Look Ahead To Holiday ForecastCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
GRAMMY Award Nominees AnnouncedGRAMMY Award nominations were announced Tuesday.
Timothy Cardinal Dolan Helps Hand Out Thanksgiving TurkeysTimothy Cardinal Dolan handed out free turkeys Tuesday to help families in need have a happy Thanksgiving.
Bronx Produce Market Sees Busiest Day Of SeasonHunts Point Terminal Market in the Bronx is the world's largest wholesale produce market, delivering items to every state except Hawaii. With Thanksgiving just days away, Tuesday is the market's busiest day of the year. CBS2's John Dias has the story.
Biden Certified Winner In PennsylvaniaThe announcement comes a day after the Trump administration allowed the formal transition process to begin. CBS News' Natalie Brand reports.
Staten Island Reopens COVID Field HospitalCOVID-19 cases are on the rise across New York, and hospitalizations are soaring. Now, an emergency field hospital on Staten Island not used since the peak of the pandemic is reopening. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the latest.
Remembering Former Mayor David M. DinkinsToday we honor a man who broke barriers and left a lasting mark on New York City. Mayor David Dinkins died of natural causes Monday at his home on the Upper East Side at the age of 93. CBS2's Marcia Kramer takes a look back on the accomplishments he made during his four years leading the city.
Fire On Upper West SideFirefighters responded to a five-story apartment building Tuesday on the Upper West Side.
Gov. Cuomo On Thanksgiving SafetyGov. Cuomo shares latest on state's coronavirus response and hands out turkeys on Long Island.
Jeffrey Reynolds On Helping Seniors Feel Less Alone During The HolidaysJeffrey Reynolds is the CEO of Family and Children's Association. He offers up many points about how to make seniors feel less alone during Thanksgiving and the holidays.
Mayor De Blasio Remembers Mentor David DinkinsMayor de Blasio remembers former mayor and mentor David M. Dinkins, who died Monday at 93.
Commuter Alert: NJ Transit DerailmentService is suspended on New Jersey Transit's North Jersey Coast Line due to a derailment.
Bronx Food Market's Busiest Day Ahead Of ThanksgivingWith Thanksgiving this Thursday, food markets are going to be very busy this week. That includes a place where many food stores get their food -- the giant Hunts Point Terminal Market in the Bronx. But as CBS2's John Dias reports, the pandemic is changing things up a bit this year.
Former NYC Mayor David Dinkins DiesNew York City's first Black mayor broke barriers and left a mark on the city that will be left for generations to come. CBS2's Marcia Kramer has a look back on his life and legacy.
New York Weather: Sunny But ChillyCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
New York Weather: Thanksgiving Forecast Not Looking Too PromisingCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your 11 p.m. and holiday forecast.
Health Experts: Negative Test For Travelers Is Not FoolproofThey warn that just because you test negative for COVID-19 it doesn't mean symptoms won't show up later. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
Man Pushed Onto Subway Tracks In Brooklyn Speaks To CBS2In the exclusive interview with CBS2's Christina Fan, he relived the harrowing ordeal, but also asked for empathy for people with mental illness.
GSA Finally Signs Off On Biden TransitionThe news came on the same day the president-elect announced some of his cabinet picks. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports
A Massive Fine Coming For A Secret WeddingMayor Bill de Blasio said Monday night a Brooklyn synagogue that held the event will have to pay a $15,000 fine. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports