While stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, you may want to put that time to use by doing something that can help feed your family. Vegetable gardens can be started right now with cool weather crops, and you don’t need a backyard, CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.
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Reddit Post Sparks 'Crazy' Wave Of Donations To New Jersey CharityThe team at One Simple Wish has been working around the clock to keep up with the stream of donations coming in from Redditors. CBS2's Meg Baker reporst.
New York Weather: CBS2's 6/24 Thursday Evening UpdateLonnie Quinn has the Tri-State Area's latest forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
73-Year-Old Long Island Man Spends Weekends Picking Up TrashInstead of just rolling his eyes, Mel Silverman rolls up his sleeves every weekend and takes his loathing of litter to another level. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Man Lucky To Be Alive After Removal Of Baseball-Sized Aneurysm:75-year-old Charles Bennetti is lucky to be alive after surgery to remove a giant aneurysm from his heart. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Brooklyn Street Renamed In Honor Of Journalist Pete HamillHamill chronicled the city as a reporter and columnist. He served as editor for both The Daily News and New York Post.
Mayor Baraka Outlines 5-Year Plan To Stimulate Newark’s Post-Pandemic RecoveryThe latest plan to boost the economy in the city of Newark taps into millions of dollars from President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
New Jersey Lawmakers Approve $46.4 Billion BudgetThe budget does not create any new fees or taxes.
Brooklyn Residents Say Video Proves Sanitation Workers Issued False Tickets For Garbage On SidewalksThere’s a situation in Brooklyn that some homeowners say doesn’t smell right. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Cuomo Signs Gender Recognition Act Into LawThe bill allows New Yorkers to update their state IDs and birth certificates with a gender-neutral "X" designation.
Reward For Info In Maplewood Homicide Increased To $20,00018-year-old Moussa Fofana was found shot to death on June 6 near Underhill Field and Garfield Place in Maplewood, New Jersey.
Biden Announces Bipartisan Infrastructure DealA bipartisan group of senators was back at the White House on Thursday to brief Pres. Biden on the agreement.
FDNY Commissioner Announces New Leadership AppointmentsFDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro appointed new leaders to top spots in the department Thursday.
Rudy Giuliani's License To Practice Law In New York SuspendedThe former New York City mayor can no longer practice law in the state.
Eric Adams Says He’s ‘The Face Of The New Democratic Party,’ But Vote Count ContinuesNew York’s Democratic mayoral primary may still be up in the air, but Eric Adams is walking the walk and talking the talk. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Man Hospitalized After Hit-And-Run In BrooklynAccording to neighbors, speeding drivers have been a problem at the intersection for a while. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Mother Walking Baby Hit And Killed By Truck DriverPolice said the 18-month-old baby was in a stroller and is expected to be OK.
Brooklyn George Floyd Statue VandalizedThe NYPD is calling it a hate crime. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Dozens Missing After Florida Condo Building CollapseVideo shows the moment the 12-story oceanfront condo in Surfside, Florida suddenly collapsed. CBS2's Peter King reports.
Watch: Gov. Cuomo Signs Gender Recognition Act Into LawGov. Andrew Cuomo signed the Gender Recognition Act, which allows New Yorkers to identify their sex on state issued IDs as "X."
Mayor De Blasio's Daily COVID BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds daily briefing on COVID recovery as New York state of emergency comes to end.
New York Weather: Nice As It GetsCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
10th Anniversary Of New York's Marriage Equality ActGov. Andrew Cuomo will mark the 10th anniversary of marriage equality passing in Albany.
Warning For Unvaccinated New Yorkers As State Of Emergency EndsNew York's COVID state of emergency came to an end Thursday. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says it is time to start a new chapter, but some city leaders are cautioning those who are not vaccinated. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Caught On Video: Vandal Smashes OMNY Screens In SubwayA vandal is costing New York City commuters cash by smashing OMNY screens in the subway. Katie Johnston reports.