The Brooklyn District Attorney is opening up an investigation into allegations of excessive force used by NYPD officers. They're questioning some of the arrests of people accused of not social distancing; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Rising Gun Violence, Public Safety Threats Dominate First Democratic NYC Mayoral DebateThe rising gun violence and threat to public safety dominated the first New York City mayoral debate between the eight leading Democratic contenders Thursday; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the highlights.
New York Weather: CBS2 5/13 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for May 13 at 11 p.m.
CBS Sports Reporter AJ Ross Pushing For Bill Requiring Pet Groomers Be Licensed Following Dog's DeathHow did a trip to PetSmart become a death sentence for a 12-year-old poodle? The latest case highlights what animal advocates say is a growing problem over pet groomers not being licensed. The dog's owner shared her pain and her push for protection for pets with CBS2's Jessica Layton.
Message Of Hate Left Outside Brooklyn Islamic CenterPolice are looking for the vandals who spray-painted hateful messages outside an Islamic center in Brooklyn.
CDC Announces Updated Mask Guidance As Children Become Eligible For COVID VaccineFor the first time Thursday, we saw kids as young as 12 getting vaccinated, the same day the CDC announced if you're fully vaccinated, you can ditch the mask, most of the time; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Ferry Crashes While Trying To Dock In BrooklynA ferry crashed into a Brooklyn construction barge Thursday night.
Police Release Images Of Suspects In Unrelated Subway AttacksPolice have released images of two of the suspects in two separate subway attacks that took place Wednesday.
New York Weather: CBS2 5/13 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for May 13 at 6 p.m.
Metro-North Penn Station Access Project ResumesGov. Andrew Cuomo is allowing the Metro-North Penn Station Access Project to resume.
Mayor De Blasio Says He's Open To Requiring License Plates For BicyclesCyclists could one day need a license to ride around New York City. With more people using bike lanes and with cycling injuries on the rise, Mayor Bill de Blasio says he's open to the idea of license plates for bikes, but not everyone agrees; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Met Opera Contract Disputes Threaten Reopening This FallThe Metropolitan Opera is in a bitter contract fight with two of its biggest unions that could threaten a planned reopening in the fall.
Basic Agreement Reached To Avert Connecticut Nursing Homes StrikeConnecticut Gov. Ned Lamont says a basic agreement has been reached to avert a strike at more than two dozen nursing homes across the state.
Long Island Man Accused Of Forging COVID Vaccination CardsA former drug store clerk on Long Island is charged with stealing and forging COVID-19 vaccination cards, something health officials say is not only illegal but dangerous; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Parents Warned Of Dangers Of Children Swallowing Lithium BatteriesFrom key fobs to remote for toys, lithium batteries are everywhere in our homes, but many parents are not aware of just how dangerous they can be for children; Chris Martinez reports for CBS2.
An Update About CBS2's Maurice DuBoisYou have probably noticed that Maurice DuBois has not been on the air for a couple of weeks. We want to share with you that his mother, Ramona Ursula DuBois, passed away after battling illness since earlier this year.
Chlorine Tablet Shortage Drives Increase In PricesPool season is almost here, but it may be harder to dive right in this summer.
NYC Parks Department Tells Bronx Man To Stop Unsanctioned LandscapingA Bronx man used his pandemic downtime to clean up a remote section of a New York City park, clearing brush, installing benches and drawing up plans for big improvements. Some neighbors applaud his efforts, but the city Parks Department? Not so much; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Advocates Concerned About Migrating Birds Crashing Into Glass In NYCFlocks of birds migrating through New York City face the threat of colliding with glass skyscrapers, and now a popular tourist spot is becoming a new trouble spot; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Some Critics Want COVID Restrictions For In-Person Graduations EasedIn-person graduations are back, but some critics say the COVID safety rules go too far, and they want to drop capacity and testing requirements; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Gov. Cuomo Under Fire Over Remarks About Sexual HarassmentGov. Andrew Cuomo is under fire again over remarks he made Thursday during his news briefing about what constitutes sexual harassment.
Restaurants Struggling To Find Job ApplicantsNew York City restaurants are hiring. A career fair was held Thursday in Manhattan to help people looking for work. Economists say U.S. job growth is moving much slower than expected, and among all sectors, restaurants seem to be having the hardest time finding applicants; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Medications Now Available That Can Prevent AIDS, Turn Disease Into Treatable ConditionWhile there is still no cure for AIDS, treatment has dramatically changed the prognosis for the immune disease. For many with AIDS and HIV, a combination of drugs has turned the disease into a treatable, chronic condition, and there are now medications that can actually prevent AIDS; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Ice Cream Truck Goes Over Cliff In Fort LeeAn ice cream truck went over a cliff in Fort Lee on Thursday; Dan Rice reports from Chopper 2.
Investigators Credit Bulletproof Vest With Saving NYPD Officer's LifeAn NYPD officer shot in the line of duty is now recovering at home. Investigators credit his bulletproof vest with saving his life; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.