The NYPD says 125 people have been arrested in relation to the coronavirus pandemic since the lockdown began in mid-March, not including social distancing violations.
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Child Missing In New York CityThe NYPD is searching for a toddler who went missing at around 7:30 a.m. from Fort Greene, Brooklyn. She's named Alayah and is 2 years old.
New York Weather: Friday Aug. 2 Afternoon CBS2 Weather HeadlinesCBS2's John Elliott has a look at the forecast.
Heartwarming Reunion At Blythedale Children's HospitalThe coronavirus has forced hospitals to ban visitors. That's created a terrible situation for some parents, who have not been allowed to see their sick children face to face. Vladimir Duthiers has the story of one heartwarming reunion at a hospital in Westchester.
Police: Man Accused Of Stabbing Woman In Back At Upper West Side Subway StationPolice are searching for a man accused of randomly stabbing a woman in the back at a subway station on the Upper West Side. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Employers Slowed Hiring In July As Coronavirus Spread In U.S.Hiring slowed in July as coronavirus spread throughout many parts of the country, government figures indicate. Michael George reports.
Upper Manhattan Goes Dark Overnight; Con Ed Says Outage Unrelated To StormNew York City lights can often be seen from miles away, but for 30 minutes Friday morning, nearly half of Manhattan went dark. CBS2's John DIas reports.
New York Schools Allowed To Reopen For In-Person Classes This Fall, Gov. Cuomo SaysGov. Andrew Cuomo says schools statewide can reopen for some in-person classes this fall. He cited the state’s continued success fighting back the coronavirus pandemic.
NYC Parents Face Remote Learning Decision DeadlineGov. Andrew Cuomo announced that children will be allowed to return to classrooms statewide this fall. The announcement comes on the day of a crucial deadline for parents in New York City. CBS2's Andrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Holds Daily BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio discussed power outages, school reopenings, whether or not he'll own a car in the future and more during his daily briefing.
Early Morning Power Outages Hit Parts Of ManhattanParts of Manhattan suddenly lost power overnight. Con Ed says it is investigating and most service has been restored.
Some Metro-North Service RestoredMetro-North service will resume today on several lines that were impacted by Tropical Storm Isaias.
Suspect Wanted In Subway Station StabbingPolice are searching for a man accused of stabbing a woman at a subway station on the Upper West Side.
Man Suspected In Multiple Taxi RobberiesPolice say a man seen on video pulling a gun on a taxi driver has robbed at least six others.
3 Shot Overnight In Flatbush, BrooklynThree people were shot overnight in Flatbush, Brooklyn, including an 18-year-old who is in critical condition.
Hundreds Of Thousands Still Without Power In New JerseyPower is still out for hundreds of thousands of customers throughout the area, including nearly 300,000 in New Jersey. CBS2's John Dias has more.
Parts Of Manhattan Lose Power OvernightParts of Manhattan went dark within the past few hours. More than 600 customers on the Upper East Side and more than 500 in Harlem didn't have electricity.
Power Outages Reported In Parts Of ManhattanMore than 1,000 Con Ed customers woke up in the dark Friday morning. Outages were reported on the Upper West Side and Upper East Side, though some service has been restored. Subway service was disrupted.
New York Weather: Stormy FridayCBS2's John Elliott has the latest weather forecast.
Coronavirus 'Long Haulers' Still Suffering From Lingering Effects Weeks Or Months After DiagnosisA growing number of coronavirus survivors have found themselves in a battle that seemingly has no end; CBS2's Cory James reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 8/6 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for August 6 at 11 p.m.
President Trump Issues Executive Order On TikTokPresident Donald Trump issued an executive order Thursday against the social media app TikTok.
New Jersey Residents Getting Few Answers About When Power Will Return After Tropical Storm IsaiasResidents in New Jersey say they're getting few answers about when their power will be restored; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Con Edison Bringing In Out-Of-State Crews As Hundreds Of Thousands Remain Without PowerMany in Westchester County were still without power Thursday night as Con Edison says hundreds of out-of-state crews are on the way to help restore service; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Police: 84-Year-Old Man Injured In Queens RobberyPolice are trying to identify an individual wanted for questioning in connection to a Queens robbery that left a man injured. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)