NYCFC CEO Brad Sims addressed the return to action on July 8 and also how NYCFC supports Black Lives Matter in an interview with CBS2's Steve Overmyer.
Health Care Workers Return To Newark Vaccination Center For 2nd DoseNew Jersey health care workers were grateful to be back for their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as the state and country deal with a shortage. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Police Investigating After Man Found Dead In Brooklyn ApartmentA home health aide found a man dead, tied up, in his Brooklyn apartment Friday; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 1/22 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for January 22 at 11 p.m.
NYC Businesses Get Creative To Stay AfloatBusinesses across New York City are getting creative to stay afloat, offering new and different experiences for customers; CBS2's Cory James reports.
SI Bar Owner To Face Minor Alcohol Violation ChargesA Staten Island bar owner who fought COVID restrictions will not face charges for hitting a sheriff's deputy with his SUV.
Date Set For Donald Trump's Impeachment TrialFormer President Donald Trump has a date with an impeachment trial. This comes as President Joe Biden lays out new plans to help Americans suffering economically; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Winning Mega Millions Numbers: Jan. 22, 2021The winning numbers in the $1 billion Mega Millions jackpot have been drawn.
Higher Risk High School Sports Allowed To Resume In New York State Starting Feb. 1Student athletes who take part in higher risk sports in New York state have learned they'll soon be able to practice again, but there are still worries over how the virus itself is changing as vaccine supplies are stretched thin; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Fanalysis: NFC & AFC Championships With Jared SmithCBSN New York's Steve Overmyer looks at the NFC and AFC championships with sports investment analyst Jared Smith, of SportsGrid, in the latest edition of Fanalysis.
Fanalysis: NFC & AFC Championships With Geoff SheasbyCBSN New York's Steve Overmyer looks at the NFC and AFC championships with sports handicapper Geoff Sheasby in the latest edition of Fanalysis.
COVID In New Jersey: Careful Planning Has Helped Essex County Vaccination Site Become Highly EfficientEssex County, home to Newark, New Jersey's largest city, has been the hardest hit county by the coronavirus pandemic, with the highest number of positive cases and deaths. Leaders there are working hard to get vaccines out quickly, setting an example for others; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
New Jersey Launches State Plan To Address State's Maternal Mortality RateNew Jersey ranks 47th in the nation for maternal mortality, and now, the state's first lady is teaming up with others to change that; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Washington Heights Home With Underground Railroad Connection Faces Potential Demolition; Residents Want It LandmarkedPeople living in an Upper Manhattan neighborhood say they are fighting to preserve history. They want landmark status for a house with a connection to the Underground Railroad; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Serial Killer Suspect Kevin Gavin Allegedly Confesses, Faces Judge Following Arrest For Murders At Brooklyn NYCHA BuildingThe man accused of killing three women at a NYCHA senior housing development allegedly confessed to the crimes; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 1/22 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for January 22 at 6 p.m.
Couple Helps Rescue Dog From Jamaica BayA puppy was rescued from the freezing waters of Jamaica Bay on Wednesday.
Police Searching For Robbers In Bronx Home InvasionPolice are still looking for three robbers who posed as Amazon delivery workers and pulled off a terrifying home invasion in the Bronx.
Columbia University Students Vow To Ramp Up Tuition StrikesSome Columbia University students vow to ramp up a tuition strikes. Friday was the deadline for the university to respond to their demands for payments to be reduced by 10%, but that did not happen; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Patients Scrambling To Find New Health Care Providers Amid UnitedHealthcare, Montefiore DisputesFive members of Congress from New York are pushing UnitedHealthcare to resolve contract negotiations with Montefiore's hospital system. The dispute left 60,000 patients with the burden of finding new health care providers in the middle of a pandemic; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
California Student's Emotional Reaction To Harvard Acceptance Gains National AttentionA California student got national attention for her emotional reaction when she found out she got into Harvard; Lilia Luciano reports for CBS2.
NYPD Scales Back Presence At Trump Tower In MidtownFormer President Donald Trump is now a resident of Florida, so the NYPD has scaled back its presence at the Fifth Avenue tower that bears his name. After more than four years of tight security and frequent protests, it's a relief for many in Midtown; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Does The COVID Vaccine Keep You From Spreading The Virus To Others? Why Not Prioritize Young People?Many people are concerned over whether New York and surrounding areas have enough vaccine to meet demand. There are also questions over who should get priority for vaccines and can they keep you from transmitting COVID to others. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has those answers.
Nassau County Taxpayers Say Rates Are Unfair After ReassessmentIt was a massive undertaking in Nassau County to fairly reassess all of the homes after decades of an inaccurate tax roll. The first bills are now out, and some taxpayers say they're not fair; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
SI Bar Owner To Face Minor Alcohol Violation ChargesThere's an update on the co-owner of a Staten Island bar accused of striking an officer and defying coronavirus social distancing laws.