Lourds Lane's "Super You" was supposed to be playing at the Daryl Roth Theater right now. But, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that isn't possible as theaters remain closed. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Family, Community Speak Out After Sayid Muthana Shot At Brooklyn DeliBodega owners and community leaders held a rally Wednesday in support of 18-year-old Sayid Muthana, who was shot in the head while working at his family's deli in Brooklyn.
Supreme Court Hears Significant Abortion CaseThe Supreme Court is hearing arguments in the most significant challenge to abortion rights in more than a generation.
New Details About Michigan School Shooting Suspect And VictimsA community in Michigan is mourning three students who died after a school shooting Tuesday. The 15-year-old suspected shooter also injured eight people. CBS News' Nancy Chen reports.
Mayor De Blasio Discusses Omicron Variant, Safe Injection Sites And More In NYCMayor Bill de Blasio holds latest briefing on Omicron variant and vaccines, plus New York City's new safe injection sites and more.
New York Weather: Rain Chances OvernightCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
HIV Testing Offered In Harlem On World AIDS DayA neighborhood testing and outreach program is underway in Harlem. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the details.
Brooklyn Deli Shooting Of Sayid Muthana Caught On Video; Search Continues For SuspectsPolice hope newly released video will help find whoever shot an 18-year-old working at his family's deli in Brooklyn. Katie Johnston reports.
Father Charged In 1-Year-Old Son's Fentanyl DeathThe father of a 22-month-old boy who had fentanyl in his system when he died has been arrested.
Trevor Noah Coming Back To Host GRAMMYsThe Emmy-award winning host returns to Music's Biggest Night.
Meisha Porter Stepping Down As NYC Schools ChancellorNew York City Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter is stepping down at the end of the month.
NY Adding COVID Vaccine Sites For KidsGov. Kathy Hochul announced new pop-up vaccination sites Wednesday, including some open to children ages 5 and older.
Screening For Omicron Variant At Area AirportsDetection efforts were expanded Wednesday at four of the nation's busiest international airports, including two in our area.
Residents Say Brooklyn House Explosion Could Have Been AvoidedA house explosion rocked a neighborhood overnight in Cypress Hills, sparking a fire that spread to nearby buildings. CBS2's Christina Fan has the latest from the scene.
Police: Straphangers Targeted In Series Of Knifepoint Robberies In The BronxPolice want your help finding the men they say are behind a series of knifepoint robberies targeting straphangers in the Bronx. Katie Johnston reports.
Meisha Porter Stepping Down As NYC Schools ChancellorShe says she is leaving to become the founder and CEO of the Bronx Community Foundation, a nonprofit organization.
Alvin Alley Dance Company ReturnsOne of the city's top dance companies returns to the stage for the first time since the pandemic hit.
Stamford Mayor Swearing InCaroline Simmons was the first woman elected to serve as mayor of Stamford, the state's second largest city.
World AIDS Day WednesdayA commemoration will be held tonight at New York City AIDS Memorial Park.
Police Open Fire After Brooklyn Traffic StopPolice say a suspect ran over an officer's foot, whose partner then opened fire. No one was hit.
Explosion Rocks Home In Cypress HillsA massive explosion rocked a home overnight in Brooklyn, spreading flames to nearby houses. CBS2's John Dias has the latest from the scene in Cypress Hills.
New York Weather: Milder WednesdayCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
New York Weather: CBS2 11/30 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for November 30 at 11 p.m.
Tree-Lighting Ceremony At Rockefeller Center Is TomorrowThe Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree will shine brightly after Wednesday's lighting ceremony.
NYPD: Familial DNA Search Identified Joseph Martinez As Suspect In Cold Case Murder Of Bronx Teen Minerliz SorianoPolice say an accused killer was living what appeared to be a normal life in the suburbs for more than two decades before new forensic technology led them to him; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.