Police were on the scene, conducting crowd control, one day after Gov. Cuomo issued a "three strikes, you're closed" rule.
MTA Hosts 10th Annual Blood Drive At Grand Central TerminalThe MTA is hosting a blood drive for employees and Metro-North commuters. CBS2's Leah Mishkin reports.
NYC Teddy Roosevelt Statue Covered Up Before Move To North DakotaThe Teddy Roosevelt statue outside the Museum of Natural History is one step closer to being removed.
FDNY Probationary Firefighter Dies After Medical Episode During Training ExerciseThe FDNY says Probationary Firefighter Vincent Malveaux suffered a medical event during a training exercise Thursday and died. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Columbia University Student Murdered Near Morningside ParkColumbia University student Davide Giri was stabbed to death Thursday near Morningside Park, where police say his attacker wounded a second victim. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Suffolk County Officials Share Update On Officer Timothy ThraneSuffolk County Police Officer Timothy Thrane released from hospital a month after being hit by alleged drunk driver on the job in Yaphank.
FDNY Salutes Probationary Firefighter Vincent MalveauxThe FDNY says Probationary Firefighter Vincent Malveaux suffered a medical episode during a training exercise Thursday and died.
FDNY Update On Death Of Probationary Firefighter Vincent MalveauxFDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro announces the death of a probationary firefighter who suffered a medical episode during a training exercise.
Anti-Vax Ad Removed From Brooklyn Bus ShelterOfficials are investigating after an anti-vaccination ad appeared at a Brooklyn bus shelter.
Suffolk Officer To Be Released From HospitalA Suffolk County police officer who was injured by a drunk driver is set to be released from the hospital Friday.
New York Weather: Frigid FridayCBS2's John Elliott has the latest weather forecast.
Columbia Student Killed, Tourist Stabbed Near Morningside ParkA Columbia University student was stabbed to death overnight near Morningside Park, where a second victim was also stabbed in what police are calling a pair of unprovoked attacks. CBS2's John Dias has the latest from the scene.
New York Weather: CBS2 12/2 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's John Elliott has your weather forecast for Dcember 2 at 11 p.m.
Tony Award Nominated 'Slave Play' Returns To BroadwayA Tony-nominated Broadway hit made its return to the stage Thursday night.
MTA Striving To Prevent Service Disruptions Caused By Staff Shortages Through Hiring, Incentivizing EmployeesMTA staff shortages, from pandemic-related problems to retirements, have led to service disruptions. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis got a close look at the agency's hiring blitz and one man who jumped at the opportunity.
CBS2 Visits Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst In N.J., Where Afghan Refugees Are Assimilating To Life In The U.S.We're getting a first look inside a New Jersey military base where thousands of Afghan families are now living; CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
DOJ Launches Inquiry Into Cuomo On Multiple FrontsFederal prosecutors are investigating the sexual misconduct claims against former governor Andrew Cuomo as part of a two-pronged probe.
2 People Hurt In Police Chase Of Stolen School BusA wild chase involving a school bus ends with an arrest in Brooklyn.
4 Omicron Cases Confirmed In New York City, 1 On Long IslandState and city leaders announced Thursday there are five confirmed Omicron cases in New York; CBS2's Cory James reports.
President Biden Attends National Christmas Tree LightingFor the first time, the 99th "National Christmas Tree Lighting" will air on CBS.
Gov. Murphy Takes Part In Jersey City Menorah LightingOn the fifth night of Chanukah, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy took part in a special menorah lighting.
Federal Hearing Focuses On Conditions At Rikers IslandNew York City attorneys, a federal monitor and others met Thursday with a federal judge regarding the ongoing crisis on Rikers Island.
5 Omicron Variant Cases Reported In New York StateFive Omicron variant cases have now been reported in New York State; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Return Of The Office Holiday Party: Despite Evolving Threat From COVID-19, Companies Say They're Safely Surging AheadOffice holiday parties are happening again. For some, it's the first opportunity to meet co-workers in more than a year. But event spaces told CBS2's Lisa Rozner recently that safety is as much a part of the party as the food.
Small Business Owners Hope Riverhead Residents Show Them Some Love During Holiday Shopping SeasonIt may be quicker and easier to order that gift online or run into a mall or big box store, but local small business owners across the Tri-State Area are begging for a bit of shopping love this holiday season; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.