Three homeless men were arrested overnight after they were found fighting with a knife and sticks at a park in the East Village.
Black History Is Our History: Part 3All this month, CBS2 has been honoring Black History Month with stories of strength, inspiration and hope. CBS2's Dana Tyler, Aundrea Cline-Thomas, Lisa Rozner and Elise Finch report.
Black History Is Our History: Part 2All this month, CBS2 has been honoring Black History Month with stories of strength, inspiration and hope. CBS2's Dana Tyler, Steve Overmyer, Carolyn Gusoff and Kristine Johnson report.
Black History Is Our History: Queens Resident Lewis Latimer, Son Of Fugitive Slaves, Helped Make Lighting More AffordableLewis Latimer, the son of fugitive slaves, invented a method for producing a longer lasting light bulb which also made lighting affordable for more people.
Black History Is Our History: Part 1All this month, CBS2 has been honoring Black History Month with stories of strength, inspiration and hope. CBS2's Dana Tyler and Vanessa Murdock report.
Lincoln Center To Resume Live Performances OutdoorsThe Restart Stages program will feature events at 10 outdoor venues across the city.
Near-Perfect Weather Gets Sap Flowing At Closest Maple Syrup Producer To New York CityA stretch of chilly nights and warmer days has the sap flowing in northern Westchester County. That means the trees are tapped at the closest maple syrup producer to New York City. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Travel Experts Say Spring Break Vacations Being Booked While Health Officials Say Don't Take Trips Just YetVacation experts say travel is on the rise ahead of spring break and booking for summer, but is it safe? CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
FDA Advisory Panel Approves Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineGov. Phil Murphy says a shipment of 70,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is set to be delivered to New Jersey next week.
NY State Senate Leader Calls Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Gov. Cuomo 'Extremely Disturbing'New York State Senate Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins is speaking out about the sexual harassment claims against Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Exclusive: Eyewitness Describes Apparently Unprovoked Stabbing Of Asian Man In Lower ManhattanCharges have been upgraded against a man accused of stabbing a 36-year-old Asian man in the back Thursday, police sources say. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Cat Finds Way Back To Long Island Home After Being Lost For Weeks During Snow Storms, Freezing WeatherAfter almost three weeks of searching, John and Carol Forestieri, of Southold, were fearful their cat Buddy was gone forever. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
New York Weather: CBS2's 2/26 Friday Evening UpdateLonnie Quinn has the Tri-State Area's latest forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
Players At Archbishop Stepinac Excited A High School Sports Get Green LightThere’s an electricity in the gym at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains as it prepares for its first game in nearly a year. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Long Island Man Shocked By Amazon’s Response After He Found Undelivered Packages On Side Of RoadA driver on Long Island who found undelivered Amazon packages left on the side of a road in the rain was hoping to get them to their rightful owners. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
NYPD: Man Found Dead Near East Side Construction SitePolice and firefighters found a 52-year-old man on the ground with severe body trauma near a construction site at Second Avenue and 40th Street.
Suspect Arrested In Attack On 2-Year-Old On SubwayElizabeth Galarza, seen in a surveillance photo, is accused of punching the boy repeatedly in the face.
NYC Indoor Dining Expanding to 35% CapacityNew York City restaurants are welcoming more customers to dine indoors.
New York Nursing Homes Reopen To VisitorsExpanded guidelines around nursing home visits in New York went into effect Friday. Still, many facilities say the rules make it nearly impossible for residents to visit with their loved ones. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Black History Is Our History: First Deputy Commissioner Ben Tucker Is NYPD's Highest-Ranking Black OfficerTucker was sworn in as an NYPD trainee in 1969, the decade of the Civil Rights Movement when national leaders were assassinated and tension between police and the Black community often erupted on the streets. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
NYPD: Asian Woman Attacked And Robbed In Flushing, QueensPolice say the suspect dragged a 44-year-old woman to the ground, then punched and kicked her before running off with her purse.
New Yorkers At Bronx Food Pantry Describe Need For Federal Stimulus Checks, $15 Minimum WageThe line at a food pantry in the Bronx wrapped around the building as lawmakers in Washington, D.C. got set to vote on President Biden's $1.9 trillion aid package. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Declassified Report Blames Saudi Crown Prince For Murder Of Jamal KhashoggiThe Washington Post contributor was brutally killed in Turkey in 2018. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Parents React To New Leadership At NYC Department Of EducationMeisha Porter will be the first Black woman to lead New York City's public schools. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza Resigns From De Blasio AdministrationSchools Chancellor Richard Carranza suddenly announced Friday that he will step down, the latest top commissioner to flee the lame duck de Blasio administration in the middle of the pandemic. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.