Gov. Andrew Cuomo believes mass gatherings are the priority right now to curb the recent increase in positive COVID-19 cases. But, as CBS2's Lisa Rozner reported, there is also fear that restaurants and small businesses in cluster zip codes could face a second shutdown.
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Parents Say Kids Involved In Mount Eden, Bronx Shooting Suffering From Mental TraumaCBS2's Tony Aiello has the latest on the investigation.
Questions About Future Of New Jersey School Threatens Historic MuralOne of the most famous masterpieces depicting the Great Depression is in danger of fading into history, itself. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Due To Ranked Choice Voting, Results From NYC Mayoral Democratic Primary May Not Be Known For WeeksCBS2's Marcia Kramer explains.
More Than 1,000 People Show Up For Party In Long BranchFour people were arrested in Monmouth County after a beach party got out of control this weekend. CBS2’s Meg Baker has details on how the mass gathering was coordinated on social media.
Kevin Boseman Honoring Brother Chadwick At Dance Against CancerDance Against Cancer brings music back to the stage for a star-studded performance benefiting the American Cancer Society. This year’s special guest star is Kevin Boseman, whose brother Chadwick Boseman died of cancer last year. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
8-Foot Boa Constrictor Found On Long IslandThere was a startling discovery for a Deer Park homeowner on Long Island: A snake so big, two people had to hoist it up.
New York Weather: CBS2's 6/21 Monday Evening HeadlinesCBS2's John Elliott has a look at the forecast.
It's 'Tall Girl Appreciation Day'Tall Girl Appreciation Day is in honor of the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. CBS2's John Elliott reports.
Carle Place Parents Call For Students To Be Allowed To Go Maskless In SchoolThe school year is coming to a close, but some parents in our area are still appealing to Gov. Andrew Cuomo to reverse the state’s mask directive in schools. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Debate Heats Up Over How Long Island Should Allocate Federal COVID-19 Rescue MoneyWho is the best steward of money, the people or the politicians? Unprecedented federal funding is flooding states and communities, and now there is a debate on Long Island regarding fair distribution. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Funeral Held For 10-Year-Old Justin WallaceA child killed by gun violence in Queens was laid to rest Monday. Family and friends gathered at the funeral for 10-year-old Justin Wallace.
NYPD Disputes Claims By Officers That The Department Encourages Minority Arrest QuotasNewly released sworn statements by several NYPD officers aim to back a lawsuit filed years ago that claims minorities were targeted in order to meet arrest quotas. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Annual 'Stonewall Sings' Event Held In Greenwich VillageAs New York celebrates Pride Month, the annual 'Stonewall Sings' event is back.
SUV Crashes Into Bronx Post OfficeAn SUV jumped the curb, crossed the sidewalk and straight into a post office in the South Bronx.
Some Sunset Park Residents Say They’ve Been Excluded From Revised Brooklyn Traffic Plan DiscussionsA dangerous stretch of Sunset Park is about to undergo a safety transformation. But the community it’s meant to protect is crying foul – claiming they’ve been shut out of the entire process. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
4th Of July Fireworks Returning To Jones BeachAfter being canceled because of the pandemic, 4th of July fireworks are returning to the Empire State Plaza in Albany, and Jones Beach on Long Island.
Community Demands Justice For Katherine Diop, Young Mother Killed In The BronxPeople in the neighborhood told CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon that 29-year-old Katherine Diop was a wonderful, positive light in the community. They’re devastated by her senseless death and want the public’s help finding her killer.
Down To The Wire For NYC Mayoral Primary CandidatesOn the even of the Democratic primary election, the candidates for New York City mayor are making their final push. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Parents On Long Island Call For Students To Be Allowed To Go Maskless In SchoolThe school year is coming to a close, but some parents in our area are still appealing to Gov. Andrew Cuomo to reverse the state's mask directive in schools. CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio gives a briefing on COVID response, vaccinations and more in New York City.
Police: Food, Drinks Fly After Woman Gets Into Argument With 7-Eleven WorkerPolice say a woman got into an argument at a 7-Eleven on Long Island and knocked several items off the counter. Katie Johnston reports.
New York Weather: Hot, Humid & HazyCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
EMTs Facing Mental Health Struggles Made Worse By PandemicAt the height of the pandemic last year, paramedics in New York City responded to more than 7,000 call a day. The trauma they witnessed was a heavy burden many are still carrying.
NYC Reaches 9M Vaccine DosesNew York City has now administered nine million doses to date citywide.