Many New York City business owners are on edge about another possible shutdown as COVID cases continue to climb; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
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New York Weather: CBS2 7/29 Evening Forecast at 9PMCBS2's John Elliott has your weather forecast for July 29 at 9 p.m.
NYC Announces 4 New Homecoming Week ConcertsDespite recent COVID setbacks, New York City has announced four new Homecoming Week concerts in August to honor the history of hip-hop music.
Multiple Tornado Warnings Issued In Tri-State Area As Severe Weather Sweeps Through RegionThere were multiple tornado warnings in the Tri-State Area throughout the afternoon and evening Thursday, and heavy rains and flooding also caused issues across the region.
New York Weather: CBS2 7/29 Evening Forecast at 5PMCBS2's John Elliott has your weather forecast for July 29 at 5 p.m.
New York Jets, Zach Wilson Agree To Contract TermsThe New York Jets and their first-round draft pick quarterback Zach Wilson have agreed to terms on his contract.
Out-Of-Work NYCHA Residents Trained To Install Solar PanelsNew York City is working with energy companies to train out-of-work public housing residents to install solar panels on the rooftops of New York City Public Housing buildings.
Long Island Camp Held For Potential Volunteer FirefightersThere is a special kind of camp being held this week on Long Island. Campers are learning what it takes to become volunteer firefighters amid a nationwide shortage; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Theodore McCarrick Charged With Sex Abuse Of Teenage BoyDefrocked cardinal Theodore McCarrick is charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy in the 1970s.
President Biden Announces New COVID Mandates For Federal Workers, Major Companies Follow SuitPresident Joe Biden has announced new mask and vaccine mandates for federal workers, and some major companies are following suit, including restaurants in New York City; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Mental Coach For Top Athletes Calls Simone Biles' Decision 'A Heroic Move'The decision by Simone Biles to opt out of some Olympic events is intensifying a conversation about mental health in sports. CBS2's Steve Overmyer spoke with one of the foremost mental coaches.
Gov. Phil Murphy Signs Bill Establishing Statewide Newborn Home Nurse Visitation Program Into LawA bill to establish a statewide newborn home nurse visitation program in New Jersey was signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday. CBS2's Meg Baker spoke with a mother who says a visit saved her life.
Nassau County Expands Summer Youth Employment ProgramNassau County is expanding its summer youth employment program.
Arrests Made At Protest Against Transfer Of Homeless People From HotelsThere were protests and arrests near City Hall on Thursday over the transfer of homeless residents out of hotels and into congregate shelters.
New York State PTA Offers Help To Parents Concerned About Kids' Reading LevelThe New York State PTA is offering help to parents of young children who worry their kids have fallen behind on reading. It's a concern every summer, but especially after months of remote and hybrid instruction; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
NYC Council Proposes Bill To Cap Classroom CapacityNew York City Council on Thursday announced a proposal to put a limit on classroom capacity.
NY AG Reaches Deal With WH To Crack Down On Air PollutionNew York Attorney General Letitia James has reached an agreement with the White House to crack down on air pollution that blows into the state.
Proposed Bill Updates Gender-Based Violence ActProposed legislation would allow survivors of gender-based violence to seek legal recourse even after the statute of limitations has run out.
Advocacy Groups File Motion Asking Court For Additional NYPD Oversight MeasuresSome New Yorkers are suing the city and the NYPD over the controversial form of policing known as stop-and-frisk. As CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports, they say it’s still being used improperly, even years after a court-appointed monitor was put in place to develop and assess NYPD reforms.
Suni Lee Wins Gold At Women's All-Around Gymnastics FinalSuni Lee won the gold at the women's all-around gymnastics final at the summer games; Elise Preston reports for CBS2.
2 Shark Sightings Temporarily Shut Down Long Island BeachesMore shark sightings were reported Thursday in the waters off Long Island, prompting temporary beach closures.
NYC Sommelier Accused Of Setting Fires To Dining StructuresA well-known wine expert is facing arson charges, accused of setting fire to outdoor dining structures in Lower Manhattan.
Over 12 Hurt When Commuter Bus Slams Into Elevated Subway Pillar In The BronxA commuter bus slammed into an elevated subway pillar in the Bronx on Thursday. More than a dozen people were hurt in the multi-vehicle crash; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Three Connecticut Counties Now Considered Substantial COVID Transmission AreasThree counties in Connecticut are now considered "substantial" COVID transmission areas.
NYC Restaurant Group Will Require All Workers, Diners Be VaccinatedWhen it comes to the private sector, the head of a group of New York City restaurants is requiring all workers and diners be vaccinated; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.