The families of more than 560,000 Americans have had to bury loved ones who died of COVID-19. Now, they can apply for federal aid to offset some of those costs.
Tri-State Area Immigrants Tell Harrowing Tales Of Crossing U.S. Southern BorderCBS2's Kevin Rincon has a look at why so many immigrants are willing to leave everything behind, and what those in our area are doing to help give them a new beginning.
Video: Suspect Pulls Gun, Opens Fire After Brooklyn Fender-BenderIt might've been a routine fender-bender until one of those involved pulled out a gun.
Local Community Rallying To Help COVID Crisis In IndiaThe COVID crisis continues to surge out of control in India. With more than 350,000 daily new cases, the nation is on pace to see more than one million deaths by midsummer. CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Caught On Video: Suspect In Brooklyn Subway BeatingInvestigators believe the suspect approached a 64-year-old man and repeatedly punched him in the face, causing facial fractures and breaking his nose.
Jessica Beauvais Indicted In Crash That Killed NYPD Det. Anastasio TsakosA Queens grand jury has indicted the driver accused in the hit-and-run DWI crash that killed NYPD Det. Anastasios Tsakos.
COVID Vaccine Pop-Ups Will Target CommutersOfficials are getting ready to target a new set of people: Commuters. It comes as vaccination rates in New York are on the decline. CBS2's John Dias reports.
New York Weather: Tuesday Morning 5/11 CBS2 Weather HeadlinesCBS2's Elise Finch has a look at the forcast.
New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's Lonnie Quinn says conditions will improve across our area as the week progresses.
CBS2 Profiles Immigrants Who Came To U.S. Over The Treacherous Southern BorderCBS2's Kevin Rincon spoke to two women who described the ordeal.
New York City, State Launch War Of Words Over Handling Of HomelessCBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Feds Grant Emergency Use Of Pfizer Vaccine For Children 12 To 15CBS2's Jessica Layton has more on the FDA's ruling and what will happen next.
As NYPD Searches For Times Square Shooter, Stories Of Heroism EmergeCBS2's Cory James has the latest on the investigation and the conditions of the three victims.
Reflecting On The AIDS Epidemic With Leaders Of GMHCTwo men and a woman taking part in AIDS Walk met with CBS2’s Dave Carlin in Christopher Park across from the historic Stonewall Inn. They discussed HIV then and now, the stigma and the progress with CBS 2’s Dave Carlin.
Swarm Of Honeybees On Nassau County-Owned Property Upsetting Local ResidentsCBS2's Jennifer McLogan has the story from Williston Park.
Broadway Shows Begin To Announce Reopening DatesCBS2's Dana Tyler has the story.
Former NYPD Commissioner Bratton Expresses Concern About City's Approach To Violent CrimeCBS2's Marcia Kramer has the story.
New York Weather: Monday 5/10 CBS2 Evening Weather HeadlinesCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has a look at the forecast.
As More People Get Vaccinated, Some Question When Mask Wearing Can Stop IndoorsVaccination against COVID-19 continues to go up and the Centers for Disease Control is loosening some of its outdoor mask-wearing guidelines. Which has people asking, when can we stop wearing masks indoors? Dr. Max Gomez reports.
2 Hurt In Deck Collapse In Belleville, N.J.Two people were hurt when a deck collapsed in Belleville, New Jersey. The reason for the collapse was not immediately known.
CBS2 Unveils Candiate Conversations With Leading NYC Mayoral ContendersWith the primary just six weeks away, we have a new feature — conversations with the candidates to help you compare and contrast the big field. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Local Organizations Going All Out To Combat COVID Crisis In IndiaThe COVID crisis continues to surge out of control in India. With more than 350,000 daily new cases, the nation is on pace to see more than one million deaths by midsummer.
Pilot Program In Newark Gives $500 In Cash To Low-Income Residents, No Strings AttachedNew Jersey’s largest city is fighting poverty with cash. A newly launched pilot program in Newark is handing out thousands of dollars to low-income residents for them to spend as they see fit. CBS2’s Christina Fan reports.
Homeless Services Chief Steven Banks Defends Agency's Efforts To Get People Off The StreetMayor Bill de Blasio‘s point man on the city’s homeless services on Monday defended the agency’s work trying to get vulnerable people off the streets. He also pointed fingers at the state, as the governor continues to criticize. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
FDA Approves Pfizer's COVID Vaccine For AdolescentsThe Food and Drug Administration has approved the Pfizer COVID vaccine for children ages 12-15.