CBS2's Elise Finch has a look at the forecast.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily COVID BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds daily briefing on coronavirus response and recovery in New York City.
71-Year-Old Woman's Hair Pulled, Head Punched At Herald Square Subway Station, Police SayPolice are trying to track down a woman accused of punching a 71-year-old woman last month at a subway station in Manhattan. Katie Johnston reports.
New York Weather: Temps On The RiseCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
Andrew Giuliani Enters New York Governor RaceThe son of former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani has announced he's officially running to replace Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Deadly Violence Continues In Middle East As Calls For Ceasefire MountPresident Biden is backing calls for a ceasefire as the deadly violence in the Middle East shows no signs of letting up.
Riders Frustrated As War Of Words Continues Over Subway SafetyThe blame game over safety on the subway continues, and so does crime. Mayor de Blasio is defending himself after the MTA called his approach "irresponsible." CBS2's John Dias has the details.
80-Year-Old Man Latest Victim Of Stray Bullet ShootingSurging gun violence in New York City left an 80-year-old Bronx man wounded by a stray bullet. As CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports, he was simply walking with his family.
Bicyclist Stabbed At Lower Manhattan ParkPolice say they're searching for a man who stabbed another man over the weekend inside a park in Lower Manhattan. Katie Johnston reports.
JFK Flight Diverted Because Of Unruly PassengerAn unruly passenger caused a flight from JFK to San Francisco to be diverted to Minneapolis.
Harlem Couple Helps Feed NeighborsWhile many pandemic restrictions are being lifted this month, problems caused by the health crisis still linger -- including food insecurity in many of our neighborhoods. But one Harlem couple has found a way to keep their community fed and feeling the love.
80-Year-Old Struck By Stray BulletPolice say the victim was walking with his family when he was hit in the South Bronx.
Deadly Shooting At Brooklyn VigilA woman was killed in a drive-by shooting while attending a vigil for another shooting victim in Brooklyn.
NYC And MTA At Odds Over Subway SafetySubway safety is being questioned once again after two unprovoked attacks at stations in the city. With plenty of back-and-forth between local leaders and the MTA is now firing back. CBS2's John Dias has the latest.
Deadly Hit-And-Run In BrooklynPolice are searching for a driver they say hit and killed a 58-year-old man crossing the street in Williamsburg and then drove off.
New York Weather: Into The 80sCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastAre you craving a taste of summer? CBS2's Lonnie Quinn says we are likely to get a sneak peek this week.
Human Resources Head Steven Banks Talks To CBS2 About NYC's Plan To Deal With HomelessCBS2's Marcia Kramer has the story.
Tax Returns Reveal Gov. Cuomo To Make $5 Million On COVID-19 MemoirCBS2's Dick Brennan has more on the controversy.
Illegal Bikers Send 76-Year-Old Man To The HospitalCBS2's Cory James has more on Sunday's attack in Isham Park in Inwood.
N.Y., Conn. To Follow CDC Mask Guidelines; N.J. To Hold OffCBS2's Ali Bauman has more on the COVID-19 mask confusion.
2021 AIDS Walk New York: Live At HomeCBSN New York presents special coverage of AIDS Walk New York: Live at Home on May 16, 2021.
Long Island Homeowners Have Had It With Utilities Tearing Up Newly Paved RoadsWhose bright idea was it to dig up a newly resurfaced road and then leave patchwork repairs? CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Law Enforcement Banned From NYC Pride March, ‘Counter To Our Shared Values Of Inclusion’, NYPD SaysNYC Pride is banning law enforcement from participating in its annual march. The organization says the move is to make participants feel safer. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
West Orange, NJ School District To End Courtesy Busing In Cost-Cutting MoveA budget crunch has forced the West Orange School District to cut courtesy busing, but parents say that will create a major safety issue.