With Earth Day tomorrow, it's important to remember there are simple steps we can take to help the plant. CBS2's John Elliott has some green and easy garden tricks from Morgan's Farm in Cedar Grove, New Jersey.
First Case Of Omicron Variant Reported In New JerseyThe first case of the Omicron variant has been confirmed in New Jersey.
New York Weather: CBS2 12/3 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's John Elliott has your weather forecast for December 3 at 6 p.m.
Remains Of World War II Soldier From Upstate NY IdentifiedThe remains of a soldier from Binghamton killed during World War II have been identified.
Riverhead School District Officials Investigating 'Cyber Incident'The Riverhead School District on Long Island is trying to get its internet and email back.
Dozens Of Cars With Bogus Paper License Plates SeizedDozens of cars with bogus paper license plates are seized by police in Harlem.
Small Business Owners In Riverhead Hope Loyal Customers Will Shop Locally This Holiday SeasonFor some people, it may be easier to order a gift online or go to the mall, but small business owners are begging for a bit of shopping love this holiday season; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Sen. Gillibrand Introduces Legislation Expanding SNAP For College StudentsThere's a new effort to help college students who have trouble affording food.
US Attorney Announces Probe Into Mount Vernon Police DepartmentThe new U.S. Attorney has announced a probe into how Mount Vernon police officers treat Black residents. The DOJ is also looking into use of excessive force and how officers handle evidence, among other complaints; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
New York City Schools Experiencing Dramatic Increase In Weapons SeizuresUnannounced, random scanning at a Brooklyn high school dedicated to the study of law and justice turned up a cache of weapons; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Returns To Stage After Pandemic ShutdownThe Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is back on stage, performing in front of a live audience for the first time in a year and a half; CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Research Suggests Physical Books May Be Better For Children Compared To TabletsReading to children is critical for their development, and in the digital age, many parents turn to technology, but research suggests that actual books may be better for young children; Bradley Blackburn reports for CBS2.
Honda Recalls SUVs Over Fears Hoods Could Pop Open While DrivingHonda is recalling hundreds of thousands of SUVs over fears hoods could pop open while drivers are behind the wheel.
FEMA Extends Assistance Deadline To January 5th In NJNew Jersey residents recovering from Hurricane Ida have more time to apply for federal assistance.
Ocean County Minister Urges People To Help Those Without Homes Ahead Of Winter SeasonThere's a call to remember people who are without homes as we enter the winter season. Volunteers in New Jersey are trying to help those who are staying outdoors; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Santa Claus Rides Holiday NJ TRANSIT Train With Children With Special NeedsSanta Claus left his reindeer at home Friday to ride the rails with 200 children with special needs. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge got to tag along as they boarded the holiday NJ TRANSIT train.
Connecticut Comptroller Kevin Lembo ResignsConnecticut Comptroller Kevin Lembo is stepping down for health reasons.
Blood Donations Critically Needed In New York CityThis is a critical time for blood donations in New York City. Supplies are especially short because of the pandemic and other reasons; CBS2's Leah Mishkin reports.
NYPD: 1 Dead, Another Injured In Apparent Drug-Related ShootingPolice are investigating an Airbnb shooting that left one man dead and another injured.
Suffolk County Police Officer Leaves Hospital 1 Month After Being Hit By Alleged Drunk DriverHe fought for his life for more than a month and was even given his last rites, but a Suffolk County police officer has now left the hospital. He was critically hurt on the job, allegedly by a drunk driver, but he has made a remarkable recovery; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Harlem Pop-Up Party Highlights Black Women-Owned BusinessesA pop-up party celebrating a new Harlem-themed streaming series is highlighting Black women-owned businesses; CBS2's Jessi Mitchell reports.
Monthly Jobs Report Falls Short Of Expectations Ahead Of HolidaysWith businesses ramping up holiday hiring, the monthly jobs report was expected to show sharp gains, but it fell short; Natalie Brand reports for CBS2.
Firefighter Dies After Medical Episode At FDNY Fire AcademyA firefighter at the beginning of his career with the FDNY died after a medical episode at the fire academy; CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Body Camera Video Released Of Arrest In Brooklyn ShootingThere's an update on the suspect accused in the deadly shooting of a mother in Brooklyn.
NYC Imposing COVID Vaccine Mandate On All Private School StaffNew York City is imposing a new vaccine mandate on all staff at private schools; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.