A group of New York City residents is suing the city to stop the Open Restaurants program from becoming permanent.
Residents At Staten Island Housing Complex Say Gas For Cooking Has Been Out For MonthsSome residents at a Staten Island housing complex say they are facing another holiday without gas for cooking unless the city steps in; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Manhole Fire Impacts Hundreds Of Con Edison CustomersThere's an update on power problems for Con Ed customers in Brooklyn and Queens hours after a manhole fire.
COBA Suing Mayor De Blasio Over City's Vaccine MandateThe corrections officers' union is suing Mayor Bill de Blasio over New York City's vaccine mandate for city workers.
Health Officials Urging Tri-State Area Residents To Get Vaccines, Booster Shots As COVID Cases RiseAs COVID cases rise in the Tri-State Area, health officials are urging everyone to get fully vaccinated and boosted to combat a looming winter spike; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Mayor-Elect Eric Adams Set To Announce David Banks As Choice For DOE ChancellorThe next leader of New York City schools has been picked. Thursday, Mayor-Elect Eric Adams will announce David Banks as his choice for the next chancellor of the Department of Education; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Innovative Gift Card Program With Cash Bonus Aims To Assist Newark BusinessesThere's a new way to support local businesses in Newark crushed by the pandemic. A gift card program is giving consumers extra cash to spend in the neighborhood. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge spoke to Evan Weiss, CEO of the Newark Alliance.
Eric Adams To Name David Banks As NYC Schools ChancellorDavid Banks will be named the city's new schools chancellor.
New York Weather: CBS2 12/8 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for December 8 at 6 p.m.
Plans For Delacorte Theater Renovations In Central ParkThe iconic Delacorte Theater in Central Park is getting a makeover
Light Of Day Foundation Concert Series Begins In JanuaryThe Light of Day Foundation concert series begins in January. It helps raise money to defeat Parkinson's disease and related illnesses; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
10 People Indicted In $750,000 Identity Theft ConspiracyManhattan DA Cy Vance announced the indictment of 10 people for a $750,000 identity theft conspiracy.
Long Island Synagogue Still Recovering From Ida DamageA synagogue located in a low-lying area of Long Island was swamped with six feet of water when the remnants of Hurricane Ida hit. Now, months later, it is still trying to recover; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Controversial Bill Would Prevent Landlords From Doing Criminal Background Checks On Potential TenantsA controversial bill would prevent landlords from doing criminal background checks on potential tenants, and it would impact several million residents in the city; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
NYPD Launching Program To Connect People In Need Of Kidney Transplant With Potential DonorsThe NYPD is launching a new program to connect people in need of a kidney with potential donors; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
'The Late Late Show With James Corden' Airing 1,000th Episode Wednesday"The Late Late Show with James Corden" will air its 1,000th episode Wednesday.
Glen Cove Resident Credited With Diagnosing Serious Pollution ProblemLong Island officials are crediting a Glen Cove resident with diagnosing a serious pollution problem. The man was able to pinpoint the source of leaking sewage that was threatening part of Long Island Sound; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Better.com CEO Apologizes For Firings Over ZoomVishal Garg is now apologizing after facing backlash for firing hundreds of employees over a Zoom call.
Iona College To Help Support Veteran EntrepreneursThe U.S. Small Business Administration and Iona College joined Wednesday to highlight a $5 dollar grant for veteran and military spouse entrepreneurs.
Instagram CEO Testifies On Capitol Hill Amid Investigation Into App's Affect On Teens, ChildrenInstagram's CEO testified on Capitol Hill on Wednesday as a Senate panel investigates the platform's potentially negative impacts on teens and children; Michael George reports for CBS2.
Capri Institute Beauty School In New Jersey Suddenly ClosesA beauty school in New Jersey suddenly closed its doors, leaving dozens of students in limbo.
Probationary FDNY Firefighter Vincent Malveaux Laid To RestThere was an emotional send-off Wednesday for probationary FDNY firefighter Vincent Malveaux; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
$2.3 Million Grant For Mental Health Services At CT CollegesConnecticut Gov. Ned Lamont has announced a new program to support mental health for college students.
Staten Island Parents, Students Concerned About Rise In School ViolenceA rise in school violence has parents and students on Staten Island concerned. There have been at least two incidents involving guns two days in a row at the same school; CBS2's Leah Mishkin reports.
New Bill Introduced To Defund Supervised Drug Injection SitesCongressman Lee Zeldin and Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis have introduced new legislation to defund the newly opened supervised injection centers in Manhattan.