A new poll shows that many parents have declined invitations because they are uncomfortable leaving their child in another parent's care. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
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What Questions Get Asked Most About Child Playdates?A new poll shows that many parents have declined invitations because they are uncomfortable leaving their child in another parent's care. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Teen Saves Her Sister's Life With HeimlichCBS2's Kiran Dhillon has the latest on the teen who saved her younger sister who was choking on her food.
NY Botanical Garden Offering Pumpkin Garden Thrills And ChillsPattie Hulse, director of the Everett Children's Adventure Garden at the New York Botanical Garden, shares the October special Spooky Pumpkin Garden attraction now on display. Admission is free on Wednesdays all day and from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Saturdays. For more admission information, see https://www.nybg.org/visit/admission/
Come Join CBS2 For COFFEE WITH VETSWe want to invite America's veterans to come out and have coffee with us with Chris Wragge and Alex Denis! Join them Friday, Sept. 27, from 9:30 a.m. to noon, at BREW at Hudson Market, 601 West 57th St., New York. We want to hear your stories and say thank you!
'Saturday Night Lights' Keeping Kids Out Of TroubleCBS2's Matt Kozar has the latest on a program helping to keep New York City kids off the streets and build a relationship with police.
Unofficial Apple Picking Season Kicks Off At Tri-State Area FarmsApple picking is an extremely popular fall pastime that extends through October, giving families a chance to hit the outdoors and spend time together. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Experts Warn About 'Snowplow Parents' Overly Protecting Kids From Life's ChallengesWith the start of the school year comes the need for parents to start thinking about how much they need to monitor and control their children's lives, to an extreme experts are calling "snowplow parenting." CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Time Out New York's End Of Summer Things To DoTime Out New York editor Will Gleason shares fun activities around the city as the summer comes to a close: Pig Island Food Festival in Red Hook, Autumn Starfest in Central Park, the Coney Island Beard and Mustache Competition and more.
Young New Rochelle Hockey Player Lands 360-Degree Trick ShotRichie Janniello pulled off an amazing shot during one of his hockey practices, lifting the puck with his stick before hurling it into the net. CBS2's Mary Calvi and Chris Wragge report.
Parents Magazine Editor In Chief Shares Drama-Free Back To School Transition TipsParents Magazine Editor in Chief Liz Vaccariello shares tips with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler on having a drama-free back to school transition for children fast turning into little adults.
Parents Magazine Editor Shares Drama-Free Back To School Transition TipsParents Magazine editor Liz Vaccarello shares tips with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler on having a drama-free back to school transition for children fast turning into little adults.
Gov. Murphy, NJ State Police Honor Elmora Troopers TeamThe baseball team from Elizabeth, New Jersey, that made it to the Little League World Series was honored today by Gov. Phil Murphy and the New Jersey State troopers. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Back To School Advice From CBS2: Dick, Alex & JohnNeed to get your kids psyched up for the new school year? Hear some tips from parents Dick Brennan, Alex Denis and John Elliott, and get more from CBSNewYork.com. Check out our Facebook page to share your suggestions...
Back To School Advice From CBS2: Chris & MaryWhat's the best thing about the first day of school? Hear some tips from Chris Wragge and Mary Calvi, and watch more on CBSNewYork.com. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page to share your suggestions.
Back To School Advice From CBS2: John, Jessica & AlexDo your kids know how proud you are of them? Hear some tips from John Elliott, Jessica Layton and Alex Denis, and get more from CBSNewYork.com. Don't' forget to check out our Facebook page to share your suggestions.
Back to School Advice From CBS2: Kristine, Alex & MaryIs your brain ready to deal with the new school year? Hear some tips from Kristine Johnson, Alex Denis and Mary Calvi, and get more from CBSNewYork.com. Don't' forget to check out our Facebook page to share your suggestions.
Back To School Advice From CBS2: Dick, Cindy & LonnieWorried about sending your young ones back to class? Hear some tips from parents Dick Brennan, Cindy Hsu and Lonnie Quinn, and watch more on CBSNewYork.com. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page to share your suggestions.
Back-To-School: How To Help Kids Deal With First Day In ClassCBS2's Mary Calvi has some tips on how to cope with back-to-school jitters and make the adjustment a little easier.
How Do You Talk To Your Kids About Mass Shootings?An expert offered advice Monday about the best way to talk to kids about horrifying crimes like mass shootings; CBS2's Andrea Grymes has more.
Book Vending Machines Saving Summer?Vending machines filled with free books became available in Harlem's Riverbank Park starting today. CBSN New York's Cindy Hsu reports.
Summer Water Safety TipsTips just so you know how you and your family can be safe in the water this summer. CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Woman Seeking Funds To Help All Families Enjoy New Jersey's BeachesThe Jersey Shore ocean front is becoming so expensive, many families who live just blocks away can't afford it. CBSN New Yorks' John Dias reports.
NYC Parks Kick Off Pool Season, Open To The Public TomorrowIt's the last day of classes for New York City public school kids, and a perfect day to kick off the summer pool season. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
New Jersey Couple Get Married Seconds Before Bride Gives BirthMichael Gallardo and Marie Margaritondo were already engaged and days away from their wedding when the bride went into labor. The church's chaplain showed bedside up to bless the couple's hospital room "I do's" seconds before their child was born. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.