CBS News' Steve Hartman, Children Team Up To Teach 'Kindness 101'Steve Hartman teaches an online lesson for kids about finding a purpose, produced from home with the assistance of his daughter Meryl and Emmett. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur caught up with them to get a look behind the scenes.
Coronavirus Cautions: Twin Willows Uses Innovation To Avoid Personal Contact On The Golf CourseJeff Ward of Twin Willows Par 3 golf course in Lincoln Park, NJ, talks about coronavirus precautions put in place on their greens and an innovative hole cup device to avoid any personal contact. CBS2's John Elliott reports.
Coronavirus Relief: New Jersey Easing Up Park Restrictions Starting TodayNew Jersey state parks and many local parks will reopen starting Saturday, May 2, but Gov. Phil Murphy warns social distancing rules will still have to be followed. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Streets Around Brooklyn's Prospect Park Shut Down For People To Enjoy Outdoor SpaceJust in time for a nice weekend weather forecast, there will seven miles of open road in and around city parks for folks to enjoy it. CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports.
Wife On Johnathan Coelho's Coronavirus Death: 'Haunting' Words Of Goodbye 'All I Have Left'Jonathan Coelho was just 32 when he died last week from cardiac arrest due to the coronavirus. While he was hospitalized the Connecticut man wrote a final love letter on his phone for his family. CBS News' David Begnaud reports.
Summer Camps Moving Forward With Coronavirus Safety PlansIt may seem far-fetched to imagine camps will be able to open this summer, but camp directors are moving forward with careful safety plans, CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Parents Concerned About Too Much Screen Time As Remote Learning Continues Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs distance learning becomes the new normal, much of the school day has shifted to the screen, but is all that screen time safe for your kids? CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Coronavirus Uncertainty Raises Father's Concerns On Daughters College FutureCBS2's John Elliott reports on Gary Francis, a father whose daughter is about to make her choice for college just as the economy and her family's incomes fate an uncertain future.
Coronavirus Forcing Students To Miss Once-In-A-Lifetime Graduation Rites Of PassageJohn Elliott talks to a mom and her daughters who are missing out on their graduations and turning to social media to jump ahead of their college experiences.
Coronavirus Update: Will Summer Camps Be Canceled Because Of COVID-19?Will summer camps proceed as planned? That's one of many question parents and children have right now; CBS2's Nina Kapur reports.
How Parents Can Help Kids Cope With Coronavirus WorriesSocial distancing has been tough for all of us, especially for kids. CBS2's Cindy Hsu speaks with an expert for some advice.
Coronavirus Update: Families, Couples Learning How To Work From Home TogetherThe last few weeks have been the ultimate stress test for families and couples, who are stuck inside, working from home with no alone time; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge spoke to some people figuring out how to make it work.
Coronavirus Strain: Quarantine Has Some Relationships Feeling Like 'I Love You, Now Go Away'Most families are still cooped up and quarantined at home, and in some households, it's taking a major toll on relationships. CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
Coronavirus Update: Many Children With Autism Not Getting Classes, Services They Need During PandemicApril is Autism Awareness Month, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just announced that 1 in 54 children in the United States is diagnosed with autism. CBS2’s Cindy Hsu spoke to parents about the challenges in the community, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
Day In The Life: Finding Comfort And Humor In Uncertain TimesCBS2's Elle McLogan reaches out to friends who are making the most of their new circumstances.
Students, Parents Getting Some Help From Online TutorsWith the closure of schools all across the tri-state area, some children are having a tough time adapting to the new reality of remote learning. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez looks at some online resources for students and their parents.
Connecting Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic: Jennifer McLogan Checks In With Her FamilyCBS2's Jennifer McLogan checks in with her siblings across the globe to find out how they're coping during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Families Finding Ways To Celebrate Life's Big Events Despite VirusEven though travel and public gathering restrictions have ruined many plans, couples and families have already triumphed over the virus to celebrate weddings, bar mitzvahs and other big events. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Coronavirus Update: Isolated? Many Finding Creative Ways To Engage With OthersSitting alone for days on end can lead to depression, apathy and poor metabolism, but many are finding ways to connect online amid the social distancing orders. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
'Chalk The Walk' Trend Spreads PositivitySee the movement that aims to bring positivity during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Parents Putting Kids To Work With Chores While Home From SchoolParents across the tri-state area are getting creative when it comes to finding things to do with their children who are home from school amid the coronavirus pandemic; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Coronavirus Update: Hospitals Put Limits On Visits To PatientsHospitals are introducing strict measures to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus outbreak. In many cases, access will be restricted to protect health care workers and patients. The news caught some people by surprise, CBS2’s Reena Roy reported Tuesday.
Cooking At Home: Beatrice's Pasta With TunaIf you're looking for simple recipes to try at home, here's one from Beatrice Tosti, chef-owner at Il Posto Accanto restaurant.
Coronavirus NYC: City Life Amid The PandemicSo what's New York City like under the shadow of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak? CBS2 producer Nick Kasanzew takes a walk around Manhattan to find out.

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