The governor asked New Yorkers to do so after the neighboring states saw an increase in coronavirus infection rates that meet the threshold for placement on the Tri-State Area Travel Advisory list. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
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Cuomo: Please Avoid All Non-Essential Travel To N.J., Conn.The governor asked New Yorkers to do so after the neighboring states saw an increase in coronavirus infection rates that meet the threshold for placement on the Tri-State Area Travel Advisory list. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
Gov. Cuomo Announces New COVID Protocols For Ski ResortsThe governor said they will open on Nov. 6 at 50% indoor capacity and 25% on mountains. CBSN New York's Jessica Layton reports
Peloton Recalls Pedals On 27,000 Exercise Bikes After Reported InjuriesPeloton is voluntarily recalling pedals used on about 27,000 of its exercise bikes because of a reported "laceration hazard."
Coca-Cola Discontinuing Tab SodaCoca-Cola says Tab is one of several under performing products that it's eliminating by the end of 2020.
Zoom Launches New Pay Stream OptionYour next Zoom call could be one you get paid for!
Barnes And Noble Issues Consumer Alert About Security BreachBarnes and Noble says it suffered a massive cyber-security attack that exposed customer information.
Cottonelle Wet Wipes Recalled Due To Possible ContaminationThere's a nationwide recall of Cottonelle brand wet wipes.
Ikea Launching Program To Buy Back Used FurnitureIn a rare move, furniture giant Ikea plans to buy back old items.
Some N.J. Residents Fret As Gov. Murphy's Utility Shut-Off Moratorium Nears Its EndThe clock is ticking for an extension on an extended moratorium that will keep the lights on for hundreds of thousands of New Jersey residents. CBS2's Cory James reports.
COVID Pandemic Reshaping Holiday Shopping Season As Retailers Offer Major Deals In OctoberMajor retailers are kicking off Black Friday in October with major deals online, trying to lure families who may be more budget conscious. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
NYC Begins Major Crackdown In Hot Zones With Huge FinesA community activist was arrested and the city broke up a big rave party in Queens over the weekend. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
Nursing Pillow Consumer AlertA consumer alert for parents about the potential dangers of nursing pillows.
Gov. Cuomo Unveils 'Cluster Action Initiative'The complicated plan was met by a protest on Tuesday night in Borough Park, Brooklyn. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
Small Business Owners In Cluster Zip Codes Fearing The Worst If Another Shutdown Hits Parts Of NYCGov. Andrew Cuomo believes mass gatherings are the priority right now to curb the recent increase in positive COVID-19 cases. But, as CBS2's Lisa Rozner reported, there is also fear that restaurants and small businesses in cluster zip codes could face a second shutdown.
NYC's 'Neighborhood Rewind' Awaiting Cuomo's ApprovalUnder the plan, the city would impose restrictions on the nine neighborhoods that are currently experiencing a spike in COVID-19 cases. That includes closing schools and forcing restaurants to only offer takeout and delivery. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
Supporters Lend Helping Hand To Struggling 92-Year-Old Brooklyn DinerKellogg's Diner is a staple in the community and now a GoFundMe page has been created to get the eatery the financial help it needs. CBSN New York's Dave Carlin reports
Restrictions Coming To Zip Codes With High Positivity RatesMayor de Blasio said the decision will impact nine areas of Brooklyn and Queens, including schools and businesses. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports.
Ford Issues Recall On Over 700,000 VehiclesFord is issuing a recall on more than 700,000 vehicles because of problems with back-up cameras.
Concerns Grow Over COVID-19 Clusters In Brooklyn, QueensOfficials are warning if the rate of positivity doesn't come down back down, there could be restrictions put in place in up to 12 neighborhoods. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports
Health Officials: COVID-19 Becoming An Issue In Brooklyn, QueensBusiness owners are concerned that a second wave of the pandemic could close their doors again, and this time for good. CBS2's Cory James reports
CBS2 Finds Out Some Of The Heating Guidelines For Outdoor Dining In NYCReporter Cory James has the information restaurant owners and patrons have been requesting for months.
NYC Council Approves COVID-19 Restaurant SurchargeThe 10% add-on is optional. Some restaurant owners welcome it, while others say it's unfair to customers. CBS2's Cory James reports
N.Y. Attorney General Annouces Settlement With Dunkin’ Over Security BreachThe company was accused of failing to notify nearly 20,000 customers that their accounts had been compromised.
Seinfeld Joins Sen. Schumer In Fight To Save Live Performance Entertainment IndustryThe TV legend and the lawmaker are trying to get the federal government to provide desperately needed funding for the many businesses that may face extinction due to the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Lisa Rozner has the story.