Plan To Paint 'Black Lives Matter' Mural On 5th Avenue PostponedWorkers were set to start painting a "Black Lives Matter" mural on Fifth Avenue on Thursday, but the project was postponed at the last minute.
Mount Sinai Doctors, Scientists Investigate Health Conditions In Communities Of ColorA staggering number of people sick and dead in communities of color highlights health disparities in America. Doctors and scientists from Mount Sinai are going into the hardest hit communities to try to identify the conditions that lead to thousands of deaths; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
NYC Businesses Continue To Struggle Even As Unemployment Rate FallsA better-than-expected 4.8 million jobs were added in June and the unemployment rate fell to just over 11%, but many businesses continue to struggle; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Father Of 2-Year-Old Slashed By Stranger Speaks Out About Frightening IncidentA toddler was targeted in a random attack while out with his babysitter in the city. Police say a man slashed the child in the face. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge spoke to the boy's father.
Police Arrest Suspect In Brooklyn Illegal Fireworks FirePolice arrested a man accused of setting off illegal fireworks that burned down a house in Brooklyn.
Ghislaine Maxwell In Federal Custody In Connection To Jeffrey Epstein InvestigationJeffrey Epstein's longtime confidante is expected to appear in federal court after she was arrested by the FBI. Ghislaine Maxwell is accused of helping Epstein recruit and sexually assault three girls; Nancy Chen reports for CBS2.
Alternate Side Parking Suspended For 1 WeekMayor Bill de Blasio says alternate side parking rules will be suspended for one week.
Staten Island Ferry To Resume Rush Hour ServiceThe Staten Island Ferry will resume rush hour service as more people head back to work.
Some NYC Streets Open To Restaurants On WeekendsMayor Bill de Blasio announced an addition to the city's Open Streets program Thursday.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Planning For NYC Students To Return To Classrooms In Fall 2020Mayor Bill de Blasio says New York City students will be back in classrooms this fall, but will Gov. Andrew Cuomo allow it? CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Recreational Facilities Reopen In New JerseyMore restrictions were lifted in New Jersey on Thursday. Bowling alleys, casinos and other recreational facilities can welcome patrons again; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Brooklyn Fireworks FireThe FDNY released this footage of a fire in Brooklyn caused by a firework launched into an open window.
Gov. Murphy Gives Latest Update On Coronavirus In New JerseyGov. Phil Murphy gives update on coronavirus as casinos, amusement parks and more reopen in New Jersey
New York Weather: CBS2 7/2 Afternoon UpdateElise Finch has the updated afternoon forecast from CBS New York for July 2, 2020.
Support For Diversity And Social Justice Leading To Increased Interest In Works By Black ArtistsBlack artists are reaching new audiences through social media and other platforms.
Newark Mayor Announces Lead Levels In Water Dropped SignificantlyMayor Ras Baraka said a new chemical added to the water contributed to the latest test results.
3-Story Building Collapse Sends People Scrambling For Cover In Brooklyn: ‘I Thought It Was An Explosion’One person suffered minor injuries, but neighbors breathed a sigh of relief knowing it could have been much worse. CBS2's John Dias reports.
New Jersey Reopens Casinos, Amusement Parks And More In Time For July 4th WeekendBusinesses must operate at only 25% capacity with proper safety measures in place, and face coverings are required. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Latest Jobs Report Shows Encouraging News Since March, April Job LossesThe Labor Department says a better than expected 4.8 million jobs were added in June
Jeffrey Epstein Confidante Ghislaine Maxwell Arrested By FBIMaxwell was accused by many women of recruiting them to give Epstein massages, during which they were pressured into sex. Those accusations, until now, never resulted in criminal charges.
New York City Schools Preparing For ‘Maximum Number’ Of Students To Return In September, Mayor SaysMayor Bill de Blasio cited a Department of Education survey that collected responses from more than 450,000 families. He said 75% supported returning to school in the fall.
Mayor De Blasio Delivers Thursday's BriefingNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio delivers his latest update on the coronavirus and reopening.
2 Men Shot To Death In Parked CarTwo men were found shot to death in a parked car overnight in the Bronx.
Search For Suspect In Staten Island Burglary SpreePolice are searching for a man they say broke into more than a dozen businesses on Staten Island.