MTA Considering Severe Service Cuts, New Fare And Toll HikesThe MTA is considering severe service cuts, along with new fare and toll hikes, as they try to close a $12 billion budget gap; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
6 New Jersey Families Welcomed Into New Homes With Help From Habitat For Humanity"Home for the holidays" is taking on new meaning for six families in New Jersey after Habitat for Humanity completed their brand new condos; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
NYPD Gives Away Turkeys To Throggs Neck Houses ResidentsResidents of a housing complex in the Bronx got a special delivery Wednesday from the NYPD.
2 Men Facing Charges After Hostage Situation In QueensTwo men are facing charges after an intense standoff with police in Queens on Tuesday. They're accused of holding several people hostage, including a baby; CBS2's John Dias reports.
Man Accused In Flamethrower Incident Turns Himself InA man who was seen firing a flamethrower on top of a city bus surrendered himself to police Wednesday.
COVID In Connecticut: Nov. 18, 2020More than 2,000 new coronavirus cases have been reported in Connecticut.
New Jersey Cities Considering Shutdown Plan As COVID Cases GrowIn New Jersey, some school systems are going remote and one city is thinking about issuing a stay-at-home order; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
More Restrictions Could Be Coming To NYC As COVID Cases RiseCoronavirus closures in New York City may not stop at just schools. More restrictions could be coming citywide; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
NYC Catholic Schools Will Remain Open Despite Public School ClosureCatholic schools across the city will remain open.
NYC Schools Switching To All-Remote LearningNew York City public schools are now going all remote, starting Thursday. The mayor announced Wednesday that the city's seven-day average hit 3%, triggering the closure of the schools' buildings; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Announces NYC Public Schools Switching To All-Remote LearningNew York City public schools will switch to all-remote learning. Mayor Bill de Blasio held a news conference to discuss the decision.
New York City Public Schools Switching To All-Remote LearningNew York City public schools will switch to all-remote learning starting Thursday. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Gives COVID UpdateGovernor Andrew Cuomo held a news conference to discuss the state's coronavirus response as New York City was poised to announce public schools were switching to all-remote learning.
People Magazine Names Michael B. Jordan 2020's Sexiest Man AliveThe 33-year-old Newark native is an actor and producer, best known for his roles in films like "Just Mercy" and "Black Panther."
Video Shows Suspect's Violent Getaway That Left An NYPD Detective InjuredThe confrontation happened at 45th Street and 8th Avenue in Midtown. Video shows the suspect sideswipe the detective while speeding away.
Election 2020: Democrat Thomas Suozzi Declared Winner In N.Y.’s 3rd Congressional DistrictSuozzi had 53%, Republican challenger George Santos 47%, and Libertarian candidate Howard Rabin took 1%.
MTA Outlines Big Budget Cutsbig budgets cuts could be coming to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, impacting jobs and service. That is, unless the federal government steps in. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Pfizer Says Its COVID Vaccine Is 95% EffectivePfizer said Wednesday that a final assessment of trial data on the COVID-19 vaccine it developed in conjunction with German company BioNTech showed it was 95% effective, and that it would apply for emergency use authorization with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration "within days." CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
NJ Transit Train Crashes Into Car On Tracks In HackensackIt happened shortly before 8 a.m. on the Pascack Valley Line at the Clinton Place grade crossing. As CBS2’s Meg Baker reports, it was the second crash in Hackensack in two weeks.
Exclusive Video Shows Negotiation During Queens Hostage SituationTwo men were arrested Wednesday after police say they broke into a Queens family’s home and held several people hostage. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Eric Adams Announces Run For MayorAfter months of speculation, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is making an announcement about his political future.
NYPD: Suspects In Custody After Holding People HostagePolice say they have arrested two men who allegedly broke into a Queens home and held the family hostage. Officers spent much of the night negotiating with the suspects. CBS2's John Dias has the latest from the scene.
Witnesses Say Man With Flamethrower On City Bus Was Shooting Music VideoThe NYPD is looking for a man seen shooting a flamethrower while standing on the roof of a city bus; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
President Trump Fires Top Cybersecurity ExpertThe election battle in Michigan leads to an about-face on vote counting while President Donald Trump fires a top cybersecurity expert; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.