Prosecutors Call Medical Expert To Stand At Derek Chauvin Murder TrialA medical expert said the pressure former officer Derek Chauvin placed on George Floyd's neck made it impossible for him to breathe. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Mets Welcome Fans Back To Citi FieldFans filled Citi Field for the first time since Sept. 29, 2019 for the Mets 2021 home opener. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
New COVID Protocols For New York City SchoolsNew York City announced new guidelines to determine when public schools must close because of coronavirus cases. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Newark Family Devastated After Child Killed In House FireInvestigators said the 7-year-old boy's father and firefighters tried to save him, but they could not reach him in time. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Former NFL Player Suspected In South Carolina Mass ShootingAuthorities said Phillip Adams, who played for the New York Jets, was responsible for a mass shooting that left five people dead and another wounded.
President Biden Announces Gun Control MeasuresPresident Joe Biden called gun violence in America an "international embarrassment," as he announced executive actions in the wake of mass shootings. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
CBS: Dunn, Friend Will Not Return As Investigation ContinuesCBS Stations President Peter Dunn and Senior Vice President of News David Friend will not be returning to their positions. They were placed on administrative leave in January following allegations of racist, homophobic and sexist behavior. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Rep. Lee Zeldin Announces Run For GovernorNew York State Congressman Lee Zeldin is planning to run for governor in 2022.
Brooklyn Man Charged In 3 Hate CrimesA Brooklyn man is facing charges in three separate hate crimes against Asian Americans, police say.
Mets Fans Happy To Be Back For Home OpenerFans are back in the stands for the Mets home opener against the Miami Marlins. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports from Citi Field.
Expert Testimony Continues Into Cause Of George Floyd's DeathProsecutors in the Derek Chauvin murder trial are calling more experts to testify Thursday.
Gov. Murphy Signs Arts Relief BillNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed a new coronavirus relief law for arts and cultural venues throughout the state.
NYC Shares Updated Plan For COVID School ClosuresNew York City officials revealed a new plan for coronavirus-related school closures Thursday, replacing the so-called "2-case rule." CBS2's John Dias has the details.
Series Of Garbage Can Fires Across NYCA series of garbage can fires are under investigation throughout New York City.
7-Year-Old Boy Killed In Newark House FireA 7-year-old boy was killed in an early morning house fire Thursday in Newark. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports from the scene.
Mayor, Schools Chancellor Announce School Closure PlanMayor Bill de Blasio makes announcement with Schools Chancellor Meisha Ross Porter.
Citi Field Welcomes Back FansCiti Field will welcome back fans today for the Mets' home opener.
Gov. Cuomo Aides Details Sexual Harassment AllegationsThe governor is denying the allegations from an aide, who says he groped her. CBS2's John Dias has the details.
Cuomo Accuser Speaks Out In Newspaper About Alleged Groping At Governor's MansionThere are shocking new details from one of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's accusers. Her claims are the most serious sexual harassment allegations thus far; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
NJ Senator Sponsors Bill Requiring Department Of Labor To Assign Claims Handlers To Legislative OfficesDespite promising economic news, unemployment is still higher than it was a year ago, but help could be on the way for people in New Jersey who have been trying to get assistance and keep hitting a brick wall; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
NYPD Searching For Missing Brooklyn ManThe NYPD needs help finding a Brooklyn man who has gone missing.
Suspect Arrested In 2 Separate Anti-Asian Attacks In BrooklynA Brooklyn man is facing hate crime charges in two separate attacks against Asian Americans.
Peter Dunn, David Friend Will Not Be Returning To CBS As Investigation ContinuesThere is an update in the investigation into CBS Stations President Peter Dunn and Senior Vice President of News David Friend. Back in January, they were placed on administrative leave after accusations of racist, homophobic and sexist behavior. Wednesday, it was announced they are not returning; CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Vaccine Clinic Held In Movie Theater Lobby In Norwalk, ConnecticutIn Connecticut, people are now getting COVID vaccines at the movies.