Basketball Star Battling Brain Tumor To Attend Duke GameIt's a dream come true for a New Jersey teenager. Make-A-Wish New Jersey staged a special assembly for 16-year-old Antonio Sellers.
Classroom Experiment Aims To Show Teens The Dangers Of VapingIt's a trend most medical experts are calling an epidemic -- teenagers using e-cigarettes without knowing the harm it's doing to their bodies. Now, a Catholic school in Brooklyn is giving them a reality check; CBS2's John Dias reports.
Coronavirus Precautions: Travelers Urged To Check For Advisories Before Making PlansYou may want to check the state department's website before making travel arrangements in the coming weeks and months. Advisories are being added in response to the spread of the coronavirus; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Some NJ School Districts Say Proposed School Budget Hurts Their CommunitiesNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says his school budget proposal will save taxpayers money in some districts, but those who live in districts that would lose money say the budget hurts their communities; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Bloomberg Wants Sanders To Release Heart Health InformationDemocratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg is sharing the health of his heart.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Proposes Terrorism Law To Combat Hate CrimesGov. Andrew Cuomo says he has a plan to fight hate crimes. It's a bill called "No Hate In Our State."
7-Year-Old Girl Attacked By Dog On Upper West SideA 7-year-old girl was mauled by a dog on the Upper West Side on Thursday afternoon.
Queens Teacher Accused Of Sexually Abusing 9-Year-Old Student With AutismPolice say a Queens teacher sexually abused a 9-year-old special needs student at school; CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Black History Month: Apollo Theater Continues To Cultivate New Talent With Amateur NightAs we continue to celebrate Black History Month, we're shining a spotlight on the brightest stage: the Apollo Theater. The Harlem landmark is not only rich in history, every week it continues to cultivate new talent; CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Enlists Billy Idol For Anti-Idling CampaignMayor Bill de Blasio wants you to turn off your car and truck engine while parked, and to send the message, the city enlisted the help of a rock legend; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Man Accused In Rockland County Library Guard Stabbing Death Appears Before JudgeThe brother of a slain library security guard says he felt a rush of pain and anger in court Thursday morning. He was there as the homeless man accused of the shocking stabbing death appeared before a Rockland County judge; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Coronavirus Precautions: Disaster Preparedness Expert Assesses If The U.S. Is Ready For An OutbreakThere is still widespread anxiety about the ability of local and federal governments to deal with the coronavirus should an outbreak become widespread in this country; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez spoke with a national expert on disaster preparedness.
Coronavirus Update: Health Officials Trying To Trace New Confirmed Case In U.S.A new confirmed case of the coronavirus in the United States has health officials scrambling to connect the dots; CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
3 Workers Hurt In Scaffolding Collapse In WilliamsburgThree construction workers were injured in a scaffolding collapse in Brooklyn on Thursday; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Black History Month: Apollo Theater Marks 86th Year Of Amateur NightThe longest-running talent show in America has a long-standing tradition since 1934 to have every performer rub a cherished treasure for good luck. CBSN New York's Steve Overmyer reports.
Time Out New York Weekend: The Wild Film Festival, Sun Ra Concert, Pazole FestivalTime Out New York's Will Gleason joined CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez to review what events are happening in NYC this weekend including the Wild Film Festival, a Sun Ra memorial show and a celebration of a beloved Mexican dish.
Brooklyn Catholic School Fighting Epidemic Of Teens' Toxic Use Of E-CigarettesStudents at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School in Clinton Hill are applying science to real world scenarios including an experiment to help educate them to see the real dangers of vaping. CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Family Of Slain Library Guard Come Face-To-Face With Man Accused Of Killing HerThursday morning for the first time the family of the Rockland County Library security guard stabbed to death on Feb. 18 confronted the homeless man charged with murder. CBSN New York's Tony Aiello reports.
Kathleen Barber On Books "Follow Me" & "Truth Be Told"The Simon & Schuster author discusses her new book "Follow Me" and explains how her first novel got turned into the Apple+ series "Truth Be Told" with Octavia Spencer and Aaron Paul. #Interview #KathleenBarber
Billy Idol, Mayor Bill de Blasio Anti-Idling EventRocker Billy Idol and Mayor Bill de Blasio are joining forces to unveil a new "Billy Never Idles" anti-idling campaign.
New York Weather: 2/27 Afternoon Weather HeadlinesCBS2's Elise Finch has a look at the weather headlines.
Coney Island's Luna Park Reveals Name Of Its Newest AttractionThe new Sky Chaser ropes course will open in the coming months. It's a 60-foot tall structure with different activity levels meant to challenge people both mentally and physically.
Mayor Bill De Blasio, Billy Idol Unveil Anti-Idling CampaignRocker Billy Idol was on hand as Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled the "Billy Never Idles" anti-idling program.
Coronavirus Update: First U.S. 'Community Transmission' Case Sparks Concern As Tri-State Leaders Say They're PreparedThere are now more than 82,000 confirmed coronavirus cases globally. Sixty are in the United States. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.