Comedy Legend Carl Reiner Dies At 98The world of comedy and entertainment has lost a legend. Carl Reiner passed away at the age of 98.
Amid National Protests, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Has Been Spreading Message Of InclusionCBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has more on the work of Alvin Ailey and promoting inclusion through dance.
CT Woman Finds Bear Raiding PantryA Connecticut woman came home to find a black bear in her kitchen.
Missing Woman May Be In Tri-State AreaPolice believe a missing Boston-area woman may be in New York or Connecticut.
Robbery Caught On Camera In Kips BayPolice are searching for a man seen on video putting a woman into a chokehold and then stealing her bag.
Gunman Opens Fire On Harlem StreetPolice are searching for a man in a wheelchair who was seen on video opening fire on a Harlem street.
Mayor De Blasio, City Council Reach Budget DealToday is the final day of budget negotiations for New York City, and the NYPD is facing a $1 billion cut in funding. CBS2's Christina Fan has the details.
New York Weather: More Shower ChancesCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastLonnie Quinn has the latest on what your Fourth of July forecast will look like.
NYC Begins Unannounced Fireworks DisplaysIn the ramp up to July 4 and the Macy's show, the city is conducting nightly fireworks shows this week, but you won't be told where specifically in an attempt to keep people from gathering due to the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
Police Release Images Of George Washington Statue VandalsNew video shows images of two suspects wanted in connection splattering Washington Square Park's iconic arch. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports
Man Gunned Down In Crown HeightsGun Violence in New York City continued Monday with the fatal shooting of a young man in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
Indoor Dining On Hold In N.J., NYC May Do The SameDue to coronavirus outbreaks across the country, New Jersey is delaying allowing indoor dining during its next stage of reopening. New York City is considering a similar move, with an announcement expected this week. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports
Proposed Budget Cuts Would Pull More Than 100 Counselors From Schools In Low-Income CommunitiesThe end of the academic year has been rough for the Bronx Academy of Letters. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Police Looking For Vandals Who Targeted Iconic Washington Square Park ArchInvestigators say two men threw balloons filled with red paint at the two statues of George Washington that stand on either side of the arch.
Two Of The City's Most Beloved Sculptures Sporting New LookThe New York City Public Library put face masks on the marble lions, Patience and Fortitude on Monday.
Woman Hospitalized After Getting Hit By Tree Branch In BrooklynThe 71-year-old woman was walking to the store with her son and a friend when a large branch fell on top of them.
Day Camps Open In New York, Several Challenges Remain In COVID-19 EraKids on the Upper East Side attended their first day of camp at Asphalt Green. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Tonight's Forecast From CBS2Lonnie Quinn has tonight's updated forecast from CBS New York.
New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission Inspection Stations Reopen To Long LinesNew Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission inspections stations started to reopen Monday for vehicle inspections and road tests for licenses.
Broadway Suspends Performances Through Remainder Of 2020Bad news, theater fans. Broadway will remain closed for the rest of the year.
Max Minute: No Medical Conditions That Should Prevent Mask Wearing In PublicPublic health experts say the evidence is clear, the difference is primarily social distancing and wearing masks in public. Yet there are people who still refuse to wear masks, claiming a medical exemption. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Social Worker: Clinicians Should Take Lead When NYPD Responds To Calls Involving People With Mental IllnessSupporters of police reform say homeless outreach should not be the responsibility of the NYPD. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Down To The Wire For New York City’s Budget; De Blasio Says $9 Billion In Revenue ‘Has Evaporated’ Due To PandemicMayor Bill de Blasio and the City Council are poised to strike a budget deal that includes deep cuts to the NYPD, takes a healthy chunk from the Department of Education, and trims spending across the board. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.

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