Coronavirus Update: Gov. Cuomo Delivers Friday BriefingGov. Andrew Cuomo gives latest update on coronavirus in New York.
MTA Worker Punched In Face, Chased With Golf ClubPolice say an MTA worker was the victim of an assault earlier this week in Queens. (Credit: NYPD)
Kids Come Together In Music During Time Of IsolationThird-graders at St. Kevin’s Catholic Academy in Flushing created a musical collage of 19 students singing the words to “That’s What Friends Are For.” CBS2's Nina Kapur reports.
Coronavirus Update: How To Correctly Put On A Surgical MaskDr Mark Merlin is with MD1, a nonprofit group of ER physicians who go straight to the emergency site for patients, often assisting EMTs, He demonstrates to CBS2's Jessica Layton how to correctly and safely wear a surgical mask.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Holds Briefing On Coronavirus PandemicMayor Bill de Blasio holds a briefing on the coronavirus pandemic in New York City on April 2, 2020.
Governor Ned Lamont Provides Coronavirus Update In ConnecticutConnecticut Gov. Ned Lamont provided an update on coronavirus response in Connecticut.
How To Safely Remove Disposable Glovesf you're one of the many people wearing disposable gloves when you're out and about, it's important to know the correct method of taking them off to avoid inadvertently touching part of them which may be contaminated by Covid-19.
We Feel It TooWhen things get difficult, staying together and informed is always comforting. We may be scattered across the Tri-State, but we've never been so close. We understand. We're feeling it too. Remember, we're in this together.
We're In This TogetherThings just aren't the same. Life has been just so different. One thing stays the same: You are not alone. We're all still connected and we're going to get through stronger than ever. We're in this together.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Gives Update On Coronavirus PandemicMayor Bill de Blasio gives an update on the coronavirus pandemic in New York City on April 1, 2020.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Holds Briefing On Coronavirus PandemicMayor Bill de Blasio speaks on March 27, 2020, about New York City's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor De Blasio Gives Update On City's Response To PandemicNew York City Mayor Bill de Blaso shares an update on new numbers and measures being taken to slow the spread of COVID-19 infections.
Coronavirus Coverage: Stay With UsSTAY WITH US: Things are different now. Life is at a pause. Do what you can to social distance, and we know it's hard. At CBS2, we're taking every precaution to bring you the answers you need, but don't fear - we've here for you and we'll get through this together.
Coronavirus: Famed Chef Floyd Cardoz Dies From COVID-19 Illness At Age 59Celebrated food chef Floyd Cardoz, an innovator in New York’s dining scene, has died from illness related to COVID-19. He was 59-years-old. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Andrew Cumo Gives Coronavirus BriefingCuomo said current projections show about 15 percent of cases will require hospitalizations, and three percent will require ICU treatment.
Connecting Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic: Jennifer McLogan Checks In With Her FamilyCBS2's Jennifer McLogan checks in with her siblings across the globe to find out how they're coping during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Robert De Niro, Danny DeVito Urge New Yorkers To 'Stay At Home'Gov. Andrew Cuomo enlisted the help of A-list actors Robert De Niro and Danny DeVito to help spread the word about social distance and staying at home durign the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.
CBS2's Hazel Sanchez Practices 'Social DisDancing' With DaughterCBS2 reporter Hazel Sanchez shares a fun video of her practicing 'Social DisDancing,' with her 5-year-old daughter on TikTok to DJ Kool's Let Me Clear My Throat.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau County Exec Laura Curran Update On COVID-19Nassau County Executive Laura Curran shared an update on 1,029 new cases in her Long Island county, bringing the total there to 2,497 cases.
Volunteers Deliver Pizzas To Coronavirus Hospital WorkersAs medical personnel work day in and day out to take care of us in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, who’s taking care of them? Well, some New Yorkers put their heads together and put out a call for donations to "Feed our Frontline."
Health Officials Warn About Coronavirus And Substance AbuseDistributors say alcohol sales are booming as people stock up for the pandemic, but health officials worry it may lead to a spike in overdoses and suicides. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Police: Man Wanted For Groping 7-Year-Old GirlPolice are searching for a man they say inappropriately touched a little girl inside a Harlem store. (Credit: NYPD)
Couple Ties The Knot In Jail After Coronavirus Postpones WeddingWoman from Queens wedded to fiancé by North Carolina prison official after coronavirus cancels their wedding plans.
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Bill de Blasio Announces Spike In COVID-19 Cases In NYCMayor Bill de Blasio announced the number of active coronavirus cases in New York City had jumped to 3,615 confirmed cases citywide, including 22 deaths.