President Trump Discusses First U.S. Coronavirus DeathPresident Donald Trump was joined by Vice President Mike Pence and other administration officials to discuss the first U.S. coronavirus death. The president also discussed a peace deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Q&AGov. Andrew Cuomo took questions about infrastructure, coronavirus, the Islanders and bail reform.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo NY Islanders AnnouncementGov. Andrew Cuomo and NY Islanders players and NHL leadership were on hand to make an announcement about the Islanders returning to Nassau Coliseum.
Black History Month: The Night Ella Fitzgerald Came To Apollo's Amateur Night A Nobody And Left As A LegendMany stars became discovered thanks to Amateur Night at the Apollo, but none have had as big or as lasting impact on modern music as Ella Fitzgerald. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
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 Jersey Gov. Murphy On School Funding Increases In 2021 Budget ProposalGov. Phil Murphy on Thursday visited Bound Brook High School to announce state school aid funding for his Fiscal Year 2021 budget proposal that provides $16.3 billion to support New Jersey schools.
Nassau County Police Discuss Officer-Involved Shooting In QueensNassau County Police Chief Patrick Ryder held a news conference to discuss a police-involved shooting that took place in Queens.
Mayor De Blasio Signs Bill Aimed At Cracking Down On Repeat Reckless DriversThe new law comes with a severe punishment: The city could take away the driver’s vehicle.
MTA Officials Announce Sarah Feinberg As Interim Transit PresidentMTA officials announced Sarah Feinberg will serve as the interim president of New York City Transit.
City Council Considers BQE ChangesNew York City Council's Transportation Committee will hold a hearing today to discuss a new report, which suggests big changes in the future for the Brooklyn Queens Expressway.
NYC Comptroller Stringer Worried About Pollution From Cruise ShipsMore than a million passengers flock to New York City to board cruises from Manhattan and Brooklyn to other locations around the world, but New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer says there is a serious health cost.
FDNY Mourns Loss Of Another 9/11 Firefighter, Danny FoleyLieutenant Mickey Conboy of Rescue Company 3 in the Bronx talks about the death of 9/11 firefighter Danny Foley on Sunday, Feb. 23.
Cuomo: JCC Bomb Threats Under InvestigationGov. Andrew Cuomo confirmed multiple Jewish community centers across the state were emailed anonymous bomb threats on Sunday, prompting the JCC in the capital to be evacuated.
Sen. Schumer Warns TSA Still Using Vulnerable TikTok AppSen. Charles Schumer warned on Sunday that the Transportation Security Agency continued to use the China-owner TikTop app, a platform the agency denies using.
Mayor de Blasio Unveils Plan To Help Small BusinessesMayor Bill de Blasio announced New York City is eliminating some fines for first time violations for small businesses and expanding the amount of time businesses will have to cure violations.
Westchester DA On Peekskill Officer ArrestedWestchester County District Attorney Anthony Scarpino Jr. discusses the recent arrest of Peekskill Officer Michael Agovino for allegedly sexually abusing a woman with a learning disability while on duty.
NYPD: Boy Robbed On Bronx PlaygroundA 14-year-old boy was beaten and robbed this week on a Bronx playground. (Credit: NYPD)
Yemeni Leaders Speak Out On Deadly Bronx ShootingsFamily members and leaders from the Yemeni American Merchants Association called for justice after two men - a bodega clerk and a deli worker - were shot dead in separate incidents within five days in the Bronx.
Spring Valley Community Remembers Slain Library Security Guard Sandra WilsonAuthorities say 25-year-old Blanchard Glaudin is facing second-degree murder charges after Spring Valley police say he killed a security guard inside the Finkelstein Memorial Library yesterday afternoon. Witnesses say he charged into the building and repeatedly stabbed 53-year-old Sandra Wilson.
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Police Seek Man In Shooting Of 43-Year-Old In East HarlemInvestigators say 43-year-old Purell Gowie was found unconscious and unresponsive with a gunshot wound in his chest in front of 228 East 116 Street in East Harlem on Feb. 12. Police are looking for an individual described as approximately 18 to 25-years-old, last seen wearing a black jacket, blue jeans, a hooded sweatshirt with black-and-white sneakers.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Blasts Trump Plan To Eliminate Bomb-Sniffing Dog Teams At NYC Transit HubsSen. Chuck Schumer called out a Trump administration budget on Sunday that would eliminate all funding for VIPR dog teams that help police Penn Station, JFK and LaGuardia airports and other transit hubs around the New York area.
Police: Rashaun Weaver, 14, Arrested, Indicted In Murder Of Tessa MajorsAuthorities announced the arrest and indictment of Rashaun Weaver, 14, in the stabbing death of 18-year-old Barnard College student Tessa Majors.
Mets On Houston Astros Scandal: Davis Feels 'Ashamed,' Marisnick Knew 'Something Was Going Too Far'Two current Mets who are former players of the 40-man Houston Astros roster that won a World Series are now apologizing for their role in their former team's sign-stealing scandal. CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.