Jeffrey Reynolds On Helping Seniors Feel Less Alone During The HolidaysJeffrey Reynolds is the CEO of Family and Children's Association. He offers up many points about how to make seniors feel less alone during Thanksgiving and the holidays.
Man Charged With Manslaughter In High-Speed Crash That Killed Queens Hospital WorkerA man who prosecutors say was driving 97 mph when he caused a fatal crash in Queens has been charged with vehicular manslaughter, drunken driving and other crimes.
Caught On Video: Attempted Robbery At Bronx StoreAn attempted armed robbery was caught on camera inside a store in the Bronx. (Credit: NYPD)
NYPD: 14-Year-Old With Autism Robbed, Punched In Lower ManhattanPolice say two people attacked and robbed a teenager who has autism in Lower Manhattan on Nov. 13, 2020. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Mets Welcome New Owner, CEO Steve CohenThe New York Mets' new owner, Steve Cohen, and president, Sandy Alderson, held their first press conference since the team's sale Tuesday.
NYPD: Bronx Suspect Got Into 89-Year-Old Woman's Apartment Through Unlocked Door, Robbed Her In BedroomWhen the suspect encountered the woman in her bedroom, he grabbed her arm, threw her on the bed and demanded money, police said.
Struggling Queens Business Owners Say Summonses, Fines Over COVID-19 Guidelines Are 'Unfair'Business owners already struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic are getting hit again, this time with summonses and fines for not following COVID guidelines. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Police Seek Suspects Accused Of Carjacking, Slashing In BrooklynPolice are looking for two carjacking suspects who allegedly slashed a driver before stealing his vehicle in Brooklyn on Oct. 11, 2020. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
More Than 2,000 Inmates Released Early From New Jersey State Prisons In Effort To Prevent Coronavirus SpreadGov. Murphy signed off on the effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, but some say it was a rushed political move. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
New Video: Attorney Randy Mastro's Apartment VandalizedPolice continue to search for the suspects who vandalized attorney Randy Mastro's townhouse on the Upper East Side. (Credit: NYPD)
Caught On Camera: Passenger Sprays Cab Driver With Unknown Substance, Brandishes Knife In The BronxPolice are searching for an individual accused of spraying a cab driver in the face with an unknown substance and brandishing a knife at him on Oct. 11, 2020. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
NYPD: Suspects Stole Car Keys, Slashed Victim With Razor Blade In The BronxThe NYPD is trying to identify two people spotted on surveillance video and wanted in connection to a robbery involving a razor blade in the Bronx.
Police Investigating String Of Cell Phone Store Thefts Across NYCPolice are searching for three individuals in connection to a string of thefts at cell phone stores in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Remembering Stephen Siller, Hero Who Gave His Life To Save Others On 9/11Siller's bravery inspired his family to start the Tunnel to Towers Foundation in his honor. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Joe Bianca Of Thoroughbred Daily News Talks Swiss Skydiver's Win At The PreaknessJoe Bianca, associate editor of Thoroughbred Daily News, discusses the 2020 Preakness with CBS2's Steve Overmyer. Swiss Skydiver is the first filly to win a Triple Crown race since Rachel Alexandria did it in 2009.
Man Wanted In Connection To Multiple Violent Robberies In QueensPolice are searching for a man wanted in connection to seven robberies and attempted robberies that took place in Queens between Sept. 23-30, 2020. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Catering Hall Owners Plead For Gov. Cuomo To Allow Weddings To Resume; Venues On 'Brink Of Bankruptcy'Catering hall owners on Long Island gathered Friday, pleading with the governor to allow them to resume larger weddings and other lifecycle events. On the brink of ruin, they say they can safely reopen; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Selden, N.Y Community Surprises Disabled Marine With New, State Of The Art HouseA disabled Marine who is in a wheelchair but filled with a boundless energy for life says he has brand new outlook and gratitude to the community around him; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
New York City Church Communities Teaming Up To Register Voters Before Oct. 9 DeadlineSome historic churches in New York City are teaming up to get people registered to vote. Next Friday, Oct. 9, is the final day to register; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Brooklyn Lawmakers Renew Push To Pass State Bills Targeting Gun TraffickersBrooklyn lawmakers are renewing a push to get illegal guns off the street. It comes as the NYPD is increasing arrests and seizures; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
September Job Growth Drops From Summer Months, Sectors Suffering From Pandemic Slowdown Hit HardThe final jobs report before the November election is now out, and it shows more than 600,000 jobs were added in September, but that's lower than some estimates. Sectors already suffering from the pandemic slowdown were especially hard hit; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Police Seek Suspect In Unprovoked Upper West Side AttackPolice are searching for a man in connection to an unprovoked attack that happened on the Upper West Side on Oct. 1, 2020. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Video: Woman Abandons 20 Cats At Monmouth County SPCASurveillance video shows a woman driving a black Mazda CX-7 up to the building. She then pulls several crates out of the trunk, and left them at the SPCA's doors. There was no food and water left with the crates, though there was a note indicating that the cats caretaker had passed away.
Brooklyn Municipal Building To Be Renamed For Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgThe Brooklyn Municipal Building is being renamed after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Katie Johnston reports.