What Are The Yankees And Mets’ Chances In A Shortened MLB Season?As MLB approaches opening day of a 60-game season, CBS2’s Steve Overmyer breaks down the Yankees and Mets’ chances against the AL East and NL East. Katie Johnston reports.
Web Extra: Full Interview With Gov. Phil MurphyCBS2's Nick Caloway spoke with New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy about progress about reopening, the expanding travel advisory, long lines as in-person service returns at MVC offices and more.
Police Looking For Man Linked To Stabbing Attack On 70-Year-Old Subway RiderAccording to police, the unidentified man approached the victim with a sharp object, got into an argument with him, then stabbed him in the left buttocks.
Joey Chestnut Breaks Record Putting Away 75 Hot Dogs In Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating ContestEating champion Joey Chestnut spoke with CBS2's Steve Overmyer shortly after winning his 13th Yellow Mustard Belt.
Web Extra: Hear More From NCSI ParticipantsWe don't often see kids playing football with police officers, but that's a huge part of a mentoring program called "Neighborhood Coordination School Initiative" or NCSI. Hear more from the participants in the program, and why they say it has been so important.
Bronx Laundromat Groping SuspectThe NYPD wants your help finding this man, who they say groped a 67-year-old woman in a Bronx laundromat on May 28, 2020.
Brooklyn Fireworks FireThe FDNY released this footage of a fire in Brooklyn caused by a firework launched into an open window.
Oura CEO Harpreet Rai Discusses Working With NBA To Provide Oura Rings For PlayersThe NBA has signed a deal to provide every player with Oura Rings, wearable tech that measures temperature, heart rate and more. The organization is hoping the rings will help identify players with coronavirus symptoms. Oura CEO Harpreet Rai talked to CBS2's Steve Overmyer.
NYPD: Suspect Caught On Camera Punching 78-Year-Old Woman In HeadSurveillance video shows the suspect walked towards the woman, then punched her in the head when she was next to him.
Thoroughbred Daily News Associate Editor Joe Bianca On The Belmont Stakes, Tiz The Law's Triple Crown ChancesCBS2's Steve Overmyer talked to Joe Bianca, the associate editor of The Thoroughbred Daily News, about this year's unusual Belmont Stakes, Tiz The Law, the Triple Crown and more.
Police Looking For Man In Brooklyn Subway Station AssaultThe NYPD is looking for a man caught on camera attacking a 66-year-old woman at the Euclid Avenue station in Brooklyn.
NYPD Searching For Man Connected To Bronx Church VandalismThe NYPD is asking for help identifying a man caught on camera throwing himself through the glass front door of St. Brendan’s Church
Harlem Skateboard Assault VideoThe NYPD wants your help finding the man who bashed a woman in the face with a skateboard, knocking her out. Anyone with information is asked to call 1-800-577-TIPS.
NYPD Looking For Suspect Seen Throwing Rock Through Glass Door, Breaking Into Hardware Store In BronxPolice are asking for help identifying a man caught on camera connected to a robbery in the Bronx. Police say it happened around 10 p.m. on Saturday, June 6 at the Pelham Bay Discount and Hardware store on Westchester Avenue.
NYCFC CEO Brad Sims Addresses Return To Action, Supporting Black Lives MatterNYCFC CEO Brad Sims addressed the return to action on July 8 and also how NYCFC supports Black Lives Matter in an interview with CBS2's Steve Overmyer.
Pride Gives Back: Help LGBTQ+ Small Businesses In Los AngelesThis is Pride: Love. Unity. Strength. This year, Pride gives back. Help LGBTQ+ small businesses in Los Angeles. They need us, and we need them. For more information, go to http://NGLCC.org/Covid19
Pride Gives Back: Help San Francisco's LGBTQ+ Small BusinessesThis is Pride: Love. Unity. Strength. This year, Pride gives back. Help San Francisco's LGBTQ+ small businesses. They need us, and we need them. For more information, go to http://NGLCC.org/Covid19
Pride Gives Back: Help New York's LGBTQ+ Small BusinessesThis is Pride: Love. Unity. Strength. This year, Pride gives back. Help New York's LGBTQ+ small businesses. They need us, and we need them. For more information, go to http://NGLCC.org/Covid19
NYPD: Cellphone Store Break-In Caught On CameraPolice are trying to track down a group of suspects caught on camera breaking into a cellphone store in Brooklyn. (Credit: NYPD)
Web Extra: Steve Overmyer, Tim Britton And Jared Diamond On Baseball StalemateBaseball owners and players can't agree on terms to return to action. This stalemate threatens the possibility of even playing this season. Two of the most respected baseball writers in New York break down which side is more to blame and what is the most likely outcome.
Web Extra: Patty Steele Discusses Being A Cancer 'Thriver'Patty Steele has been a rock and roll radio legend in New York for over 30 years. She was diagnosed with breast cancer six years. She has a different take on what it means to be a survivor, and spoke with CBS2's John Elliott about it.
Memorial Service Held For George Floyd In BrooklynThousands filled Cadman Plaza as far as the eye could see to honor the life of George Floyd on June 4, 2020. (Credit: CBS2)
Mayor Bill De Blasio Addresses Saturday Night Protests Over George Floyd's DeathMayor Bill de Blasio spoke late on May 30, 2020, about violent protests in Brooklyn and Manhattan sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
NWSL Players Association Vice President Rachel Corsie On League's Upcoming Challenge CupThe National Women’s Soccer League has announced plans to become the first American team sport to return to action. They’re condensing the season into a 25-game Challenge Cup starting June 27 on CBS. The world’s top women’s soccer league will play all the games in Salt Lake City. CBS2's Steve Overmyer spoke with the players association’s VP and Utah defender Rachel Corsie about this return.