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.
Pride Gives Back: A Celebration Of Acceptance, Resilience And Bringing People TogetherLast year, we celebrated 50 years of World Pride.And this year, 2020 is the 50th anniversary of the NYC Pride March. Fifty years of acceptance, love, unity. This year, to show strength and unity. Pride is about helping the LGBTQ+ small businesses.
Brothers Back On Streets As Auxiliary OfficersThe NYPD’s Auxiliary police are being put back into service. CBS2’s Steve Overmyer has the story of one duo with a special bond.
Watch: Black Man Targeted By White Woman's Claims Of Threats In Central Park Speaks OutA video has gone viral and a woman has been fired from her job at a mutual fund firm after a confrontation in Central Park in which a black man asked her to follow the rules and keep her dog on a leash — to which she phoned police and reported he was threatening her life. Chris Cooper talked with CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis.
A Look At New York Sites Closed This Summer, And Which Still Plan To OpenMore and more camps are making difficult decisions about whether or not to open for the summer season. Until there is firm guidance from the states, it is up to the camps to decide, CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
NYPD: Doctor's Hotel Room BurglarizedA Texas doctor who came to New York City to help treat COVID-19 patients had thousands of dollars worth of valuables stolen from her Brooklyn hotel room, police say. (Credit: NYPD)
Laptops, iPhones, Cleaning Supplies Stolen From Bronx Community CenterTwo men are wanted in connection to a burglary at a Bronx community center. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Police: Man Accused Of Snatching $3,400 Chain At Bronx Subway StationPolice are trying to find a man accused of stealing another man's chain at a Bronx subway station on May 16, 2020. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
East Harlem Chokehold Assault Caught On VideoThe NYPD want your help identifying the suspect in an attack on a 64-year-old woman in East Harlem.
Chief of Patrol Fausto Pichardo Provides Update On Police-Involved Shooting In HarlemNYPD Chief of Patrol Fausto Pichardo provides an update on a police-involved shooting that happened in Harlem on May 20, 2020.
#CBSSalutesThere'll be better days. CBS Salutes all the frontline workers. Thank you for your dedication and sacrifice.
Crash On Route 3 In Rutherford Kills 5 People, Including ToddlerFive people, including a toddler, were killed in a crash last night in Rutherford, N.J. Fire crews and emergency vehicles surround what appears to be an SUV with its front end completely demolished, reports CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon.
Web Extra: St. Sen. Joseph Addabbo On Push To Pass Online Sports Betting In NYNew York State Senator Joseph Addabbo, Jr. spoke with CBS2's Steve Overmyer about Addabbo's push to pass a bill to allow online sports betting in the state.
The Story Of '65 Roses'It's a story that dates back to be your 1965, when a 4-year-old tried to pronounce his diagnosis of cystic fibrosis. Since that day, "65 Roses" is a term used in the CF community to inspire hope and help others. On June 5, join the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation as they celebrate 65 years of fighting for a cure, and the volunteers who have made progress possible. Go to CBSNewYork.com/CFF and see how you can help join this celebration.
NASCAR Driver Daniel Suarez Talks Upcoming Cup Series Race, Coronavirus Safety ProtocolsNASCAR driver Daniel Suarez spoke to CBS2's Steve Overmyer about the protocols NASCAR has created to make next weekend's race safe for the teams.