The coronavirus vaccine is dwindling, but Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to make sure all New Yorkers are able to get their shots; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Press Conference: NYPD Officials Provide Update After 2 Officers Shot In BrooklynTwo NYPD officers were shot after responding to a 911 call in Brooklyn. Officials released bodycam footage of the encounter. Both officers are expected to be OK.
Gov. Cuomo Visits Javits Center Vaccination SiteGov. Andrew Cuomo visits mass COVID vaccination site at Javits Center in Manhattan.
NYC Mayor On Reopening High SchoolsNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announces reopening date for public high schools and all school sports.
Sen. Schumer Discusses COVID Relief BillSen. Chuck Schumer discussed the $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill that was just passed in the U.S. Senate.
Rochester Police Facing Questions After Woman Pepper-SprayedRochester Police are facing questions after an officer pepper-sprayed an African-American woman in front of her young child.
Fruit Stand Worker Says He Could Have Been Killed In East Side CrashAn outdoor dining spot was leveled after a car crash Friday on the East Side. Several people were injured in that crash, including one man who believes he could have been killed; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Rally Held In Queens Following Attacks On Asian AmericansA Queens neighborhood held a rally Saturday in solidarity with the Asian-American community.
Police: Child Critically Injured After Getting Hit By FDNY TruckA child was seriously injured after getting hit by an FDNY ladder truck Saturday.
19-Year-Old Woman Found Dead Inside Abandoned Building In Financial DistrictA woman was found dead inside a building in the Financial District on Saturday.
Multi-Vehicle Crash Injures 7, Destroys Outdoor Dining Structure In ManhattanSeveral people are hospitalized, including two children, after a multi-vehicle crash sent debris flying through the air during the morning commute in Manhattan. CBSN New York's Kiran Dhillon reports from the scene.
Multiple Injuries After Car Slams Into Structure In ManhattanMultiple people are injured after a car crashed into what is believed to be an outdoor dining structure in Manhattan. CBSN New York's Kiran Dhillon reports from the scene.
Tony Award Winner Ben Vereen On Bringing Broadway BackHe’s a Tony award winning star of Broadway, TV and movies. You know from the musicals "Pippin," "Jesus Christ Superstar" and "Fosse," the TV mini series "Roots" and much more. CBSN New York's Dave Carlin brings him to Shubert Alley to talk about Broadway.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily Coronavirus BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds daily briefing as Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine arrives in New York City.
Gov. Cuomo Addresses Sexual Harassment AllegationsNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo holds first public briefing amid sexual harassment allegations.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily COVID BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds daily briefing on coronavirus response and vaccine rollout in New York City.
No Hate Crime Charges In Stabbing Of Asian Man In Lower ManhattanControversy is brewing over the Manhattan district attorney's decision not to bring a hate crime charge in the stabbing of an Asian-American man in Lower Manhattan. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner has the story.
COVID 1 Year Later: NYC Once Epicenter Of Virus Outbreak In U.S.CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas offers a glimpse of the pandemic's deadly impact on the five boroughs.
COVID 1 Year Later: Vaccine And Road AheadCBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has a look at the various vaccines and their efficacy as Americans hope and pray the shots will lead to life returning as normal sooner rather than later.
COVID 1 Year Later: Confusion And Chaos During Initial Months Of PandemicCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has a look at the virus' origin and how it spread around the world.
COVID 1 Year Later: NYC Once The Epicenter Of U.S. OutbreakCBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas offers a glimpse of the pandemic's deadly impact on the five boroughs.
COVID 1 Year Later: What's Next For Long-Haulers?Some people are still dealing with long-term effects from coronavirus even though the virus has left their bodies. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
COVID 1 Year Later: Essential Workers Kept NYC, Tri-State Area In BusinessCBS2's Alice Gainer has more on the delivery workers and others who put their own health at risk to make sure you received services.
COVID 1 Year Later: Dealing With Food InsecurityAs CBS2's Vanessa Murdock explains, many people struggled to eat properly during the pandemic. Many food pantries and other charitable organizations stepped in to fill that void.
New Jersey Woman Helps People Experiencing Homelessness Through Community Kindness ClosetEvery day, a New Jersey woman travels to Newark to help people experiencing homelessness, but Tuesday, she took it a step further. She offered for them to spend a day out of the cold and take them to a place they could feel the warmth from the community; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.