Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a vaccine mandate for all New York City municipal workers, including first responders.
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Suspect In Custody In Connection To Deadly Upper Manhattan Knife AttackThe suspect accused of attacking two people with a knife in Upper Manhattan, killing one, is in custody and facing charges; CBS2's Thalia Perez reports.
First Case Of Omicron Variant Reported In New JerseyThe first case of the Omicron variant has been confirmed in New Jersey.
DOJ Announces Investigation Into Mount Vernon Police DepartmentThe city of Mount Vernon and its police department are under investigation for an alleged pattern of discrimination.
Suffolk Officer Timothy Thrane Released From HospitalA Suffolk County police officer who was nearly killed by an alleged drunk driver was released from the hospital Friday.
Suffolk County Officials Share Update On Officer Timothy ThraneSuffolk County Police Officer Timothy Thrane released from hospital a month after being hit by alleged drunk driver on the job in Yaphank.
President Biden Attends National Christmas Tree LightingFor the first time, the 99th "National Christmas Tree Lighting" will air on CBS.
Gov. Murphy Takes Part In Jersey City Menorah LightingOn the fifth night of Chanukah, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy took part in a special menorah lighting.
Federal Hearing Focuses On Conditions At Rikers IslandNew York City attorneys, a federal monitor and others met Thursday with a federal judge regarding the ongoing crisis on Rikers Island.
5 Omicron Variant Cases Reported In New York StateFive Omicron variant cases have now been reported in New York State; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Return Of The Office Holiday Party: Despite Evolving Threat From COVID-19, Companies Say They're Safely Surging AheadOffice holiday parties are happening again. For some, it's the first opportunity to meet co-workers in more than a year. But event spaces told CBS2's Lisa Rozner recently that safety is as much a part of the party as the food.
Small Business Owners Hope Riverhead Residents Show Them Some Love During Holiday Shopping SeasonIt may be quicker and easier to order that gift online or run into a mall or big box store, but local small business owners across the Tri-State Area are begging for a bit of shopping love this holiday season; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Gov. Kathy Hochul, Mayor Bill De Blasio Announce Omicron Cases Confirmed In New YorkGov. Kathy Hochul and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced in a press conference Thursday that five cases of the Omicron COVID-19 variant have been confirmed in New York state.
Parents, Teachers Urge NYC Council To Pass Bill Lowering Maximum Class SizeCity Council Speaker Corey Johnson co-sponsored the bill at the end of July, but it hasn't been put up for a vote. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
NYPD Briefing On Armed Man Apprehended After Standoff Near United Nations BuildingThere was a heavy police presence outside the United Nations headquarters near East 42nd Street and First Avenue on Thursday morning.
Gov. Murphy Pushes Gun Safety PackageGov. Phil Murphy makes announcement on gun safety in Metuchen, New Jersey.
Watch: Gov. Hochul Update After Person Who Visited NYC Tests Positive For Omicron VariantA Minnesota resident who attended Anime NYC at the Javits Center tested positive for the Omicron variant.
Kool And The Gang Co-Founder Robert Bell Using Music To Inspire ChildrenWhen they're not celebrating good times, the funk band Kool and the Gang, from New Jersey, is giving back to the community. CBS2's John Elliott has more on how one of the group's founders is using music to inspire children.
Vigil At Woodhill Hospital Commemorates World AIDS DayPeople gathered at Woodhill Hospital in Brooklyn on Wednesday to mark World AIDS Day by reflecting, remembering and looking forward.
Crowds Flock To Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree LightingThe Rockefeller Center Christmas tree will light up for the season Wednesday night; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Jacqueline Avant Fatally Shot In Beverly HillsJacqueline Avant, a philanthropist and the wife of a music executive, was shot to death overnight in Beverly Hills; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
CDC Reviewing More Potential Cases Of Omicron Variant In USCBS News has learned the CDC is reviewing more potential cases of the Omicron variant in several states; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Coney Island Seeks Artist For Welcome MuralThe Alliance for Coney Island is looking for a painter to create a mural that welcomes visitors and makes an impact on the entire community.
Family, Community Speak Out After Sayid Muthana Shot At Brooklyn DeliBodega owners and community leaders held a rally Wednesday in support of 18-year-old Sayid Muthana, who was shot in the head while working at his family's deli in Brooklyn.
Mayor De Blasio Discusses Omicron Variant, Safe Injection Sites And More In NYCMayor Bill de Blasio holds latest briefing on Omicron variant and vaccines, plus New York City's new safe injection sites and more.