New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Announces Start Of Construction On ProjectGov. Phil Murphy announced the start of construction on a new Hudson-Bergen light rail project.
Long Island Town Looking To Ban The Feeding Of GeeseVillage of Port Washington officials are considering banning people from feeding the geese. CBSN New York's John Dias reports
MTA Disinfecting Full Fleet In Battle Against Coronavirus SpreadThe MTA said riders will be seeing a lot more masked workers cleaning buses, train cars and subway stations, detailing turnstiles, handrails, and MetroCard machines, during their commutes. CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez reports
Latest On Coronavirus Case Confirmed In Westchester CountyWestchester County Executive George Latimer provides update on man who tested positive for coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: 2nd Patient Tests Positive In New YorkGov. Cuomo gives coronavirus update after second patient tests positive in New York State.
Suspected Scammers Strike AgainPolice say they’re searching for the suspects who scammed dozens of victims in the past two months citywide. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has more.
MTA Combating Spread Of CoronavirusNew York City is on high alert following the first confirmed coronavirus case, and MTA workers are cleaning subways and buses to keep commuters safe. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.
New Scam Targets Amazon Prime UsersPolice are saying it has been difficult to track down and arrest these scammers since most of the time they are international. CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Coronavirus Update: New Jersey Governor, Health Officials Share Emergency PlanGov. Phil Murphy and New Jersey health officials shared emergency plans Monday on confronting the growing coronavirus outbreak as more cases are confirmed on the East Coast.
Video Shows MTA Driver Spitting On WomanAn MTA worker has been pulled from service while officials investigate a spitting incident in the Boerum Hill section of Brooklyn. CBSN New York's Nick Caloway reports.
Overnight Blaze Near EWRFirefighters battled a four-alarm blaze overnight at a truck center near Newark Airport, sending one to the hospital. CBSN New York’s Jenna DeAngelis has the latest.
NYC Woman Tests Positive For CoronavirusGov. Andrew Cuomo says a New York City resident tested positive for the virus after traveling abroad. CBSN New York's Reena Roy has more.
Safety Advocates Call On City To Finish Promised Improvements On Queens BoulevardSafety advocates and families of victims killed in crashes along Queens Boulevard are rallying for change; CBSN New York's Dave Carlin reports.
Coronavirus Update: FDA Approves Testing For Virus In New York StateWashington State has declared a state of emergency after reporting the first person to die of the deadly virus in the United States. This comes as the FDA approved testing for the virus in New York State; CBSN New York's Christina Fan reports.
Bill Would Help NYCHA Residents Dealing With Mold IssuesThe New York City Council announced new legislation to help NYCHA residents dealing with mold in their apartments.
Metropolitan Correctional Center On Modified OperationsThe federal jail in lower Manhattan where Jeffrey Epstein took his life is on lockdown while authorities determine if a gun was smuggled inside.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says Federal Government Is Not Funding New Hudson River TunnelsCommuters are fed up with train delays and want a fix, but New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the federal government is giving no financial support to build new Hudson River Tunnels; CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports.
Renewed Push For Safer Streets From New York State Senate After Deadly AccidentsThere's a renewed statewide push for safer streets following a series of deadly accidents in New York City.
Charity Team? NY Mets Fans Using Venmo To Donate For Improved RosterSome New York Mets fans are using a new strategy to try to get General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen to spend some cash on new players. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.
'Oscars' Of Beauty Wellness Expo Returns To New York CityCompanies and innovators are competing for the Cosmetic Executive Women awards in New York. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports.
Black History Month: Harlem's Schomberg Center Brings Cultural Research Into FocusThere's a place in Harlem that's like no other to study black history - and it was actually founded by a man from Puerto Rico. The Schomburg Center holds the largest black history archive anywhere in the world. CBSN New Yorks' Elise Finch reports.
Black History Month: Anthony McGill, First African-American Principal Clarinet At New York PhilharmonicTo listen to the New York Philharmonic is to experience the pinnacle of the art form. Playing in the middle of it all is 40-year-old Anthony McGill.
Wild Turtles Clinging To LifeScientists at Turtle Back Zoo are treating 12 turtles found near New Jersey coast. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
WHO 'Reality Check' Says Coronavirus Global Risk Is Very HighThe World Health Organization says the coronovirus is bound to come to the United States, and officials and parents need to prepare. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.