With the winter approaching, one New York City nonprofit is making sure local women stay warm and look their best.
World Kindness Day: Bottomless Closet Helps Women Reenter WorkforceWith the winter approaching, one New York City nonprofit is making sure local women stay warm and look their best.
Helping Veterans Transition From Military To Civilian LifeJeremy Butler, of the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, joins CBSN New York to discuss how the public can help our country's service members all year long.
Time Out New York's Things To Do: Craft Fairs, Cider Week & Black HistoryTime Out New York's Will Gleason shares this weekend's top things to do, including the Renegade Craft Fair located at the Metropolitan Pavilion, New York City Cider Week and the Black History and Museum installation.
Forgotten Families: Couple Says They Were Moved Again To Home With New Unlivable IssuesJarvis Cureton delivers mail by day and pesticides by night — inside his own apartment. That’s where he and his wife, Cabria Cummings, said there’s an infestation of roaches and mice. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner updates on the state of New York's "forgotten families."
Bail Reform: Justice Expert Breaks Down How Jan. 1 Policy Will Impact New York CityResearchers at John Jay College of Criminal Justice wanted to know the possible impact of bail reform. Dr. Preeti Chauhan, director of Data Collaborative for Justice, shares with CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez how New York's bail reform plan is unique.
One-On-One With Brooklyn Borough President Eric AdamsBrooklyn Borough President Eric Adams talked with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler about the appointment of Dermot Shea as the next commissioner of the NYPD and other visions for the future of New York City.
Vanessa Murdock On Unusually Active Year For Extreme WeatherIt has been an active year, especially in New Jersey. On average, the Garden State gets hit by two tornadoes a year. Not in 2019: We’re up to nine. Vanessa Murdock talks about why that is.
What Challenges Will New Police Commissioner Face?With NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill stepping down, what challenges will his replacement - Dermot Shea - face? CBSN New York's urban affairs expert Mark Peters explains.
Everything You Need To Know For Election Day 2019Larry Levy, executive dean of the National Center for Suburban Studies at Hofstra University, joins CBSN New York's Dick Brennan to break down Tuesday's general election.
Carlos Beltran Introduced As The 22nd New York Mets ManagerCarlos Beltran, a nine-time All-Star outfielder, has plenty of experience in New York, having played for the Mets from 2006-11, and for the Yankees in 2014 and 2015. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
'First Workings' Helps Students Transition From School To WorkThe "First Workings" internship program offers training to talented New York City students before placing them in professional internships. Founder and Chairman Kevin Davis stops by CBSN New York to share more.
New York Comedy Festival Set To Kick OffOver 200 comedians, late night hosts, and podcast stars will be performing at more than 100 shows over the week-long event. Caroline HIrsch, founder of the festival and owner of famed comedy club Caroline's On Broadway, stopped by to talk with Dana Tyler about it.
Artist JR Creates Mural Of More Than 1,000 New YorkersDrew Sawyer, curator of "JR: The Chronicles of New York City" at the Brooklyn Museum, spoke to CBSN New York's Dana Tyler about the French-born social media star's work and message including two community murals on display now.
'Life With Layla' Shows Opioid Crisis Through Little Girl's EyesThe 'Life with Layla' documentary shares the story of a 7-year-old New Jersey girl whose family struggles with substance abuse. Director Ken Spooner joins CBSN New York.
Party Planning Experts Has Tips To Put Terror Into Your Terrific Halloween BashWhether you're planning a party for little trick or treaters or a ghostly gathering just for grown-ups, professional party planner Seri Kertzner has some "spook-tac-ular" ideas to share.
Technology Helping Runners Reach Their Peak Ahead Of NYC MarathonIf you ask runners, most will agree there is no other race like the New York City Marathon. CBSN New York's John Dias explains how technology can now help optimize performance for any athletic competition.
Williamstown Theatre Festival Bringing 7 Productions To NYC This SeasonMandy Greenfield, artistic director for the non-profit Williamstown Theatre Festival, talks about her Massachusetts-based company and the seven productions they are bringing to New York City this season, including two world premieres. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports. For more, see WTFestival.org/WTF-in-NYC
How Will Nordstrom's Flagship Store Fare In NYC?Nordstrom is opening its new flagship store today in NYC. How will it fare in volatile retail industry? Dan Geiger, a senior reporter with Crain's New York Business, joins CBSN New York to explain.
Eater Breaks Down Michelin's 2020 GuideMichelin's annual guide of New York's top restaurants has been released. For the first time, the list includes some popular spots in Westchester County. Amanda Kludt, editor in chief of Eater, explains.
New Eyes For Needy Hosting Free Vision ExamsNew Eyes for the Needy is hosting a free vision clinic this Saturday in Short Hills, New Jersey. Executive Director Jean Gajano joins CBSN New York with more.
What Should Be Done About Rikers Island Jail?The New York City Council will vote Thursday on Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to close Rikers Island amid controversy by those who wonder what impact it will have on the city. CBSN New York's Alex Denis talked about the plan with Sylvia Hack, Community Board 9 co-chair of Land Use & Housing Committee in Queens.
What Do The Yankees Need To Do To Tie Up The ALCS?The New York Yankees are 1-2 against the Houston Astros going into Game 4 of the Americal League Championship Series Thursday night at Yankee Stadium. Executive Producer for Sports Chris Scaglione breaks down what the team has to do next to even up.
Boroughs Pushing Back On Rikers PlanThe co-chair of the Queens community board 9 land-use committee tells CBSN New York why the board unanimously voted against the city's plan to replace Rikers with borough-based jails, including one in Kew Gardens.
Memory, Mission Of Ray Pfeifer Foundation ContinuesThe fight to extend medical coverage for 9/11 first responders and recovery workers was a hard-won victory, but for many, the work is not yet done. Retired FDNY veteran Rob Serra talked about the ongoing mission of the Ray Pfeifer Foundation.