Tawni O'Dell Talks Real Life Tragedy In 'When It Happens To You'Author Tawni O'Dell sat down with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler to discuss sharing her family's real life tragedy in the new off-Broadway show 'When It Happens To You.'
NYC Parks Dept. Hosts Foliage Hikes, Bike And Canoe ToursColumbus Day Weekend is a great time to check out the fall foliage. The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation wants you to “Fall for NYC” with events all month across the five boroughs.
Time Out's Things To Do This Weekend 10/11-10/13Will Gleason of Time Out New York stopped by with his picks for things to do this weekend.
Fall Real Estate Trends In NYCReal estate markets can change with the seasons, and some experts say fall is a great time for buyers because there is less competition. President and CEO of Douglas Elliman NYC Steven James breaks down the latest market trends.
'World Mental Health Day' Encourages Discussions About Suicide Prevention, Other Mental Health IssuesThursday, Oct. 10, is World Mental Health Day, a day the World Health Organization urges action and conversations to raising awareness about mental health issues and suicide prevention. Bob Gebbia, CEO of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, joins CBSN New York's Dana Tyler.
Coalition For The Homeless Policy Director Says Urgent Response Needed In Wake Of MurdersOne of the people making the call for urgent action to help get homeless individuals off the streets after this weekend’s deadly attack is Giselle Routhier, policy director for the Coalition for the Homeless. She joined Dana Tyler on CBSN New York on Tuesday.
NYC Mayor's Plans To Tackle HomelessnessCBSN New York urban affairs expert Mark Peters discusses homelessness in New York City following the murder of four homeless people in Chinatown.
FourBlock's Work Making A DifferenceFourBlock helps veterans transition into the next chapter of their lives by creating opportunities to network with potential employers and build professional relationships. Dr. Lisa Stern of FourBlock stopped by to talk about the program.
Police Provide Update On Quadruple Murder In Lower ManhattanPolice provided an update Saturday morning on the overnight quadruple murder in Lower Manhattan.
Funeral Services Held For NYPD Officer Brian MulkeenFamily, friends and fellow police officers paid their last respects to Officer Brian Mulkeen on Friday.
Bronx Fit Fest Getting New Yorkers ActiveMore than half of adult New Yorkers are overweight or obese, according to the city’s health department. The parks department is hoping to change that with a series of festivals to get people moving. Tomorrow, it’s hosting the first ever Bronx Fit Fest. Director of citywide special events Anthony Sama explains.
Holiday Travel Booking TipsBelieve it or not, the clock is ticking to book your holiday travel. Hopper shares its strategies on when to buy and when to fly to get the best deals.
NY Botanical Garden Offering Pumpkin Garden Thrills And ChillsPattie Hulse, director of the Everett Children's Adventure Garden at the New York Botanical Garden, shares the October special Spooky Pumpkin Garden attraction now on display. Admission is free on Wednesdays all day and from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Saturdays. For more admission information, see https://www.nybg.org/visit/admission/
Comedy Series 'The Unicorn' Joins CBS Fall Line-Up"The Unicorn" star Walton Goggins joined CBSN New York's Alex Denis to talk about his new show airing Thursday nights at 8:30 p.m. on CBS2.
Police: Officer Brian Mulkeen Was Killed By Friendly FireNYPD Commissioner James O'Neill gave an update on the investigation into the shooting death of Officer Brian Mulkeen who died following a struggle with an armed suspect on Sunday night in the Bronx.
'Real Simple' Home Showcases Design Ideas You Can RecreateHave you ever wanted to recreate a room from a magazine? Step inside the second annual Real Simple Home, a multi-level townhouse in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Each room is curated by a top designer and filled with ideas you can recreate in your own home. Some of the items are for sale, and the proceeds will go to a good cause.
Business Boot Camp For Hispanic EntrepreneursCarlos Media, CEO for the Statewide NJ Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, joined CBSN New York's Valeria Castro to talk about how the program helps businesses become successful and foster a sense of community to help sustain those businesses.
Report Finds Nearly 3,000 New York City Kids Exposed To LeadA shocking report finds 2,700 New York City kids tested positive for lead exposure when city agencies could have prevented it. CBS2 urban affairs expert Mark Peters talked with CBSN New York's Valerie Castro about the report.
New Report Finds NJ TRANSIT Buses Slow, Unreliable, Difficult To UseOver 478,000 riders depend on NJ TRANSIT buses to get to work and school each day. Nick Sifuentes, one of the authors of the study and executive director of the Tri-State Transportation Campaign, joined CBSN New York's Ali Bauman to talk about their findings and recommendations.
"Breathe With Me' Interactive Art InstallationDanish artist Jeppe Hein launched his "Breathe With Me" art installation this week at the United Nations Climate Summit, and now it's coming to Central Park.
Latest News From CBS New YorkDick Brennan has the latest news and weather headlines from CBS2.
Broadway Performers Helping Keep The Great White Way GreenMolly Braverman, director of the Broadway Green Alliance, joined CBSN New York’s Dana Tyler to talk about the initiative and Wednesday's Fall E-Waste Drive.
Ballet Hispanico Celebrates Latinx CultureNational Hispanic Heritage Month runs through October 15, and all throughout the city people are celebrating Hispanic and Latin culture and the contributions made by people of Spanish descent. Ballet Hispanico CEO and Artistic Director Eduardo Vilaro stops by the CBSN New York studio to discuss.
ET's Kevin Frazier Shares His Rundown Of The Emmy Awards"Game Of Thrones" owned the night, while smaller shows made their presence known, reports ET's Kevin Frazier with CBSN New York's Alex Denis.