'Graduate Together: America Honors the Class of 2020' Airs Tonight On CBS2 At 8 P.M.As coronavirus has prompted the cancellation of high school graduation ceremonies across the country, a special broadcast tonight will highlight the achievements of the current class.
New York Weather: 5/16 CBS2's Saturday ForecastCBS2's John Elliott reports. Saturday’s looking pretty good at this point with mostly sunny skies after a short rainy start. Temps will remain a little above normal with highs in the mid to upper 70s. As for Sunday, we’re looking at partly sunny skies with temperatures running even cooler, just the mid- to upper 60s.
You Can Celebrate Asian Heritage VirtuallyWhile the usual public celebrations may be a bit restrained this year, Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month’s annual celebration of culture and history are still happening online this May.
New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastVanessa Murdock says you'll need to have your umbrella with you on Monday if you venture out. Here's your 11 p.m. forecast.
Home Care Nurse Speaks Of Emotional Toll Coronavirus Has Taken On EveryoneCBS2's Kiran Dhillon speaks to a nurse and patient about the stress they deal with on a daily basis.
Doctors Sound Alarm On Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory SyndromeThere were 85 documented cases in New York state as of Sunday. CBS2's Christina Fan reports
New York Weather: CBS2 6:30 p.m. ForecastIs wet weather around the corner? CBS2's Vanessa Murdock has your forecast.
Broadway Star Gives Birth 2 Years After TragedyCBS2's Jessica Moore has an update on Ruthie Ann Miles.
Amid Pandemic, Mother's Day Isn't Business As Usual For A Chelsea FloristMother's Day is typically one of the busiest days for florists. Like everything else impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, things are a bit different this year. CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports
Group Making Sure Children Don't Go Hungry During PandemicChildren are being affected in many ways by COVID-19. In just last month, the United Nations warned that children are in danger of malnourishment and poverty due to the pandemic. And that is being felt right here at home, CBS2's Nina Kapur reports
Mayor: More Social Distancing Ambassadors Coming To NYCThe plan is to increase from 1,000 to 2,300 non-NYPD workers helping to make sure the guidelines are followed. CBS2's Cory James reports
2 New Plasma Donation Sites To Open In N.J.One will be at the Red Cross Blood Center in Fairfield and the other at University Hospital in Newark. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
Cuomo Rolls Out New Rules For Nursing HomesThe governor says strict protocols must be followed to help quell the coronavirus pandemic or else facilities could lose their licenses. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
New York Weather: 5/9 Saturday ForecastCBS2's John Elliott reports. The breezy chill will continue throughout Saturday, from lows in the mid-30s warming up to the upper 40s. Mother's Day on Sunday will not be as cold, getting up into the low 60s.
New York Weather: 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's Vanessa Murdock has your forecast to begin the new week.
Troubles Continue For Those Trying To Get Unemployment BenefitsThe New Jersey Department of Labor website crashed again over the weekend, raising the frustrating level of unemployed people looking for benefits to new heights. CBS2's Christina Fan reports
Colorado Paramedic Remembered As Hero For Volunteering To Fight Coronavirus In NYCA procession was held Sunday for 66-year-old first responder Paul Cary, who died late last week after contracting COVID-19. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
Trump: Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be Ready By End Of The YearThe president also said the projected number of deaths from the virus could be upwards of 80,000 or 90,000 in the U.S. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
NYPD: 2 Homeless Men Found Dead On SubwaysPolice said homeless men were found dead on C and 4 trains in the city over the weekend. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
New York Weather: Cool Down ComingCBS2's Vanessa Murdock says the sun will stick around Monday, but temperatures will be 15-20 degrees cooler. Here's your 6:30 p.m. forecast.
Car Parade Held For N.J. Man With Special NeedsPolice, firemen, and neighbors took to their cars Sunday to drive by the home of a 20-year-old Livingston, N.J. man who has special needs. The idea was just to say hello and offer support. CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports
President George W. Bush Ask Americans To Show Empathy And KindnessThe former commander-in-chief released a video imploring citizens to work with each other, not against each other, during the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
Troubles Continue For N.J. Unemployment WebsiteMore outages plagued the New Jersey unemployment website on Sunday. Officials say they are working on the problems and hope to have things running again soon. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
Fallen Colorado Paramedic Honored In NYCA procession was held Sunday for a 66-year-old paramedic from Colorado who died while volunteering his services in New York City. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports