The Stephen Siller Tunnel-To-Towers Foundation announced it is raising funds to pay off Det. Joseph Seals' mortgage. The 13-year veteran was assigned to Jersey City's cease-fire unit. He leaves behind his wife and five children. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
National Voter Registration DayLaunched in 2012, it's a day dedicated to helping millions of unregistered voters before the upcoming election.
New York Weather: Hello, FallCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest forecast on this first day of fall.
Comedy Clubs Fight For Right To ReopenComedy club owners held a rally Tuesday, asking why they're still closed. They're putting forward two new proposals to get people laughing again. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the details.
CDC Guidance For Halloween And Other Fall HolidaysThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have posted its first guidelines for the holidays during the coronavirus pandemic.
Cardi B And Sister Named In Lawsuit Over Beach DisputeA lawsuit is being filed on Long Island involving Cardi B and her sister.
What To Expect From Fall FoliageOn this first day of fall, CBS2 Vanessa Murdock has a look a this year's foliage report.
Police: Woman Steals $1,500 Handbag From East Hampton ShopAuthorities want your help bagging a bag bandit. Katie Johnston reports.
Brooklyn Municipal Building To Be Renamed For RBGThe Brooklyn Municipal Building will be renamed after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who grew up in the borough.
NJIT Dorm Under QuarantineA college dorm in Newark is under quarantine after COVID-19 was found in the sewage water.
Bronx School Closed After At Least 2 COVID CasesA day after classes resumed for tens of thousands of New York City students, there are plenty of problems to contend with. Among them, new COVID infections that have already closed a school in the Bronx. CBS2's John Dias reports from Soundview.
President Trump Addresses U.N. General AssemblyThe United Nations looks very different this year as the General Assembly begins. Many leaders are participating virtually, including President Donald Trump.
Tri-State Travel Advisory UpdatedFive more states have been added to the Tri-State Area's travel advisory list.
U.S. Reaches 200,000 Coronavirus-Related DeathsIt's a grim milestone in the fight against coronavirus. Johns Hopkins University confirms the U.S. death toll has not topped 200,000 -- the highest in the world.
CDC Discourages Trick-Or-Treating, Costume Parties This HalloweenThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have posted their first guidelines for the holidays during the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Seen On Video: Man Snatches Chain From 71-Year-Old's Neck Inside Bronx StorePolice are searching for a thief seen on video snatching a chain from a man's neck in the Bronx. It happened back on Aug. 13 inside a store on Tremont Avenue in the Mount Hope section. Katie Johnston reports.
Police: Man Suspected Of Stealing Construction Tools From Brooklyn SynagoguePolice are trying to track down a man accused of stealing more than $1,000 worth of construction tools from a synagogue in Brooklyn. Katie Johnston reports.
Giants Confirm Saquon Barkley Tore ACL, Out For The SeasonThe New York Giants announced Monday that running back Saquon Barkley is out for the remainder of the 2020 season after tearing his ACL in Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears.
New York Weather: Monday Afternoon 9/21 CBS2 Weather HeadlinesCBS2's Elise Finch has a look at the forecast.
Grim Statistic In Road To Reopening: 87% Of NYC Restaurants, Bars Couldn’t Pay Full Rent In AugustThere’s another indicator of the devastating impact the COVID pandemic has had on New York City’s small businesses.
President Trump Promises To Name Replacement For Ruth Bader Ginsburg.Justice Ginsburg's death is setting up a big fight on Capitol Hill over who should get to name her replacement, and it's thrown a new wrinkle into the presidential election. Debra Alfarone reports.
Justice Department Labels NYC An ‘Anarchist Jurisdiction’; De Blasio Calls It ‘Insulting’The U.S. Department of Justice has labeled New York City an “anarchist jurisdiction,” the next step in cutting federal funds to New York City. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
2 Killed In Crash Involving SUV And Tractor-Trailer On New York State ThruwayTwo members of a volunteer ambulance corps were killed in a fiery crash Monday on the New York State Thruway in Rockland County.
New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Reports Statewide Computer OutageThe problem caused major lines at several centers.
New York City’s Youngest Students Head Back To School, Most Others Remain All-RemoteRemote classes begin Monday for New York City public schools, but in-person learning will see a staggered rollout. CBS2's John Dias reports.