No vaccination means Nets star Kyrie Irving won't be on the court tonight as the Nets begin their season.
New York Weather: Unseasonably WarmCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
NYPD On Scene Outside United NationsThere is a heavy police presence outside the United Nations headquarters, where officers are in a standoff with a man on the sidewalk with a weapon.
Gov. Murphy Turns Up Pressure For Gun Safety PackageNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is calling on state lawmakers to pass a package of gun safety bills he proposed back in April. CBS2's Meg Baker has more from his announcement.
President Biden Expected To Update Travel Rules In Face Of VariantCBS2's John Dias hears from travelers at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Person Tests Positive For Omicron After Attending Javits Center ConferenceCBS2's Political Reporter Marcia Kramer has the very latest on this breaking news.
Supreme Court Hears Significant Abortion CaseThe Supreme Court is hearing arguments in the most significant challenge to abortion rights in more than a generation.
New Details About Michigan School Shooting Suspect And VictimsA community in Michigan is mourning three students who died after a school shooting Tuesday. The 15-year-old suspected shooter also injured eight people. CBS News' Nancy Chen reports.
New York Weather: Rain Chances OvernightCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
HIV Testing Offered In Harlem On World AIDS DayA neighborhood testing and outreach program is underway in Harlem. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the details.
Brooklyn Deli Shooting Of Sayid Muthana Caught On Video; Search Continues For SuspectsPolice hope newly released video will help find whoever shot an 18-year-old working at his family's deli in Brooklyn. Katie Johnston reports.
Father Charged In 1-Year-Old Son's Fentanyl DeathThe father of a 22-month-old boy who had fentanyl in his system when he died has been arrested.
Trevor Noah Coming Back To Host GRAMMYsThe Emmy-award winning host returns to Music's Biggest Night.
Meisha Porter Stepping Down As NYC Schools ChancellorNew York City Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter is stepping down at the end of the month.
NY Adding COVID Vaccine Sites For KidsGov. Kathy Hochul announced new pop-up vaccination sites Wednesday, including some open to children ages 5 and older.
Screening For Omicron Variant At Area AirportsDetection efforts were expanded Wednesday at four of the nation's busiest international airports, including two in our area.
Residents Say Brooklyn House Explosion Could Have Been AvoidedA house explosion rocked a neighborhood overnight in Cypress Hills, sparking a fire that spread to nearby buildings. CBS2's Christina Fan has the latest from the scene.
Police: Straphangers Targeted In Series Of Knifepoint Robberies In The BronxPolice want your help finding the men they say are behind a series of knifepoint robberies targeting straphangers in the Bronx. Katie Johnston reports.
New York Weather: Flurries In ForecastCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
Bishop Robert Brennan Taking Over Brooklyn DioceseThe Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn is getting a new bishop.
NYC Approves Overdose Prevention CentersNew York City is becoming the first in the country to open officially authorized overdose prevention centers.
Data Breach At Huntington HospitalThe hospital has notified about 13,000 patients that their personal information was illegally accessed.
NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force Investigating Brooklyn Harassment PatternThree teen girls are accused of slapping children who were wearing traditional Jewish clothing.
NYC Students Gets Second Vaccine Doses, As City Prepares For Omicron VariantWith growing concern over the Omicron variant, many New York City parents are taking comfort that their children are able to get vaccinated. Thousands of kids are getting their second dose of the COVID vaccine Tuesday. CBS2's John Dias has the latest.
Police: 3 Suspects Attacking Jewish Children As Young As 3 In BrooklynThe NYPD wants your help identifying three people they say are attacking young Jewish children in Brooklyn. Katie Johnston reports.