New York Renters Call On Hochul To Extend Eviction MoratoriumProtesters in Manhattan called on Gov. Kathy Hochul to provide tenant protections and extend the state's eviction moratorium, which is due to expire Saturday. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Bronx Officials Introduce Federal Safety Regulations In Wake Of Deadly High-Rise FireThe package of regulations will address what they say call the root causes of the fire: Space heaters, self-closing doors and compliance with fire codes.
Person Of Interest Being Questioned In Deadly East Harlem Burger King ShootingPolice are questioning a person of interest in the deadly shooting of 19-year-old Kristal Bayron Nieves at a Burger King in East Harlem. So far, no charges have been filed. CBS2's Leah Mishkin reports.
New York Weather: CBS2's 1/13 Thursday Afternoon UpdateJohn Elliott has the Tri-State Area's latest forecast on CBS2 News At Noon.
100% Vax Rate Among Adults In Paterson, NJ, Mayor SaysNew Jersey’s third largest city celebrated a milestone on Thursday, announcing it achieved a 100% vaccination rate among adults 18 and older.
Shooting At Canarsie Rental Hall Leaves Man In Critical ConditionThe shooting happened around 3:45 a.m. inside a rental hall on East 92nd Street.
Memorial Wall Pays Tribute To Bronx High-Rise Fire VictimsIn the shadows of a building that will forever remind the city of a heart-crushing nightmare is a memorial for those taken too soon. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Military Personnel Deployed To Assist Hospitals In Omicron SurgeConey Island Hospital in Brooklyn and University Hospital in Newark are both on the list to get help.
New York Weather: Afternoon Warm-UpCBS2's Vanessa Murdock has the latest weather forecast.
Schumer Announces $6 Billion Grant For MTAThe MTA is about to get a $6 billion infusion from Washington in a one lump sum payment.
Dept. Of Interior Announces Wind Energy AuctionA big announcement for the development of wind energy off the coast of New York and New Jersey.
Nassau Marks 12 Years Since Haiti EarthquakeA Long Island community marked the anniversary of the magnitude 7 earthquake that rocked the island nation.
NYPD Car Crashes Into Parked CarsAn NYPD cruiser crashed into two parked cars Wednesday morning in Brooklyn.
Fire Rips Through Row Of Businesses In Rockland CountyFrigid temperatures made for nasty conditions to battle a huge fire Wednesday morning in Rockland County. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports from the scene in Suffern.
Learning More About Lives Lost In Bronx BlazeWe now know the identities of all 17 people killed in the Bronx high-rise fire. The youngest was just two years old. The oldest was a 50-year-old mother. CBS2's Christina Fan hears from their loved ones.
New York Weather: How Long Will Cold Last?CBS2's Vanessa Murdock has the latest weather forecast.
Westchester Reopens Mass Vaccination SiteTo combat a surge in cases, Westchester County is reopening its mass vaccination site.
Hochul Urges More Kids To Get VaccinatedGov. Kathy Hochul urged families to get their kids vaccinated Tuesday, as more children are hospitalized with COVID.
Bronx Resident Describes Escaping Deadly FireA Bronx community is still reeling after a fire took the lives of 17 people, including eight children. FDNY sources say investigators are focusing on self-closing doors inside the building that may have malfunctioned, allowing smoke to spread. CBS2's John Dias has the latest.
Fire Rescue In Perth AmboyFirefighters rescued people from a burning home Tuesday in New Jersey.
NYC Dealing With Coldest Temps In YearsNew York City is dealing with some of the coldest temperatures it has seen in three years. The silver lining? It's not as cold as 1968, when the city hit a record low of 3 degrees. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
New York Weather: CBS2's 1/10 Monday Morning UpdateVanessa Murdock has the Tri-State Area's latest forecast on CBS2 News At Noon.
New Jersey Lawmakers Debate Extending School Mask MandateThe executive order requiring students and staff to wear masks inside school buildings is set to expire Tuesday.
B, W, Z Subway Lines Suspended Due To COVID-Related Staffing ShortageThree New York City subway lines are suspended all week because of COVID-related staffing shortages.