Coronavirus Update: Senate Expected To Vote Soon On Emergency BillThere could be a snag over unemployment benefits in the $2 trillion emergency bill to rescue the economy.
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Makes Dire Predictions For NYC Without Quick Federal HelpMayor Bill de Blasio is making dire predictions for the city if federal help doesn't get here fast enough; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Coronavirus Update: 13 Patients Die From Virus At Queens Hospital In 24 HoursThe gravity of the coronavirus crisis is painfully clear at Elmhurst Hospital in Queens. The hospital confirmed Wednesday that 13 people died from the virus in just the last 24 hours.
Coronavirus Update: White House Calls For Anyone Who Traveled Out Of NYC Area To Self-QuarantineThe White House is now calling for anybody who has traveled out of the New York City area to self-quarantine for 14 days. This, as both Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio are making a plea for federal help; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Coronavirus Update: Social Media Helping People Stay Connected, Engaged While Social DistancingWe are all in this together and, because of social distancing, alone together at the same time. But there are fun ways to remain connected and engaged at home with social media; CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 3/24 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's John Elliott has your weather forecast for March 24 at 11 p.m.
Coronavirus Update: Suspension Of Alternate Side Parking ExtendedThe suspension of alternate side parking in the city will continue a bit longer.
Coronavirus Update: Essential Workers Continue Making House Calls Amid PandemicAs people hunker down at home, some essential workers are still making house calls, but it's certainly not business as usual; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Coronavirus Update: St. John's University Donates Medical SuppliesSt. John's University is doing its part to make sure a Queens hospital gets much needed supplies amid the pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Says Official Statewide Student Assessments Will Not Happen This SpringWith students out of the classroom, New Jersey is making it official: statewide assessments will not happen this spring.
Coronavirus Update: MTA Announces Major Service CutsThe MTA has announced major service cuts as it deals with the coronavirus pandemic and will operate what they're calling an "essential service plan."
Max Minute: When Will Coronavirus Outbreak Peak And End?It's the question on everyone's mind: When will the coronavirus outbreak end? CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez offers advice that could push the U.S. to a quicker resolution.
New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's Vanessa Murdock says warmer temperatures and the sun will return on Tuesday. Here's your 11 p.m. forecast.
Financial Experts: Don't Let Coronavirus Put You In A Credit CrunchExperts say now is a time to be proactive to prevent your credit from getting destroyed during the coronavirus outbreak. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports
Some Try To Escape To Jersey Shore To Wait Out CoronavirusJersey Shore towns are sounding the alarm due to the number of people that are flocking to the area to wait out the coronavirus outbreak. Local officials say they can't handle the influx during the offseason. CBS2's Meg Baker reports
Javits Center Hospitals Hope To Open In 7-10 DaysGov. Cuomo toured the Javits Center on Monday and said it could be a week to 10 days before four 250-bed hospitals open to fight the coronavirus. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
New York Weather: Snow?!? You Gotta Be KiddingCBS2's Vanessa Murdock is tracking some wintry weather that will mostly impact New York's northern suburbs on Monday. Here's your 11 p.m. forecast.
'Chalk The Walk' Movement Takes Hold Across The U.S.Many American families are taking a positive approach to the isolation of being stuck at home during the coronavirus outbreak, writing encouraging messages in chalk on their walkways and driveways. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
N.Y. State Teachers Required To Have Online Programs MondayAll across the state teachers are hunkering down for likely a long road of teaching remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Steve Overmyer knows the drill first hand, thanks to his wife, a kindergarten teacher.
Stay At Home, Pray At HomeArea houses of worship are seeing a spike in online services streams. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the story.
N.Y. To Start Clinical Drug Trial On Coronavirus TreatmentNew York state is expected to start trials on a drug to possibly treat coronavirus on Tuesday, Gov. Cuomo announced on Sunday. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
N.J. To Open Second Coronavirus Drive-Thru Testing SiteThe virus has spread to every county in New Jersey, bringing the total number of cases to more than 1,900. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon has more on the state getting ready to open its second drive-thru testing site.
Federal Government Acts To Help NYC, Stimulus Package StallsPresident Trump approves the disaster declaration in New York state and says help to fight coronavirus is on the way. Also on Sunday, the stimulus bill failed to advance in the Senate, but both sides are still working. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
State, NYC At 'War' With CoronavirusAs of 8 p.m. on Sunday all non-essential workers have been ordered to stay home. This as Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio announce the next steps to battle the spread of the virus. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports