Thousands of actors, musicians, ushers, stage hands, directors and so many more who work on Broadway have to find creative ways to make ends meet as the industry shutdown continues; CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, the U.S. set another record with more than 64,000 new coronavirus cases confirmed Thursday, and there's concern about one part of the tri-state area where more cases are being reported; CBS2's Aundrea..
Police in Connecticut are looking for a Long Island couple accused in the brutal beating of an employee at a hotel in a historic waterfront town. The attack was caught on surveillance camera; CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
Thousands of parents and students in New York were in shock Thursday after they were told their Catholic schools will not reopen in the fall. Officials say fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is to blame; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Efforts to locate missing "Glee" star Naya Rivera has turned from a rescue to a recovery operation. Authorities now believe Rivera is dead after a boat ride with her young son; Danya Bachhus reports for CBS2.
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic and its shutdown is being tallied on Long Island. A new report says the island lost a greater percentage of jobs than New York City and it could lose more than a quarter of its workforce by years end; CBS2's..
The debate on police reform in New York City is intensifying. A call by the Attorney General for an independent commission to oversee the NYPD gets a thumbs down from Mayor de Blasio; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
One of the former officers charged in the death of George Floyd says he tried to intervene. A defense attorney for one of the fired officers is introducing the new evidence involving his client's body cam; Nancy Chen reports for CBS2.
Despite a growing number of coronavirus cases across the country, the Trump administration is pushing to make sure schools are open this fall. It comes as Mayor de Blasio and the city school chancellor are making plans for what the upcoming academic..
The streets surrounding many police precincts have been blocked off since protests started at the end of May, but as things have calmed down, neighbors want to know when they'll get their streets back; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
It was day two of frustration and anger for thousands of people trying to get into MVC offices throughout New Jersey. Some camped out Wednesday night in the hopes they'll get in Thursday; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government Wednesday. The Boston schools are trying to help international students who may be forced to leave the country because of the coronavirus..
Second-hand refrigerators are popping up on New York City sidewalks, and for many, they're a very welcome sight. Generous neighbors stock them with donated food so anyone in need can wale up, grab and go; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.