The coronavirus has been a far deadlier threat in New Orleans than the rest of the United States. In fact, the per-capita death rate is twice that of New York City, and four times that of Seattle. According to Reuters, both data and health..
With so many people out of work in the tri-state area, the state labor departments are all facing an unprecedented number of unemployment claims; CBS2's Ali Bauman takes a look at the problem in New York and what officials are doing to fix it.
During times of trouble, people often find comfort in a four-legged companion. Many New Yorkers have taken in quarantine pets, but rescue centers worry it may become a problem when people head back to the office; CBS2's Nina Kapur reports.
Today is April 1, and that means millions of New Yorkers who have been put through financial hardship because of the coronavirus outbreak are now facing their monthly bills, including rent. CBS2’s John Dias has more.
Wednesday is the first of the month, which means rent is due for millions of New Yorkers, but with the coronavirus pandemic putting people out of work, many fear they won't be able to pay; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday said his brother Chris Cuomo, a television anchor at CNN, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, as cases in the state continued to climb rapidly and deaths rose past the 1,500 mark.
After U.S. President Donald Trump walked back the idea he floated a day before about a New York quarantine, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday said the president "really panicked" New Yorkers. Gavino Garay has more.
Cheers could be heard across New York City for the second night in a row Saturday. It's part of the #ClapBecauseWeCare trend. Residents are showing their support for health care workers on the frontlines in the coronavirus battle.
President Donald Trump floated the idea of prohibiting travel in and out of the New York area. According to Reuters, the move would attempt to limit the spread of the coronavirus in a state hit hard by the virus. Trump told reporters that a lot of New..
At 7 pm local time on Friday (March 27th) hundreds of thousands of people across New York cheered those working on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.
New York is the "epicentre" of the US outbreak with more than half of the country's..
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday gave an impassioned speech to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at the end of his news briefing on the coronavirus on Friday, encouraging them all to keep working hard to help build makeshift hospitals to..
April 1 is right around the corner, and that means rent will be due for many around the New York City area. But those who are out of work because of the coronavirus pandemic are worried about what will happen if they can't pay; CBS2's Natalie..
The White House is asking New York City residents who have left for less dense areas, like Long Island's East End, to self-quarantine for two weeks, and Long Island officials agree, saying the influx is too much; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
With Western New Yorkers quarantined in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, many are looking to little free pantries as a way to help those in need. They are a place where people in need can come get food, hygiene products and more.
New York City is entering what actor Selenis Leyva wants New Yorkers to consider as a “Code Red.” She explains the looming hospital crisis in our near future if we don’t heed the guidance of our officials.
Andrew Kelly/Reuters New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the widespread stay-at-home orders to help combat the coronavirus pandemic could last for up to nine months, in a briefing with reporters on Sunday. "This is not a short term situation," he..
Life has been getting gradually more difficult as we deal with the coronavirus crisis, and new restrictions in New York go into effect Sunday. CBS2's Scott Rapoport has more on how New Yorkers are preparing for yet another new normal.