NYC Triathlon Returns SundayThe New York City Triathlon returns on Sunday.
Event In Central Park Honors Athletes With DisabilitiesFour thousand runners took part in Saturday’s Achilles Hope run to honor athletes with disabilities.
Western States Experience Record-Setting TemperaturesExcessive heat continues to sweep across much of the western United States this weekend, and it’s prompting more concerns about wildfires; Elise Preston reports for CBS2.
Action Plan For Neighborhood Safety Hosts Event In ClaremontA Bronx neighborhood on Saturday was able to celebrate having a safe place to play in the face of gun violence.
Advocates March Against NYC’s Decision To Move Homeless Individuals From HotelsA march and rally against New York City’s decision to move about 8,000 homeless individuals from hotels to shelters was held Saturday; CBS2’s Dave Carlin reports.
Police Searching For Suspect Accused Of Breaking Into Woodhaven HomeThe NYPD is looking for a suspect accused of breaking into a home in Woodhaven, Queens, and attacking a man inside.
Police: 70-Year-Old Woman Brutally Beaten In East VillagePolice are looking for a man accused of brutally beating an elderly woman in the East Village.
AMBER Alert Turns Into Desperate Search For Missing New Jersey MotherWhat started out as an AMBER Alert has now turned into a desperate search for a missing mother; CBS2’s Nick Caloway reports.
2-Year-Old Sebastian Rios Missing From Rahway, New JerseyPolice in New Jersey continue to search for a mother and her 2-year-old son, believed to be abducted; CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.
At New 42 Studios In Times Square As Broadway Prepares To Reopen, ‘It Feels Like Coming Home’As Broadway prepares to reopen, one Midtown rehearsal space is already gearing up to meet high demand; CBS2’s Ali Bauman reports.
NYC DOB Facing Pressure Over Old Sidewalk ShedsEarlier this week, we told you about a sidewalk shed on the Upper West Side that’s been up for 15 years. Now, a local representative is putting pressure on the city’s Department of Buildings to do something. CBSN New York’s Lisa Rozner has the latest.
Rehearsals At New 42 Studios In Times Square A Sign Of Broadway’s ReturnAs Broadway prepares to reopen, one Midtown rehearsal space is already gearing up to meet high demand. CBS2’s Ali Bauman reports.
Subway Stations In The Bronx, Washington Heights Flood After Severe StormsThere was massive flooding at subway stations across New York City after severe thunderstorms Thursday.
Trees Crash Onto Homes, Cars Across New JerseyNew Jersey saw significant damage after storms swept through the area Thursday, with trees crashing onto homes and even trapping a woman in a car; CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.
NYC COVID Vaccine And VariantsFor almost the entire length of the pandemic, the Jacob Javits Center stood as a symbol of what New York City needed to overcome. Now, it’s closing Friday, as the focus shifts to de-centralized alternatives. CBSN New York’s Dave Carlin has an update.
Press Conference: Mayor De Blasio Announces NYC Academic Recovery PlanMayor Bill de Blasio’s Thursday, July 8, 2021 briefing on COVID recovery and more in New York City.
Remembering Role Of Community Pharmacies As NYC Throws Hometown Heroes ParadeAs an essential service, community pharmacies have been on the front lines of the COVID crisis. CBSN New York’s Jessica Moore spoke with one Brooklyn pharmacist who became a necessity for his customers.
MTA Worker Honored To Represent At ParadeNew York City honored its hometown heroes with a ticker-tape parade through the Canyon of Heroes on Wednesday. Among them were MTA and other transit workers, like Kenneth Mendez. CBSN New York’s Dick Brennan reports.
Kathryn Garcia Officially Bows Out Of NYC Mayoral RaceThe former sanitation commissioner said she spoke to Eric Adams and congratulated him on his victory in the Democratic primary. The Board of Elections is expected to certify the results by next week. CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reports.
Hometown Heroes Parade: Fresh Direct Went Above And Beyond During Pandemic To Provide FoodSome of the first things that come to mind when we think of essentials are some of the most basic human needs, like food and water. CBS2’s Andrea Grymes heard from workers who risked their lives to make sure there were meals on the table.
NYPD Commissioner At Hometown Heroes ParadeCBS2’s Maurice DuBois hears from NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea at New York City’s Hometown Heroes ticker-tape parade.
Rep. Maloney At Hometown Heroes ParadeCBS2’s Maurice DuBois hears from Rep. Carolyn Maloney at New York City’s Hometown Heroes ticker-tape parade.
Attorney General Tish James At Hometown Heroes ParadeCBS2’s Maurice DuBois hears from Attorney General Tish James at New York City’s Hometown Heroes ticker-tape parade.
Health Care Heroes Honored With Ticker-Tape ParadeCBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas hears from a group of nurses about what it means to be honored by the city.