Weather in New York: Monday night update of 12/20 from CBS2Lonnie Quinn has the latest tri-state area forecast on CBS2 News At 5.

Brooklyn restaurant turns to social media to take orders in latest wave of COVID-19A Brooklyn restaurant that has had to deal with delays and problems in addition to increasing COVID-19 cases is pivoting to allow for its survival. Leah Mishkin of CBS2 reports.

Tenants wonder if they will ever be allowed to return to the building ravaged by IdaSome in New Jersey have been living in limbo for more than three months since the remains of Hurricane Ida soaked the area.

Connecticut Police Search New Canaan Park In Jennifer Dulos CaseDetectives said they were following previous information in the homicide investigation.

Advice from United Airlines Vice President to Make the COVID-Impacted Travel Experience EasierCBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas spoke to a United Airlines executive about the impact on the industry and what it does to keep travelers safe.

Cirque Du Soleil reinvents the classic holiday tale“Twas the Night Before Christmas” gets the Cirque Du Soleil spin. CBS2’s John Elliott takes us behind the scenes.

Toys of Hope charity needs help after delivery van crashThe group’s toy delivery van was destroyed in an accident, jeopardizing its holiday gift distributions. CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.

New Jersey police shoot man who overturned emergency vehicles with backhoeThere was a savage scene in South Jersey when a man hijacked a backhoe.

Trump sues New York attorney generalFormer President Donald Trump sued New York Attorney General Letitia James on Monday, seeking to end a civilian investigation into his business practices.

The jury begins the deliberations of the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell for sex traffickingIn closing arguments, defense lawyers for the former British socialite told the jury that Maxwell was innocent.

Fire damages 2 homes in Mount VernonFlames erupted from two houses on 7th Avenue South, near Sanford Boulevard.

1 dead, 3 injured in Bronx building fireFirefighters said it started at a building on Webb Avenue.

Governor Lamont announces more than 6,000 new cases of COVID in ConnecticutLamont said that despite the rise, vaccines are making a difference in the severity of cases.

Long queues persist at New Jersey COVID testing centersGrowing demand for COVID testing in New Jersey is causing long lines in parking lots. Reports from Kevin Rincon of CBS2.

“Hamilton” performances canceled until December 26The producers said tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase.

New York City Strengthens COVID Testing SitesNew York State reported its fourth consecutive day of record-breaking cases. Alice Gainer’s reports from CBS2.

Governor Hochul’s COVID update on MondayGovernor Kathy Hochul’s update from Monday, December 20, 2021 on COVID, vaccinations, testing and more in New York City.

Governor Murphy Gives Latest COVID UpdateGovernor Phil Murphy gives the latest update on the COVID response as cases increase in New Jersey and the Tri-State area.

Recall of dry shampoo productsProctor and Gamble has issued a voluntary recall for more than 30 of its aerosol products.

Weather in New York: the cold returnsCBS2’s Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.

New Years issues arrive in Times SquareThe iconic numbers to mark the New Year arrived in Times Square on Monday.

NYPD honors slain detectivesA memorial mass was held Monday for two NYPD detectives who were shot and killed seven years ago.

Firefighters on site at Mount VernonChopper 2 is above, where two houses appeared to be affected.

Suspect killed in Brooklyn police shootoutThe NYPD said police shot dead a man with a knife on Monday in Brooklyn. CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reports on the scene.