“Delivery men” help keep their fellow food deliverers safe on the streets of New YorkAt the worst of the pandemic, with New York on lockdown, an army of 65,000 bicycle delivery men fed the city, often risking their lives, but many of them became targets of violent criminals. Maurice DuBois of CBS2 spoke to some of these workers about the service they provide and how they come together to stay safe.
West Orange apartment building to be demolished, moving dozensA meeting in New Jersey sparked bad news for dozens of people on Thursday night. Residents of an apartment complex in West Orange will need to find new places to live; CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.
Watch: NYPD Briefing on the Set in East HarlemNYPD officials take stock after a teenager boarding an MTA bus was shot and grazed.
Mayor De Blasio provides update on COVID in New YorkUpdate from Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday, October 14, 2021 on COVID-19, vaccinations and more in New York City.
NYPD: Police officer on leave for fatal shooting in BensonhurstAn NYPD officer on leave confessed to shooting two women in Brooklyn on Wednesday, killing one, police say; Cory James of CBS2 reports.
Paterson Public School named best elementary and middle school in the state by US News and World ReportStudents at a New Jersey public school excel and are recognized for their excellence despite the challenges of the pandemic and ongoing crime in their neighborhood; CBS2’s Thalia Perez reports.
Radio City Rockette LaTarika Pierce discusses return to the stage for 2021 Christmas showHow does it feel to be a Rocketette returning to the stage after the pandemic break? Dave Carlin from CBS2 found out.
Former Mets Valentine manager slams Harvard Grad Simmons for mayor of StamfordCBS2’s Tony Aiello has more on this intriguing November clash in Connecticut.
New Jersey gubernatorial candidates face off in final debateNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy faced challenger Jack Ciatarelli in their final debate before election day Tuesday; CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.
CBS2 speaks with the Chief Officer and crew of the US Air Force mission that helped 800 Afghan refugees escape KabulWe learn more about the story behind a photo of a record-breaking military mission. A New Jersey native and his flight crew helped evacuate refugees to Afghanistan as US troops prepared to leave the country; CBS2’s Kristine Johnson reports.
DOT announces engagement process for outdoor dining facilitiesCBS2’s Dana Tyler chats with Department of Transportation director of public space Emily Weidenhof to make alfresco dining permanent in New York City.
Westchester County woman accused of using ethnic slurs and assaulting mother at 9-year-old’s birthday partyA woman has been arrested in Westchester County after crashing at a 9-year-old’s birthday party. Police claim that the woman, upset by the noise, used ethnic slurs and assaulted the organizer, but deny it; CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reports.
Art exhibit inspired by Jacks’ global game opens in ManhattanAlice Gainer from CBS2 has more on “XO World” and “XO Play”.
Frustrated tenants host birthday mockup for 15-year-old Upper West Side Building scaffoldingTenants in an Upper West Side apartment building staged a mock anniversary for extended scaffolding that plagued their apartment building for more than 15 years.
Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration on Randall IslandMany said it was an opportunity to reflect on where we came from and where we should aspire to be. Reports from Kevin Rincon of CBS2.
See it: Officer sues teenager accused of stealing phone in BrooklynAn NYPD transit officer was caught on camera chasing a teenager accused of stealing a cell phone on a subway in Brooklyn.
Chain of violence on New York school campuses, dramatic drop in security guards worries parents for student well-beingThere has been a dramatic drop in the number of security guards at New York City schools, and since face-to-face learning resumed this fall, we’ve seen a spate of violence on campus. Parents worry about the safety of their children; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
GrowNYC lovingly teams up, Tito on garden-focused projectsGrowNYC is partnering with Love, Tito’s on a week-long series of garden-focused projects. CBS2’s Dana Tyler reports.
Hispanic Heritage Month: La Providencia Brings Mexico to Passaic, NJA new report reveals that the purchasing power of Hispanic-Latinos is increasing, with much of it concentrated in eight states, including New York and New Jersey. Lisa Rozner of CBS2 reports that a local business that sells items unique to Mexican culture is on the verge of major expansion.
NY, NJ, CT, PA Governors Discuss Gun Violence PreventionGovernors of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania hold joint press conference to discuss gun violence prevention.
Mayor De Blasio’s daily press conferenceOn Thursday, October 7, 2021, Mayor Bill de Blasio provides an update on COVID, vaccinations and more in New York City.
Hochul signs package of opioid crisis billsOne major change includes the requirement for drug-based treatment in all New York State prisons and prisons.
NYPD shares update on Harlem shootingNYPD Department Chief Rodney Harrison provides an update on gunfire involving police and hostage-taking in Harlem.
Governor Hochul speaks at Jewish Heritage MuseumGovernor Kathy Hochul makes an announcement at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Lower Manhattan.