New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastJohn Elliott is tracking some wintry weather for parts of our area later this week.
Female NYPD Officers Head Up Unit That Works With Families Impacted By Gang ViolenceCBS2’s Ali Bauman recently sat down with Officer Candice Negron and Det. Alicia Arquer.
G. Gordon Liddy Dead At 90CBS2’s Maurice Dubois has more on the passing of one of the convicted masterminds of the Watergate burglary.
Report: Florida Rep. Gaetz Part Of Sex Trafficking InvestigationCBS2’s Kristine Johnson has the story.
Elmhurst Church Attempting To Move Forward After Year Of COVID-19 LossesCBS2’s Jessica Layton speaks to priests at St. Bartholomew Parish Roman Catholic Church about how the congregation is healing.
More Witnesses Testify On Day 2 Of Derek Chauvin TrialCBS2’s Dick Brennan has all the details.
Legalization Of Recreational Marijuana Passes NYS Senate, AssemblyCBS2’s Kristine Johnson has the latest.
Reward Offered For Info Leading To Arrest In Attack On 65-Year-Old Asian WomanCBS2’s Nick Caloway has the latest on the investigation and the reaction to the assault from community leaders.
Amid Attacks On Asian New Yorkers, Self Defense Industry Seeing Uptick In InterestCBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis has the story.
NYC’s Congestion Pricing Plan Is Back On The MoveCBS2’s Dave Carlin has the latest developments.
Long Island Cares Offers Boxes Of Food To Struggling Entertainment Industry ProfessionalsConcert venues and live theaters are still closed, leaving local musicians and performers, stagehands and others in the industry struggling. CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New York Weather: 3/30 Tuesday Evening CBS2 Weather HeadlinesCBS2’s John Elliott has a look at the forecast.
John Cronin, Long Island Entrepreneur With Down Syndrome, Unveils Unity Socks DesignJohn Cronin founded “John’s Crazy Socks” with his father in 2016. Tuesday, John unveiled his new “Unity Socks” design, which he’s sending to every member of Congress and President Joe Biden.
NY Yankees Unveil Home Opener Safety ProtocolsFor the first time in nearly two years the Yankees are welcoming fans back to the Stadium. But Thursday’s home opener will be a lot different than you remember pre-COVID-19. CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reports.
‘Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City’ Star Jennifer Shah Charged With FraudProsecutors say Shah and her assistant Stuart Smith the two ran a scheme to generate lists of potential victims, then sell their information to telemarketing companies to try and scam them.
Frustrated Commuters Upset They Can’t Get Unused Transit Benefits BackA federal benefits program that is designed to help New Yorkers deducts money automatically from workers’ pay. However, ?with their jobs now remote, some commuters are asking the IRS for a break. CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
Judge Rules New York Must Offer COVID Vaccine To InmatesNew York must immediately begin offering COVID vaccinations to all incarcerated people in the state’s prisons and jails, a state judge ruled Monday. CBS2’s Christina Fan reports.
Regal Theaters Announcing Reopening PlansFive of its theaters will reopen Friday.
Schools In Paterson, N.J. Gear Up To ReopenSchools in Paterson have been closed for more than a year. Now the district is preparing to reopen, while the teachers union is pushing back. CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
New Jersey Allows Early In-Person VotingGov. Phil Murphy signed the legislation alongside Georgia’s Stacey Abrams. CBS2’s Meg Baker reports.
Race To Finish NY State Budget Before DeadlineGov. Andrew Cuomo and Albany lawmakers face a budget deadline of midnight Wednesday with lots of unresolved issues, like how much to raise taxes, and two areas of agreement: More money for schools and legalizing marijuana. CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reports.
NFL Expands Season ScheduleThe NFL owners were given the power to add an extra game last year. Today they did just that, adding a 17th game to the schedule, making the regular season 18 weeks now. CBS2’s Otis Livingston reports.
New York Collegiate Sports Can Welcome Back Spectators FridayCapacity at large-scale venues is capped at 10 percent indoors or 20 percent outdoors.
Millions More New Yorkers Now Eligible For COVID VaccineAnyone over 30 can book an appointment to get a shot. Next week, eligibility expands to New Yorkers 16 and older.