Holiday home decoration already in Dyker HeightsThanksgiving is still over two weeks away, but in some places it’s already looking like Christmas.
Search party hits the streets of New Jersey hoping to find Jashyah MooreA search party took to the streets in a neighborhood of New Jersey on Tuesday to find the missing teenage girl Jashyah Moore; Dick Brennan from CBS2 reports.
Police: Mother charged with murder after 7-year-old and 10-month-old died in a car in Hillsborough, NJ. had been foundA New Jersey mother faces murder charges after her two children are found dead in the back seat of a car; Cory James from CBS2 reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 11/9 evening forecast at 6 p.m.Lonnie Quinn from CBS2 has her forecast for November 9th at 6pm
New attraction enables unobstructed view of NYCThe adventurous can now get a truly unique view of New York City.
Residents of the New Jersey apartment complex damaged by Ida learn that they may soon be homelessThere is new information about an apartment complex in New Jersey that was badly damaged by the remains of Hurricane Ida. Residents had to leave, and for many, the city has been paying for hotel accommodation for weeks. Now these families are learning that they may soon be homeless; Lisa Rozner from CBS2 reports.
Newark officials say the utility pipe replacement project is ahead of scheduleNewark is ahead of schedule to replace its utilities that carry water to residents and businesses. The project began less than three years ago amid a water crisis and would last a decade; Meg Baker from CBS2 reports.
Tri-state governors announce aid funding for mass transitThe tri-state area’s public transportation systems will receive much-needed federal relief to offset lost revenue during the pandemic.
Long Island Writ-In candidate, voters listen to “corrupt system” controlling elections to state judgesSome call it the last bastion of the political patronage cake that distributes judiciary across the state. The voters vote, but they have no influence on the outcome; This is what Jennifer McLogan reports from CBS2.
New Yorkers are preparing to welcome mobile sports betting to the stateThe long wait for mobile sports betting in New York is almost over; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the latest.
Knicks All-Star Julius Randle Announces Fundraising Campaign to Increase Literacy and Math Skills in NYC StudentsAn NBA All-Star Pledges Big Bucks To Improve Literacy And Math Skills For New York Students In The Bronx; Vanessa Murdock from CBS2 reports.
Dyker Heights residents begin setting up the Christmas lightsChopper 2 captured the residents of Dyker Heights who put up the Christmas lights on Tuesday.
The Harlem restaurant owner is reaching out to teenagers and college students to keep business going after the pandemic closesThe job market created more than 500,000 jobs in October, but it’s still a tough market for New York teenagers. CBS2’s Jessi Mitchell shows us how a Harlem restaurant owner gives young people a future.
MTA, Broadway launch welcome back campaignThe MTA and Broadway are teaming up to welcome theatergoers back.
Senator Schumer supports $ 1 billion plan to cover the Cross Bronx Expressway with green spacesIt’s a $ 1 billion plan to cure what some call a concrete scar – the Cross Bronx Expressway – and cover it with acres of green space. Proponents say it will address environmental injustice. Now they have the support of the most powerful senator in Congress; Tony Aiello from CBS2 reports.
2 men wanted for shooting on Staten IslandThe NYPD is looking for two suspects in connection with a shooting on Staten Island.
Home invasion suspects reportedly dressed like cops, victims tied up in the Bronx HomePolice are looking for two suspects in the Bronx. They are said to have disguised themselves as police officers and tied up the victims; Nick Caloway from CBS2 reports.
CBS Evening News launches ‘Honoring Our Heroes’ to pay tribute to veteransThe CBS Evening News is launching a series called “Honoring Our Heroes” to pay tribute to some of America’s 19 million veterans.
Female leaders, veterans honored at special ceremony in Central ParkAhead of Veterans Day, a group of women who have served our country and other women leaders were honored at a special ceremony in Central Park on Tuesday; Natalie Duddridge from CBS2 reports.
Couple Fils Lawsuit Over Devastating IVF Mishap; “It was really my hell”For parents wanting a baby and struggling to get pregnant, this can be an emotional roller coaster ride. For two couples this journey took an unthinkable turn – the embryos got mixed up; Mireya Villareal reports for CBS2.
Governor Hochul Announces Scholarship for COVID Vaccine Incentive ProgramIf you live in New York and have your child vaccinated, you can win a college scholarship.
NYC is adding more COVID vaccine mobile vans in response to the high demand for childrenTuesday was the second day some New York schools offered COVID vaccines to children ages 5-11. There were some supply problems on Monday as around 4,500 children were vaccinated; Alice Gainer from CBS2 reports.
New York State Reaches COVID Vaccine MilestoneNew York state vaccinations have reached another milestone.
Community Search Party organized to find 14 year old Jashyah MooreA search party planned to take to the streets in a neighborhood in New Jersey Tuesday to help find missing teenager Jashyah Moore; Christina Fan from CBS2 reports.