Law Enforcement Torch Run Benefits Special Olympics NJThe Special Olympics of New Jersey Torch returned to Jersey City on Friday after the charity run was postponed last year because of the pandemic.
Errors Found On More Than 1/3 Of Credit ReportsA Consumer Reports survey of nearly 6,000 people found more than a third had at least one error on their credit report.
Ferry Service Between Jersey City, Downtown Manhattan Resumes At Full CapacityFerry service between Jersey City and downtown Manhattan will resume at full capacity starting Monday.
Long Island High School Students’ ACT Tests Lost In TransitStudy and preparation has gone down the drain for dozens of students at a Long Island high school. Their ACT tests are lost in transit; CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon reports.
Early Voting Begins In NYC On SaturdayEarly voting starts Saturday and runs through June 20.
One Person Dead In Car Accident In BrooklynA car crashed into a senior living facility in Brooklyn on Thursday, killing one person and injuring four others.
Family, Friends Grieve Loss Of 18-Year-Old Moussa Fofana As He’s Laid To RestThere was a solemn farewell Friday for a New Jersey high school student and athlete lost to gun violence. Friends and family came out to grieve the loss of 18-year-old Moussa Fofana, who was murdered earlier this week; CBS2’s Kevin Rincon reports.
10-Year-Old New York Girl Broadcasts NBA Playoff Game On TVFor more broadcasters, it takes years to rise through the ranks to become a game analyst at a network, but one girl has done it by the age of 10; CBS2’s Steve Overmyer reports.
‘The Late Show’ Gears Up For Return Of Live Audience“The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” is gearing up for its first show back with a live audience.
Long Island Leaders Urge Residents To Plan Staycations This SummerSwim, hike or picnic — there’s a lot to do this summer without having to go far. Long Island leaders are urging you to make your vacation a staycation this summer; CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
Researchers In Ohio Studying COVID Vaccine Effectiveness For Cancer Patients, SurvivorsIt’s unknown how effective the COVID-19 vaccine is for cancer patients and survivors, so researchers in Ohio are launching a study to find out just how protected these patients really are; CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Yankees Great Mariano Rivera Inducted Into New Rochelle Walk Of FameOne of the all-time Yankee greats has a new honor to add to his many accolades. Mariano Rivera was inducted Friday into the New Rochelle Walk of Fame. Rivera says he’s humbled to be there alongside a groundbreaking athlete many have never heard of; CBS2’s Tony Aiello reports.
Jersey City Proposal Calls For Gender-Neutral BathroomsJersey City will consider gender-neutral bathrooms.
Hackers Targeting Cryptocurrency Exchanges, Leaving Investors Without Access To BitcoinHackers are now targeting cryptocurrency exchanges like Coinbase and leaving investors without access to their bitcoin. CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge spoke to a Long Island man whose money is now in limbo.
Hope On The Horizon For LGBTQ+ Bars As New York City ReopensThe coronavirus pandemic has made it that much more difficult for LGBTQ+ bars to survive, but hope is on the horizon for these long-time safe spaces as New York reopens; CBS2’s Dave Carlin reports.
Les Payne Awarded Posthumous Pulitzer PrizePayne, who died in 2018, was honored for his highly acclaimed book, “The Dead Are Arising.”
Young New Yorkers Win Full College Scholarships Through State’s COVID Vaccine Incentive RaffleA few young New Yorkers have just learned the value of getting a COVID shot. Some of the first winners of New York’s “Get a Shot to Make Your Future” incentive just found out they’re getting a full college scholarship; CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Trump DOJ Subpoenaed Apple For Democratic Lawmakers’ InformationThe Justice Department has launched a review of subpoenas issued during the Trump administration seeking records of members of Congress and others.
New York-Presbyterian Mandates COVID Vaccine For EmployeesThe New York-Presbyterian hospital system will require all of its 48,000 employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 unless they have a valid exemption.
City Parks Recreational Centers & Senior Centers Set To ReopenNYC Parks & Recreation centers will reopen next week, and indoor programming will resume at senior centers.
2nd Arrest Made In Shooting Death Of 10-Year-Old Justin WallaceJustin was shot in stomach outside a relative’s home Saturday in Far Rockaway, just before his 11th birthday.
MTA Bus Removed From Brooklyn BuildingAn MTA bus that crashed into a Brooklyn brownstone Monday and had been lodged inside the building since was finally moved Friday. CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis reports.
NYC Mayoral Contenders Clash Over Police And GunsIt’s a question that was first raised at CBS2’s leading contenders debate. CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reports.
Video: Gunman On Citi Bike Opens Fire In Harlem, Injuring 1Police want your help finding a gunman who did a “bike-by” in Harlem. Katie Johnston reports.