Bronx shootout sends 20-year-old to hospital in critical conditionA suspect in the second car opened fire after arguing with the victim.
NYPD: man wanted for attempted rape in the BronxThe NYPD released a discordant surveillance video of a man grabbing a 27-year-old woman as she entered a building on East 210th Street.
CBS2 Weather: 6/27 Afternoon forecastJohn Elliott has the forecast for the afternoon of June 27, 2020
Child burned by fireworks receives special visit from FDNY, NYPDA toddler burned by illegal fireworks in the Bronx received a special visit on Friday.
New York Weather: CBS2 Night forecast 6/26 at 11:00 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for June 26 at 11 p.m.
New York’s landmarks light up for Pride MonthNew York Light pays tribute to Pride Month and the LGBTQ community.
MTA Honors LGBTQ Community With Heart Pride LogoThe MTA celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first Pride March in New York.
NYPD sees slight increase in members applying for retirementWith protesters calling for police funding and a citywide crime spike, the NYPD is also seeing an increase in the number of members requesting their retirement; Ali Bauman from CBS2 reports.
Tensions mount after protesters, counter-protesters clash on the Columbus statue in Nutley, N.J.Tensions rose over a statue of Christopher Columbus in New Jersey on Friday; Jessica Layton reports from CBS2.
Tri-state area residents express little concern as White House issues warning about coronavirus surgeryWhile residents of some other parts of the country are asked to stay at home due to increasing cases of coronavirus, residents of the three states continue to congregate outside restaurants and bars without worry; Cory James reports from CBS2.
New York’s takeout cocktail law extended for the third time, providing relief to restaurant and bar ownersAs the road to reopening continues, New York restaurant and bar owners are given a new stay. Cindy Hsu reports from CBS2.
Calls from business owners and residents affected by the wave of hellish cooking crimes are getting louderA scene similar to that of the Wild West stretches one block from 43rd Street West to 42nd Street on Ninth Avenue. Report by Dave Carlin from CBS2.
Pelham artist exposes city’s ‘dirty laundry’ to spark conversation about racismThe position against racism has flooded social networks. Steve Overmyer of CBS2 reports that a Pelham woman is leading the conversation in the art world.
CBS2 Tonight ForecastLonnie Quinn updated CBS New York’s forecast tonight
Max Minute: New Study Details Increase in Cardiac Arrests in New York During COVID-19 Month PeakAs COVID-19 continues to spread at a frightening rate across the South and West, doctors are learning that the disease is causing damage throughout the body. Reports from Dr. Max Gomez of CBS2.
Girl uses neighbor’s hose to try to put out rye fireA young girl from Rye, New York, was photographed while trying to help put out a fire.
De Blasio warns again of 22,000 layoffs of city workers if no budget aid is to comeMayor Bill de Blasio said again on Friday that New York City faces a billion dollar budget deficit and may have to lay off 22,000 city workers if no financial assistance is forthcoming. Report by Marcia Kramer from CBS2.
Mother Speaks After Son Saved from Fire by Abandonment to Police Below: “We Had to Think Fast”When a fire broke out in their building, a mother and father made a decision for a second to drop their 4-year-old son out of the police window below. Natalie Duddridge reports from CBS2.
Coronavirus Pandemic Means Changes In Summer Travel Plans, With More People Planning Road TripsSummer trips are a little different this year. It’s likely to be closer to home, so it’s no wonder that car travel and recreational vehicles are experiencing a spike in popularity. Dana Tyler’s reports from CBS2.
Newark removes statue of Christopher Columbus and protesters gather at NutleyProtests in New Jersey take place amid heated debates across the country over the statues of Christopher Columbus. Jessica Layton reports from CBS2.
Mother talks about shooting that injured 7-year-old daughterOne 7-year-old girl is one of the latest victims of gun violence as New York City struggles with a disturbing increase in gunfire. His mother talks about the terrifying moment when her daughter was hit by a bullet; Report from Andrea Grymes of CBS2.
New York public schools are working on a back-to-class plan this fallThe appearance for New York’s public schools in September is still going on, but the mayor says that somehow they plan to open this fall; Report by Kevin Rincon from CBS2.
Nassau County Officials Work On Fall 2020 School PlanOn Long Island, Nassau County officials are working on face-to-face courses starting in September.
New Jersey Governor Unveils School Plans For Fall 2020The school is closed for the summer, but in New Jersey, students should plan to return to class in the fall; Alice Gainer’s reports from CBS2.