Trial for fatal collapse of a facadeThe husband of architect Erica Tishman killed by a falling facade complains.
Family say Jacob Blake is crippled by the shootingA second day of peaceful protests resulted in nighttime clashes and destruction in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The unrest follows police shooting on Sunday of a black man, who is now believed to be paralyzed from waist to toe. CBS News’ Mola Lenghi reports.
Mayor De Blasio defends outdoor learning decisionNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is defending his decision to allow outdoor learning when schools reopen for blended learning next month. CBS2’s John Dias has the final details.
List of travel advisories of 5 withdrawn statesFive states have been removed from the tri-state region travel advice list.
Marist students suspended after off-campus partyAnother party without social distancing led to the suspension of more students. This time it happened at Marist College in Poughkeepsie.
Latest news on Danbury peak in coronavirus casesConnecticut is trying to stop the rise in coronavirus cases in the city of Danbury.
New Jersey Governor Murphy’s plan to rebuild the economyNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced his budget plan on Tuesday, and lawmakers will now try to fill a huge hole created by the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2’s Nick Caloway has the latest from Paramus.
Conn.Gov.Lamont, officials give update on Danbury coronavirus peakThe city has seen an increase in the number of cases lately and as a result, in-person school is being delayed by at least 3 weeks.
Mayor De Blasio discusses reopening of schoolsMayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor of Schools Richard Carranza provide an update on the reopening of schools.
Governor Murphy delivers annual budget speechNew Jersey Governor Phil Murphy delivers revised budget address, following a delay due to the pandemic.
Triple shoot in Jamaica, QueensThree people were injured in a drive-by shooting last night in Jamaica, Queens.
Tunnel To Towers devient virtuelThe annual 5K Towers Tunnel Walk and Run has been canceled this year due to COVID-19.
SUV crashes into an outside seatDiners went to safety last night when an SUV crashed into the patio of an Upper East Side restaurant.
New York schools working to accommodate outdoor learningMayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor of Schools Richard Carranza have given schools the green light to organize outdoor classes. But some educators say it’s too little too late. John Dias of CBS2 has the details.
New York Weather: Stormy TuesdayCBS2’s Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
New York weather: Severe T storms possible on TuesdayCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your 11pm preview.
Protesters take to the streets of New York to protest the shooting of Jacob BlakeBlake, 29, was shot in the back by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Sunday night. CBS2’s Ali Bauman Reports
All Trump, all the time on RNC Night 1The first night of the Republican National Convention began with impassioned speeches, and President Donald Trump made a few appearances from the White House. CBS2’s Dick Brennan Reports
7-line subway window smasher strikes againThe latest incident near Hudson Yards on Monday came shortly after the MTA offered a $ 10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.
Teachers who work as camp managers to integrate outdoor lessons learned into classroomsThe summer camps have provided lessons on how to socialize remotely outdoors, which New York students will need to do this fall. CBS2’s Kevin Rincon Reports
Bronx Community College provides laptops for studentsThe Bronx Community College has distributed hundreds of laptops to students, some by mail and others delivered in person.
PSEG Long Island considers no-call policy for non-emergency situationsYou may not be able to reach PSEG Long Island the next time your power goes out during a storm. CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
Governor Murphy suggests reopening of gyms, and indoor dining may be on the horizon in New JerseyNew Jersey could finally be back on track to reopen after Gov. Phil Murphy hit the pause button nearly two months ago. CBS2’s Nick Caloway reports.