Unvaccinated New York City workers must be tested for COVID weekly, mayor saysIn seven weeks, all city workers are to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or they will be tested weekly. CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.
3 injured in crash involving fire truck in BrooklynAccording to the FDNY, the three patients were in the car that was hit.
Forensic scientist investigates skull found in QueensWhat appears to be a human skull was found in a backyard in Queens.
Nightlife advisory council suggests city allow alcohol consumption in public parksThe Nightlife Advisory Committee suggests legalizing alcohol in public parks and allowing bars to stay open until 4 a.m. But not everyone is ready to toast the proposals. CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reporting.
Governor Cuomo vows to streamline rent relief processNearly $ 3 billion in emergency funding is available, but homeowners and tenants say the money has been nearly impossible to obtain. CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reports.
Push to increase immunization rates in tri-state regionThe CDC says almost all COVID-related hospitalizations and deaths are in people who have not been vaccinated against the coronavirus. Reports from Kevin Rincon of CBS2.
Stingrays alarming swimmers on the Jersey ShoreHerds of cownose rays make their annual migration to the Jersey Shore, and their return sets off a misplaced alarm among beachgoers. Christina Fan of CBS2 reports.
Weather in New York: update Monday July 26 on CBS2Lonnie Quinn has the latest tri-state area forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
Car thieves target country clubs in Union and Middlesex countiesThieves in Union and Middlesex counties have come up with a new way to target high-end vehicles. Reports from CBS2’s Meg Baker.
Man receives first total wrist replacement in decadesHips, knees, and even shoulders are replaced these days with generally excellent results. But not so much with the joint that you probably use the most – your wrist! That could be about to change. Reports by Dr. Max Gomez of CBS2.
Study: Smartphones can make teens lonelyA new study has found that teenage students began to feel an increased sense of loneliness around the same time the majority of the population started using smartphones.
Governor Cuomo questions malpractice investigationGovernor Andrew Cuomo adopted a defiant tone when asked about the investigation into his alleged misconduct. He said New Yorkers will be “shocked” when it’s over. Tony Aiello of CBS2 reports.
Sleeping man injured by gunshot wounds in Paterson, New JerseyPolice said the man was injured by a bullet from outside the house he was sleeping in.
Queens man killed while changing tires on Long Island highwayJean Louis was on his way to pick up his wife at work in a retirement home when he had to change a tire. Cory James of CBS2 reports.
Alcohol-free boom in progressThe growing interest in alcohol-free products is linked to pandemic containment.
Former Trump campaign adviser appears in Brooklyn Federal CourtThomas Barrack is accused of illegal lobbying and agent of a foreign government.
Savage Brawl in Brooklyn Pizza ShopA late-night snack race led to an all-out brawl at a Brooklyn pizzeria. CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reports.
Lawyers call on lawmakers to stop transferring homeless people from hotels to sheltersTransfers of homeless people out of hotels resumed Monday after some of the relocations were temporarily halted by a judge. Alice Gainer’s reports from CBS2.
Jones Beach Lifeguard Reports Suspected Shark BiteA rescuer says he has a bite about an inch long on his leg, allegedly from a shark.
Governor Cuomo urges workers who interact with the public to take precautionsThe governor said government employees who interact with the public should take precautions against COVID.
Mayor De Blasio says unvaccinated municipal workers are subject to weekly COVID testsThe mayor’s announcement includes the Department of Education, NYPD and FDNY. CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reports.
5 killed in devastating crash on Long IslandFlowers now mark the site of the fatal frontal crash on the Montauk Freeway. CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
Police: man wanted for exposing himself on the subway platform in HarlemPolice are looking for a man who they say was exposed on a subway platform in Harlem. Reports Geoff Petrulis.