Woman shot through peepholePolice said the 37-year-old victim was shot Monday inside a building on the Upper West Side.
Voters decide: Stamford’s mayorFormer Major League Baseball player and manager Bobby Valentine is up against Democrat Caroline Simmons.
The voters decide: Bergen county clerkDemocrat incumbent John Hogan is seeking a third term in which he faces Republican challenger Bridget Kelly.
Voters Decide: New Jersey Gov. RaceNew Jersey voters will decide who will be governor Tuesday. Democratic incumbent Phil Murphy is trying to fight a challenge from Republican Jack Ciattarelli. CBS2’s Christina Fan has the latest.
Voters decide: NYC Mayoral RaceNew York City voters will choose a next mayor to choose between Democrat Eric Adams or Republican Curtis Sliwa. CBS2’s John Dias has the latest on the race.
NYC strikes down on fake medical calls over vaccine mandateAuthorities say a few thousand FDNY members are urging to keep their payslips without being vaccinated. CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge has the latest.
New York weather: Cool downCBS2’s Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
Boys missing from Brooklyn ParkPolice are looking for two 11-year-old boys who were last seen Monday in Fort Greene Park.
Experts say climate change is making a dent in autumn foliageCBS2’s Vanessa Murdock has the story.
Weather in New York: CBS2 23:00 weather forecastCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn talks about continued cool temperatures as we go further into the week.
Brooklyn homeowner stops attempted push-in robbery on Halloween nightCBS2’s Maurice Dubois has the story.
The race for the New Jersey governor is heating up the night before the electionCBS2’s Jessica Layton has more on the final push from Gov. Phil Murphy and Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli.
NYC’s mayoral candidates are making the final push to vote ahead of election dayCBS2’s Dick Brennan has the latest from the campaign track.
NYPD: At least 4 arrested in Staten Island Anti-Vaccine Mandate protestsCBS2’s Ali Bauman has more as Monday marked the first full day of vaccine mandate enforcement for municipal employees.
Metropolitan Museum Exhibition inspired by Seneca VillageA new exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art draws inspiration from Seneca Village, a predominantly black community that New York City destroyed in 1857 to make way for Central Park.
Suffolk County is strengthening its police force amid retirements and growing interest from NYPD membersThere is a lot of pressure to increase the range of law enforcement in Suffolk County. It reports Carolyn Gusoff from CBS2.
Bill will require warehousing companies to let customers see damaged belongings before throwing them awayHundreds of people have been locked out of their storage units for months after Hurricane Ida. They have struggled to gain access and stop large companies, such as Public Storage, from throwing out their belongings. It reports CBS2’s Meg Baker.
Gov. Hochul signs the law on extended family leaveThe new law will allow New Yorkers to get paid family leave to care for siblings.
Voters decide: Murphy tries to become the first Democrat to win the second term since 1977Early personal voting in New Jersey ended Sunday and Monday is election night. CBS2’s Alice Gainer has more on how the candidates for governor spent the day.
New York Weather: CBS2’s 11/1 Monday night updateLonnie Quinn has the Tri-State area’s latest forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
Supply Chain concerns affecting the needs of the Community Food Bank in New JerseySupply chain problems do not only affect consumers before the holidays. The food banks are also feeling the pinch. It reports CBS2’s Meg Baker.
Prayer guard at Brooklyn’s ‘Sacred African Burial Ground’To celebrate Black Solidarity Day, Brooklyn residents are holding a prayer vigil at the Sacred African Burial Ground.
Judge Judy Sheindlin tells CBS2 why she decided to move on to the new streaming company “Judy Justice”“Judge Judy” has been 16:00 appointment television on CBS2 for decades. While she Judy Sheindlin remains a fixed component before our broadcast, she ventures out into streaming entertainment. It reports Kristine Johnson from CBS2.
The law on the limitation of plastic straw enters into forceA new law restricting the use of plastic straws in bars and restaurants in New York City is now in effect.