Cardinal Dolan blesses ‘Christmas spectacular’ animalsThe tradition continues ahead of “Christmas Spectacular” with Radio City Rockettes in the lead role.
Former Rikers Island prisoner sues New York CityTwo former prisoners claim that people housed on Rikers Island have been deprived of sufficient water, food and medicine.
Water Quality Issues in Middlesex County Due to PFOA LevelsElevated levels of a potentially harmful chemical have been detected. It reports Vanessa Murdock from CBS2.
Experimental blood test can detect over 50 cancersCancer is expected to be the leading cause of death in the United States this year, which is why experts say early detection and treatment are so important. CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports.
New York Weather: CBS2’s 11/2 Tuesday night updateLonnie Quinn has the Tri-State area’s latest forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
The Department of Justice is seeking to block Penguin Random House’s proposed acquisition of Simon & SchusterViacomCBS is the parent company of Simon & Schuster and CBS2.
NYC ready to accommodate most diverse city council class, with first-time female majorityThere are still votes coming this election day, but one historic result is already being celebrated. It reports Christina Fan from CBS2.
Gov. Hochul signs law banning hate symbols on publicly funded propertyThe law was prompted by incidents last year on Long Island where Confederate flags were hung. It reports Carolyn Gusoff from CBS2.
Manhattan DA Race: The winner will only be the 4th office holder in 80 yearsHistory could be made in the course of the Manhattan District Attorney. CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Stamford Mayoral Race between Bobby Valentine and Caroline SimmonsValentine is running as a non-affiliated candidate with tacit support from the local GOP. Simmons is on the Democrats’ and independent line. It reports Tony Aiello from CBS2.
Nassau County District Attorney, County Chief Electoral Officer on Election DayVoters on Long Island say taxes, truthfulness and public safety are important issues for them. It reports Jennifer McLogan from CBS2.
FDNY Trade Union leader disputes allegations of “false sick leave” callsSince Monday, 2,000 more employees have received COVID-19 shots, meaning 92% of the workforce has been vaccinated. But there are still thousands who persevere. It reports Lisa Rozner from CBS2.
Bronx businesses destroyed in fire late at nightA firefighter is recovering from being injured in the fire that destroyed several businesses.
President Biden speaks on the last day of the UN climate conferenceDelegates from almost 200 countries are attending the summit.
Motorcycle accident in East New YorkDan Rice reports from Chopper 2.
‘Terrible’; Mother, daughter found stabbed to death inside Yonkers homeThe victims appear to have been hoarding, making things worse for investigators. It reports Nick Caloway from CBS2.
Breaking: CDC advisors recommend Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children as young as 5 years oldA panel of CDC’s external vaccine advisers voted unanimously on Tuesday to recommend Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to children as young as 5 years old. CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.
Gov. Murphy campaigns on election dayThe governor spent the day traveling up and down the state for some last-minute campaigns. It reports CBS2’s Meg Baker.
Republican Jack Ciattarelli campaigns in Raritan, NJ on election dayCiattarelli started the day in his hometown of Raritan, talking to small business owners. Promising to help them recover has been at the heart of his platform. It reports Jessica Layton from CBS2.
NYC’s mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa is voting on the Upper West SideAt one point, police were called as Sliwa struggled with poll workers to cast her vote. CBS2’s Cory James reports from Sliwa headquarters.
Eric Adams wipes away the tears after voting for himself in the NYC Mayoral RaceIt was something Adams thought about and spent decades preparing for. He hoped to share the moment with his mother, but she died during the primary election. CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reports from Adams’ headquarters.
FB seizes more than 1 ton of cocaine; Largest shipment heading northeast intercepted for more than a decadeFederal agents say they have seized more than a ton of cocaine heading for the Northeast. Katie Johnston reports.
Ax-Wielding Suspected attacker man on West Side, runs into Columbus Circle Subway StationThe NYPD wants your help finding a suspect with an ax who attacked another man on the West Side. Katie Johnston reports.
Mayor De Blasio’s election day briefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds the latest briefing on Election Day in New York City.