An argument with a passenger turned violent for a New York City taxi driver in Brooklyn. The cabbie was shot in the neck, and now police are looking for multiple suspects. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports from the scene.
After weeks of complaints that city schools are not safe, the start of in-person learning has been pushed back again. But some parents and teachers say it's still not enough. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports
A new comic book by Chris Cooper is taking a serious look at racial strife. Cooper is the African-American bird-watching enthusiast who was falsely accused of threatening a white woman in Central Park. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
This Hispanic Heritage Month, many Latino-owned businesses are struggling to stay open. CBS2’s Christina Fan reports, despite the struggles, communities are coming together to support one another in stories of perseverance and success.
Roads clogged with cars. Trains that come once an hour. Dire predictions in a new MTA report. It says without a $12 billion bail out from Washington, the LIRR will soon make severe cuts. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
The start of the New Jersey school year means high school sports are also back, albeit with strict social distancing guidelines. But two groups of cheerleaders in Wayne say they feel discriminated against after their high schools told them they’re..
Mayor Bill de Blasio said 3-k, pre-k and District 75 special education schools will still reopen Monday. However, k-5 and k-8 schools will stay remote until Sept. 29. Middle and high schools won’t reopen until Oct. 1. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.