Rents In Manhattan On The Rebound After Dropping During PandemicIf you’re struggling to find affordable rent in New York City, specifically Manhattan, you’re not alone. A new study shows rents have rebounded; CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reports.
Gov. Murphy Signs Bill Protecting Abortion Rights In NJIn New Jersey on Thursday, Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill protecting abortion rights.
Cuomo’s Attorney Says AG Released Some New EvidenceAndrew Cuomo’s lawyer says the Attorney General has finally released some of the previously requested evidence from her investigation on the former governor.
Schomburg Center Hosts 10th Annual Black Comic Book FestivalThe Schomburg Center in Harlem is hosting the 10th Annual Black Comic Book Festival this week. Fans can attend panels and engage with artists and authors virtually; CBS2’s Jessi Mitchell reports.
Lynn Nottage Has 2 Broadway Shows, 1 Opera Currently In NYCPulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage is celebrating a milestone.
Mayor Adams, Gov. Hochul Asking Biden Administration For Help As Eviction Moratorium ExpiresWith New York’s eviction moratorium expiring on Saturday, the fates of hundreds of thousands of tenants hang in the balance; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
CDC Research Shows COVID May Raise Children’s Risk Of DiabetesNew research from the CDC finds COVID may raise the risk of diabetes in kids. The agency says it’s seen a significant spike in diabetes among children during the pandemic; CBS2’s Kevin Rincon reports.
Broadway Producer Talks About Decision To Close MusicalA Broadway producer is discussing the decision to close an acclaimed new musical.
CT Gov. Ned Lamont May Seek Extension Of Emergency PowersConnecticut Gov. Ned Lamont says he may ask the state legislature to extend his emergency powers that were granted for the pandemic.
Midtown Carjacking Caught On Police Body CamNew police body cam video shows a carjacking in Midtown on Wednesday.
Rikers Island Detainees Stage Protest To Bring Attention To Deplorable ConditionsDetainees on Rikers Island are staging a protest, denying some food from the Department of Correction as means to bring attention to the deplorable and violent conditions in the jail. This comes as new video emerges showing utter chaos behind bars; CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Couple Still Waiting For Moving Truck Full Of Belongings To Arrive In NYC 2 Months LaterMoving to the Big Apple has turned into a big nightmare for a couple from Arizona. They loaded all their stuff onto a moving truck back in November, and now, two months later, they’re living out of suitcases, uncertain if it will ever arrive; CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reports.
Rep. Suozzi Calls For Probe Into Gov. Hochul’s FundraisingCongressman Tom Suozzi is calling for an investigation into Gov. Kathy Hochul’s campaign fundraising practices.
Prince Andrew Stripped Of Military Titles Amid Lawsuit On Sex Abuse AllegationsBritain’s Prince Andrew has been stripped of his military titles and removed from charities amid a civil lawsuit on sex abuse allegations; CBS2’s Jessica Moore reports.
Semi Blocking Ramp Near GWB On West SideA tractor-trailer blocked traffic on a ramp near the George Washington Bridge on Thursday, causing major delays. Dan Rice reports from Chopper 2.
Many Bronx High-Rise Fire Survivors Say They Will Not Move BackA string of funerals will be held in the days ahead for many of the 17 victims of the Bronx high-rise fire. As restoration work continues at the building, numerous survivors are vowing they will not move back; CBS2’s Tony Aiello reports.
COVID Surge Affecting Businesses On Long Island As Signs Emerge Of Omicron’s PeakThere are widespread delays in getting results for COVID-19 PCR tests as signs emerge that the Omicron surge may be peaking; CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
Federal Medical Teams Being Deployed To New York, New Jersey, Among Other StatesPresident Joe Biden on Thursday announced plans to deploy federal medical teams to six states, including New York and New Jersey; CBS2’s Meg Baker reports.
Supreme Court Stops Vaccine Mandate For US WorkersThe Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the Biden administration’s vaccine and testing mandate for employees of large companies.
Mayor Adams Reconsidering Remote Learning Option With Low Attendance Rates In NYC SchoolsThe attendance rate in New York City schools is so low, Mayor Eric Adams is considering a remote option; CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.
Bronx Community Leaders Discuss What’s Needed After Deadly High-Rise FireCommunity leaders in the Bronx spoke in the aftermath of Sunday’s deadly fire.
Mayor Adams Discusses Eviction Moratorium Set To ExpireMayor Eric Adams makes announcement about rent relief as New York State eviction moratorium set to expire.
New York Weather: CBS2’s 1/13 Thursday Afternoon UpdateJohn Elliott has the Tri-State Area’s latest forecast on CBS2 News At Noon.
100% Vax Rate Among Adults In Paterson, NJ, Mayor SaysNew Jersey’s third largest city celebrated a milestone on Thursday, announcing it achieved a 100% vaccination rate among adults 18 and older.