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Airo AV Imply: Transportation Commissioner Trottenberg On The Streets Clos

Transportation Commissioner Trottenberg On The Streets Clos

Airo AV Imply: Transportation Commissioner Trottenberg On The Streets Clos

New York Weather: CBS2 5/2 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2’s Vanessa Murdock has your weather forecast for May 2 at 11 p.m.

Long Island Couple Shares Wedding Day With Loved Ones Via ZoomA Long Island couple made the best of the coronavirus pandemic Saturday, holding a unique wedding in front of their family and friends but hosting the majority of their guests online; CBS2’s Christina Fan reports.

1 Person Dead, Another Missing After LI Boating AccidentThe Coast Guard suspended its search for a missing person after a deadly boating accident off Long Island on Saturday night.

New Jersey Unemployment Website Suffers Another IssuePeople are currently not able to “certify” for their weekly benefits on the New Jersey unemployment website.

People Practice Social Distancing At Long Branch BeachNew Jersey beaches were popular Saturday.

Coronavirus In New York: 1,000 NYPD Officers Enforcing Social Distancing This WeekendOn Saturday, officers were out enforcing social distancing rules in city parks.

Coronavirus In New York: NYC Residents Flock To Newly Open Streets To Enjoy Beautiful WeatherAfter spending much of March and all of April indoors, New Yorkers flocked to city parks and newly opened streets this weekend to enjoy the beautiful weather; CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon reports.

NJ Restaurant Owner Who Tapped Home Equity To Pay Employees’ Health Insurance Back In Business After Receiving PPP LoanA New Jersey restaurant owner who tapped into his home equity line to pay health insurance for his full-time workers is back in business; CBS2’s Cory James reports.

Coronavirus Update: Golf Returns To Tri-State Area With Some ChangesAction is slowly starting to return to golf courses in the tri-state area; CBS2’s Steve Overmyer reports.

New York Weather: CBS2 5/2 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2’s Vanessa Murdock has your weather forecast for May 2 at 6 p.m.

Family Surprises Nun Outside Her Window For 100th BirthdayA nun in Westchester isn’t letting the coronavirus pandemic ruin her 100th birthday.

Recovering Coronavirus Patient Believes Blood Plasma Donations Saved His LifeWe’ve been sharing stories of hope and recovery during the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis talked to a man who believes blood plasma donations saved his life and now urges others do the same.

Coast Guard Search After Boat Overturns On Long IslandOn Long Island, the Coast Guard is searching for a missing person after a boating accident.

Mayor De Blasio Tours Coronavirus Testing Site In BrooklynOn Saturday, Mayor Bill de Blasio toured the new COVID-19 testing site for patients in Brooklyn.

Coronavirus Update: Thousands Of New Yorkers Enjoy Weekend Weather As ‘Open Streets’ Program BeginsCooped-up New Yorkers couldn’t resist the spectacular weekend weather and flocked to parks and open streets Saturday; CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon reports.

Coronavirus Update: Central Park Field Hospital To Stop Receiving PatientsThe emergency field hospital set up in Central Park will stop receiving patients by Monday.

Coronavirus Update: Washington Heights Nursing Home Reports 98 DeathsThe Isabella Geriatric Center in Washington Heights says it believes 98 people died from the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Cleaning: MTA Prepares For Nightly Subway ShutdownsNew York City’s around-the-clock subway system will see a historic change in just days — overnight shutdowns to allow for cleaning. On Saturday, the governor participated in the process and talked about an effort that he called unprecedented; CBS2’s Dave Carlin reports

Coronavirus Update: New Jersey Residents Flock To Parks For First Day Of ReopeningParks across New Jersey reopened Saturday. Gov. Phil Murphy is calling it a “huge test” in the state’s road to reopening; CBS2’s Cory James reports.

Coronavirus Update In New Jersey: Gov. Murphy Takes On Changes In COVID-19Gov. Phil Murphy shared an update Saturday, May 2, on New Jersey’s changes in coronavirus numbers across the state.

Coronavirus In New York: Gov. Cuomo Talks On The Subway Shutdown, Clean-Up PlanGov. Andrew Cuomo was joined by transit leaders at the MTA maintenance facility in Corona, Queens, to talk about the latest COVID-19 numbers in New York and plans to clean-up the subway system overnights.

Coronavirus Cautions: Twin Willows Uses Innovation To Avoid Personal Contact On The Golf CourseJeff Ward of Twin Willows Par 3 golf course in Lincoln Park, NJ, talks about coronavirus precautions put in place on their greens and an innovative hole cup device to avoid any personal contact. CBS2’s John Elliott reports.

Coronavirus Space To Move: Transportation Commissioner Trottenberg On The Streets ClosuresCBS2’s Tara Jakeway looks at the closure of streets around Prospect Park and talks with Dept. Of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg.

Coronavirus Relief: New Jersey Easing Up Park Restrictions Starting TodayNew Jersey state parks and many local parks will reopen starting Saturday, May 2, but Gov. Phil Murphy warns social distancing rules will still have to be followed. CBS2’s Christina Fan reports.


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