New Jersey took a big step Friday as Gov. Phil Murphy announced child care services can open in about two weeks. It's a huge relief to families who have been trying to juggle work and restless kids; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Demonstrators in Minneapolis and St. Paul defied a curfew Friday, at times clashing with police after charges were filed against the former police officer accused of murdering George Floyd; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Some family members who have lost loved ones to COVID-19 are now dealing with more pain. Their loved ones' cherished belongings they had with them at hospitals are getting lost or stolen; CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
In Connecticut, outdoor cultural institutions were allowed to open May 20, but with so many precautions necessary, many are just now ready to welcome visitors, including a popular zoo; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
CBS2 has learned some of the same international flights that are being blamed for the explosion of the coronavirus in our area are still operating, so what are leaders doing to prevent another outbreak? CBS2's Lisa Rozner is demanding answers.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is facing backlash after he told New Yorkers who are anxious to get back to work they'll just have to "improvise" a way to get there; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
The New York Mets were among several teams that released minor leaguers on Thursday as Major League Baseball looks to cut down the number of MiLB teams associated with each franchise. Katie Johnston reports.
According to Mayor Bill de Blasio, the city may start reopening in just a few weeks, and City Council Speaker Corey Johnson wants to know what the plan is for mass transit, pedestrians and bikers; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.