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3/27 CBS2 Monday Morning Weather HeadlinesIt will be slightly warmer this morning but still brisk. The good news is that NYC and points south should reach 60 degrees...but cooler north & east.
NYPD Officer Who Shot, Killed Ramarley Graham ResignsA police officer who shot an unarmed black teenager to death in the bathroom of his Bronx apartment in 2012 has resigned, officials say.
Pollution Concerns After Dead Dolphin Found Floating In Hutchinson RiverWestchester County police officers pulled the dolphin out of the river just off of East Sandford Boulevard Friday afternoon.
Police Probe Bronx Shooting, Crash That Wounded Two PeoplePolice say the victims are going to be okay as police remain on scene nearly 12 hours after the crash happened near East 193rd Street and Webster Avenue. Just five blocks down the road, the two men were shot at in a car.
Exclusive: Suspect Pulls Gun In Brazen Queens Armed Robbery, Police SayPolice have released surveillance video of two armed men they say robbed two Queens businesses Saturday morning.
Veteran Newsman Ted Koppel Tells Fox News' Sean Hannity He's 'Bad For America'Veteran newsman Ted Koppel told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he is "bad for America" in an interview that aired on CBS' "Sunday Morning" that quickly became a trending topic on social media Sunday.

Latest Sports Stories

Anaheim Spoils Lundqvist's Return To The Ice With Big Win Over RangersLundqvist made 28 saves in his first start since suffering a hip injury on March 7, and Brady Skjei, Derek Stepan and Rick Nash each scored for the Rangers. New York could have clinched a playoff spot with a win.
Stars Avoid Elimination From Playoff Contention With Overtime Win Over DevilsWith Dallas trailing 1-0 late in the third period, Ales Hemsky put a power-play rebound past Devils goalie Keith Kinkaid to pull Dallas even with 6:36 remaining in regulation, ultimately forcing overtime.
5 Things: Sweet 16 And Elite 8 WeekendSome of the best moments, stats, and highlights you may have missed this weekend.
Maye's Last Second Shot Sends UNC To Final Four With 75-73 Win Over KentuckyThe Tar Heels are headed to Phoenix thanks to the sophomore's late heroics.
South Carolina Beats Florida 77-70, Makes First Trip To Final FourThe Gamecocks are headed to Phoenix for their first Final Four appearance.
Lin, Lopez Combine For 42 Points To Lift Nets Over Short-Handed HawksLopez had 23 points and seven rounds and Lin scored 19 points, his most since getting a season-high 24 on March 14. Lin added eight assists, two steals and four rebounds for the Nets.

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Celebrity Home Adviser Shares Easy Home Decorating Tips On A BudgetCelebrity home adviser Cheryl Eisen , of Interior Marketing Group, stopped by CBS2 on Sunday to share some easy home decorating tips.
Macy's Flower Show Kicks Off At Flagship Store In MidtownSusan Tercero, Group Vice President of Special Productions at Macy's, stopped by CBS2 on Sunday to talk about what to expect at this year's show.
Recipes: Spring Fare From Trattoria Dell'Arte Managing Director Brandon FayBrandon Fay, managing director of Trattoria Dell'Arte in Midtown, stopped by CBS2 on Sunday to share some of his favorite recipes.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: March 24, 2017Finally on Friday, the guys arrived at the portion of the radio program that featured Jerry Recco revealing his highly anticipated "Moment of the Day." This time it revolved around Craig's ever-changing list of famous friends.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Handles His Update BusinessJerry got after it Friday morning, putting the entire update world on notice in the process.
Boomer & Carton: Delivering The Madness, Goodell Isn't All That Bad, And Is NYC A Dump?Boomer and Craig kicked off Friday with a look back at the first half of the NCAA tournament's Sweet 16, as three of the four games Thursday night lived up to the hype.

Best Of Mike Francesa

LISTEN: Francesa Talks Wrestling With Mac & MonzIt's always entertaining when Mike Francesa engages in a wrestling conversation.
Francesa: Yankees Rotation A Far Greater Concern Than Didi Gregorius' ReplacementYankees fans have been talking a lot about how to replace injured shortstop Didi Gregorius. But the bigger issue facing the Bronx Bombers, in Mike Francesa's opinion, is the back end of their rotation.
LISTEN: Austin Romine Breaks Down What He's Seeing From Yankees Pitchers This SpringAustin Romine knows his path to a starting job is blocked by perhaps the most promising young player to come through the Yankees organization in a decade. So for now, he's just focusing on doing whatever he can to help the Bombers win.

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