Perfect Beach Days On Tap For First Weekend Of FallIt's the first day of fall but with summer-like weather expected for the first weekend of the season, lifeguards will be back on duty at some beaches. 
HOPE Crew Brings In Young Workers To Preserve Fort Wadsworth, Other Historic SitesMany historic masons and carpenters are aging out of the workforce, putting preservation of our national parks and historic sites at risk.
Apple Picking Season Off To Strong Start At Masker OrchardsSo what’s the best way to find the best apples? CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock traveled to Masker Orchards in Warwick, New York for some expert advice.
Drug To Treat Neurological Disorder Helps L.I. Sisters Gain MobilityIn what amounts to a medical first on Long Island, a drug newly approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat a debilitating neurological disorder is helping two sisters who are gaining more mobility.
Oyster Bay Officials Hope Reseeding Project Will Boost Sustainability, EconomyThey clean the water, create a more durable coastline, and most find them delicious -- we're talking oysters.
Foliage Forecast: When & Where To Find Prime Leaf PeepingFrom green to glowing red, leaves are starting to show their colors across the Tri-State area.
Hurricane Irma Barrels Toward Florida, Taking Aim At St. PetersburgBy late Saturday night, people on the mainland were already feeling the effects, as the winds and rain picked up and some areas started to see flooding.
New York Lawmaker Wants State To Reimburse Schools For Opioid Antidote NarcanPutting the power of revival in public schools, that's the goal of proposed legislation unveiled Thursday on Long Island.
Nearly 2 Tons Of Ivory Crushed In Central ParkNearly two tons of trinkets, statues and jewelry crafted from the tusks of at least 100 slaughtered elephants were destroyed in a rock crusher in Central Park to demonstrate the state's commitment to smashing the illegal ivory trade.
Rain, Hail Storms Create Dangerous Conditions In The Tri-State AreaRain and wind sent people running for cover, as hail pounded parts of New Jersey -- looking like a water house, spraying buildings at times.
Beat The Heat This Summer With These Cool GadgetsIf you’re struggling to stay cool – and stop sweating – during the heat wave, there are some gadgets that might help.
Temperatures Soar Into 90s Again Thursday For Hottest Day Of 2017The heat advisory is in effect until 8 p.m. in New York City as the humidity will make it feel like it's the mid 90s to around 100 degrees in some spots.

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