Shelter Uproar In Midtown
There are serious concerns over a plan to put a homeless shelter around the corner from Billionaire's Row in Midtown. Meetings are being held Thursday night on the issue. Jessica Layton reports.
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Fire Sweeps Through Bronx Nail SalonAn unattended candle was blamed for the fire that broke out in the salon on Parkchster Avenue.
Trump: Obama Administration To Blame For Russian MeddlingPresident Donald Trump fired off several tweets Sunday about the Russian meddling allegations in the 2016 election. Laura Podesta reports.
N.J. School Child Dies Of Flu-Related SymptomsThe Elizabeth School District said flu-related symptoms were to blame for the child's death. Ali Bauman reports.
Connecting With Kids During Mid-Winter RecessMany local schoolchildren have the week off this week. Dave Carlin reports on some suggestions for family activities.
Tri-State Cleans Up After Weekend SnowfallThe snow brought a tree down onto a house in Harrington Park, New Jersey. Reena Roy reports.

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Trump Doubles Down On Idea To Arm TeachersPresident Donald Trump spent most of Friday pushing his plan to combat school shootings. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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