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N.J., Conn. Qualify For Tri-State Travel Advisory List, But Gov. Cuomo Says It's Not Logistically Possible To Add Them NowIt's a Tri-State Area conundrum. The number of coronavirus cases in New Jersey and Connecticut qualify the two states for the quarantine list in New York.
Manager Of Manhattan Hostel Says He Installed Ear-Splitting Alarm To Keep Homeless AwayResidents near an Amsterdam Avenue hostel say they haven't been able to get any sleep lately. An alarm keeps blaring at all hours of the night.
NASA Successfully Completes Historic Landing On AsteroidOSIRIS-REx touched down on the asteroid for approximately 16 seconds. A robotic arm then grabbed a handful of soil and rocks, before the spacecraft took off again.
Judge Rules NYC Crosswalks Fail To Protect Blind PedestriansU.S. District Judge Paul A. Engelmayer in Manhattan said the city has violated three laws protecting the disabled with its failure to equip most crosswalk signals to aid the blind or those with bad eyesight.
McConnell Urged White House Not To Make A Deal On Stimulus Bill Ahead Of ElectionMcConnell told Senate Republicans Tuesday that he urged the White House against making a deal on a large coronavirus stimulus bill ahead of the election, a source familiar confirmed to CBS News.
Stimulus Package Update: Is A Deal Even Possible At This Point?House Democrats and the Trump administration agreeing on stimulus terms isn't even the biggest obstacle to a stimulus package.
Police: Kidnapping Victim Mouths 'Help Me' To Bystander, Leading To RescueA New Jersey woman managed to make a secret plea to a stranger for help as police say she was being kidnapped, carjacked and robbed.
NYPD Unveils Plan To Protect New Yorkers During Elections: 'If Anyone Tries To Interfere With Anyone's Right To Vote, We Will Take Action'Early voting begins at select locations in New York City on Oct. 24. Voters can also submit absentee ballots. 

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New York Weather: CBS2 Forecast At 11 p.m.Lonnie Quinn is calling for a grey start to Wednesday and then sun and clouds.
Manhattan Hostel Installs Loud Alarm To Drive Away HomelessThe building manager explained to CBS2's Alice Gainer why he did it, but neighbors are not impressed.
Trump Turns Up The Attacks, Obama Set To Make An AppearanceThe president went after "60 Minutes" and told supporters in Pennsylvania the nation will overcome the coronavirus pandemic soon. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports
Cuomo: Please Avoid All Non-Essential Travel To N.J., Conn.The governor asked New Yorkers to do so after the neighboring states saw an increase in coronavirus infection rates that meet the threshold for placement on the Tri-State Area Travel Advisory list. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
Bell Tolls On Long Island For Those Lost To COVID-19A Long Island village is paying a solemn tribute to the people who've died across the nation because of the coronavirus. Church bells have rung more than 200,000 times. But not everyone in the village is welcoming this method of remembrance. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports
NYPD Has Plan To Protect Everyone's Right To VoteElection Day is in two weeks and early voting start this weekend. The NYPD has laid out a robust policing plan to protect New Yorkers' right to vote. It'll include stepped-up patrolling of polling places, guarding against potential cyber attacks and demonstrations. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports