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Out-Of-State College Student Dies After Being Struck By Stray Bullet Outside Airbnb In BrooklynThey were sitting out on the stoop of a building in Bushwick shortly after 3 a.m. Saturday when shots were fired, hitting the Indianapolis college student.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Temps Crash Overnight, Low 40s In New York City; Cool TomorrowGet ready for a big change in the weather tonight. After a gray and rather mild afternoon, a cold front will send temps crashing overnight!
Early Voting Begins In New York; Election Officials Prepared For Massive OperationIt's the first time in history that New Yorkers can vote early in a presidential election. Election officials are prepared for a massive operation, and some speedbumps along the way.
Convicted NXIVM Sex Cult Leader Keith Raniere Denied New TrialRaniere was convicted in 2019 of running the Albany-based cult where women were allegedly branded and forced into sexual slavery.
Gov. Murphy Renews New Jersey's Public Health Emergency; State Reports Highest New COVID-19 Case Count Since MayGov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order Saturday to extend New Jersey’s public health emergency, citing a steep increase in coronavirus cases in recent days.
Man Slashed During Argument With Group Of Suspects In Midtown, Police SayInvestigators said the victim got into an argument with a group of people that escalated into a physical confrontation.
NYPD: Man Recovering After Overnight Shooting In Chelsea, No ArrestsThe victim was hospitalized with a gunshot wound to his arm and was listed in stable condition.
U.S. Sets Single-Day Record With Over 83,000 New Coronavirus InfectionsThere are new signs that the nation's monthslong battle against the coronavirus is moving in a dangerous direction.