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Jersey City Shooting: Newly Released Body Cam Video Shows What Officers Faced During Deadly ShootoutMore video released Thursday shows the moment the suspects pulled up, parked and stormed towards the store with rifles in hand and began shooting.
Like Father, Like Son: Couple Amazed To Discover Same NICU Nurse Cared For Father, Newborn Son 33 Years ApartThree decades later, the family is still safe in the same hands.
Coronavirus Update: Explosion Of Cases Reported In South Korea As Death Toll Continues To RiseAs the death toll in the deadly coronavirus outbreak continues to rise, we've now learned of an explosion of cases in South Korea, where some residents are being warned against even going outside.
Intel Officials Warned Lawmakers Russians Are Trying To Interfere In 2020A new intelligence report finds Russia is meddling in the 2020 election and backing President Donald Trump, according to officials who briefed House lawmakers last week.
3 Injured In Crash Involving School Bus In New JerseyPolice say a car trying to turn from Blossom Drive onto Washington Valley Road hit the school bus.
Millions Of Kids Water Bottles Recalled Due To Choking HazardReplacement lids that were given out after a 2019 recall can detach, posing a risk for children.
Exclusive: Attempted Rape Victim, Allegedly Attacked By Library Stabbing Suspect, Wonders Why He Was On The StreetThere are major questions about the suspect accused of killing a library security guard. Just three months ago, he was charged with attempted rape at Nyack Hospital. Bail was set, and it's not clear why he was out on the street. 
Fed Up Due To Rash Of Assaults, MTA Bus Drivers Gather To Say Enough Is EnoughAccording to officials, almost every week a bus driver is physically assaulted -- and the number of incidents is on the rise.

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At Least 3 Injured After School Bus Collides With Two VehiclesA school bus crash in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey, is under investigation.
NJ Couple Amazed To Discover NICU Nurse Caring For Their Premature Baby Also Helped The FatherParents in New Jersey got an incredible and very surprising reunion after the birth of their baby boy. CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports.
Remembering An Underground Railroad Stop In TriBeCaAs part of Black History Month coverage, CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas profiles David Ruggles, an American abolitionist who used his lower Manhattan home as a stop along the Underground Railroad.
Renovation Of Downtown Hicksville Is UnderwayHicksville, a hamlet within the Nassau County town of Oyster Bay, has begun a renovation of its downtown in the hope attracting millennials to the area. CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports
Brooklyn Woman, 78, ScammedPolice are searching for three men accused of scamming a woman in Brooklyn. The suspects allegedly stole $4,500 from the 78-year-old victim last month in Flatbush. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.
Day 3 Of Weinstein DeliberationsThe jury in the Harvey Weinstein rape and sexual assault trial will enter its third day of deliberations today. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has the latest.
Cameras Will Be Posted On B-46 Buses To Monitor Bus LanesStarting Thursday, cameras will be posted on MTA buses to enforce bus lanes on Brooklyn's busiest route.
Staten Island LGBTQ Groups Say They Weren't Allowed To Sign Up For St. Patrick's Day ParadeThe annual St. Patrick's Day Parade on Staten Island is full of pride, but people who represent gay pride are being told they can't participate; CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports.
Harvey Weinstein Trial: No Verdict After Second Day Of DeliberationsAfter day two of jury deliberations in the rape and sex assault trial of Harvey Weinstein, there's still no verdict; CBSN New York's Alice Gainer reports.
Black History Month: Harlem Theater Production Retells Tale Of CowboysIn celebration of Black History Month, hear the story of a local jazz singer and composer who's using music and theater to share the story of Black cowboys. CBS 2's Cindy Hsu explains
Suffolk County Going After Smokers In Their Own HomesSuffolk County is proposing a law that would snuff out secondhand smoke in apartment complexes, condominiums, and multi-family dwellings. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports
Push On To Legalize Mobile Sports Betting In New YorkA lawmaker told CBSN New York's Marcia Kramer on Wednesday the time has come to legalize mobile sports betting in the Empire State, after a study revealed New Jersey has taken in more than $800 million from New York gamblers.