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Meeting Between Syracuse University, Student Protesters Ends In Stalemate As Anger Over Racist Incidents On Campus GrowsAt least nine racially charged or anti-Semitic incidents have been reported at the university this month.
Missing For 3 Weeks, Hundreds Of Volunteers Continue Searching For New Jersey Woman Stephanie ParzeMore than 200 volunteers formed lines to canvas the woods of Michael J. Tighe Park in Freehold Township – many wearing white t-shirts with the missing 25-year-old's face on it.
Cops: Arrest Made In Death Of 93-Year-Old Conn. WomanA 93-year-old woman's death first appeared to be an accident. But now police have charged a man with murder.
Jewish Man Stabbed Multiple Times On Way To Synagogue In Rockland CountyThe victim survived but was hospitalized and underwent surgery for serious injuries, police said.
Democrats Face Off In Presidential Primary Debate Amid Trump Impeachment InquiryTen Democratic presidential candidates took the stage In Atlanta on Wednesday night just one hour after a blockbuster day in the impeachment inquiry
'Climate Change Is Real': MTA Fills Brooklyn Subway Stop With Water To Test New Flood GateThe entrance to the Broadway G-train station in Williamsburg was completely submerged Wednesday.
Volunteers Prepare For Disaster, Practice Fighting Fires And Saving Lives In NYC's Emergency SimulationThe city's emergency management department held a disaster simulation in the Inwood section of Manhattan, to get volunteers trained.
'It Helps Keep The City Safe': NYPD's Top Cop Defends Stop-And-Frisk After Michael Bloomberg Apologizes For It"It's something that we still employ. It helps us get weapons off the street. It helps keep the city safe, but it has to be used correctly, and obviously it has to be used constitutionally," James O’Neill said.

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Ezras Nashim, First All Female Volunteer EMT Team, Wants An AmbulanceIt's now up to the state of New York to decide whether an all-female volunteer EMT company can get a license to operate an ambulance. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports.
Another New Yorker Dies Of Vaping-Related IllnessA second New Yorker has died of a vaping-related illness, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday. The victim was identified as a Manhattan man in his 30s. A 17-year-old boy from the Bronx died of a similar condition last month. CBSN New York Dana Tyler reports.
‘A Longer, Deeper Look At What Happens Inside A Police Investigation’: NYPD’s ‘Break In The Case’ PodcastThe newest true crime podcast hits close to home. “Break in the Case” highlights the work of the NYPD. CBSN New York's Jessica Moore reports.
First All Female EMT Team Wants An AmbulanceAn all women’s volunteer EMT company is poised for a vote on whether they can get a license to operate an ambulance. It’s a contentious issue in the orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports.
Anti-Semitic Comments Directed At Team In Youth Hockey GameA youth hockey team says their players were attacked with anti-Semitic comments during a game over the weekend. Now there are calls for players to be suspended. CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Families Displaced After Bronx Apartment FireMore than a dozen NYPD officers had to be treated for smoke inhalation after responding to a fire at an apartment building in the Bronx. The fire broke out shortly after 11 p.m. Tuesday on Baychester Avenue in the Wakefield section. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.
Police Arrest 4 In Lower East Side Subway StabbingFour men have been arrested for a subway stabbing Wednesday that happened around 9:30 a.m. on Manhattan's Lower East Side. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.
Update On 14th Street BuswayMTA and DOT officials share an update on the status of the 14th Street busway in Manhattan.
Man Stabbed On His Way To SynagogueA Jewish man was slashed and stabbed on his way to a synagogue this morning in Rockland County.
16 Being Treated After Bronx Apartment FireMore than a dozen NYPD officers had to be treated for smoke inhalation after a fire tore through an apartment building late Tuesday night in the Bronx. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports from the scene.
AAA Reviews New York's Red Light ProgramCBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff has the latest on AAA's review of New York's red light camera programs.