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Study: Kids Are Jeopardizing Their Health By Not Getting Enough ExerciseIt used to be childhood was probably the most active time of our lives. Well, not so much anymore.
NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson Criticizes Bill De Blasio, Discusses Possible Mayoral RunThe council speaker said he doesn't expect to kick off his campaign in earnest until after next year's presidential election.
Exclusive: Convicted Cop Killer To Be Released On Parole, Widow Of Officer Says She Wasn't Notified About Latest HearingMargaret Mosomillo was 29 years old when her husband, NYPD officer Anthony Mosomillo, was shot and killed in the line of duty in May 1998.
How Much Food Should You Buy For Thanksgiving Dinner?Chef Karen Fischer says if you are concerned about not having enough food, a good rule of thumb is to always go to the higher weight.
NJ Community Rallying Around Father With Cancer Who's Seeking Special Treatment In GermanyThe treatment is not a cure. Doctors told Matt Coleman that when the cancer returns, it will be more aggressive.
NJ Middle Schoolers With Plan To Fight Lead In Drinking Water Advance To Final Round Of National STEM ContestThe annual Solve For Tomorrow contest challenges public school teachers and students to use science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, to improve their local community.
John Ozbilgen, Ex-Boyfriend Of Missing Freehold Woman Stephanie Parze, Dies Of SuicideThe Monmouth County prosecutor’s office said the body of John Ozbilgen was discovered inside his Freehold home.
Long Island Lawmakers Unveil Plan To Fight Rampant Housing Discrimination After Explosive InvestigationNassau, Suffolk and New York State lawmakers are now launching a probe of housing bias based on undercover videos and reports.

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Artists Demand Cultural Equality In Comic Book WorldA new exhibit in New York explores identity and social injustice as the artists demand cultural equality in the world of superheroes; CBSN New York's Dave Carlin reports.
Young Girl Pushes For Sidewalk For Safe Commute To SchoolUnhappy with her dangerous walk to school, one Edgemont sixth grader is taking matters into her own hands by lobbying for a sidewalk; CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports.
Witnesses Speak In Trial Of Man Accused Of Killing Boy ScoutFriday could be a pivotal day in the trial of a Long Island man accused of hitting a group of Boy Scouts while intoxicated last year, killing one; CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
3 Men Killed In 'Suspicious' Fire At Abandoned St. Albans HomeInvestigators are now calling a fire that killed three men in Queens suspicious; CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.
Trump Claims Credit For Saving Hong Kong From Being 'Obliterated'President Donald Trump says he told Chinese President Xi not to send soldiers into Hong Kong because it would affect their trade deal. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Power Issues At Newark Liberty Airport Causing Flight DelaysA power disruption is causing airline delays at Newark Liberty Airport this morning. The airport is currently suffering a power disruption in Terminal B, causing flight delays. CBSN New York's Jim Smith reports.
Rash Of Violent Crimes On The SubwayAt least five subway attacks have been reported since Wednesday, leaving some riders on edge. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
NJ Shooting Suspect Arrested At Penn StationA Connecticut man accused of firing at officers in New Jersey was arrested last night at Penn Station.
3 Dead After Fire At Queens Abandoned HomeThree people were killed and several firefighters were hurt when flames tore through an abandoned home overnight in Queens. CBSN New York's Reena Roy has the latest from the scene in St. Albans.
Immersive Lights Festival, Brooklyn Children's Book Fair Among Weekend's NYC HappeningsTime Out New York's Will Gleason joins CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez to share his list of things to do the weekend of Nov. 23-24, 2019.
Committee Sparks Debate After Resolution On Free Street ParkingAn Upper West Side committee passed a resolution saying the city should consider a more "equitable" use of the curb space, including residential parking permits or parking meters capable of surge pricing. CBSN New York's Marcia Kramer reports.
How To Navigate LaGuardia Airport's Construction During The Holiday Flight SeasonIf it's been some time since you've flown out of LaGuardia Airport, you may find yourself confused. CBSN New York's Alice Gainer show how to handle the big travel week.