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NYC Teacher Zeshaan Naqvi Accused Of Having Sex With Minor He Met OnlineAuthorities said he admitted to knowing the victim was underage and even picked her up at her home. 
Suspect Hospitalized After Possible Carjacking Leads To Police-Involved Shooting In QueensPolice said the victim left his car running while he went inside a restaurant to grab food. When he came out, it was gone. 
New Jersey Man Suspected Of Setting Multiple Fires Inside Queens RestaurantAuthorities say 54-year-old Asif Raja used a flammable liquid to set multiple fires last August in the restaurant on Steinway Street.
Brooklyn Building Manager Arrested After FDNY Finds Over 900 Propane Cylinders Stacked In WarehouseThe building manager told fire marshals he ordered propane tanks and sold them to another individual who then resold the tanks to restaurants and businesses that need heat for outdoor dining.
NYC Ready For First Of Its Kind Restaurant Week To-GoMore than 570 restaurants across the five boroughs are taking part in NYC & Company's weeklong event.
Light In The COVID Darkness: 88-Year-Old Becomes Talk Of Her Town For Spreading Love And Joy On The PianoPeggy Kramer recorded "Over the Rainbow" back in March of last year after her daughter noticed rainbows plastered onto windows of homes and in driveways in the face of COVID's dark wrath.
2 Officers Taken To Hospital Following Police-Involved Shooting In QueensIt wasn't immediately clear if the officers were injured in the shooting.
NYC Sheriff's Deputies Break Up Illegal Nightclub In QueensNew York City Sheriff deputies said when they raided the spot in Queens, they were immediately met with resistance.

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Dr. Fauci: Goal Of 100 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Shots In 100 days 'Is A Floor, Not A Ceiling'"It's going to be a challenge," Fauci said in an interview on "Face the Nation" on achieving President Biden's goal.
Health Care Workers Return To Newark Vaccination Center For 2nd Dose As State Grapples With COVID Vaccine ShortageNew Jersey health care workers were grateful to be back for their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as the state and country deal with a shortage.
COVID In New Jersey: Careful Planning Has Helped Essex County Vaccination Site Become Highly EfficientEssex County, home to Newark, New Jersey's largest city, has been the hardest hit county by the coronavirus pandemic, with the highest number of positive cases and deaths.
New Jersey Launches State Plan To Address State's Maternal Mortality RateBlack women die at a four times higher rate than white women nationwide. In New Jersey, it's seven times higher.
Patients Caught In Middle As UnitedHealthcare Drops Montefiore Health System Amid Contract NegotiationsUnitedHealthcare and Montefiore were in negotiations for a new contract when the old one expired. United says it offered to extend the current one for five months while they negotiated, but Montefiore said no.
Dr. Max's COVID Vaccine FAQs: Why Not Prioritize Young People Who Spread The Virus? Can A Vaccinated Person Still Spread COVID?Why not vaccinate young people who are out and about, and will the vaccine keep you from transmitting COVID to others? CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has those answers.