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Hundreds Of Protesters Show Up In Support Of Staten Island Bar Owner Who Refused To Follow Orange Zone RulesOwner Keith McAlarney and his attorney showed up at the bar Wednesday morning, saying he's not happy but he'll follow the rules and switch to takeout only.
First Doses Of Pfizer's COVID Vaccine Expected In New York On Dec. 15, Gov. Andrew Cuomo SaysThe state is expecting receive enough doses for 170,000 New Yorkers, the governor said.
No Crowd, But Rock Center Christmas Tree Still Sight To SeeThe lights didn't stay on for long, but not to worry, the tree will be lit again by Thursday morning.
Trump Reportedly Considering Pardons For Family MembersThe White House is dodging questions about reports that President Trump is considering preemptive pardons for three of his adult children and his son-in-law.
CBS2 Tours New York City's New Pandemic Response Lab, Which Can Process 10,000 Rapid Tests Per DayThe city now has a new facility to help ease the burden of testing for COVID-19.
Proposed Bill Requiring Sprinklers To Be Installed In NYC Apartments Meeting Strong Opposition, Including By Co-AuthorA rare coalition of tenants and landlords joined Wednesday to oppose a controversial City Council bill.
Concerned Volunteers Build Pantry From Scratch To Address Hoboken's Food InsecurityWhen seniors and families in Hoboken started going hungry at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, a group of local volunteers decided to not let it continue.
Deaths Of 2 Children From Asthma Prompts Westchester Officials To Reiterate Doctor's Offices Are Safe During PandemicThe Westchester County Department of Health says the recent deaths of two children from asthma were likely preventable.

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New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's Vanessa Murdock says the area could experience 50-degree temperatures under partly sunny skies on Thursday.
Rockefeller Christmas Tree Lights Up New York City NightThe lights didn't stay on for long, but will be on every day through the new year from 6 a.m. until midnight. CBS2's Ali Bauman has more on the annual tradition, which was a lot different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump Reportedly Fuming At Attorney General BarrThe president took to social media on Wednesday to air his grievances about last month's election. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports
Race For COVID-19 Vaccine Picks Up SpeedNew York officials believe 170,000 doses of coronavirus vaccine will be available for health care workers and some of the state's most vulnerable residents later this month. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports
Hundreds Rally In Support Of Staten Island Bar Owner Who Defied Orange Zone RulesSome wore masks and some did not, but all of the demonstrators said the restrictions that local businesses face in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic are unfair. CBS2's Cory James reports
Proposed Bill Requiring Sprinklers To Be Installed In NYC Apartments Meeting Strong OppositionA rare coalition of tenants and landlords gathered Wednesday to oppose a controversial City Council bill. It would require 1.5 million city apartments to install automatic fire sprinklers. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports