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Nassau County Judge Dismisses Property Tax Lawsuit Claiming New Assessments Violate Constitutional RightsSean McCarthy, of Massapequa, will have to pay $11,000 more in property taxes than his neighbors on his newly built home.
Stimulus Check Update: What's The Latest On A Second Payment Package?Stimulus discussions are back on the table in Washington, but time is growing short to deliver a second round of stimulus payments before the election.
COVID-19 Infections Continue To Increase In Some NYC Hot SpotsHealth officials say while compliance is improving through education, in most of the hot spots, the rate of infection continues to rise.
Truck Gets Stuck Under Overpass On Hutchinson River ParkwayPolice say no commercial vehicles or trucks are allowed on the roadway, and the driver was issued multiple summonses.
Ford Recalls Over 700,000 Vehicles Due To Backup Camera ProblemsDealers will replace the rearview camera at no cost to owners. The recall is expected to start Nov. 7.
COVID-19 Positivity Rate Hits 27% In Lakewood, New JerseyState health officials say they will visit the area this week to further assess the situation.
Seagram's Heir Clare Bronfman Sentenced To Nearly 7 Years Behind Bars In NXIVM Sex Cult CaseBronfman plead guilty last year, saying she harbored someone who was living in the U.S. illegally for unpaid “labor and services” and she committed credit card fraud on behalf of Raniere.
New York Musicians Using Song To Urge Women To Get Out To VoteIt is a catchy tune directed at some of the voters who tend to stay away from the polls.

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Manhattan Senior Care Facility Hires High School Students To Help Continue Education During PandemicThe pandemic disrupted the education of countless students, but not a dedicated handful in a special program at a Manhattan senior care facility. The New Jewish Home hired high school students and put them on the payroll so they could continue their vocational education; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Theatrical Walking Tours Underway In NYCA new effort is underway to bring back live theater in New York City during the pandemic.
NYSC & Lucille Roberts Parent Company Facing Suit Over Illegal FeesThe parent company of New York Sports Club and Lucille Roberts is facing a lawsuit over illegal charges.
Nassau Judge Dismisses Property Tax LawsuitA judge has dismissed a Nassau County homeowner's lawsuit that alleged the county's new tax assessments violate his constitutional rights.
Clare Bronfman Sentenced In NXIVM Sex Cult CaseAn heiress to the Seagram's fortune will spend the next seven years behind bars for her role in the NXIVM sex cult case. She was sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty to identity theft and immigration offenses; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
'We Need You' Music Video Hopes To Entertain, Inspire Women To VoteA group behind a new song about voting is hoping to entertain and inspire. "We Need You" is aimed at women but wants to get more people engaged in the presidential election, no matter their gender; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.