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New York City Public Schools Will Reopen With 'Blended Learning' Model In Fall, Mayor SaysMayor Bill de Blasio said most students will attend in-person classes two or three days a week, depending on the week.
Gov. Murphy Mandates Use Of Masks Outdoors In New Jersey When Social Distancing Is Not RealisticThe main reason for the new outdoor mandate is because the rate of transmission in the state has moved up over 1%, the governor said.
1 Injured In Partial Facade Collapse In Murray HillIt happened just before noon at 203 East 38th Street, near Third Avenue. 
Frustrations Mount As Drivers Wait For Hours Outside New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission OfficesMany people said the MVC should have seen this coming and been more prepared for the massive crowds.
'Black Lives Matter' Street Mural Unveiled In HarlemLocal artists and community groups spent hours painting the words on a stretch of Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard.
New York City Residents Helping Neighbors Out With Food Donations To Community RefrigeratorsCBS2's Dave Carlin takes you inside the story of the refrigerators you may have seen on sidewalks in various places throughout the boroughs.
The Hard Conversation: Writer David Simon, Creator Of 'The Wire', Talks With CBS2's Maurice DuBois About Policing In America: 'Transform The Mission'Maurice DuBois talks with the David Simon, the creator of the hit TV Show "The Wire" about the state of the country and policing in America.
Cuomo Says Final Decision On School Reopenings In New York Lies With Him, Not The Mayor Or PresidentSchool officials in New York City and surrounding suburbs are working on elaborate plans for the fall semester, but as far as Cuomo is concerned, a plan is nothing but a plan until he gives the green light.

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The Hard Conversation: Writer David Simon, Creator Of 'The Wire', Talks With CBS2's Maurice DuBois About Policing In America: 'Transform The Mission'Maurice DuBois talks with the David Simon, the creator of the hit TV Show "The Wire" about the state of the country and policing in America.
Social Distancing, Mask Rules In Effect For Beachgoers Eager To Celebrate July 4th In New York, New JerseyLots of folks were taking advantage of the good weather at Asbury Park in New Jersey.
As NYPD Mulls Budget Cuts, 100 Families In Far Rockaway Hope A Youth Mentorship Program Will Be SparedAs the NYPD decides how to cut more than a billion dollars in spending, there are more than 100 families and police officers in Far Rockaway, Queens who are hoping their mentorship program is not in danger.
The Dig Callback: At Ricas Pupusas & Mas, A Family's Resilience Shines Through AdversityThese days, the restaurant depends on pickup and delivery orders, especially those placed directly by phone—the commission charged by delivery apps is too steep.
Only On CBS2: Hell's Kitchen Residents, Business Owners Fed Up With Rising Crime In NeighborhoodMaintaining a constant police presence is what fearful and angry residents say they need in a Midtown South Precinct area.
Community Street Team, Deescalation Training Credited For Newark's Decreasing Homicide, Violent Crime RatesThe city says its homicide rate in 2019 was the lowest it's been since 1961, and since last year, violent crime and arrests are also down.

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