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PBA President Fumes After Suspect Seen On Video Putting NYPD Officer In Headlock Is Not ChargedCellphone video has surfaced showing an NYPD officer being put in a headlock by a man he was attempting to arrest in the Bronx.
Police: Reckless Driving May Have Been Factor In 2-Car Crash In Brooklyn That Killed 3, Including 11-Year-OldPolice believe the two cars involved were out doing doughnuts when the drivers collided with each other.
50-Year-Old Father Of 4 Struck By Car, Killed In Borough ParkFriends said Jose Barrera was a family man, who was especially close with his 6-year-old daughter.
Sen. Schumer Working On Proposal That Would Give Schools $175 Billion To Help Reopen SafelyThe proposal, developed with Washington Sen. Patty Murray, is known as the Coronavirus Child Care and Education Relief Act.
Child Care Centers To Reopen In New York City For First Time Since Pandemic Forced ShutdownChild care centers across New York City will be allowed to reopen their doors Monday, for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic forced them to shut down.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Slight Risk Of Storms Sunday Night, Muggy Start To Work WeekExpect mostly cloudy skies with about a 10-20% risk. Otherwise, it'll be muggy and mild with a low in the mid 70s here in town and in the upper 60s for the outlying suburbs.
Sailors Injured In Fire Aboard USS Bonhomee Richard At Naval Base San DiegoSeveral sailors were sent to the hospital for minor injuries, according to the Navy, including one person who was treated for smoke inhalation.
Police: Virgin Mary Statue In Queens Vandalized With Spray PaintInvestigators say an unidentified person was caught on camera spray painting the word "IDOL" on the statue in front of Cathedral Preparatory School and Seminary on 92nd Street.

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Social Media's Role In The Racial Justice Movement: 'The Conversation Is Moving So Much More Quickly'Protests after the death of George Floyd—and hard conversations about race in America—are happening all across the country. Three people reveal how they've found a new role for social media in the movement for racial justice.
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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.
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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.