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Salvation Army Of Greater New York Provides Kids With 'Camp In A Box'The Salvation Army of Greater New York is getting creative in providing kids across the state the opportunity to enjoy virtual camp after activities at Star Lake Camp were canceled for the summer.
Max Minute: World Health Organization Says Small Airborne Particles Can Infect People With COVID-19CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez examines a new statement from the World Health Organization about how small, airborne particles can infect people with coronavirus.
Packed July 4th Parties On Fire Island Draw Ire Over Lack Of Social Distancing, Masks: 'Dumb' And 'Unacceptable'One attendee even boasted he had COVID-19 symptoms leading up to the weekend, but went anyway.
Homeless In New York Discuss Life In COVID-19 World: 'I'm Scared One Moment Something Bad Can Happen'While many New Yorkers are going to work or returning to Manhattan for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak, many homeless men and women have been living at the epicenter of the global pandemic.
Amy Cooper, Woman In Viral Central Park Confrontation, Charged With Filing A False ReportAmy Cooper, the white woman who was seen on camera calling 911 and falsely accusing Chris Cooper, an African-American man, of threatening her in Central Park, is now facing charges. 
Powerful Thunderstorms Bring Hail, Winds And Rain To N.Y. And N.J.Monday's soaring heat gave way to intense storms in the afternoon. 
Some NYC Residents Say They Sense Police Apathy To Stop Gun Violence Amid Calls For ReformPeople living in communities affected by the rise in gun violence are desperately hoping for it to end.
NYPD Commissioner Shea Calls On Elected Officials, Communities For Help Addressing Rise In Gun ViolenceFrom the Bronx to Brooklyn, Manhattan to Queens, and Staten Island, all five borough were far from free of gun violence over Independence Day weekend.

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NJ Transit Back To Full Service, But Mask Compliance LackingAfter nearly three months running with half of its passenger capacity, NJ Transit says its back to full service. CBS2's Cory James spoke with passengers who said they noticed face coverings not being worn or enforced by staff.
Salvation Army Sends Home 'Camp In A Box'This year, summer camps may look a little different. For some, it may not happen at all. That's why one local organization is working to bring the fun directly to its campers. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
President Trump Gets Into Twitter Dispute With NASCAR Driver Bubba WallaceThe president took aim at NASCAR's only African-American driver over the noose investigation. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Max Minute: World Health Organization Says Small Airborne Particles Can Infect People With COVID-19The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot of confusion and disagreement among laypeople and even doctors and scientists. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Connecticut Postpones Phase 3 ReopeningConnecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced that the state is pausing plans for Phase 3 reopening. The state will remain in Phase 2 for the foreseeable future.
Packed July 4th Parties On Fire Island Draw Ire Over Lack Of Social Distancing, Masks: ‘Dumb’ And ‘Unacceptable’July 4th revelers on Fire Island got visits from police and social media shaming after videos surfaced of large parties with no social distancing. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.

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De Blasio Says City Will 'Double Down' On Neighborhood Policing To Curb Gun Violence, Discusses Phase 3 ReopeningThe mayor said many factors are contributing to the rise in gun violence, including a court system that is not functioning, economic downturn and "people being cooped up for months."
Connecticut Officials Prepare For Crowds At Beaches Over Holiday WeekendA lot of people are planning to head to Connecticut beaches for the July 4th weekend.
Archbishop Of New York Pens Op-Ed In Support Of NYPDIn a new op-ed, Timothy Cardinal Dolan is throwing his support behind the NYPD; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Exclusive: Community Activists In Hell's Kitchen Meet With Police Officials Over Rising CrimeBusiness owners and people who live in Hell's Kitchen say they are fed up with rising crime in their neighborhood; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Gov. Murphy Gives Latest Update On Coronavirus In New JerseyGov. Phil Murphy gives update on coronavirus as casinos, amusement parks and more reopen in New Jersey
Mayor De Blasio Delivers Thursday's BriefingNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio delivers his latest update on the coronavirus and reopening.
Gov. Cuomo Holds Press Conference On Coronavirus Outbreak Across Country: July 1, 2020The governor discusses the federal government's handling of the pandemic and updates the media on the progress New York state is making.
Mayor De Blasio Delivers Wednesday's Press BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio shares update on reopening and indoor dining in New York City.
Mayor De Blasio Announces NYC BudgetMayor de Blasio delivers update on New York City budget negotiations as midnight deadline looms.
Amid National Protests, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Has Been Spreading Message Of InclusionCBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has more on the work of Alvin Ailey and promoting inclusion through dance.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Announces Indoor Dining Will Not Resume For 'Foreseeable Future'Indoor dining was set to resume in Stage 3 on July 2, but Gov. Murphy that will not happen since coronavirus cases are spiking in other parts of the country.
Gov. Cuomo Discusses Coronavirus And ReopeningGov. Andrew Cuomo gives latest update on coronavirus, reopening and more in New York.