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Exclusive: Port Authority Tunnel And Bridge Agent Candidates Return To Training With Focus On Emergency Rescues During A PandemicTraining started in February but was stopped for several months due to the pandemic. Now, it's reignited with a focus on preparing to take on an emergency during a public health crisis.
Schools: The New Normal | New York City Parents Worry Staffing Concerns Put Tuesday Opening In JeopardyThe school year for most of New York City's 1.1 million students officially starts next weeks, but are schools and the de Blasio Administration ready?
Former Clerk To Ruth Bader Ginsburg Recalls Late Supreme Court Justice's Fight For EqualityRuth Bader Ginsburg was a legal giant and a fierce champion of equality. But, she still made time to be a mentor to those who worked by her side.
Schools: The New Normal | Brooklyn School For Teens At Risk Of Not Graduating Struggling To Connect To Students Through Remote LearningA school reliant on human connection is now limited by internet connectivity.
New Jersey Resident Also Registered To Vote In New York; Not Illegal, Election Official SaysCBS2's Tony Aiello met a woman who realized she's listed as an active voter in New York and New Jersey. Believe it or not, it's legal.
FDA Issues Benadryl Warning, Investigating Reports Of Teen Injuries And Deaths Linked To TikTok ChallengeThe FDA cited reports of teens ending up in emergency rooms or dying after participating in the so-called "Benadryl Challenge," on the social media platform TikTok.
AMBER Alert: Man Accused Of Abducting 7-Year-Old Giselle Torres In Pennsylvania May Be Headed To NYC AreaPennsylvania State Police say 41-year-old Juan Pablo Torres allegedly abducted 7-year-old Giselle Torres, who was last seen in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania.
New Jones Beach Energy And Nature Center Has Some Conservationists SuingA group of park users is suing, claiming it's a misuse of public land, and makes nature less accessible. 

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Firefighters Make Surprise Discovery Battling Brooklyn Blaze: Bundles Of Cash Hidden In CeilingSome firefighters made it rain while battling a fire at a Brooklyn home Thursday. Rain cash, that is.
Port Authority Tunnel And Bridge Agent Candidates Return To Training With Focus On Emergency Rescues During A PandemicWhen the pandemic hit, Port Authority tunnel and bridge agent candidates had to stop training, but they're back at it. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis got an exclusive hands-on look at what it takes to be ready for an emergency.
AMBER Alert: Man Accused Of Abducting 7-Year-Old Giselle Torres In Pennsylvania, May Be Headed To NYC AreaState police say a man who allegedly abducted a 7-year-old girl in Pennsylvania may be headed to the New York City area.
New York City Parents Worry Staffing Concerns Put Tuesday Opening In JeopardyThe school year for most of New York City’s 1.1 million students officially starts next weeks, but are schools and the de Blasio Administration ready? It may not be a sure thing, CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reports.
Former Clerk To Ruth Bader Ginsburg Recalls Late Supreme Court Justice's Fight For EqualityMore than 100 of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's former law clerks were in Washington D.C this week to pay their respects. CBS2's Nick Caloway spoke with one of them.
Brooklyn School For Teens At Risk Of Not Graduating Struggling To Connect To Students Through Remote LearningRemote learning is particularly hard on the thousands of New York City students who don't have reliable internet at home. CBS2's Ali Bauman went to a school in Brooklyn that's trying to connect with students, even when they don't have an internet connection.