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Debate Heats Up Over Who Should Get COVID-19 Vaccine After Health Care Workers And Most VulnerableCoronavirus vaccines are on the way, potentially rolling out to New Yorkers in less than two weeks time. Health care workers and the frailest of the elderly will get priority. But then who?
WATCH LIVE: Trump To Appear In Georgia In First Campaign Rally Since Losing ElectionPresident Trump is appearing at a rally for Georgia Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue in an attempt to boost the candidates ahead of their runoff elections on Jan. 5.
Historic Middle Collegiate Church Destroyed In East Village Fire; Cause Under Investigation, FDNY SaysA damaging fire in the East Village spread to several buildings and destroyed a historic church.
Police Investigating Deadly Shooting Of Woman At Jersey City Liquor StorePolice are investigating the death of a Jersey City woman who was found shot inside a liquor store.
Airbnb Bans User, Takes Legal Action After Unauthorized Party At Suffolk County EstateAirbnb says it is taking legal action against a customer who threw a potential COVID-19 super-spreader party on Long Island.
New York Young Republicans' 'Secret' Mask-less Gala In Jersey City Draws Ire Of Gov. Murphy, War Of WordsA posh New Jersey restaurant was abruptly closed for hosting a mask-less open "secret" gala for the New York Young Republicans on Thursday night, touching off a politically charged culture war.
SPCA Honors Long Island Officers Who Rescued Dog From Storm DrainLast month, the four officers responded to a 911 call in Coram after a heart-wrenching accident.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Rain Moves Out, Wind Picks UpDid the heavy rain wake you up early this morning? The good news is the worst of it has finally moved out.

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Debate Heats Up Over Who Should Get COVID-19 Vaccine After Health Care Workers And Most VulnerableCoronavirus vaccines are on the way, potentially rolling out to New Yorkers in less than two weeks time. Health care workers and the frailest of the elderly will get priority. But then who?
New York Young Republicans' 'Secret' Mask-less Gala In Jersey City Draws Ire Of Gov. Murphy, War Of WordsA posh New Jersey restaurant was abruptly closed for hosting a mask-less open "secret" gala for the New York Young Republicans on Thursday night, touching off a politically charged culture war.
New Jersey Reports Record-High COVID Cases: 'I Think We're In For A Brutal 2-3 Months,' Gov. Murphy SaysFor the second day in a row, New Jersey is reporting record-high COVID-19 cases, with 5,673 positive tests and 48 new deaths. The outlook for the coming months is bleak.
City Council Meets With Pfizer Reps, Hospital Officials And Patient Advocates To Discuss COVID Vaccine PlanThere are plenty of questions when it comes to the COVID vaccine, including timing, who gets it first, and where it will be handed out.
Coronavirus Impact: All Indoor Youth Sports In New Jersey Suspended From Saturday Through Jan. 2This time of year, youth winter activities are usually in full swing. But out of fear things could get worse, Gov. Phil Murphy has suspended them.
Coronavirus Resolve: Pandemic Has Inspired Some To Change Troublesome Habits, Live Healthier LivesFor many, the coronavirus pandemic and a chaotic year have created some pretty unhealthy habits. But others have found inspiration to live healthier.