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Gravity Of Gabby Petito's Killing Hits Long Island's Blue Point: 'It's Kind Of Like A Shattered Community'The manhunt for Brian Laundrie has centered on a 24,000-acre wilderness park near his home in Florida. Dive teams have joined the search, to comb through swamps teaming with alligators and snakes.
Democratic Nominee Eric Adams Says If He Is Elected Mayor, He Will Rid The NYPD Of Bad CopsDemocratic mayoral candidate Eric Adams says the NYPD has become a "safe haven" for officers not qualified to wear the uniform.
Triennial Exhibition 'Estamos Bien' At El Museo Del Barrio Showcases Contemporary Works By Hispanic ArtistsEl Museo del Barrio is at 12-30 Fifth Avenue at 104th Street. This special triennial exhibition closes on Sunday.
Mattress Giveaway In Queens Highlights Depth Of Need That Remains 3 Weeks After IdaThere was gratitude in front of First Baptist Church, where flood-ravaged families lined up for hours, hoping to get their hands on a good night’s sleep for the first time in weeks.
Family Members Of Those On Rikers Island, Former Inmates Say The Problems At The Floating Jail Are Very RealAnother inmate has died in the custody of the Department of Correction, this time at the Vernon C. Bain facility in the Bronx. This comes as calls for reform, especially on Rikers Island, get even louder.
Exclusive: Credit Card Knives, Ammo Jewelry Just Some Of Items TSA Confiscates From Passengers Trying To Get On PlanesWith many people tired of the COVID-19 pandemic and taking trips, the Transportation Security Administration -- or TSA -- is catching more bizarre items in security.
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Gov. Kathy Hochul Announces Completion Of Major New York Power Authority ProjectDuring Climate Week, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced the completion of a major project at the New York Power Authority's Lewiston Pump Generating Plant.
Special Art Exhibition At El Museo Del Barrio Closes SundayIt's Hispanic Heritage Month, and this weekend is the final opportunity to see a blockbuster show of contemporary works by Hispanic artists. Dozens of pieces are on display at el Museo del Barrio in East Harlem; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
NYC Health Department Closes Investigation Into Legionnaires' Disease Cluster In HarlemThe New York City health department has closed the investigation into a cluster of cases of Legionnaires' disease found in Harlem.
Homes In Queens Still Unlivable 3 Weeks After Hurricane IdaThree weeks after Hurricane Ida pummeled the region, homes in Queens are still unlivable. Struggling families worry their calls for help will never be answered; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
National Media Coverage Of Gabby Petito's Disappearance Raises Questions About Coverage For Missing People Of ColorThe ongoing investigation into Gabby Petito's death hits close to home for families who are still missing loved ones. National media coverage and tips were a huge help, and some are now asking why the same kind of attention is not being given to missing people of color; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Another Person Dies In Custody Of DOC While Calls For Reform Get LouderAnother person has died in the custody of the Department of Corrections, this time at the Vernon C. Bain Jail Center in the Bronx. This comes as calls for reform, especially on Rikers Island, get even louder; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.