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New Jersey Rep. Mikie Sherrill Tells CBS2 About Concerns Over Capitol Tours Day Before Deadly Riot: 'It Seemed As If They Were Gathering Intelligence'Sherrill tells CBS2's Alice Gainer about sounding the alarm over tours that took place on Jan. 5.
COVID Vaccine Questions Answered: Can You Still Catch Virus After First Dose?As the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines accelerates, Dr. Mallika Marshall and Dr. Max Gomez answer common questions about vaccinations.
MTA Bus Crashes And Hangs Off Edge Of Cross Bronx Expressway; 8 People HurtVideo shows the front section of an MTA double bus hanging over the overpass.
NYPD Releases New Photos Of Suspect In Attempted Rape In Bronx StairwellPolice said the victim bit the suspect in the hand before the attack escalated any further.
New York City Marks 12 Years Since 'Miracle On The Hudson' Plane LandingWhen a flock of geese disabled the engines, Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger had to choose between trying to reach an airport or attempting a daring water landing. 
COVID Vaccine: CBS2 Finds Nearly Empty Vaccination Centers Turning Eligible New Yorkers Away OvernightThe city would not answer how many overnight appointments were booked, nor how many doses were administered overnight.
Sen. Schumer: New York To Receive Additional $2 Billion In COVID ReliefFinancial relief is headed to New York City and the state.
New York City Sending Officers To Assist With Inauguration Day While Stepping Up Security Around Local Government BuildingsThe FBI is investigating coordination among attackers. Videos from last week show people acting together to breach the Capitol and attack police.

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New Jersey Girl Rescues 200 Books Local Library Was Going To Discard, Offers Them To Teachers, Children, And ParentsThere's a little girl from New Jersey who has been checking out books from the library since she was tiny. Now in eighth grade, she's spreading her love of books and reading throughout her community.
Only On CBS2: Illegal Parties Continue To Rage Across NYC In Violation Of COVID-19 RestrictionsThe New York City Sheriff's Office is primarily in charge of enforcement. When CBS2 asked why so many are going unpoliced, both the mayor and sheriff's offices say the city's resources are spread thin right now.
CBS2 Unveils Slate Of Mayoral Debates With Partners NewsRadio 880, 1010 WINS And Common Cause New YorkAs the city elects new mayor this year, CBS2 is announcing a slate of debates and interviews to help viewers learn about the candidates. 
Esquire Magazine Names 20 Tri-State Restaurants 'America Can't Afford To Lose' During PandemicAccording to the New York City Hospitality Alliance. more than 1,000 restaurants have already closed in New York City. 
Only On CBS2: Researchers Testing Samples For New UK COVID Variant At New Jersey LabThe technicians at the lab are processing up to 50 samples a day. Those samples are coming straight from patients who are hospitalized with COVID.
Helping Out During COVID: Long Island Men Create Free Social Media Ads For Struggling Small BusinessesDuring a fishing trip , Len Oppenheimer and Doug Goodstein came up with the idea to make and donate social media ads to help their friends.