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Exclusive: Queens Basketball Coach Accused Of Scamming Victims Out Of Thousands Of Dollars"So far, from the people I've spoken to, it's at least $13,000 and that's not including the $650 of mine, which probably brings that closer to $14,000," one victim said.
Surveillance Video Appears To Show Drive-By Shooting In BrooklynPolice say they're looking into whether this incident is connected to windows being busted at two other stores in the Williamsburg area on Saturday.
Coronavirus Update: N.J., Conn. Get Approval To Test For The Virus Within The StateThat means patients there can know if they have the virus much sooner. Local testing has not been approved in New York.
Stranger Off Street Gets Into Middle School, Attacks 11-Year-Old Girl In CafeteriaStudents at the Isaac Newton Middle School for Math and Science in East Harlem say a man walked into the cafeteria at around 8 a.m. who wasn't supposed to be there, and then he started grabbing an 11-year-old girl.
Black History Month: Anthony McGill, Principal Clarinet At New York PhilharmonicTo listen to the New York Philharmonic is to experience the pinnacle of the art form. Playing in the middle of it all is 40-year-old Anthony McGill.
New York's Plastic Bag Ban Starts On SundayStarting on Sunday, retailers in New York state will no longer be using single-use plastic bags. 
NYC Council Announces New Legislation To Help NYCHA Residents Dealing With MoldCity Council member Ritchie Torres says NYCHA has a history of not effectively addressing mold problems. 
AP: Feds Search For Possible Gun At Epstein JailThe federal jail in New York City where wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein took his own life is on lockdown as authorities try to determine whether someone smuggled a gun inside one of the most secure federal jails in the country.

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Bill Would Help NYCHA Residents Dealing With Mold IssuesThe New York City Council announced new legislation to help NYCHA residents dealing with mold in their apartments.
Metropolitan Correctional Center On Modified OperationsThe federal jail in lower Manhattan where Jeffrey Epstein took his life is on lockdown while authorities determine if a gun was smuggled inside.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says Federal Government Is Not Funding New Hudson River TunnelsCommuters are fed up with train delays and want a fix, but New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the federal government is giving no financial support to build new Hudson River Tunnels; CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports.
Renewed Push For Safer Streets From New York State Senate After Deadly AccidentsThere's a renewed statewide push for safer streets following a series of deadly accidents in New York City.
Charity Team? NY Mets Fans Using Venmo To Donate For Improved RosterSome New York Mets fans are using a new strategy to try to get General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen to spend some cash on new players. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.
'Oscars' Of Beauty Wellness Expo Returns To New York CityCompanies and innovators are competing for the Cosmetic Executive Women awards in New York. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports.
Black History Month: Harlem's Schomberg Center Brings Cultural Research Into FocusThere's a place in Harlem that's like no other to study black history - and it was actually founded by a man from Puerto Rico. The Schomburg Center holds the largest black history archive anywhere in the world. CBSN New Yorks' Elise Finch reports.
Black History Month: Anthony McGill, First African-American Principal Clarinet At New York PhilharmonicTo listen to the New York Philharmonic is to experience the pinnacle of the art form. Playing in the middle of it all is 40-year-old Anthony McGill.
Wild Turtles Clinging To LifeScientists at Turtle Back Zoo are treating 12 turtles found near New Jersey coast. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
WHO 'Reality Check' Says Coronavirus Global Risk Is Very HighThe World Health Organization says the coronovirus is bound to come to the United States, and officials and parents need to prepare. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.
Stockpiling Supplies Due To Coronavirus FearAs the coronavirus keeps spreading, some people worry that basic goods will be hard to find, so they're stockpiling foods and other supplies.
Safety Demands After Pedestrian DeathsThere’s a renewed push for safety legislation in New York City, following a string of pedestrian deaths this week, including two children. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.