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Long Island Congregation Completes In-Depth Study Of Complete Jewish Bible After Almost 40 YearsA Jewish congregation on Long Island has accomplished something very rare -- the in-depth study of the complete Jewish bible. It took almost 40 years to get through hundreds of chapters and thousands of pages; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Bronx Woman Charged With Murder In 2012 Yonkers Cold CaseA Bronx woman is charged with murder in a Yonkers cold case dating back to 2012; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Preliminary Results: CT Woman Died Of Acute IntoxicationA medical examiner in Connecticut says a woman who died in December under suspicious circumstances died of acute intoxication from a combination of drugs and alcohol.
Former NYPD Detective Discusses Danger Of Domestic Disturbance Calls For OfficersThe city is mourning the deaths of two NYPD officers killed while responding to a domestic call. Domestic disturbances are common, but also dangerous for officers; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
US Troops On Alert For Possible Deployment As Tensions Rise Between Russia, UkraineRising tensions between Russia and Ukraine prompted President Joe Biden to hold classified briefings for House and Senate leadership. The meetings come with U.S. troops on alert for possible deployment to eastern Europe; Skyler Henry reports for CBS2.
Mayor Adams Defends Plans For Reimagined Anti-Crime Unit, High-Tech ToolsFacing some pushback, Mayor Eric Adams is defending his safety plans to end the epidemic of gun violence. He insists the reimagined anti-crime unit and other high-tech tools will be effective, not abusive; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.