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Third Accuser Reportedly Comes Forward, Says Gov. Cuomo Acted Inappropriately At 2019 WeddingCharlotte Bennett, a former aide who accused Gov. Cuomo of sexual harassment, is refusing to accept his apology. She's urging other women to come forward. Not long after, one did.
COVID 1 Year: CBS2 Speaks To Mount Sinai Doctor Who Diagnosed First Case In New York CityOn March 2, 2020, as we were still learning about the concerning virus at our doorstep, Dr. Angela Chen was just a few hours removed from diagnosing the city's first positive patient.
Hottest New Trend On The Streets Is Sales Of Merchandise Representing New York CityThe newest street style in the Big Apple is supporting local businesses. From clothing to carrying branded bags, people are repping New York City with pride.
1 Injured In Construction Fence Collapse In Hamilton HeightsThe city's Department of Buildings said the six-story building on West 144th Street in Hamilton Heights is undergoing permitted renovations to repair damage from a 2017 fire.
COVID 1-Year: A Look Back On What's Been Lost And How Tri-State Has PerseveredWeeks turned into months. Face coverings became the mandatory accessory, keeping our distance an urgent safety measure, and long standing inequities could no longer be denied.
Who Is Cuomo's Possible Successor, Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul?The controversy swirling around Gov. Andrew Cuomo even has some Democrats calling for his resignation. That puts a spotlight on the woman who would succeed him.
Gov. Murphy Announces COVID Vaccine Eligibility Expanding To Teachers, More Essential WorkersTeachers are next in line for the COVID vaccine in New Jersey in an effort to get kids back in the classroom.
Legalized Marijuana In New Jersey To Bring Unprecedented Reinvestment Into Communities Disproportionately Impacted By Prohibition, Advocates SayNew Jersey's move to legalize marijuana isn't just a revenue maker. It will also help communities that were disproportionately impacted by its prohibition.

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Black History Is Our History: Queens Resident Lewis Latimer, Son Of Fugitive Slaves, Helped Make Lighting More AffordableLewis Latimer, the son of fugitive slaves, invented a method for producing a longer lasting light bulb which also made lighting affordable for more people.
Down The Rabbit Hole: New York's Smallest Wine Shop Sits On Main Street In Sayville"It brings people together. Wine's always done that," sommelier Jessica Green told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Riverhead High School Student Will Green Won't Let Budget Cuts, COVID Restrictions Stop The MusicA Long Island high school student could not stand by when his district's afterschool music programs were canceled. Instead, he found a way to give back. 
Immersive Art Exhibit Coming To NYC Invites Visitors Into The World Of Vincent Van GoghWith the help of modern technology, guests will get a rare opportunity to "step inside" the art of Vincent van Gogh.
Black History Is Our History: Divine Nine Fraternities, Sororities Offer Lifetime Of Brotherhood, Sisterhood For African AmericansAfrican Americans still face unique challenges on college campuses and in their communities, so the Divine Nine is as necessary today as it was more than a century ago when most of the organizations were founded.
4 Dogs On Long Island Need New Home After Owners Die Of COVID-19The often-overlooked impact of the pandemic is touching many lives. The North Shore Animal League America has pets whose owners have died or who lost jobs and can no longer afford their care.