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NYPD Releases Body Cam Footage From Deadly Police-Involved Shooting In The BronxAt the time, it was the third police-involved shooting in the city that week.
Impeachment Trial: Democrats Finish Opening ArgumentsHouse impeachment managers finished their opening arguments in President Trump's impeachment trial on Friday with an impassioned plea for a fair trial.
New York Officials Prepare For Possible Coronavirus As 2nd U.S. Case Is Detected In ChicagoThe CDC says there are now 63 patients under investigation from 22 states, although 11 of those patients have tested negative for coronavirus.
Father, Fiancee Face Murder Charges In Death Of 8-Year-Old Thomas Valva On Long IslandSuffolk County police say it's one of the most disturbing cases in the history of the county - an NYPD officer and his fiancee accused of murdering an autistic child.
Harvey Weinstein Trial: Brooklyn Native Actress Rosie Perez Testifies Against Disgraced Movie MogulDespite objection from Weinstein's lawyer, Judge James Burke allowed Perez to testify in court.
Year Of The Rat Begins As New Yorkers Prepare For Lunar New Year CelebrationsLunar New Year kicks off Saturday with celebrations lasting the next two weeks until Feb. 8.
Back On Track: Brand New Subway Cars Return To Service After Being Pulled For Safety ConcernThe brand new fleet had been taken out of service Jan. 7th after doors opened mid-ride on two occasions. 
MTA Loses Another Top Officer Following NYC Transit President Andy Byford's ResignationThe MTA says the departure was expected.

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MTA Returns New Subway Cars To Service After Safety ConcernsAfter a glitch in the system caused a dangerous situation on new MTA trains, they were pulled from service. Now, they're back and authorities say they're better than ever; CBSN New York's Tara Jakeway reports.
MTA Signal Chief ResignsOn Thursday, New York City Transit President Andy Byford resigned from his post, and now the MTA is losing another top officer.
Mets Introduce Luis Rojas As Next ManagerThe New York Mets officially announced their new manager, Luis Rojas, on Jan. 24, 2020.
New Yorkers Prepare To Join In Lunar New Year CelebrationsLunar New Year kicks off Saturday and millions are getting ready to celebrate the Year of the Rat around the world. CBSN New York's Cindy Hsu reports.
MTA Subway Cars Taken Out Of Service Now Back On Tracks This WeekendEarlier this month, the MTA debuted new subway cars that were quickly taken out of service after reports the doors were opening mid-ride. CBSN New York's Tara Jakeway reports.
Eli Manning Announces RetirementAfter 16 years as quarterback for the New York Giants, Eli Manning announced his retirement from the NFL Friday.
Father Arrested In Long Island Boy's DeathThe father of a little boy who died last week on Long Island has been arrested.
NYC Taking Precautions Against CoronavirusNew York City officials will meet today to discuss the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China. CBSN New York's Nick Caloway has the latest.
1 Critically Injured After Chinatown FireA five-alarm fire ripped through the heart of Chinatown overnight, sending one person to the hospital with critical injuries. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has the latest.
Crews Fighting Flames At 5-Story Building In ChinatownCrews fought a fire at a five-story building in lower Manhattan on Thursday night.
New MetroCards Celebrate Start Of 'Star Trek: Picard'Star Trek fans can now beam aboard the subway with special Picard-themed MetroCards.
Police Searching For Suspects Accused Of Damaging New Jersey Church OrganA congregation in New Jersey is heartbroken after a treasured part of their church was vandalized; CBSN New York's Christina Fan reports.