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Closing Arguments Continue Today In Deadly East Village Gas Explosion TrialThe building’s owner Maria Hrynenko, general contractor Dilber Kukic and unlicensed plumber Athanasios Ioannidis were all charged with manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide.
House To Hold First Public Hearing In Impeachment InquiryYou can watch today's hearing live on CBS2 and CBSNewYork.com at 10 a.m.
Man And His Dog Slashed Or Stabbed On Subway Platform In ManhattanPolice said the man was sleeping on a bench on the F train platform at the 14th Street station when another man approached him shortly before 4 a.m. and started an argument.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: Cuomo Moves To Revoke Utility's License To Operate DownstateGov. Andrew Cuomo is turning up the heat on National Grid.
Michael Bloomberg Registers For 2020 Ballot In Arkansas"We're getting closer" to making a decision, Bloomberg told reporters after filing paperwork at Arkansas' Capitol.
NYPD: Woman Accused Of Calling 911 Over 24,000 Times Since June, Making False Reports About Fires & CrimesOfficers arrested 38-year-old Yogita Persaud on Friday after she allegedly made her latest call.
Anguilla Preparing Warrant For Arrest Of Connecticut Man Accused Of Killing Hotel WorkerA spokesman said Scott Hapgood decided against returning to the island for Monday's hearing because he was worried about his safety.
Trial Underway For Long Island Man Accused Of Killing 12-Year-Old Boy Scout In DWI CrashIt was a packed courtroom on Tuesday and a jury heard two opposite narratives during opening statements in the trial of a driver who admits he killed a Long Island Boy Scout, but says it wasn't a crime.
Schumer Implores Feds To Release Report Showing If Stop Sign Cameras On School Buses Save LivesA new state law would let school districts install cameras on their bus stop signs, to catch drivers that don't stop. However, Sen. Chuck Schumer said many districts can't afford to install the technology.
MTA Delays Increased Rates For Metro-North Parking LotsThe MTA had proposed to raise annual parking permit fees at 25 facilities by an average of 13% per year.
Police Searching For Missing Teen Julissa Mendez Who Disappeared From Brooklyn Home Last WeekInvestigators say the teen is 5-feet-2-inches tall and was last seen wearing blue jeans and a black hoodie.
Public Hearings In Trump Impeachment Inquiry Set To Start WednesdayThree witnesses are set to testify Wednesday and Friday.
Teen Needed Double Lung Transplant Due To Damage From Vaping, Health Officials SayDoctors found an "enormous amount of inflammation and scarring" on the teen's lungs, said Dr. Hassan Nemeh, surgical director of thoracic organ transplant at Henry Ford.
Yonkers Police Report Missing Autistic Teen Gabriela Marquez Found SafeAuthorities said 15-year-old Gabriela Marquez had been last seen on Hawthorne Avenue around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Closing Arguments Underway In East Village Gas Explosion TrialA landlord, general contractor and an unlicensed plumber are charged with manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide. 
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Temperatures Plummet Across Tri-StateNew Yorkers woke up to fairly warm temperatures but felt a bitter blast by midday Tuesday.
Supreme Court's Conservatives Seem To Back Trump On Immigration, Ending DACA For 'Dreamers'The Supreme Court's conservative majority seems prepared to allow the Trump administration to end a program that allows some immigrants to work legally in the United States and protects them from deportation.
Drama Book Shop To Reopen At New Location In Spring 2020It had been in business for 100 years when the old location on West 40th Street closed in January.
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LI Tutor Accused Of Sending Inappropriate Texts To StudentHe is being charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
Pace University Program Teaches Future Health Care Professionals How To Interact With Service AnimalsClass topics include ground rules for dogs staying with clients in the hospital and how to respectfully determine if a dog is a legitimate service animal.
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New NYC Program Giving The Visually Impaired A Chance To Play Tennis Like The ProsThey’re teaching visually impaired people how to play tennis. For many, it’s their first time trying the sport.
After Series Of Anti-Semitic Incidents, Brooklyn Community Leaders Launch New Initiative Against Hate CrimesCommunity leaders say the hate has to stop. 
Police: Armed Robbers Barge Into Lower Manhattan Birthday Party, Ransack The PlacePolice are searching for a group of robbers wanted for stealing thousands of dollars worth of items during a party. It happened inside an apartment being temporarily rented through a private company.
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'He Did A Lot Of Things Before They Were Things': Director Susan Lacy On Ralph Lauren & Documentary 'Very Ralph'The director explains how Ralph Lauren became a cultural icon.
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Arrest Warrant Issued After Scott Hapgood Skips Pretrial Hearing In AnguillaA warrant has been issued in Anguilla for the arrest of a Connecticut man after he didn't appear in court. Scott Hapgood's defense team says he was concerned for his safety; CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Courtroom Packed In Trial Of Driver Who Admits He Killed Boy ScoutIt was a packed courtroom in Riverhead as a jury heard opposing narratives about the death of a Boy Scout on a Long Island road; CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 11/12 Afternoon Forecast Update at 4PMCBSN New York's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for November 12 at 4 p.m.
Closing Arguments Underway In Trial For Deadly 2015 East Village ExplosionClosing arguments are underway Tuesday in the trial for the three defendants in the deadly 2015 East Village explosion; CBSN New York's Alice Gainer reports.
Officials In Anguilla Preparing Arrest Warrant For Scott HapgoodOfficials in Anguilla say they are preparing a warrant for the arrest of a Connecticut man who failed to appear for a pretrial hearing on a manslaughter charge.
Schumer Calls On Feds To Help With School Bus CamerasNew York Sen. Chuck Schumer is calling for the release of a federal report that could increase school bus safety and is also pushing to get the government to help fund local camera efforts. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports
National Grid Gas Nightmare: Cuomo Moves To Revoke Utility’s Certificate To Operate DownstateGov. Andrew Cuomo is turning up the heat on National Grid. The governor sent a letter to National Grid on Tuesday, saying the state intends to revoke its certificate to operate its downstate gas franchise. CBSN New York's Mary Calvi reports.
Mayor Addresses Flight 587 Crash AnniversaryMayor Bill de Blasio delivers remarks during 18th anniversary of Flight 587 crash in Queens.
NYPD: Armed Suspects Robbed Birthday PartyThe search is on for several armed suspects who held up a birthday party over the weekend in Lower Manhattan. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.
Salt Crews Preparing For Arctic BlastNew York City officials are preparing for a wintry mix of rain and possibly snow today. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has the latest.
NYC Officials Share Update On City's Winter Storm PrepNYC Emergency Management Commissioner Deanne Criswell and NYC Department of Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia share an update on the city's winter storm preparation ahead of the oncoming snow.
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