Sources: Ex-Boyfriend Gunned Down Lizbeth Mass While She Was Working At Construction Site On City IslandWe're told this is the first murder on City Island in 25 years.
New Jersey Ranked 48th In List Of Best States In The U.S.A new survey ranking best and worst states in the country is sure to raise eyebrows in the Garden State. 
New York Philharmonic Performs At The Shed As Part Of New York PopsUp SeriesClose to 1,000 NY PopsUp events have been planned across New York State.
Lights On Display In Brooklyn To Commemorate RamadanThe holy month of Ramadan started Monday and is a time of fasting, prayer and reflection for Muslims around the world.
Daunte Wright Shooting: Fmr. Officer Kim Potter Released From Jail Hours After Arrest, Manslaughter ChargesFormer Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter has been charged with second-degree manslaughter in the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.
Police: 17-Year-Old Girl Punched In The Face, Robbed In BrooklynAccording to police, the wallet contained $100, the victim's school ID and two MetroCards.
$94 Million Project To Rebuild Hinchliffe Stadium In Paterson Now UnderwayThe nearly 90-year-old stadium was the home of the New York Black Yankees and New York Cubans of the Negro Leagues in the '30s and '40s.
Authorities: New York Woman Kidnapped, Sexually Assaulted In New JerseyAn unknown man allegedly got in the car while she was asleep and drove to the downtown area of North Bergen. Officials say the victim woke up to find the man sexually assaulting her.
New Jersey Man Who Was Arrested On Child Porn Charges Allegedly Tried To Hire Hitman To Murder 14-Year-Old Child In New YorkOfficials say messages from May 2016 showed that Musbach "asked if a 14-year-old was too young to target" and paid about 40 bitcoin, worth about $20,000, for the hit.
Investigators Working To Determine Whether Johnson & Johnson Vaccine May Cause Blood ClotsWhile that analysis proceeds, the FDA's pause in using the J&J vaccine continues. 
Road To Reopening: Curfew For New York Restaurants & Bars Extended, Outdoor Dining Restrictions Eased In ConnecticutDining restrictions across the Tri-State Area are being eased.
NYPD: Woman Found Dead In Trunk Of Car In Queens, 4 Men In CustodyPolice said early Wednesday morning, officers watched as the men left a building on Foam Place in Rockaway and put something into the trunk.
Father Jim Worth And Ben Hack, Who Lives With Autism, Share Special Bond Over Music And More: 'It Thrills Me'A man with autism was devastated when he could no longer attend church.
New NYPD 'Digidog' Robot Raising Questions Among New Yorkers"Defund the Police" critics sounded off on social media, portraying digidog as a frightening instance of over-militarized police and, with a $75,000 price tag, wasteful.
Bloomfield High School Senior David Odekunle, Who Grew Up In Nigeria, Receives Acceptance Letters From 7 Ivy Leagues Schools: 'It's Like A Once-In-A-Lifetime Feeling'It wasn't even the first time it happened in his household. Two years ago, his older brother, Emmanuel, earned the same honor.
Officials Say Long Island Rail Road Is 'Safer, Cleaner, More Reliable' Than Ever As They Beg Riders To ReturnNassau County Executive Laura Curran says a return to mass transit will fuel the region's recovery.
House Committee Holds Hearings On Dueling Bills Regarding Puerto Rico's Potential StatehoodWhen it comes to cultural pride, Puerto Ricans are strongly united, but much less so when it comes to the future of the island, currently a territory of the U.S.
Bronx High School Students Partner With DOT To Improve Local Street SafetyChanges will include building pedestrian islands and adding bike lanes, stop signs and angled parking across a 10-block radius between East 156th Street and East 166th.
Firefighter Daniel Foley, Who Died After Battling 9/11-Related Illness, Honored Posthumously At FDNY Medal DayOthers honored Wednesday included paramedics Niall O’Shaughnessy and Joshua Rodriguez, who responded to a building collapse, treating several injured construction workers inside.
New Effort To Help Frontline Pandemic Medical Workers Process Their GriefMany experts believe another crisis is brewing when it comes to mental health during this pandemic.
Derek Chauvin Trial: Under Cross Examination, Defense’s Medical Expert Agrees Floyd Needed ‘Immediate Emergency Attention’ For Cardiac ArrestDerek Chauvin's defense called its own medical expert to introduce an alternative cause to George Floyd's death Wednesday.
Little Girl Seen Wandering Alone On Long Island Found Safe, Police SayA woman first spotted her around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday at a gas station near Nassau Road and East Greenwich Avenue in Roosevelt.
2 Horses Killed In Barn Fire At Belmont ParkThere are no reported injuries to employees or barn staff.
Biden Announces Withdrawal Of All U.S. Troops From Afghanistan By 9/11President Biden announced Wednesday plans to pull all U.S. military forces from Afghanistan by September 11, 2021, a move that will bring an end to America's longest war by the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon.
Infamous Ponzi Schemer Bernie Madoff Dies In Prison At 82Madoff died at the Federal Medical Center in Butner, North Carolina, apparently from natural causes.
Roofing Students Help Build Home For New Jersey Family In NeedAn effort is underway in New Jersey to build a home for a family who needs a helping hand, and the project involves some students who are learning construction through a special program.
New York City Announces $50 Million 'Community Care Plan' To Expand Senior ServicesThe $50 million initiative focuses on expanding equitable access to senior services.
Police: Burglars Break Their Way Into Bronx Businesses, Steal Alcohol, Candy And CashThe suspects first struck on March 17, then three times in one morning a week later, police say.
'Plus-Up' Stimulus Checks Going Out To Those Who Were UnderpaidMillions of Americans could soon be receiving an unexpected extra stimulus check.
Advocates Sign Letter To Mayor De Blasio Demanding More Preschool Seats For Special Needs StudentsHundreds of students across the city are waiting for a spot in a special education preschool class.

World & National

Daunte Wright Shooting: Fmr. Officer Kim Potter Released From Jail Hours After Arrest, Manslaughter ChargesFormer Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter has been charged with second-degree manslaughter in the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.
House Committee Holds Hearings On Dueling Bills Regarding Puerto Rico's Potential StatehoodWhen it comes to cultural pride, Puerto Ricans are strongly united, but much less so when it comes to the future of the island, currently a territory of the U.S.
Derek Chauvin Trial: Under Cross Examination, Defense’s Medical Expert Agrees Floyd Needed ‘Immediate Emergency Attention’ For Cardiac ArrestDerek Chauvin's defense called its own medical expert to introduce an alternative cause to George Floyd's death Wednesday.
Biden Announces Withdrawal Of All U.S. Troops From Afghanistan By 9/11President Biden announced Wednesday plans to pull all U.S. military forces from Afghanistan by September 11, 2021, a move that will bring an end to America's longest war by the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon.
Demonstration Protesting Shooting Death Of Daunte Wright Briefly Shuts Down Brooklyn BridgeAbout 100 cyclists rode across the Brooklyn Bridge.
Daunte Wright Killing: Officer Kim Potter, Police Chief Resign; Potter May Soon Face Criminal ChargesResignations have been handed in after the deadly police-involved shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright in Minnesota. His family was joined by members of George Floyd's family Tuesday to demand justice.

Latest From CBSN New York

Groundbreaking Held At Historic New Jersey Baseball StadiumThere was a special groundbreaking Wednesday at a historic baseball stadium in New Jersey.
FDNY Medal Day Honors Firefighter Daniel FoleyFDNY holds Medal Day Ceremony at South Street Seaport in Manhattan, with special honor in memory of Firefighter Daniel Foley.
Mayor De Blasio Delivers Latest COVID BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds daily briefing on coronavirus response and recovery in New York City.
Bernie Madoff Dies In Prison At 82Bernie Madoff, the infamous financier who pleaded guilty to orchestrating the largest Ponzi scheme in history, has died in a federal prison.
Stolen CBS2 Vehicle Located In The Bronx, Suspect ArrestedA CBS2 news vehicle was stolen while our crews were at work in Midtown on Tuesday.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily Coronavirus BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio discusses NYC pausing the J&J vaccine during briefing on COVID response, vaccinations and more.
New York State Pauses Johnson & Johnson VaccineNew York State paused all Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine appointments Tuesday morning, following new federal guidance.
Gov. Cuomo Gives Update On COVID Vaccines For College StudentsGov. Andrew Cuomo gives update about COVID vaccination efforts at Suffolk County Community College on Long Island.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily Coronavirus BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds latest briefing on coronavirus recovery and vaccine rollout in New York City.
New York Weather: CBS2 4/11 Evening Forecast at 9PMCBS2's Vanessa Murdock has your weather forecast for April 11 at 9 p.m.
Sen. Schumer Pushes For Release Of Federal Funds For Mental HealthThere was a push Sunday to help with the rise in mental health problems stemming from the pandemic.
Brooklyn Organizations Will Provide Help For People Of St. Vincent After Volcano EruptsLeaders of the Caribbean community in Brooklyn announced local organizations will be providing help for the people of Saint Vincent.

CBS News: Politics

Special Report: President Obama to nominate Merrick Garland to U.S. Supreme CourtSources tell CBS News that President Obama will nominate federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court. The nomination is sure to lead to a big fight in the Senate, where Republican leaders say they will not take up the nomination. Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell anchor this CBS News Special Report with Jan Crawford reporting from Washington.
Self-driving car debate reaches Capitol HillLeaders from Google and General Motors are urging Congress to create legislation that would help speed up efforts to get self-driving cars on the road. In testimony Tuesday, they made the case that, although self-driving vehicles are only a few years from being on the market, state laws and testing rules could slow their progress. But one expert warned of the risk of rushing the technology. CNET's Roadshow editor-in-chief Tim Stevens joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the debate.
Bob Schieffer on whether Trump's momentum makes him inevitableBob Schieffer, CBS News contributor, former chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face the Nation," joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss Donald Trump's momentum, John Kasich's Ohio win and potential showdown in the general elections.
Dickerson on Trump's momentum, where Rubio's supporters turnCBS News political director and Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the impact of Tuesday's big primary results.

CBS News: Entertainment

Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara on "Schitt's Creek," CanadaComedic legends Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara met in Toronto at The Second City comedy troupe in the 1970s. The duo has shared the screen in seven movies, including Christopher Guest’s mockumentaries, “Waiting for Guffman,” "A Mighty Wind” and “For Your Consideration.” They now star in a TV series about a family that goes from riches to rags, forced to move to a town called Schitt’s Creek. Levy and O’Hara join “CBS This Morning” to discuss the sitcom.
Hamilton cast performs "Alexander Hamilton" at White HousePresident Obama and the First Lady hosted the Broadway cast of the musical “Hamilton” at the White House Monday for a workshop and Q&A session with area students. President Obama delivered remarks on the history behind "Hamilton," and the cast performed “Alexander Hamilton," the opening song of the play, live for the attendees.
Hamilton cast performs "My Shot" at White HouseThe cast of the hit Broadway musical "Hamilton" performed the song "My Shot" at the White House Monday for an audience that included President and Mrs. Obama, Vice President Biden and local students.
"Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders" to debut March 16The spin-off to the hit series "Criminal Minds" will debut on Wednesday, March 16. "Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders" features stars such as Gary Sinise, Alana De La Garza, and Annie Funke. The series is about an FBI team aiding Americans in foreign countries. Annie Funke joined CBSN to discuss the show.