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16-Year-Old Boy Shot To Death In Crown Heights, BrooklynPolice found the victim inside the Kingsborough Houses with a gunshot wound to his chest.
12 Arrested In New Jersey Child Predator StingProsecutors say the 12 defendants used social media and chat apps to arrange for sex with underage girls and boys, but instead, they communicated with undercover officers.
Caught On Camera: DOT Worker Forced To Jump On Hood Of Vehicle While Directing Traffic On Palisades ParkwayThe worker had minor injuries. It's unclear if the driver is facing any charges.
NYPD: Dozens Arrested During Violent Protests Over Death Of Walter Wallace Jr.Police said charges are pending against more than 30 people, and two officers suffered minor injuries.
NXIVM Leader Keith Raniere Sentenced To 120 Years In PrisonThe 60-year-old was convicted of multiple crimes including racketeering and sex trafficking last year. 
NYC Board Of Elections Extends Early Voting Hours As Long Lines Continue To Form Outside Polling LocationsMost people who spoke to CBS2 were not angry but say the wait is annoying and could have been avoided with better planning.
COVID Long Haulers Still Suffering Long-Term Effects Of Virus Months LaterAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in three hospitalized with COVID will face long-term effects, but even people who didn't feel that sick can still face issues months later.
2020 Election Live Updates: Biden Heads To Georgia As Trump Turns To MidwestWe are now just one week away from Election Day, and Tuesday was a day for closing arguments in crucial swing states.
Connecticut COVID-19 Positivity Test Rate Reaches 4.1%, Highest Since Early JuneGov. Ned Lamont's administration plans to extend an executive order to allow outdoor dining.
New Jersey Family Puts Zombie Display Back In Front Yard After Complaints About TrafficOver the weekend, police officers arrived at the home after neighbors complained about the traffic from people stopping to look at the zombies.
MTA Launches Coronavirus Screening Program For Front Line WorkersIn the initial phase, up to 2,000 employees will be tested for free at rotating field locations, including bus depots and train yards, and at health service centers.
Port Authority Of New York And New Jersey Will Fine Travelers Without Masks, Face CoveringsFace coverings are required at Port Authority facilities, including airport terminals, train stations and bus terminals.
New York City Council Considering Bill Requiring Shared Moped Companies To Implement More Safety PrecautionsThis summer, the ride-share company Revel shut down service for two weeks following the deaths of three riders, including CBS2 reporter Nina Kapur.
U.S. Treasury Department Refunds Nearly $4 Million To FDNY World Trade Center Health ProgramThe $3.92 million was being held because of debts owed by New York City.
Vandalism Reported, Protesters Taken Into Custody As New Yorkers Call For Justice For Walter Wallace Jr.About 200 people marched from Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn on Tuesday.
Livingston High School Student Nick Guido Cleans Up Local Basketball Courts: 'I Was Really Trying... To Help Our Community Out'The park had been closed due to COVID in the spring, then reopened this summer, and was swamped since outdoor hoops was one of the only games in town.
COVID Pandemic Prompts Uptick In Lasik Surgery ProceduresToo many hours of screen time can dry out your contact lenses, and wearing glasses along with that all-important mask can lead to foggy specs. That's what led to a Lasik eye surgery comeback. 
Construction Continues At Legoland New York With Park Planning 2021 OpeningThe park will eventually employ 1,000 people, a major post-pandemic economic boost.
Surveillance Video Shows 'Nothing Short Of Heroic' Actions Of Off-Duty NYPD Officer Maharaj, Who Intervened In Fatal Queens ShootingGunfire broke out inside a Queens convenience store Monday night. It happened right in front of an off-duty police officer, who jumped into action. 
SUNY To Require Negative COVID-19 Tests Before Students Can Travel For ThanksgivingThe new testing policy will apply to all students who are taking at least one class on campus, working on campus, or using on-campus services including the gymnasium, library or dining hall.
Local Retailers Worried About Holiday Season As Many Americans Shop OnlineFor many Americans, the holiday shopping season is well underway, but the shift to the web and the pandemic are having a big impact on local retailers.
Mayor De Blasio Urges New Yorkers To Stay Home For The Holidays: 'We Have A Real Threat Of A Second Wave'The mayor asked people not bring COVID back to the city and to help prevent a spike in infections. 
Laura Curran Touts Progress Slowing Coronavirus Cases In Five Towns AreaShe says in Lawrence, over the last week, the number of positive cases has dropped 25%, and down 75% over the last three weeks. 
New York City's Blood Supply Dangerously Low; 'Anyone Who Can Donate Blood, We Need You Now'Temporary blood shortages are common during this time of year, but the coronavirus pandemic has created a chronic shortage, with many people wondering if it is safe to donate. 
Stimulus Package Update: Why Testing Language Is Holding Up ChecksNegotiations on a second stimulus package are stalled, and language on testing and tracing is at least partly to blame.
Hoboken Lawmakers Consider Fine Of Up $1,000 For Indoor House PartiesThe ordinance comes as the mayor plans to sign an order that bars must close at midnight each night.
Newark Set To Begin Second Wave Of Coronavirus Restrictions On Non-Essential BusinessesRestrictions on non-essential businesses and recreational facilities go into effect at 8 p.m.
Pete Buttigieg Warns U.S. Facing 'Crisis' In New Book, 'Trust': Confidence In Country At 'Emergency Levels'"The former presidential candidate discusses the 2020 Presidential Election, what a Joe Biden administration would look like and his new Simon & Schuster audiobook "Trust."
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