Storm Watch: 1-3" Of Snow Expected, Winter Weather Advisories In Effect Through 1PMWinter Weather Advisories are in effect from 5 a.m. through 1 p.m.
Police: 11-Month-Old Child Shot In Face In The BronxIt happened around 6:45 p.m. Wednesday at Valentine Avenue and East 195th Street.
Fire Shuts Down Garden State Parkway In Brick TownshipSmoke from the fire caused poor road visibility, resulting in traffic backups.
Alternate Side Parking Suspended In NYC Thursday Due To Expected SnowfallParking meters will remain in effect citywide.
Sotheby's Auctioning Off 200 Pairs Of Sneakers By Late Fashion Designer Virgil AblohAbloh died in November of cancer.
Jay-Z, Other Artists Back New York Lawmakers' 'Rap Music On Trial' BillArtists say current law violates their First Amendment right to freedom of artistic expression.
SEE IT: Body Camera Footage Shows Intense Water Rescue At Icy Lake In New JerseyVideo shows an officer racing out on Lake Musconetcong on Sunday, then throw a rope to help.
Rashaun Weaver Sentenced To 14 Years In Prison In Murder Of Tessa MajorsThe third and final teen to plead guilty in the murder of Barnard College student Tessa Majors received his sentence in court Wednesday. 
Residents Living In Multi-Family Homes Running Into Issues Getting Their Fed-Issued At-Home COVID Tests Through USPSThe federal government's plan to send rapid COVID-19 tests to homes through the U.S. Postal Service doesn't appear to be working for everyone.
Biden Takes Defiant Tone In Press Conference, Says He Didn't OverpromisePresident Biden was adamant he hadn't "overpromised" in his first year in office as he held his first press conference of 2022 on Wednesday, but he acknowledged that one of signature pieces of legislation, Build Back Better, must be downsized in order to get parts of it through Congress.
Congressional House Hearing Held To Discuss COVID's Impact On Arts IndustryDuring the virtual hearing, speakers implored small business committee members to extend unemployment for creative workers, create a Secretary of Arts and Culture and support universal arts education in schools.
Tri-State Area's Latest COVID Statistics Offer Signs Of OptimismThe latest COVID statistics in the Tri-State Area are looking optimistic.
Family Of 79-Year-Old Martha Dagbatsa Speaks Out After Deadly Bronx BlastExclusive video shows the blast send debris flying into the air, rocking the whole community.
Broadway Theaters Dim Lights To Honor Late Actor Sidney PoitierHe started his acting career in New York City and was nominated for a Tony Award in 1960.
Bronx High-Rise Fire: Cardi B Covering Burial Costs For VictimsRapper Cardi B is stepping in to help after the devastating fire in the Bronx that left 17 people dead. 
Acacia Network Chief Medical Officer Offers Insight On COVID's Impact In The BronxAccording to the city Department of Health, 81% of adults in the Bronx are fully vaccinated, compared to 84% of adults citywide.
Westchester DA: Police Could Have Done More Early On To Link Robert Durst To Wife Kathleen's DisappearanceRobert Durst died last week, after being sentenced in the Los Angeles murder of his best friend, Susan Berman, in 2000. 
Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman Says Bail Reform Is Leading To Uptick In Violent CrimeNassau's police commissioner has been directed to disclose in daily reports the pending criminal case data and bail status of those re-arrested.
Fashion World Remembers Iconic Journalist André Leon TalleyCondolences poured in Wednesday for iconic fashion journalist André Leon Talley, who died Tuesday night at the age of 73.
New York Attorney General: Trump Organization Misled Banks And Tax OfficialsJames has filed court papers requesting Trump, his son Donald Jr., and daughter Ivanka be questioned under oath, citing "significant evidence" of alleged fraud.
Mayor Adams Vows Crackdown On Drivers And Cyclists Who Fail To Yield For Pedestrians: 'Stop, Let Them Cross'In the 10 years since the Vision Zero initiative began, 2021 was the deadliest year for pedestrian injuries and fatalities. On Wednesday, the Mayor Eric Adams announced a plan to change that.
Father Speaks Out After Children Spit On In Antisemitic Incident In Brooklyn: 'For An Adult To Do It To A Child Is Beyond Crazy'he's accused of harassing an 8-year-old boy and his younger siblings, 7 and 2, who were walking on Avenue P near Coleman Street.
New Jersey Announces COVID Vaccine And Booster Mandate For Health Care Workers And High-Risk SettingsHealth care employees need their booster shots by Feb. 28, and those in high-risk settings by the March 30 deadline.
Biden Administration To Give Out 400 Million Free N95 MasksThe free masks will be made available to the public at thousands of local pharmacies and community health centers nationwide starting late next week, according to a White House official.
Timeline: Snow Expected To Blanket The Tri-State Area Thursday MorningWe're in for another round of winter weather through Thursday morning. 
PHOTOS: Remembering André Leon Talley Through The YearsThe influential fashion journalist and former creative director and editor at large of Vogue magazine died this week at the age of 73.
Caught On Video: 81-Year-Old Shoved To The Sidewalk In Unprovoked AssaultPolice say it happened at 12:30 a.m. on Christmas at 86th Street near East End Avenue. 
As NYC, Teachers Union Discuss Remote Option, Mayor Adams Reiterates 'Our Schools Are Going To Remain Open'Mayor Eric Adams stressed in-person learning will continue no matter what.
Michelle Go's Death At Times Square Subway Station Ratchets Up Pressure To End Transit CrimePolice say 61-year-old Martial Simon pushed Go in front of a train Saturday morning in Times Square.
NYPD Officer Released From Hospital After Being Shot In The BronxIt happened near Lorillard Place and Third Avenue in the Belmont section.

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Broadway Pays Tribute To Sidney Poitier By Dimming LightsBroadway paid tribute to actor Sidney Poitier on Wednesday night.
Congressional House Hearing Held To Discuss COVID's Impact On Arts IndustryThere was a dramatic appeal Wednesday to help the arts and culture industries across the country as the pandemic continues to impact millions of artists. Some people from the Tri-State Area testified before a congressional committee; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
NYPD Provides Update On Bronx Shooting That Left 11-Month-Old Child InjuredPolice provided an update Wednesday night on a shooting in the Bronx that left an 11-month-old child injured.
Cardi B Pledges To Pay Funeral Costs For Bronx Fire VictimsRapper Cardi B pledged to pay the funeral costs for all the victims of the high-rise fire in the Bronx.
COVID Statistics In Tri-State Area Looking OptimisticThe latest COVID statistics in the Tri-State Area are looking optimistic.
President Biden Holds First News Conference Of 2022President Joe Biden marked one year in office with his first news conference of 2022. He spent two hours in the East Room at the White House answering reporters' questions, including Americans' frustrations with COVID-19; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Investigators Still Trying To Pinpoint Cause Of Deadly Bronx House ExplosionCrews worked Wednesday on the homes destroyed by that huge house explosion in the Bronx Tuesday. Investigators are still trying to pinpoint a cause, but they suspect it was gas; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Fire Leads To Closures On Garden State Parkway In Ocean CountyA fire led to closures on the Garden State Parkway in Ocean County on Wednesday night.
Baby Girl In Critical Condition After Being Shot In The BronxA baby girl was rushed to the hospital in critical condition Wednesday after she was shot in the face in the Bronx.
A Closer Look At COVID-19 In The BronxCOVID-19 cases are dropping across New York state, but the Omicron variant continues to impact communities in New York City. CBS2's Dana Tyler spoke to Dr. David Collymore, chief medical officer of the Acacia Network, about coronavirus in the Bronx, the borough with the highest rate of transmission.
Westchester County District Attorney Outlines Evidence Against Robert Durst In 1982 Disappearance Of Kathleen McCormack DurstThe prosecutor in Westchester County says red flags were ignored and leads were not pursued in the 1982 disappearance of Kathleen McCormack Durst; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Nassau County Executive Wants Changes To State Bail Reform LawsFrom jail to bail, the Nassau County Executive is making it clear he wants changes to the state's bail reform laws; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.