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Coyote Sightings Worry Rutgers University CampusRutgers track and field sprinters were running hills Friday morning near where a coyote was spotted. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Car Strikes Father, Son On Harlem SidewalkPolice say the crash was no accident and the family was targeted, and the violence did not stop with the crash. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
New Rochelle Students Rally, Walk-Out To Show Support For Football CoachChopper 2 was over the football field Friday morning as students formed a giant "D" in honor of coach Lou DiRienzo who has led the program for almost 30 years. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Dramatic Day Of Testimony In Day 2 Of Impeachment HearingsFormer Ukrainian ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, who was suddenly ousted, testified before the house intelligence committee saying she felt threatened. Meanwhile President Trump fired back on Twitter. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Young Red Pandas Now Out In View At Prospect Park ZooA pair of curious and cute new arrivals are on the loose inside their home at Brooklyn’s Prospect Park Zoo. The zoo just debuted a pair of red panda cubs born over the summer in their indoor den.
Caught On Camera: Father Mowed Down, Slashed While Walking With Young Son In HarlemA father and his young son were sent flying through a gate when a car drove onto the sidewalk and hit them earlier this month in Harlem. Police want your help to find the suspects.
Albanian Flavors Abound At Dua KafeA husband and wife team make rustic, homey fare at a restaurant named "love."
Making Largest U.S. Cemetery More AccessibleFor years, it has been hard for New Yorkers to visit their loved ones buried on Hart Island because it was controlled by the city’s department of corrections. Now, the City Council has voted to transfer it to the parks department, making it more like a cemetery than a prison.

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