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When Will Construction On The George Washington Bridge Be Over?Those who drive between New York and New Jersey may be wondering what's going on with construction on the George Washington Bridge and when it will be over; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has an exclusive look at the site.
Mayor De Blasio: 100% Of NYC's School Bus Fleet Will Be Electric By 2035New York City school buses are going green to reduce pollution.
Jersey City Schools Reverse Course On Decision To Stay All-Remote Through FallJersey City schools have reversed course on the decision to stay all-remote through the fall. Starting next week, some students will be back in the classroom, but the decision comes comes after a lot of flip-flopping, which angered parents; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Fire Destroys Home In Upper Freehold, New JerseyThere's new video of a New Jersey home destroyed by fire.
Woman Files Lawsuit Claiming She Was Denied Employment For Using Medical MarijuanaA woman has filed a lawsuit after she says she was denied employment for using medical marijuana. She has epilepsy and chronic pain and uses infused oil three times a week; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
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Brooklyn Woman Helps Support Others Experiencing InfertilityIt is Infertility Awareness Week, and a Brooklyn woman is helping support others all over the world. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says one in eight couples experience infertility, and doctors expect that number is even higher; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Parents, Advocates Want NJ's Day Programs For Adults With Intellectual, Developmental Disabilities To Fully OpenParents and advocates are calling on the state to fully open New Jersey's day programs for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They have been closed for more than a year, causing many individuals to regress. We warn you, some of the video submitted by family members may be difficult to watch; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Brooklyn Company Upcycles Flour From Malted BarleyThere's a growing trend in recycling called upcycling food.
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Hundreds Of Broadway Actors, Theater Workers Protest, Call For More Inclusion In IndustryHundreds of Broadway actors and theater workers came out Thursday for a March on Broadway, and they have a list of demands. Protesters say they want embattled producer Scott Rudin officially ousted and more inclusion in the industry; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
New Yorkers Say Mayor Bill De Blasio Seems More RelaxedAfter seven and a half years of holding down one of the toughest jobs in America, Mayor Bill de Blasio seems to have more spring in his step, showing a new blissful side to himself. It is coincidence or is there a bigger reason? CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer explains.
Health Experts Say COVID Vaccine Side Effects Are Possible Up To A Week After 2nd DoseNow that millions of Americans have gotten at least one COVID shot, we're also hearing of side effects from the vaccine. While most are expected within a day or two of the shot, some may crop up a little later; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Graveyard Of Sunken Boats, Barges Preventing Far Rockaway Business From OpeningQueens residents say they've asked the state and city to clean up a graveyard of sunken boats and barges for years. Now, it's preventing a business from opening up; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Road To Reopening: U.S. Secretary Of Education Visits White Plains SchoolsThe U.S. Secretary of Education on Thursday visited Westchester County, where one district has seen 90% of its elementary students return to five-day-a-week in-person learning; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Senate Passes Bill To Combat Hate Crimes Against Asian AmericansThe Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a bipartisan bill to combat hate crimes against Asian Americans.
Funeral Service Held For Daunte Wright In MinneapolisA funeral service was held Thursday in Minneapolis for Daunte Wright, the 20-year-old Black man killed by a white police officer during a traffic stop; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Some Calling For Acid Attack On Nafiah Ikram To Be Investigated As A Possible Hate CrimeThere's a chorus of calls for the vicious attack on a Long Island woman to be investigated as a possible hate crime. The college student was disfigured and partially blinded when acid was thrown at her last month, and her attacker is still on the run; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
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