FDA: Get Rid Of Your Romaine Lettuce
The Food and Drug Administration is trying to pinpoint the source of an e-coli outbreak involving romaine lettuce. CBS2's Anna Werner reports.

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Off-Duty Firefighter Attacked By TeensAn off-duty firefighter was brutally attacked on the Upper East Side. Now, police are looking for a group of teens who they're calling persons of interest. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the details.
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Tony Awards 2019: Amber Gray Nominated For 'Hadestown'Amber Gray gets her first Tony nomination. She’s recognized for her featured actress role in the new musical “Hadestown”. CBS2 Dave Carlin talks to Gray about working on new shows.
Tony Awards 2019: Kelli O'Hara Nominated For 'Kiss Me, Kate'Kelli O'Hara is nominated for another Tony Award as Leading Actress in a musical. She stars in the revival of "Kiss Me, Kate." CBS2's Dave Carlin talked to O'Hara about bringing back a beloved musical while making it feel new.
Man Holding Knives Arrested At Bronx Police PrecinctA new video released Monday shows a frightening encounter inside the 40th police precinct station house in the Bronx. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
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New York Weather: 12/20 Monday Overnight ForecastLonnie Quinn reports. Tomorrow’s looking like a fantastic day with abundant sunshine, low humidity and a breeze. And while it won’t be quite as warm, our temperatures will be right where they should be this time of the year in the low 70s.
Great White Shark Returns To Long Island SoundOcearch, a group that tracks ocean life, posted a picture of the 10-foot fish swimming through the waters not far from shore. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Learn What To Do When Your Pet Has A Medical EmergencyInducing vomiting, handling seizures and avoiding many sourcing of poisoning are among the skills pet owners can learn. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Parents Stripped Of Their Children's Free Preschool Chances Due To Mismanagement Of LotteryDozens of parents were stripped of their children's chance at free preschool education due to mismanagement of a lottery to get into a state-funded program. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Community Outraged When Man Urinates On Dead Child's Memorial In ParkThe retired police officer is choosing to move forward with forgiveness. It's the best way this dad can keep his son's memory alive. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Web Extra: Tagging Cabot, The Great White SharkThis video by Nichole Ring shows Ocearch researching tagging Cabot, a great white shark who was detected in Long Island Sound just off the Greenwich shore of Connecticut on May 20, 2019.
New Mobile Stroke Unit Already Saving Lives On Long IslandA mobile stroke unit on Long Island was last month hailed as a game changer, and it’s already saving lives. It has the ability to diagnose and even treat a stroke in progress. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Great White Shark Detected Off The Coast Of Greenwich, ConnecticutA great white shark was detected Monday morning off the coast of Greenwich, Connecticut. Ocearch, a group that tracks ocean life posted this picture of the 10-footer and said it weighs about 500 pounds. CBS2's Dana Tyler
Westchester To Update Laws On Monitoring Suspicious Activity At Pawn ShopsIn Westchester County there is a proposal to modernize how the county monitors possible suspicious activity at pawn shops. CBS2’s Tony Aiello reports.
NYC Facing Potential Lawsuit Over Schools Chancellor Carranza’s ReorganizationsSchools Chancellor Richard Carranza has vowed to vigorously defend himself against charges his reorganization of the city’s educational bureaucracy was based on race, creating an environment hostile to whites. CBS2's Marica Kramer reports.
Long Island School Districts Close Sections Of Buildings After Tests Reveal Presence Of Mercury VaporsTests show vapors in flooring of two elementary schools and a high school, CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reported Monday.

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