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New York Weather: CBS2 6/22 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for June 22 at 11 p.m.
Alvin Bragg Leads Democratic Race For Manhattan District Attorney In First Round Of ResultsNew York City is electing a new top prosecutor for the first time in more than a decade; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Democratic Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams Speaks To Supporters On Primary NightEric Adams was leading the Democratic mayoral race Tuesday night as primary election results began to come in.
Results Begin To Come In For NYC Mayoral PrimaryFrom packed celebrations to some early concessions, there was a little bit of everything on a historic primary night in New York City; CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Democratic Political Consultant Javier Lacayo Offers Insight On NYC PrimaryDemocratic political consultant Javier Lacayo offers some insight on Tuesday's historic primary and ranked choice voting.
10 Democratic Candidates In Race For NYC ComptrollerTen Democratic candidates for New York City comptroller are on the ballot, looking to fill a position that will play a key role in the city's recovery from the pandemic; CBS2's Cory James reports.
8 Democratic Candidates Vying For Manhattan District AttorneyEight Democratic candidates are vying to replace Cy Vance as Manhattan District Attorney; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 6/22 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for June 22 at 6 p.m.
MTA Bridge & Tunnel Officers Honored After Stopping Traffic To Rescue DogFour MTA Bridge and Tunnel officers were honored Tuesday for going above and beyond to keep New Yorkers safe.
Chinatown's Historic Doyers Street Gets Vibrant MakeoverAs we celebrate Pride Month, the historic Doyers Street in Chinatown gets a vibrant makeover.
Simulation Offers First Look At Long Islanders' View Of Empire Wind ProjectWe're getting a better idea of an off-shore wind farm proposed for off the Long Island coast. There is opposition to what would be the largest wind farm in the nation to date, but first, CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff shows us how the Empire Wind Project would look from shore.
Tri-State Area Homeowners, Exterminators Seeing More Ant Invasions This SeasonIf you've been seeing more ants around your house, you're not alone. Homeowners and exterminators report an abundance of the pesky bugs this season. So what's causing the ant invasion? CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Philip Morris International Moving Corporate HQ From NY To CTTobacco company Philip Morris International is moving its corporate headquarters from New York to Connecticut.
Connecticut Becomes 19th State To Legalize MarijuanaConnecticut became the 19th state to legalize adult marijuana use and possession Tuesday. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez breaks down the new rules and the lingering concerns over legalizing cannabis.
All Borough President Slots Up For Grabs In NYC PrimaryThe future of the five boroughs is not just being decided by the mayor's race; all borough president slots are also up for grabs. The BPs are thought of as mini-mayors who will be crucial in the city's economic recovery from the pandemic; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Ranked Choice Voting Put To The Test In NYC Primary ElectionNew York City voters are making history while they fill out their ballots as ranked choice voting is put to the test; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the details.
'The Impact That He Has Can't Be Underestimated': Raiders Defensive Lineman Carl Nassib Comes Out As GayA milestone in professional sports during this Pride Month -- for the first time, an NFL player who has been active in the regular season has announced he is gay. Las Vegas Raiders defensive lineman Carl Nassib came out to fans in a video posted on social media; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Times Square Hoverboard Ride Goes Viral OnlineA hoverboard daredevil is getting plenty of attention for his impressive ride around Times Square.
Major Airlines Having Trouble Keeping Up With Surge In PassengersAs millions more take to the skies, some major airlines are having trouble keeping up with the surge. American Airlines is canceling nearly 1,000 flights from now through mid-July; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
'Buzzy' Device Helps People Confront Fear Of NeedlesYou've heard of incentives some states are using to increase their vaccination rates, from lotteries to free beer to marijuana, but none of these approaches deals with one big reason people aren't getting vaccinated -- fear of needles. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez tells us about a little device that can help overcome needle-phobia.
Randolph School Board To Keep Holiday Names On CalendarThere's an update on one New Jersey town's plan to change the school calendar.
How Do You Sign Up For The Federal Child Tax Credit Program?The federal child tax credit program is being expanded and will give families a boost. The payments are scheduled to start going out in a few weeks, so how do you sign up? CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Drug Treatment Providers Hoping For An Increase In Federal Funding Amid Surge In Substance AbuseDrug treatment providers are hoping for an increase in federal funding to match the surge in substance abuse and fatal overdoses sparked by isolation during the pandemic. One Long Island father whose daughter became the poster child for the drug epidemic says it is critical; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Group Of New Jersey Lawmakers Introduce Bill Requiring Owners Of Large Dogs To Install FencingIf you own a dog in New Jersey, you could soon be forced to put up a fence around your property -- if some state lawmakers get their way; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.

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