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New Jersey Trying To Get Eligible Residents To Get COVID Booster ShotA big vote is expected Wednesday on COVID booster shots, but some states are struggling to get those eligible to roll up their sleeve for a third time; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Hip-Hop Improv Show 'Freestyle Love Supreme' Opens On BroadwayThe hip-hop improvisational "Freestyle Love Supreme" officially opened on Broadway on Tuesday.
Woman Critically Injured After Being Struck By Garbage Truck In BrooklynA woman is in critical condition after she was hit by a garbage truck in Brooklyn on Tuesday; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 10/19 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for October 19 at 6 p.m.
Gov. Kathy Hohcul Leads Potential 2022 Democratic Primary, According To New PollA new poll finds Gov. Kathy Hochul in the lead in a potential 2022 Democratic primary.
COVID Survivor Returns Home After Spending 10 Months In Hospital With Long Haul SymptomsA man who spent 10 months in four Westchester hospitals with long haul COVID symptoms is finally going home; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Online Sports Betting, Gambling Launches In ConnecticutTuesday was launch day for online sports betting and gambling in Connecticut, leaving only New York out of the online game locally, at least for now; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
NJ Is First State With $1 Billion In Monthly Sports BettingMore than $1 billion in sports bets were placed in New Jersey in September.
Nassau County Executive Race Could Shape Political Landscape In 2022A key race on Long Island could pave the way for the political landscape in 2022. The incumbent executive in Nassau County is running for re-election against an opponent who's focusing on crime, COVID and property taxes; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
New Jersey Health Officials Encouraging Eligible Residents to Get COVID BoosterNew Jersey health officials are encouraging those eligible to get a booster vaccine.
NYC Mayoral Candidates Zero In On Mayor De Blasio's Vision Zero ProgramNew York City's mayoral candidates have zeroed in on what some say is the failure of Mayor Bill de Blasio's signature Vision Zero program; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Retailers Urging Consumers To Start Holiday Shopping NowGlobal supply chain delays might prove to be the biggest Grinch this holiday season. Stores are urging people to begin shopping now to avoid delays, and some are taking that advice; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Battery Storage Walls Growing In PopularityBattery storage walls are growing in popularity, and now some power companies are tapping into their clean energy; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Absentee Ballots Being Made Available For Connecticut Municipal ElectionsState leaders in Connecticut are urging residents to vote in the upcoming municipal elections.
Jay Jacobs Under Fire For Comments About Buffalo Mayoral Candidate India WaltonThere's controversy over a comment from the chairman of the New York state Democratic Party about a candidate for Buffalo mayor; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Puppy Rescued After Paw Gets Stuck In Bathtub DrainPolice officers, firefighters, a veterinary technician and a plumber were the unlikely team that freed a puppy stuck in a bathtub drain.
MTA Handing Out Free Masks To Mass Transit RidersThe MTA is enforcing mask use as more people use mass transit.
Family Finds Missing Loved One Buried On Hart IslandAfter decades of searching, relatives of missing loved ones finally find closure on Hart Island. The massive burial ground east of the Bronx has eased visitation restrictions under new management; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Woman Raped By Stranger On Train In PhiladelphiaOutrage is growing after a woman was raped on a train in Philadelphia and passengers witnessed the attack but did nothing; Alicia Roberts reports for CBS2.
Crossing Guards Wanted In New Jersey TownsA shortage of crossing guards in our area is putting children at risk at busy intersections. Towns across New Jersey are now putting out the call for more guards; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Dozens Of NYPD Officers Could Face Disciplinary Measures Over Conduct During George Floyd ProtestsDozens of NYPD officers could face disciplinary measures for their conduct during the protests after George Floyd's death; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Over 100 RWJBarnabas Health Employees Fired Over COVID Vaccine MandateRWJBarnabas Health in New Jersey has fired 118 staff members who refused to get vaccinated.
Gov. Hochul Pushes For Schools To Have Vaccination SitesGov. Kathy Hochul is pushing for schools in New York state to have COVID vaccination sites as the state prepares for younger children to get the shot.
Study Finds Surprising Benefits To Mixing And Matching COVID ShotsThe Food and Drug Administration is expected to soon authorize mixing and matching COVID shots when getting a booster; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.

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