Sports Betting Coming To NY, But There's A Catch
It's looking more and more like sports betting will be legal in New York state soon, but residents won't be able to place bets on their smartphones. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports

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New York's Historic Role In Founding Earth DayIn 1970, the Earth Day movement found its voice in New York City when Columbia University students organized and volunteered, responding to the environmental awareness of their day.
Family Of Singer Kate Smith Speak Out On Racism ControversyThe Yankees have suspended the use of Kate Smith's recording of "God Bless America" during the seventh-inning stretch while they investigate an allegation of racism against the singer. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
New York Weather: 4/21 Overnight ForecastElise Finch reports. Monday will be a touch warmer, with highs nearing 70 in the City, but there will be a bit more in the way of clouds. A weak storm spinning offshore will throw some showers at us, with the best bet for rain east of NYC.
Bold Styles Go On Display In NYC Easter Parade And Bonnet FestivalJust down the steps from St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the classic New York tradition of the Easter parade and bonnet festival. CBS2's Marc Liverman reports.
Free Citi Bikes For Earth Day, Use Promo Code On AppThroughout New York City on Monday, you can celebrate Earth Day by riding a Citi Bike for free. Just use the code EARTHDAY19 on the Citi Bike app to get a free day pass. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Police Searching For Driver After 89-Year-Old Killed In Hit-And-RunThe hit-and-run happened at about 10:30 p.m. Saturday night near Purdy and Bradley Avenues in Castleton Corners, Staten Island. Police say 89-year-old Anastasia Diaz was found unconscious and unresponsive with head trauma and injuries to her body. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Avenatti Accused Of Embezzling $2 Million From NBA Star's ExEmbattled attorney Michael Avenatti is now accused of embezzling nearly $2 million dollars intended for an NBA star's ex-girlfriend.
Rep. Jerry Nadler: President Trump Could Be Impeached If Evidence ProvenA top New York democrat says President Donald Trump could be impeached for obstruction of justice if the evidence in the Mueller Report is confirmed to be true. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Subway Conductor Stabbed In The Bronx, MTA Workers Fed UpPolice say a man with a switch blade stabbed a subway conductor working on the job in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.

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Staten Island's Sri Lankan Community Reacts To Church BombingsStaten Island is home to what's believed to be the largest Sri Lankan-born populations in the United States. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Church Blasts Kill More Than 200 In Sri LankaAs people were celebrating the Easter holiday, things took a tragic turn as explosions killed 207 people, leaving more than 450 injured. Among the dead were roughly 30 foreigners, including American citizens. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
Iona Coach Vin Parise Talks New Era At St. John'sIona Coach Vin Parise joined WLNY's Steve Overmyer to talk about Mike Anderson taking on the head coach job with St. John's Red Storm basketball program.
New York Weather: 4/21 Evening ForecastElise Finch reports. Expect quiet conditions through the night with partly cloudy conditions overnight, along with some spotty fog/drizzle.
Yankees Hire Expert To Help Stadium Go GreenThe Bombers are teaming up with the United Nations to become the first professional sports team to hire an environmental adviser to monitor the sustainability of their stadium. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
89-Year-Old Woman Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver In Staten IslandAn elderly woman is dead after being mowed down by a hit-and-run driver on Staten Island. The crash happened at about 10:30 p.m. Saturday night near Purdy and Bradley Avenues in Castleton Corners. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Man Charged With Murder in Deadly Bushwick Ax AttackThe man accused of murdering a pregnant woman with an ax in Brooklyn is in the hospital undergoing a psychiatric evaluation. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Stylish Celebration At Easter Bonnet Parade In MidtownFrom simple fascinator to fully blooming headdresses, the annual Easter Bonnet Parade down Manhattan's First Avenue brought out some spectacular displays. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
MTA Subway Conductor Stabbed On Train In The BronxPolice say a man with a switch blade stabbed a subway conductor working on the job in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
NYPD Steps Up Security Around Religious Centers Following Sri Lanka AttacksThe New York City Police Department is stepping up security and warning New Yorkers to remain vigilant in the wake of deadly blasts in Columbo, Sri Lanka. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Christian Churches Bombed In Sri LankaThe defense minister in Sri Lanka calls the series of bombings a terrorist attack by religious extremists. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
Deadly Staten Island Hit And RunAn elderly woman is dead after being mowed down by a hit-and-run driver on Staten Island.
Healthy, Homemade Recipes To Save Money And Keep Your Dog FitDr. Judy Morgan shows how to make some easy homemade recipes that will have you save money and satisfy you pup's cravings.
Chef Wenford Simpson Cooks Up Island-Themed Easter FoodEaster is a time of year that's deeply connected with food traditions. The holiday is an occasion for feasting and the meals usually have a symbolic meaning. 
Furry Friend Finder: Manny And RalphFor this week's Furry Friend Finder, we introduce you to Manny and Ralph. 
MTA Fare Hike Takes Effect For Subway, Bus RidersSeven-day unlimited MetroCards have gone up in price $1 to $33. Monthly cards have gone up $6 to $127.
Brooklyn Man Accused Of Brutal Ax Murder Of Pregnant WomanFamily members say 20-year-old Savannah Rivera was visiting a friend at the Bushwick Houses when she was killed early Saturday morning. 
New York Weather: 4/21 CBS2 Easter Sunday Weather HeadlinesVanessa Murdock has a look at the Easter Sunday weather.
Citi Bike Offering Free Rides For Earth DayCiti Bike wants to help New Yorkers go carbon-free for Earth Day. 
NYC Department Of Health Launches Aggressive Plan To Stop Spread Of Rabies In RaccoonsRabid raccoons have recently been found in New York City for the first time since 2011. 

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