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The Most Popular Halloween Candies In The Tri-State Area May Surprise YouHalloween is right around the corner. Americans are expected to spend billions on candy this year. Candystore.com compiled a list of the top selling Halloween candies in each state, and the results may surprise you. Katie Johnston reports.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Holds Daily BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio held a briefing to discuss COVID vaccination and mandates and more.
Gabby Petito's Family Holds First News Conference After Her Body Was FoundGabby Petito’s family held their first press conference Tuesday since her body was found. Petito’s stepfather Jim Schmidt, father Joe Petito and mother Nichole Schmidt thanked law enforcement and people around the world for their support.
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Hochul Signs Executive Order Aimed At Easing Conditions On Rikers IslandGov. Kathy Hochul signed an executive order to expand remote court hearings. Her office says expedited, virtual hearings will ease capacity constraints in courts.
Police: Same Man Suspected Of Robbing 7 Seniors In The BronxPolice are searching for a suspect behind a months-long robbery spree targeting more than half a dozen elderly victims in the Bronx. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
New York City Teachers, Staff Face New Vaccine DeadlineNew York City’s vaccine mandate for public school teachers and staff can once again move forward after the latest ruling from a federal appeals court. CBS2's John Dias reports.
New York’s First-In-The-Nation Vaccination Mandate For Health Care Workers Goes Into EffectThousands of medical professionals remain unvaccinated, and repercussions are already being felt. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Man Wanted For Groping Women With StrollersPolice are searching for a man they say groped two mothers who were pushing strollers in Woodhaven, Queens.
Suspects Seen Running From Scene Of Deadly ShootingPolice are searching for two men seen running from the scene of a deadly shooting over the weekend in Far Rockaway.
Woman Accused Of Assaulting Subway RiderPolice are searching for a woman accused of assaulting a fellow subway rider in Brooklyn.
New Video Shows Inwood ShootingNew surveillance video shows the moment shots rang out early Monday outside a bar in Manhattan.
Court Upholds NYC Vaccine Mandate For TeachersAs of today, state health care workers are required to have their shots, and late Monday night, a federal judge said the same would be true for New York City teachers and school staff. CBS2's John Dias has the latest.
New York Weather: Scattered ShowersCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
New York Weather: CBS2's Monday 9/27 Update At 11PMLonnie Quinn has the Tri-State Area's latest forecast on CBS2 News At 11.
Long Island Parents Say School Refuses To Offer Adequate Remote Option For Immunocompromised DaughterCBS2’s Jessica Layton spoke with a Long Island family who says they’re getting pushback from their school as they fight for their daughter’s safety and education.
Terence Blanchard Becomes 1st Black Composer At Metropolitan Opera On Historic NightGrammy-winning musician Terence Blanchard became the first Black composer in the Met's history. CBS2's Cory James reports.
Jury Convicts R. Kelly On All Charges In Sex Trafficking, Racketeering TrialFormer Grammy Award-winning singer R. Kelly was found guilty Monday of a range of sex crimes following weeks of graphic testimony and years of allegations. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
COVID Vaccine Mandate To Go Into Effect For New York City TeachersThe clock is now ticking for teachers and staff to get their first dose. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Terence Blanchard Becomes 1st Black Composer In Metropolitan Opera HistoryPeople in long gowns and tuxedos gathered around the fountain outside Lincoln Center waiting to go inside to see "Fire Shut Up in My Bones" at the Met. CBS2's Cory James reports.
Judges Clear Way For NYC's Vaccine Mandate For TeachersA three-judge panel lifted a temporary ban on the COVID vaccine mandate that was originally set to take effect Monday.
MTA Asks Retirees To Return To Help With Staff ShortagesThe MTA is asking retired train operators to come back to work.
New Jersey Offering $500 Bonus To Unemployed Residents Who Get HiredThe Return and Earn program provides a $500 bonus in a worker's first paycheck after getting hired by a business with 100 or fewer employees.
Clergy Leaders Call To Stop Deportations To HaitiA group of clergy and community leaders gathered at a civil disobedience protest in Brooklyn.

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