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Norah O'Donnell To Take Over As Anchor Of 'CBS Evening News' July 15Norah will be just the third woman to ever solo anchor a network nightly newscast when she hits the air July 15. 
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11th Avenue Construction Begins In Midtown ManhattanConstruction resumes on 11th Avenue to change the traffic flow, but it could mean more gridlock. Crews are working to make the avenue one-way southbound between 57th and 52nd streets.
CBS News Special Report: Trump Announces Iran SanctionsPresident Trump has signed off on an order leveling new sanctions against Iran. Mr. Trump, calling reporters into the Oval Office Monday morning, described the sanctions order as "hard hitting" and said they will deny Iran's supreme leader and others access to financial instruments. CBS News' Maurice DuBois reports.
E. Coli Water Advisory Lifted In Long Beach, Long IslandWith two consecutive days of testing negative for E. coli , the boil water advisory is lifted. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Cyclist Fatally Struck By Truck In Chelsea Hit-And-RunThe fatal crash happened at around 9:25 a.m. near West 23rd Street and Sixth Avenue when a tractor-trailer truck struck the woman and kept going, police said. It’s not known if the truck driver knew the cyclist was struck. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Long Beach Ends Boil Order Over E. Coli In Drinking WaterAfter a water samples tested positive for e. coli, officials had been ordering residents to boil water before using it, but as of Monday the risk has passed and the order is lifted. CBSN New York Alex Denis reports.
Long Beach Schools Closed Because Of E.ColiSome Nassau County schools will be closed today after a water sample tested positive for e. coli and a student was diagnosed with a possible e. coli infection. CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the latest.
Volunteers Needed For Jamaica Bay Habitat RestorationA conservancy group is in need of volunteers to help plant marsh grass at Jamaica Bay. The wetland has lost protective marshland in recent years and took a major hit when Superstorm Sandy's storm surge pushed 8 to 10 feet of ocean water into the bay. The restoration is important not only for the habitat there, but also to protect communities from flooding.

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New Billboard In Search For Patrick AlfordA new billboard is going up in Brooklyn today to help find a boy who went missing more than nine years ago.
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Commuter Alert For West Side DriversConstruction resumes on 11th Avenue to change the traffic flow, but it could mean more gridlock. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has more.
Some Long Beach Schools Closed Today Due To E. Coli In WaterSome Nassau County schools will be closed today after a water sample tested positive for e. coli and a student was diagnosed with a possible e. coli infection. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the latest.
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Commuter Alert For West Side DriversConstruction resumes on 11th Avenue this morning, turning it one-way southbound from 57th to 52nd street. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
New York Weather: 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's Vanessa Murdock has your forecast to begin a new work week.
Concession Stand Robberies Rock N.J. Little LeaguePolice in a number of New Jersey counties are investigating a series of concession stand robberies that have upset many Little League organizations. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
Police Investigating Alabama Man's Death In BronxThe NYPD is trying to figure out what led to a fatal fistfight between a 40-year-old man from Alabama and another man in the Morrisania section of the Bronx on Saturday. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports
E. Coli Scare Forces 3 School Closures In Long BeachLong Beach officials say a student in the district has been diagnosed with a suspected E. coli infection. Now, three schools will be closed on Monday. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
What Happened To Vittorio Caruso In The DR?A beloved former pizzeria owner from Glen Cove mysteriously died in the Dominican Republic over the weekend and right now there are many more questions than answers as to why. CBS2's Christina Fan reports
Alabama Man In Town For Family Function Dies In FistfightAn Alabama man originally from New York returned to the Big Apple over the weekend to attend his sister's baby shower, but ended up dying following a fistfight in the Bronx. TV 10/55's Natalie Duddridge reports
New York Weather: Forecast At 6:30 p.m.CBS2's Vanessa Murdock has your forecast heading into a new work week.
Tank Pull Helps Raise Money For Retired Colonel With MSThere is newfound independence for an Iraq War veteran living with multiple sclerosis. That freedom is in part thanks to the new technology behind an advanced wheelchair. CBS2's Marc Liverman reports
New Images Released In Search For Missing Conn. MotherNearly a month after a mother of five disappeared in New Canaan, Conn., state police have released new images related to the search. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
Officers Reunite With Family After Helping Save ToddlerThe Brick Township police officers who helped save a choking 21-month-old two weeks ago met up with the little boy and his family on Sunday. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports

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