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New York Weather: CBS2 6/15 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for June 15 at 6 p.m.
CBS2 Viewers Help Long Island Charity After Someone Stole Their Power ToolsA Long Island charity's mission was grounded after someone stole their power tools, which were used to build homes for the disabled, but CBS2 viewers came through for them; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
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Lin-Manuel Miranda Addresses Criticism About Colorism In 'In The Heights'Amid a slew of positive reviews, "In The Heights," the film version of Lin-Manuel Miranda's 2008 Broadway hit, is facing a casting controversy. Miranda is now addressing the criticism about the lack of dark-skinned Afro-Latino actors in the movie's leading roles; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Body Of Missing Paddle Boarder Recovered In Bergen County LakeDivers resumed the search for a missing paddle boarder in Bergen County on Tuesday morning and recovered a body.
Fireworks Celebrations Planned Across New York State To Mark Milestone Vaccination RateFireworks celebrations will be held statewide Tuesday as New York hits a milestone and lifts COVID restrictions; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Commonpoint Closet Helps Those In Need Get Professional Clothes For FreeWith the city opening up, many people are looking for jobs, but suiting up for work comes at a cost that may be tough for some. A nonprofit in Queens is now helping people get ready for work for free; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
TSA Facing Worker Shortage As More Americans Start Flying AgainAs more Americans fly again, some travelers are seeing long lines at airport security checkpoints, and the TSA is having a hard time keeping pace with passengers; Errol Barnett reports for CBS2.
New Advances Make DBS Therapy More Effective For Treating Parkinson's DiseaseThere's an exciting new development in the treatment of severe Parkinson's disease. It's electrical stimulation of the brain called DBS. While it's been around, new advances have made it much more effective; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Police Officers Help Save Baby In Ocean County, New JerseyA baby in Ocean County, New Jersey, suddenly stopped breathing, but three police officers happened to be in the right place at the right time and they jumped into action; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Rabies Vaccines For Raccoons Placed In Manhattan ParksThe city's health and parks departments are teaming up to help protect raccoons from catching and spreading rabies.
Democratic Mayoral Candidates Trying To Woo Latino VotersWith the primary election just a week away, the Democratic mayoral candidates are trying to woo the city's largest but very diverse voting block, spending big bucks to convince Latino voters to pick them; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer explains why that group is so important.
LGBTQIA+ Nonprofit Gotham Cheer Helps NYC Celebrate ReopeningBehind every great accomplishment is an even greater cheerleader, and for New York City's comeback, no one is cheering louder than a group called Gotham Cheer; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Owner Of Baldwin Pet Shop Puppy 4 You Facing Charges After RaidThe owner of a Baldwin, Long Island, puppy store is facing charges after his shop was raided in March. Sick puppies were allegedly found during that raid, abandoned in deplorable conditions; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Actress Lisa Banes Dies After Being Struck By Scooter On Upper West SideThe theater community is mourning a beloved New York City actress. Lisa Banes died after being hit by a scooter on the Upper West Side. Her death comes as pedestrian fatalities have increased; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Red Cross Makes Desperate Plea For Blood DonationsThe Red Cross is making a desperate plea for blood donations. The pandemic triggered shortages, but now trauma cases, transplants and elective surgeries are on the rise; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Times Square Site Administered Expired COVID Vaccine DosesNearly 900 people in New York City are being advised to get vaccinated again after receiving expired doses of the Pfizer vaccine.
New York To Host Statewide Fireworks Displays To Celebrate End Of COVID RestrictionsWorkers in Nyack are setting up for Tuesday night's fireworks display in Memorial Park along the Hudson River, overlooking the Mario Cuomo Bridge; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Lifts COVID Restrictions Across New York StateOn the 472nd day of the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced he is lifting COVID restrictions across the state; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Retired Hackensack Fire Department Lt. Timothy Rice Laid To RestThe Hackensack Fire Department is in mourning over the death of retired Lt. Timothy Rice.
Jewish New Yorkers Optimistic About New Israel PM Bennett, But Palestinian Groups Not PleasedCBS2's Lisa Rozner has more on the new prime minister's first full day on the job.
New York Lifts Most COVID Restrictions After State Vaccination Rate Hits 70%New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo relaxed the statewide COVID restrictions Tuesday, calling it a “momentous day.” CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Search For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Killed Lisa BanesPolice are searching for a hit-and-run driver who struck actress Lisa Banes earlier this month on the Upper West Side after she died of her injuries Tuesday.
Gov. Cuomo Relaxes COVID RestrictionsGov. Andrew Cuomo gives latest coronavirus update, relaxing most COVID restrictions statewide.

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