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Official Groundbreaking Ceremony For New Islanders Arena In Belmont ParkGov. Andrew Cuomo and others were on hand for a $1.3 billion project for a new 19,000 seat arena and entertainment complex on state land near Belmont Park. CBSN New York's Jessica Layton reports.
Sen. Schumer Announces Legislation To Prevent School CyberattacksA number of Long Island schools have fallen victim to hacks on their computer data systems in the past few months. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Giants’ Barkley Out 4-8 Weeks With High-Ankle SprainBig Blue knew it could be, potentially, without its best player for some time. Those fears appear to be reality as reports surfaced Monday afternoon saying all-everything running back Saquon Barkley will miss the next four to eight weeks with a high-ankle sprain. Katie Johnston reports.
Newark Water Emergency: Officials Say 97% Of Filters Tested Reduced Lead In WaterThe tests over the last several weeks were performed after water in two homes with lead pipes showed higher than allowed lead levels last month. Residents in about 14,000 homes have been receiving bottled water since mid-August.
NJ School Athletes To Watch Opioid VideoHigh school athletes are being required to watch an opioid video with help of professional athletes in New Jersey. CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports.
New Yorkers Taking Path To Olympics Through ArcheryLarry Brown has dedicated his life to archery, and his star pupil Dallas Jones of Brooklyn is now a national champion eyeing a slot on the U.S. Olympics team in 2020.
N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy, Mayor Ras Baraka Announce Newark Lead Filter Test ResultsNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Newark Mayor Ras Baraka announced the result of lead filter testing after what many feared might be a crisis in the city.
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Suspect Linked To Series Of Mn. RobberiesPolice have released a new photo of a man suspected in at least seven robberies in Manhattan.
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Rally Against Anti-Semitic AttacksA coalition of groups organized the event just steps from City Hall to condemn anti-Antisemitism in the city.
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