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New York Weather: CBS2 7/30 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's John Elliott has your weather forecast for July 30 at 6 p.m.
Northwell Health At Jones Beach Theater ReopensAnother sign of normalcy is returning on Long Island. Live music is back at the Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater after the pandemic forced a year-and-a-half pause; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Police Secure Pipe Bomb In River EdgePolice in New Jersey are investigating a bomb scare near an apartment building.
Internal Document From CDC Says Delta Variant Is Changing Battle Against COVIDThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says fully vaccinated people who test positive for the Delta variant of COVID-19 can spread the virus just as easily as those who are not vaccinated. Health experts say that's why masks are so important; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Co-Founders Of Toms River Field Of Dreams Hope Park Becomes A Model For Inclusive PlaygroundsA new recreational facility is nearing completion in New Jersey. While most playgrounds are accessible for children with disabilities, this new park is hoping to become the model for inclusive playgrounds; CBS2's Steve Overymer reports.
Sunshine Mills Recalling Dog Foods Over Mold ConcernsSunshine Mills is recalling six brands of its dog foods.
Westchester County Sees Notable Drop In Crime Over Last 4 YearsFrom securing unlicensed firearms to tapping a network of surveillance cameras, Westchester County says various initiatives are reducing crime, a notable drop over the last four years. CBS2's Tony Aiello got an exclusive look at the encouraging numbers.
Man With Knife Disrupts Newark Community Movie NightA man with a knife disrupted a community movie night in Newark on Wednesday, sending children running for safety.
Vessel At Hudson Yards Closes Indefinitely After Teen Jumps To His DeathThe Vessel at Hudson Yards is now closed indefinitely after a teenager jumped to his death. Officials with the development say they had recently put new safety measures in place to prevent such tragedies after three other people died by suicide; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Customers Line Up For One Last Meal At Iconic New Jersey EateryCustomers lined up outside the Fireplace Restaurant in Paramus, looking for one last meal after 65 years in business; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
2 Workers Rescued After Partial Building Collapse In BrooklynA partial building collapse in Brooklyn injured two workers Friday.
Cleanup Underway After At Least 3 Tornadoes Hit New JerseyThe National Weather service confirms that one tornado touched down in Essex County and two more hit Ocean County on Thursday. A big cleanup is now underway in those parts of New Jersey; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Connecticut Health Department Asks Some Residents To Wear Masks IndoorsThe Connecticut Department of Health is asking residents in counties with high COVID transmission rates to wear masks in indoor public spaces.
Hoboken Mayor Orders Vaccines For City Workers By August 9Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla has signed an executive order requiring all municipal employees to get vaccinated by Aug. 9 or submit to weekly testing. Those who are not fully vaccinated will also have to wear a face covering while working indoors and when interacting with the public.
Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall Issue Vaccine Mandate For PatronsThe Metropolitan Opera and Carnegie Hall will restrict performances to only vaccinated patrons.
Broadway League Issues Vaccine, Mask Requirements For Audience MembersJust about everyone attending a Broadway show will be required to show they are vaccinated and wear a mask. The new restrictions were announced Friday as shows get ready to reopen; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Answering Common Questions About The Delta VariantNew information about the Delta variant is causing some confusion and raising a lot of questions. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez helps sort it out.
CDC Says 'The War Has Changed' Against COVID-19 As Delta Variant SpreadsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says "the war has changed" against COVID-19. It stems from a leaked CDC document underscoring the danger posed by the highly contagious strain; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Roof Collapse In BrooklynFirefighters are on the scene. Jim Smith reports from Chopper 2.
New Procedure Offers Hope For Children With Rare Genetic DisordersIt's a remarkable new approach to gene therapy that actually reprograms brain cells with new DNA. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Harlem Woman's Mobile Fashion Business Thriving Thanks To Local GrantThe pandemic has hurt so many small businesses, forcing some to shut down. But a Harlem woman with strong passion and a dream was able to thrive. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Exclusive: Data Shows Westchester County Crime Trending Down Over Last 4 YearsA new analysis shows a notable drop in crime in Westchester County over the last four years. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
New York Weather: CBS2's 7/30 Friday Afternoon UpdateElise Finch has the Tri-State Area's latest forecast on CBS2 News At Noon.
Iconic Family Eatery Closing In Paramus, NJThe Fireplace Restaurant was packed Friday afternoon as families went for one last meal. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.

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