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Child Mauled By Dog On Upper West SideA 7-year-old girl was mauled by a dog on the Upper West Side on Thursday. Police say she was attacked while trying to help the dog's owner; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
NJ Transit Service At Penn Station On Or Close To ScheduleNJ Transit service at Penn Station is on or close to schedule following a night of delays due to a signal problem.
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Black History Month: The Night Ella Fitzgerald Came To Apollo's Amateur Night A Nobody And Left As A LegendMany stars became discovered thanks to Amateur Night at the Apollo, but none have had as big or as lasting impact on modern music as Ella Fitzgerald. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
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New Bill To Require Secured Beach Umbrellas On Jersey ShoreA proposed law at the Jersey Shore would require beachgoers to secure umbrellas with straps or sandbags, or face a fine.
NYC Law Would Cap Food Delivery Fees At 10%The New York City Council will consider a crackdown on delivery apps.
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