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Construction Starts On First Major Office Building In The Bronx In 75 YearsA historic new office building is coming to the Bronx.
Arrest Made In Home Invasion Where Grandma Fought BackPolice have arrested the man they say forced his way into a home in Tottenville.
Local Leader Hoping To Help Puerto Ricans Arriving In New York City After Natural DisastersNew York City is home to one of the largest populations of Puerto Ricans in the world, yet upon arriving here after natural disasters, some are struggling to navigate the city's services; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Car Crash Investigation Turns Into Homicide Investigation In Rockland CountyA car crashed turned into a homicide in Rockland County. Police say all was not what it seemed when a driver was found dead after crashing into a building; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Demanding Answers: How Did Vandals Cover An Entire Subway Car In Graffiti?A subway car covered from end to end in graffiti -- it's a cool sight to some, but how did the vandals get the time and access to the train? CBS2's Marcia Kramer is demanding answers from the MTA.
Koalas Of NYC Raising Money, Awareness For Australian BushfiresHere in New York, a campaign called Koalas of NYC is raising money and awareness for some of the most helpless victims of the Australian bushfires; CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 1/22 Evening Forecast at 5PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for January 22 at 5 p.m.
New Law Allowing Lotto Winners To Remain Anonymous Goes Into Effect In New JerseyIf someone wins the lottery in New Jersey on Wednesday, they could be the first person to remain anonymous; CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.
Child Pulled From Pond In East Brunswick, NJA water rescue took place in East Brunswick, New Jersey, on Wednesday evening; Jim Smith reports from Chopper 2.
Jon Bon Jovi Opens Community Restaurant At Rutgers UniversityA New Jersey music star is sharing a different side. Singer Jon Bon Jovi opened a kitchen at Rutgers University that will help college students struggling with food insecurity; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
NJ Water Utility Asks State To Help Pay For Lead Service Line ReplacementThere's a push in New Jersey to replace thousands of lead service lines carrying water to homes and fixing it could hit homeowners' wallets hard, so one water utility company is asking the state to help with the hefty burden; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Woman Struck, Killed By NJ Transit Train In Glen RockA pedestrian was killed after getting hit by a train at a railroad crossing in New Jersey.
Hundreds Of Long Island Students Moving Into New Buildings After Chemicals Found Near CampusA Long Island school is closing down after chemicals were discovered near campus. Now parents are concerned about what this means for their children's future; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Only On CBS2: FDNY EMTs, Paramedics Receive State-Of-The-Art TrainingEMTs and paramedics for the FDNY answer nearly 5,000 calls across the city every day, and joining the team takes intense, state-of-the-art training; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez got a behind-the-scenes look.
Giants: Eli Manning Will Hold Press Conference To Announce RetirementThe New York Giants have confirmed Eli Manning will be holding a press conference on Friday to announce his retirement after 16 NFL seasons, all with the Giants; CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
Opening Statements Underway In Harvey Weinstein Rape, Sex Assault TrialOpening statements got underway Wednesday morning in Harvey Weinstein's rape and sex assault trial in Manhattan; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Impeachment Trial: House Managers Make Preliminary RemarksThe debate over witnesses goes on and the negotiations continue, but Wednesday, it was the Democrats making their case; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Nearly 100 People Evacuated From Hempstead Apartment Building Due To Carbon Monoxide LeakFirefighters say illegally installed heaters are to blame for a carbon monoxide leak in an apartment building in Hempstead, Long Island, on Wednesday morning; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
65-Year-Old Woman, 5-Year-Old Die In Edison, NJ FireA child and a 65-year-old woman are dead after a fire in New Jersey; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards PresentersPresenters for the 62nd annual GRAMMY Awards have been announced by CBS and the Recording Academy.
Expert Analyzes Harvey Weinstein Prosecution, Defense StrategiesFordham law school professor Cheryl Bader is a former prosecutor who specializes in criminal law. She stopped by CBSN New York to discuss Harvey Weinstein trial strategy.
Derek Jeter News Conference After Election To Baseball Hall Of FameFormer Yankees shortstop and captain Derek Jeter has been elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. He's joined in this cycle's class by former Montreal Expos and Colorado Rockies slugger Larry Walker. They held a news conference to discuss the honor.
115th New York Boat Show Opens At Javits CenterThe New York Boat Show sets sail Wednesday at the Javits Center, and runs through Sunday. CBSN New York's Vanessa Murdock got an early look.
Councilman Suggests New Office To Help Puerto Ricans Transition To Life In New YorkCity Council member Ritchie Torres says he's proposing new legislation to create an office - a one stop shop - that would help Puerto Ricans access city services. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports.

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