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Central Park Bird Watcher Who Was Victim Of Deliberate Act Of Racial Bias Writes Graphic Novel About Unjust Killing Of BlacksA new comic book by Chris Cooper is taking a serious look at racial strife. Cooper is the African-American bird-watching enthusiast who was falsely accused of threatening a white woman in Central Park. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
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Westchester County Offering Funds To Struggling Landlords And TenantsWestchester County is making millions of dollars available to help landlords and tenants struggling during the pandemic.
Appeals Court Blocks Release Of Police Discipline RecordsThe Police Benevolent Association and other police unions filed a lawsuit against New York City to prevent the release of officers' records.
Researchers Trace Food Allergies Back To Skin Conditions Like Eczema In InfantsWhat starts as eczema can set off a chain of events that may progress to food and pollen allergies, even asthma. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Communities Come Together To Support Latino-Owned Businesses Struggling To Keep Up In PandemicThis Hispanic Heritage Month, many Latino-owned businesses are struggling to stay open. CBS2’s Christina Fan reports, despite the struggles, communities are coming together to support one another in stories of perseverance and success.
Campaign 2020: Race For Congress Between Democrat Max Rose, Republican Nicole Malliotakis Is One Of Country’s Most ContentiousIt’s a slugfest in New York City’s 11th Congressional District. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
‘Perfect Fall Activity’: Apple Picking Still An Option Despite COVID-19 PandemicThe cool, crisp air means apple picking season is here! But, fall festivities are altered this year due to the pandemic. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
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New Jersey To Increase Tax On Millionaires In Order To Help Families Struggling Due To Coronavirus PandemicPeople who make more than $1 million a year will see a tax increase of just under 2%. In exchange, that money will help struggling families. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.

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