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Terence Blanchard Becomes 1st Black Composer In Metropolitan Opera HistoryPeople in long gowns and tuxedos gathered around the fountain outside Lincoln Center waiting to go inside to see "Fire Shut Up in My Bones" at the Met. CBS2's Cory James reports.
Judges Clear Way For NYC's Vaccine Mandate For TeachersA three-judge panel lifted a temporary ban on the COVID vaccine mandate that was originally set to take effect Monday.
MTA Asks Retirees To Return To Help With Staff ShortagesThe MTA is asking retired train operators to come back to work.
New Jersey Offering $500 Bonus To Unemployed Residents Who Get HiredThe Return and Earn program provides a $500 bonus in a worker's first paycheck after getting hired by a business with 100 or fewer employees.
Clergy Leaders Call To Stop Deportations To HaitiA group of clergy and community leaders gathered at a civil disobedience protest in Brooklyn.
HUD Deputy Secretary Tours New Jersey Towns Impacted By IdaNew Jersey towns decimated by Ida are continuing to plead for federal aid - especially for their most vulnerable populations.
Mayor De Blasio Tours Conditions At Rikers IslandThe mayor's visit follows detainee deaths, violence and widespread staff shortages. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Customers Raising Money To Help Stamford Barbershop Rebuild After FireCustomers of a Stamford barbershop are giving back to the owners to help them recover from a devastating fire. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
'Slave Play' Returns To Broadway Nov. 23The play explores how the history of racism in the America impacts the lives of three interracial couples.
New York Weather: CBS2's 9/27 Monday Evening UpdateLonnie Quinn has the Tri-State Area's latest forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
After Catastrophic Flooding, Calls To Fix Major Deegan Expressway Get LouderThe roadway has a history of flooding, and now calls for change are getting louder from New Yorkers. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
DiGiorno Crispy Pan Pizzas MislabeledNestle is recalling 28,000 frozen, DiGiorno crispy pan pepperoni pizzas.
NIH Looking Into Reports Of COVID Vaccines Effecting Menstrual CyclesA study by the National Institutes of Health is looking into a possible connection between COVID-19 vaccines and potential effects on menstrual cycles. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Activists Rally To Ban Carriage Horses In New York CityAnimal rights activists rallied outside the stables on the West Side to call for legislation to get horses off the streets.
Gabby Petito’s Death Prompts Broader Discussion About Toxic RelationshipsFamily and friends of the Blue Point, Long Island native believe her life has already created change in the calls for equality in searches for the missing, and how we identify toxic relationships. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Suffolk County Led New York In Deadly Crashes In 2020Traffic accidents continued to pile up during the pandemic, despite the fact that people weren't driving as much. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Kyrie Irving Attends Nets Media Day Virtually, Vaccination Status UnconfirmedThere's a vaccination controversy in the NBA involving one of the league's biggest stars and New York City's regulations. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
NYPD Investigating Fireworks Blast That Injured 2 OfficersWe're told the blast was so powerful that one of the officers could lose his right hand.
Judge Rules Newark Vaccine Mandate Can Move ForwardMayor Ras Baraka issued an executive order in August requiring city employees to get vaccinated.
Thousands Of Unvaccinated Teachers Await Ruling On NYC Vaccine MandateA vaccine mandate for New York City school staff was supposed to take effect Monday, but is now on hold pending a Wednesday court hearing. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Gov. Hochul Preparing To Sign Emergency Order As Health Care Worker Vaccine Deadline LoomsGov. Hochul is preparing to sign an emergency order, making plans to activate the National Guard and bring medical personnel in from other states and countries in case of a health care worker shortage. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Attorney Says Prosecution Presented 'Overwhelming' Evidence Against R. KellyCriminal defense attorney Stuart Slotnick weighs in on the R. Kelly verdict and what's next.
R. Kelly Guilty On All Charges In Sex Trafficking, Racketeering TrialA jury found the R&B superstar guilty on all nine counts. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
R. Kelly Found Guilty On All Counts In Sex Trafficking, Racketeering TrialKelly faced multiple charges including racketeering and eight violations of the Mann Act involving two women. The Mann Act makes it illegal to transport anyone across state lines for any immoral purpose.

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