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New Jersey Couple Gets Married 30 Years After Being Crowned Homecoming King, QueenAfter a year of dating and four months of being engaged, a New Jersey couple got married in an unconventional way. They tied the knot on the college campus where their paths crossed nearly 30 years ago; CBS2's Cory James reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 8/7 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for August 7 at 11 p.m.
New York City's Columbus Day Parade Canceled Due To PandemicNew York City's Columbus Day Parade has been canceled because of the pandemic.
New Jersey Residents, Business Owners Spend Third Day Without PowerFrustration is growing for residents and business owners in New Jersey after more than three days without electricity; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Police Involved In Shooting On Hopkins Avenue In Jersey CityThe Hudson County prosecutors office confirms there was an officer-involved shooting in Jersey City on Friday.
President Trump Says He's Ready To Take Action After Failed Stimulus NegotiationsPresident Trump said Friday he's ready to take action on his own after a week of failed stimulus negotiations on Capitol Hill, and that includes enhanced unemployment benefits for jobless workers; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Parents Weighing Options After Gov. Cuomo Gives New York Schools The Green LightGov. Cuomo says schools can reopen in September, and now parents must decide whether to send their children back; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Police: 84-Year-Old Man Injured In Queens RobberyPolice are trying to identify an individual wanted for questioning in connection to a Queens robbery that left a man injured.
Gov. Lamont Tours Westport And Danbury Amid Power ProblemsCT Gov. Ned Lamont is visiting communities hit hard by Tropical Storm Isaias.
New Jersey Announces $25 Million Grant Program For Small Property Landlords To Forgive Back RentNew Jersey is taking steps to help low-income renters and small property landlords facing hardships due to the coronavirus pandemic.
'It's A True Blessing From God': Citymeals On Wheels Deliveryman Still On The Job After 30 YearsWhen Warren Pizarro was 21 years old, he took on a job with Citymeals on Wheels. Thirty years later, he's still pushing his food cart as a Citymeals deliverer for Henry Street Settlement on the Lower East Side. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
New Jersey Based DeCamp Bus Lines Shuts Down Due To Low Ridership; ‘Lucky If We Get 400 Fares A Day’A legendary family-owned bus company that has been around since the 1800s is shutting down. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
After The Storm: More Than 100,000 Power Outages Remain On Long IslandLong Islanders are running out of patience as crews scramble to restore power after Tropical Storm Isaias. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New York Weather: CBS2's 8/7 Friday Evening UpdateLonnie Quinn has the updated Friday night and weekend forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
Customers Save Long Island Village’s Historic Restaurant After Learning Building Was For SaleStepping through Hildebrant’s doors is a journey back in time. The old fashioned soda shop has been in business in Williston Park for nearly 100 years. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Toddler Who Went Missing In Fort Greene, Brooklyn Found Safe2-year-old Alayah went missing around 7:30 a.m. Friday.
Thousands Still Without Power In Hard Hit Middletown, NJThe mayor said power is expected to be completely restored in town on Saturday.
Jersey City Schools Will Only Have Remote LearningThe Jersey City Board of Education voted to start the school year with entirely remote learning.
New Study Shows Some Masks Are Better Than OthersMasks are the new normal when it comes to stopping the spread of coronavirus. Researchers looked into how some masks are more effective than others.
Family Of Man Allegedly Put In Illegal Chokehold By NYPD Officers Says System Fails People With Mental IllnessA man prosecutors say was put in an illegal chokehold by NYPD officers is now behind bars in a different incident, but his family says it's all because the system failed him. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Maplewood Deploys Young Social Distancing Ambassadors To Help Remind People To Wear MasksThere is growing concern in New Jersey over the rise in COVID-19 cases among young people. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Caught On Video: Man Accused Of Randomly Stabbing Woman At Upper West Side Subway StationPolice released slowed-down surveillance video of a man running a turnstile. The video shows him suddenly lifting up a knife and plunging it downward. Just out of frame, police say a woman buying a MetroCard was stabbed in the back. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Catskills Casino Ready And Waiting For Gov. Cuomo To Allow ReopeningGov. Andrew Cuomo is breaking from his fellow leaders in New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts when it comes to reopening casinos. The casino in the Catskills is ready, but the governor is not showing his hand. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Tunnel To Towers Foundation To Hold Its Own 9/11 Ceremony With Live Name ReadingDueling ceremonies will take place this year in Lower Manhattan to honor those murdered in the 9/11 attacks. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.

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