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Long Island Boy With Cerebral Palsy Pulls Off ‘Play Of The Year’ On The GridironTwo rival Long Island teams and their fans forgot about football for an afternoon and united to embrace a special score for Jackson Wyss. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
New York Weather: 10/21 Monday Evening ForecastIt’s smooth sailing this afternoon with high pressure remaining in place. Expect lots of sunshine and highs in the mid 60s. CBS2's Lonnie Quinn reports.
Staten Island Officials Calling For Action About Invasive Species Of GrassOne local politician is blaming the large deer population for allowing Japanese stiltgrass to take hold. CBS2’s Nick Caloway reports..
Pediatric Doctors Seek To Remove Stigma On Mental Health IssuesStudies estimate one in five children suffer from a mental disorder such as anxiety and depression that impact performance at school. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports on efforts to remove the stigma around such problems.
CC Sabathia Says Farewell To Baseball, Fans And New YorkCC Sabathia posted a message on social media thanking New York fans while announcing his retirement from a 19-year career. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
JPMorgan Chase Seeking To Change Laws On Hiring Of Ex-OffendersMonday, JPMorgan Chase announced plans to not only hire ex-offenders, but lobby to change the laws so other companies would be required to do the same. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
NYC Transit Union Takes Aim At MTA Staffing With Dirty Subway ContestThe Transport Workers Union is holding a contest for the photo capturing the train car with the most litter. It’s all to make a point about cutbacks, CBS2’s Christina Fan reports.
Man Shot On Upper West Side On 63rd Street Near West EndThe shooting was reported at 250 W. 63rd St. at around 4 p.m. One person was injured. Those injuries are not believed to be life-threatening. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
American Meghan Markle Having Rough Adjustment To Role As Duchess Of SussexThe American-born Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex, said out loud what many observers have guessed: she is finding the near-constant critical scrutiny as a royal very hard. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Central Park To Build Statue Of Female Historical FiguresSoujourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton will be honored with Central Park's first statue depicting women who have made history. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
NJ's American Dream Set To Open, Gets Big UpgradeOn Monday, artists were finishing up a mural on the outside as the mall gets ready to open a portion of the entertainment complex later this week, CBS2's Meg Baker reported.
$260 Million Lawsuit Settlement In Ohio Over Opioid CrisisThe top three drug distributors - McKesson, Cardinal Health and Amerisource Bergen - will pay $215 million while drugmaker Teva will pay $20 million in cash and contribute $25 million worth of a drug used to treat opioid addiction. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Search Continues For Missing West Point CadetThe military says the cadet, who has not been named, was scheduled to participate in a military skills competition over the weekend but never showed. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Rockland County Now Equipped With New Fire Truck For Hard-To-Reach FiresFrom brush fires that burn in hard-to-reach spots, to cars that get stuck on the tracks and are pushed far from the crossing where impact was made – the CSX Line that cuts through Congers is a major source of concern for first responders. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Police Seek 3 In String Of Queens Car Break-InsPolice in College Point say there have been at least five car break-ins there since Aug. 23. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Arrest Made After Rutgers Student Reports Sexual Assault While Asleep In DormThe campus was on high alert Monday morning. Police officers were patrolling the Rutgers University Livingston Campus early Monday, a day after they say a man attacked a sleeping student. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez report.
Worker Killed, Another Injured After Partial Wall Collapse On LESThe deadly incident happened around 10 a.m. at a construction site at a landmarked building at 60 Norfolk Street, near Broome Street on the Lower East Side. CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
Suspect Tackled By NYPD After UWS ShootingNYPD officers tackled and took into custody a suspect connected to a shooting on Manhattan’s Upper West Side on Monday afternoon. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Ron Swoboda On Winning 1969 World Series, New York Mets, Tom SeaverSwoboda chats with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about winning a World Series with the New York Mets in 1969 and his new book "Here's The Catch."
New Mental Illness Initiatives In NYCThe new $37 million initiative, in partnership with the NYC Crisis Prevention and Response Task Force, is aimed at reducing mental health crises that end in in 911 calls and serious mental illness cases. 
Staten Island Officials Alarmed By Invasive Species Of GrassAn invasive species of grass is taking over woodlands on Staten Island and could have a long-term impact. CBSN New York's Nick Caloway reports.
New Mural Created For American Dream MallArtists were finishing up a mural on the outside as the mall gets ready to open a portion of the entertainment complex later this week. CBSN New York’s Meg Baker reports.
1 Killed, 1 Injured After Wall Collapses On Lower East SideOne worker was killed and another was seriously injured after a partial wall collapse Monday morning. CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
Rockefeller Center Chooses Christmas Tree For Annual Holiday DisplayHalloween is 10 days away, but New York City is already getting in the Christmas spirit. Katie Johnston reports.

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