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New York Weather: CBS2 9/23 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for September 23 at 6 p.m.
Rockland County Thurgood Marshall Human Rights Monument UnveiledThe Rockland County Thurgood Marshall Human Rights Monument was unveiled Thursday.
Plans Underway For New Jersey GreenwayEvery year, 8 million people visit Manhattan's West Side greenway oasis, the High Line, and now, there's a plan to bring that same type of space to the Garden State in a big way; CBS2's John Elliott reports.
FBI Issues Warrant For Brian Laundrie On 5th Day Of SearchA federal arrest warrant has been issued for Brian Laundrie.
Javier Da Silva Sentenced To 30 Years In Valerie Reyes' DeathA 30-year prison sentence for the man who killed Valerie Reyes, the New Rochelle woman who disappeared from her home in January 2019; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
New York Preparing For Potential Staffing Disruptions As Vaccine Deadline Approaches For Health Care WorkersNew York City is just days away from enacting a vaccine mandate that could have a big impact on schools; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
MTA Kicks Off First Round Of Public Meetings On Congestion PricingThe MTA kicks off its first round of public meetings on congestion pricing, getting an earful from outer borough residents about the plan to toll drivers to fund mass transit; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
CDC Panel Endorses Pfizer Booster Shot For Certain GroupsA panel with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention overwhelmingly voted to recommend a single Pfizer booster shot for certain groups Thursday.
'Singing Phlebotomist' Brings Joy Through SongA medical worker in New Jersey calls himself the "Singing Phlebotomist." A phlebotomist is someone who draws blood, but this one says his calling is to bring joy through song; Jericka Duncan reports for CBS2.
Metropolitan Opera Returns Monday With First Black ComposerNew York's reopening hits another mark in just days.
Supermodel Linda Evangelista Taking Legal Action After CoolSculpting Procedure Gone WrongSupermodel Linda Evangelista is taking legal action after a cosmetic procedure reportedly went wrong, sending her into a deep depression; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Boppy Baby Loungers Recalled After 8 Infant DeathsThere's a consumer alert involving baby loungers.
Aviation Leaders Testify In Front Of Congress About Violent Incidents On FlightsViolent incidents on board flights was the topic in front of Congress on Thursday. Aviation leaders testified about the increase in fights involving passengers refusing to wear a mask; Errol Barnett reports for CBS2.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Faces Pressure To Visit Rikers IslandRepublican leaders got a first-hand look Thursday at the troubling conditions inside the Rikers Island jail complex. They're now joining Democratic colleagues in calling for reforms, all while Mayor Bill de Blasio faces new pressure to visit Rikers himself; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Photos Of Unappetizing Lunches Prompt Change At Paterson Public SchoolsUnappetizing lunches are prompting big changes to the food program in Paterson Public Schools. The staff is getting emergency kitchen lessons as school leaders promise to cook up something better; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
NYC Council Passes Bills Outlining Basic Working Standards For Delivery WorkersFor years, delivery couriers have been calling for improved working conditions. Thursday, New York City Council voted yes to begin to regulate the industry; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Bull Found On Long Island After More Than 2 Months On The RunAfter more than two months on the run, a runaway bull has been captured on Long Island.
Closing Argument Continue In R. Kelly Sex Trafficking TrialClosing arguments continued for a second day in the sex trafficking trial of singer R. Kelly; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Mother Makes Daring Rescue After 14-Month-Old Son Falls Into Open ManholeA mother made a daring rescue after her 14-month-old son fell into an open manhole in a New Jersey park; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Some Worry NYC's COVID Vaccine Mandate Could Lead To Teacher ShortageNew York City schools are getting ready for a big test as the city's vaccine mandate takes effect in just a few days; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
13 Wounded, 1 Dead In Grocery Store Shooting In TennesseeThere was a mass shooting inside a Kroger grocery store in Tennessee on Thursday; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
North Carolina Coastal Community Has Fond Memories Of Gabby PetitoThe slain 22-year-old once worked in the community and was considered a "bright light" by many. This as investigators continue to search for boyfriend Brian Laundrie in Florida. CBS2' Carolyn Gusoff has the latest.
How Black Family's Housing Denial Reverberates TodayCBS Mornings has done a series of stories on wealth in America, including the role of race. The typical Black family has only a fraction of the wealth of a white family, and many experts say real estate is the root of that problem. CBS News' Tony Dokoupil goes back to Bergen County, where his grandfather bought a house in 1953, an investment that skyrocketed in value. Now, he's sharing the experience of a Black family who hoped to make a similar purchase in the same county.
'Singing Phlebotomist' Inspires Others Near And FarA medical assistant in New Jersey has found his own special way to heal patients, bringing his guitar to work each day and serenading the critically ill. Now, the outside world is finding inspiration in his music. CBS News' Jericka Duncan has the story.

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