CBS2's Lisa Rozner has the latest on the repeated attempts to reach New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza after a Brooklyn school board member used a racial slur against Asians.
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New Rollercoaster Complete At Six FlagsThe final piece of track is now in place for a new rollercoaster at Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey.
Suspect Wanted In Several Livery Cab RobberiesNew video shows a man police say is wanted in a string of livery cab robberies.
Barge Sinks In Gowanus CanalA barge that sank in the Gowanus Canal may be spilling contaminants into the water.
NYPD Officer Shot In Back In BronxAn NYPD officer was shot and seriously injured Tuesday night in the Soundview section of the Bronx. CBS2's John Dias has the latest.
New York Weather: Cloudy WednesdayCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
NYPD: Officer Shot In The BronxAn officer was shot in the Bronx on Tuesday night; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 1/26 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for January 26 at 11 p.m.
New Jersey Woman Loses Twin Sister, Mother To COVID-19 Just Days ApartA New Jersey community is coming together to help a beloved postal worker who lost two family members to COVID-19 just days apart; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
CBS Philadelphia Anchor Ukee Washington Thanks Viewers, Co-Workers For SupportKYW anchor Ukee Washington got emotional Tuesday while thanking viewers and co-workers for the love and support over the past couple of days.
Alleged Kellyanne Conway Twitter Post Being InvestigatedAn investigation has been launched after Kellyanne Conway allegedly posted a topless picture of her teen daughter on social media.
President Biden Ready To Boost COVID Vaccine SupplyPresident Joe Biden says he is ready to boost the COVID vaccine supply. The federal government will buy enough doses to immunize most Americans. The hope is to bring relief to states with shortages; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Officer Seriously Injured After Being Shot In The BronxA police officer was shot in the Bronx on Tuesday night.
NYPD: Woman Shot Dead In East Harlem Apartment, Suspect In CustodyPolice are investigating a deadly shooting in East Harlem.
New York Weather: CBS2 1/26 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for January 26 at 6 p.m.
NYC Yellow Cab Drivers Urge Mayor To Provide Debt ReliefNew York City yellow cab drivers demand Mayor Bill de Blasio deliver on a promise to provide much-needed debt relief.
New Efforts Underway On Long Island To Get COVID Vaccines Into Minority CommunitiesThere are new efforts on Long Island to make sure minority communities have equal access to COVID vaccines. Local leaders say those residents already face an uphill battle in convincing residents that vaccinations are safe; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Westchester Man Wearing Varsity Jacket Charged In Capitol RiotA Westchester County man is charged with taking part in the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol.
Global Campaign Urges Ban On Facial Recognition TechnologyA global campaign to ban facial recognition technology launched Tuesday. Critics say the technology creates privacy issues and can contribute to racial profiling; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Newly Divorced New Jersey Mom Donating Wedding, Engagement RingsA New Jersey mother is hoping to give back to a couple struggling during the pandemic. She's newly divorced, and she's donating her wedding and engagement rings; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Pennsylvania Siblings Send Care Packages To Nursing Home ResidentsTwo siblings in Pennsylvania are working hard to bring joy to others. They're putting smiles on the faces of thousands of nursing home residents who are still unable to see their loved ones because of the pandemic; Nikki Battiste reports for CBS2.
SUNY Chancellor Says It's Time To Rethink Higher Education After Major Drop In ApplicationsThe SUNY system has lost a fifth of its prospective students. It's the largest one-year drop ever in its college applications. Its chancellor says the drop-off signals a time to rethink higher education; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Internet Outages Disrupt Remote Learning, Work In NortheastWidespread internet outages disrupted remote learning and work Tuesday for people across the northeast.
Bill Would Allow More Food Vendors To Get Street Permits In NYCMore food vendors could come to New York City streets if a bill is passed that would help those who haven't been able to get a permit for decades, but restaurant owners worry what that means for their bottom line; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
100-Year-Old Staten Island Woman Beats COVIDA 100-year-old Staten Island woman beat the coronavirus.