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FDA Issues Benadryl Warning, Investigating Reports Of Teen Injuries And Deaths Linked To TikTok ChallengeThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning Thursday over “serious problems with high doses” of the over-the-counter allergy medication Benadryl.
Firefighters Make Surprise Discovery Battling Brooklyn Blaze: Bundles Of Cash Hidden In CeilingSome firefighters made it rain while battling a fire at a Brooklyn home Thursday. Rain cash, that is.
Port Authority Tunnel And Bridge Agent Candidates Return To Training With Focus On Emergency Rescues During A PandemicWhen the pandemic hit, Port Authority tunnel and bridge agent candidates had to stop training, but they're back at it. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis got an exclusive hands-on look at what it takes to be ready for an emergency.
AMBER Alert: Man Accused Of Abducting 7-Year-Old Giselle Torres In Pennsylvania, May Be Headed To NYC AreaState police say a man who allegedly abducted a 7-year-old girl in Pennsylvania may be headed to the New York City area.
New York City Parents Worry Staffing Concerns Put Tuesday Opening In JeopardyThe school year for most of New York City’s 1.1 million students officially starts next weeks, but are schools and the de Blasio Administration ready? It may not be a sure thing, CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reports.
Former Clerk To Ruth Bader Ginsburg Recalls Late Supreme Court Justice's Fight For EqualityMore than 100 of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's former law clerks were in Washington D.C this week to pay their respects. CBS2's Nick Caloway spoke with one of them.
Brooklyn School For Teens At Risk Of Not Graduating Struggling To Connect To Students Through Remote LearningRemote learning is particularly hard on the thousands of New York City students who don't have reliable internet at home. CBS2's Ali Bauman went to a school in Brooklyn that's trying to connect with students, even when they don't have an internet connection.
New Jersey Resident Also Registered To Vote In New York; Not Illegal, Election Official SaysIt’s a time of high anxiety for people worried about voter fraud and election security. CBS2’s Tony Aiello met a woman who realized she’s listed as an active voter in New York and New Jersey. Believe it or not, it’s legal.
NYC Health Officials: Non-Essential Businesses Could Shutdown In Neighborhoods With COVID SpikesInspections and enforcement measures began Friday in areas of Brooklyn and Queens experiencing an alarming increase in COVID cases. If there isn’t enough compliance, city officials say all non-essential businesses in those areas could be ordered to close. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
New Jones Beach Energy And Nature Center Has Some Conservationists SuingAn energy and nature center was unveiled Friday at Jones Beach, created to help educate the public about climate change. Surprisingly, some conservationists aren’t celebrating. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
People Gather In Harlem To Commemorate 'National Day Of Remembrance For Murder Victims'A citywide coalition of anti-gun violence organizations are calling on lawmakers to pass legislation stopping the flow of illegal guns.
Father Shot While Shielding Children From Gunfire Reportedly Lost Job Due To InjuryAccording to a GoFundMe page, Anthony Jefferson needed surgery to remove the bullet and lost his job due to the injury.
Exclusive: Father Shoved Onto Subway Tracks In Unprovoked Attack: ‘I Thought I Was Going To Lose My Life’A father was shoved onto the subway tracks while he waited for the train to work Thursday. CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge spoke exclusively with 25-year-old Raphael Mejias from his Mount Sinai Hospital bed.
Yom Kippur Services Will Be Much Different Due To Coronavirus PandemicIn non-pandemic times, synagogues would host crowded services. But, not this year. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Fed. Judge Orders 2020 Census Must Continue Through Oct. 31, Instead Of Ending In Sept.New York City Census Director Julie Menin said the ruling "is a major victory."
Kips Bay Homeless Shelter Residents Relieved City No Longer Plans To Transfer ThemFamilies were concerned about plans to transfer them to accommodate 300 homeless men who were staying at The Lucerne Hotel on the Upper West Side.
2 Arrested In Alleged Terror Plot Targeting Trump Tower, New York Stock ExchangeThe FBI has arrested two men for an alleged terror plot targeting New York City. Authorities say the suspects were planning attacks at multiple sites, including Trump Tower. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lies In State At US CapitolThe late Supreme Court Justice is the first woman to lie in state at the Capitol and the first Jewish person to receive the honor.
Louisville, KY Bracing For More Protests After Family Of Breonna Taylor Says Justice System FailedA grand jury announced the officers involved in Taylor's shooting death will not be directly charged.
Pres. Trump To Nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett To Supreme CourtCBS News reports Pres. Trump will nominate Amy Coney Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Gov. Murphy Says New Jersey Will Have Own Process To Evaluate COVID-19 VaccineMurphy also announced he extended the state's public health emergency by another 30 days.
New York City To Make Expanded Outdoor Dining Areas Permanent, Mayor de Blasio SaysThe mayor said restaurants will be allowed to permanently expand into parking areas in front of their restaurants and adjacent storefronts. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Bronx Man Charged After 3-Year-Old Jaylynn Evans Dies In His Care; Grandmother Pleads: ‘I Just Need To Know What Happened’Mystery surrounds the death of a little girl from Brooklyn. Family members say she went to a sleepover nearby, ended up in the Bronx, and later dead. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
New York Weather: CBS2's 9/25 Friday Afternoon UpdateJohn Elliott has the Tri-State Area's updated forecast on CBS2 News At Noon.

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