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Police Arrest Man For Driving On Sidewalk In Times SquareThere's an updated on a reckless driving incident that happened in Times Square last year.
Case Of Woman's Body Found In Staten Island Park Ruled A HomicidePolice have new information about the death of 25-year-old Ola Salem; CBSN New York's Nick Caloway reports.
Numbers From NYPD Show Increase In Complaints Of Misdemeanor CrimesIncidents of harassment, groping and assaults on the subway are reported often, and according to NYPD numbers, some subway crimes are increasing; CBSN New York's Alice Gainer reports.
Syracuse University Halts Fraternity Activities After Report Of Racist IncidentThere's uproar at Syracuse University after the school suspended all fraternity activities because of another reported racist incident.
NJ Officials Announce $13.5M Plan To Deal With Algae BloomsAlgae blooms have been a persistent problem for New Jersey lakes this year and now there's a multi-million dollar plan to deal with it.
Westchester County Executive Proposes Term Of 2 YearsCurrent Westchester County Executive George Latimer has submitted legislation to change the term limits for his office from three to two.
Ramsey Police Say Mail Is Being Stolen From MailboxesPolice in Ramsey, New Jersey, don't want people using the big blue postal service mailboxes; CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.
Steam Incident Closes Eighth Avenue In MidtownA steam incident shut down Eighth Avenue in Midtown on Monday.
Federal Report Urges Passengers To Buckle Up In Back SeatExperts say at least half of last year's back seat crash deaths could have been prevented; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Is Bloomberg's Stop-And-Frisk Apology A Precursor For A Presidential Run?Sources say former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's stop-and-frisk apology is just a precursor for his entry into the presidential race; CBS2's political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Warning Issued For NJ Homeowners About Scam Involving Water FiltersPolice say con artists are preying on a neighborhood that uses the same tap water as Newark, which has been dealing with a lead crisis for several years; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Cafe For Deaf & Hard Of Hearing Robbed Before OpeningA special cafe for the deaf and hard of hearing was robbed before it could even open; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 11/18 Evening Forecast at 5PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for November 18 at 5 p.m.
New Study Supports Previous Research On HPV Vaccine SafetyDoctors hope a new study will reassure parents about the HPV vaccine.
Research Questions Effectiveness Of Stents, Bypass Surgeries In Some Heart PatientsA "blockbuster" new study questions the effectiveness of stents and bypass surgeries in some heart patients; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
World War II Pilot's Remains Return Home 75 Years After DeathA special service was held Monday for a World War II pilot killed in action; CBS2's Scott Rapoport reports.
Cab Driver Denies He Attacked Passenger, Says He Was The VictimA cab driver accused of stabbing a passenger in the Bronx turned himself in to police; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Prince Andrew Criticized For Comments About Jeffrey EpsteinThere's fallout from a new Prince Andrew interview about his connection to Jeffrey Epstein; Rylee Carlson reports for CBS2.
The Dig's Elle McLogan On Junda's PastryThe Dig's Elle McLogan talks about her trip to Junda's Pastry on Long Island.
WeWork Set To Cut Thousands Of JobsThe office space rental company WeWork is reportedly set to cut at least 4,000 jobs.
Pet Parrot Dies After Being Mistakenly Taken By Stranger At Pet ShopA valuable parrot considered part of the family turned up dead after being mistakenly taken from groomers at a pet shop; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
President Trump Reportedly Backing Away From Flavored E-Cigarette BanPresident Donald Trump is reportedly backing away from his decision to ban flavored e-cigarette products.
Queens Apartment Building Tenants Say Management Refuses To Fix ProblemsDozens of tenants living at a Queens apartment building say they're living in dangerous conditions and the people responsible are refusing to fix it; CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
Death Of Staten Island Woman Ruled A HomicideThe medical examiner says 25-year-old Ola Salem died from asphyxiation and police are ruling it a homicide.

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