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Early Morning Power Outages Hit Parts Of ManhattanParts of Manhattan suddenly lost power overnight. Con Ed says it is investigating and most service has been restored.
Some Metro-North Service RestoredMetro-North service will resume today on several lines that were impacted by Tropical Storm Isaias.
Suspect Wanted In Subway Station StabbingPolice are searching for a man accused of stabbing a woman at a subway station on the Upper West Side.
Man Suspected In Multiple Taxi RobberiesPolice say a man seen on video pulling a gun on a taxi driver has robbed at least six others.
3 Shot Overnight In Flatbush, BrooklynThree people were shot overnight in Flatbush, Brooklyn, including an 18-year-old who is in critical condition.
Hundreds Of Thousands Still Without Power In New JerseyPower is still out for hundreds of thousands of customers throughout the area, including nearly 300,000 in New Jersey. CBS2's John Dias has more.
Parts Of Manhattan Lose Power OvernightParts of Manhattan went dark within the past few hours. More than 600 customers on the Upper East Side and more than 500 in Harlem didn't have electricity.
Power Outages Reported In Parts Of ManhattanMore than 1,000 Con Ed customers woke up in the dark Friday morning. Outages were reported on the Upper West Side and Upper East Side, though some service has been restored. Subway service was disrupted.
New York Weather: Stormy FridayCBS2's John Elliott has the latest weather forecast.
Coronavirus 'Long Haulers' Still Suffering From Lingering Effects Weeks Or Months After DiagnosisA growing number of coronavirus survivors have found themselves in a battle that seemingly has no end; CBS2's Cory James reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 8/6 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for August 6 at 11 p.m.
President Trump Issues Executive Order On TikTokPresident Donald Trump issued an executive order Thursday against the social media app TikTok.
New Jersey Residents Getting Few Answers About When Power Will Return After Tropical Storm IsaiasResidents in New Jersey say they're getting few answers about when their power will be restored; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Con Edison Bringing In Out-Of-State Crews As Hundreds Of Thousands Remain Without PowerMany in Westchester County were still without power Thursday night as Con Edison says hundreds of out-of-state crews are on the way to help restore service; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Police: 84-Year-Old Man Injured In Queens RobberyPolice are trying to identify an individual wanted for questioning in connection to a Queens robbery that left a man injured. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Advocates Demand Change After Black Woman Dies Giving BirthThere's a demand for change after a Black woman died giving birth to her daughter in New York City.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Activates National Guard For Storm CleanupIn Connecticut, Gov. Ned Lamont has activated the National Guard to assist with storm cleanup and power restoration.
Frustrations Grow For Thousands Of Long Islanders Still Without PowerAbout 120,000 Long Island customers were still without power Thursday and many could be looking at another day or two without service; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Fathers Share Heartbreak To Draw Attention To Medical Disparities For Pregnant Black WomenTwo fathers are sharing their heartbreak to draw attention to medical disparities in Black communities. Both men recently lost their partners to pregnancy complications in New York City, where the maternal mortality rate is significantly higher for Black women; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
New York State Police Unions Join Forces To Overturn NYC Chokehold BanA coalition of 18 police unions in New York State join forces to strike down New York City's controversial chokehold ban, but Mayor de Blasio hasn't changed his mind; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Demanding Answers: Jersey Central Power And Light Customers Told Power May Be Out Until Next WeekFrustrated and fired up, some New Jersey residents are being told not to expect power until next week. They're customers of Jersey Central Power and Light, which has the most outages; CBS2's Lisa Rozner demanded answers Thursday.
New York Weather: CBS2's 8/6 Thursday Evening UpdateLonnie Quinn has the updated evening forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
White Plains Hospital Staff Thanks Fire Department For Months Of Support During Peak Of COVID-19 PandemicThroughout the COVID-19 pandemic, firefighters in White Plains have been cheering to support their local health care heroes, but Thursday, it was their turn to feel the love. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Bride Describes Moment Beirut Explosion Turned Wedding Photo Shoot Into ChaosA smiling bride was in the middle of posing for wedding photos when was suddenly knocked over by the massive explosion in Beirut.

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