After a deadly accident in Manhattan, workers are now scrambling to put up scaffolding at buildings across New York City in need of repairs. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.

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Mayor Bill De Blasio Calling On Board Of Elections To Take Action After Five Days Of Long Voting LinesAs voters continued to stand in line for hours on the fifth day of early voting, Mayor Bill de Blasio called on the Board of Elections to take action; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
New Jersey Senior Sanctuary For Dogs In Need Of HelpA special retirement home in Monmouth County is a place where dogs thrive in their golden years, but it's been hit hard by the pandemic and needs help; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Some Countries Cutting Quarantine Length In Effort To Increase ComplianceSome countries are cutting the length of time people are supposed to quarantine after exposure to the coronavirus, but the approach is controversial; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Referendum Lets Voters Decide If Palisades Center Mall Can Rent Attic SpaceVoters in one suburb are deciding an unusual referendum this election cycle. They're voting on whether to allow a mall to rent out unused space in its attic; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
NYCHA Residents Without Gas, Electricity As Nights Get ColderHundreds of residents in New York City public housing are pleading for help as they are living without gas or electricity; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
2 Teens Shot, One Fatally, During Robbery In BrooklynAn attempted robbery has taken the life of a teenager in Brooklyn. Police say the suspect tried to rob two teen boys, shooting them both in the process. CBS2's Cory James reports.
NYC Health + Hospitals Gearing Up For Possible Second Wave Of Coronavirus PatientsAs COVID cases increase across New York City, Health and Hospitals is preparing for a possible second wave. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Unveils Legislation To Hold Utility Companies Accountable To Provide Reliable ServiceThe governor says it is in response to widespread failures to prepare and respond to frequent and extreme weather events, like Tropical Storm Isaias.
Free COVID Tests Now Available At LaGuardia AirportThere are still no federal regulations for COVID health screenings at U.S. airports. Bur Wednesday night, LaGuardia Airport is the latest to offer on-site COVID-19 tests to passengers. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Final Blitz On In Race For The White HousePresident Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are on the attack. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
U.S. Department Of Justice Opens Investigation Into New Jersey's State-Run Veterans HomesWednesday, it sent a letter to Gov. Phil Murphy saying the state is now under investigation. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Paterson, N.J. Limiting Restaurant And Bar HoursPaterson's Mayor Andre Sayegh says he's issuing an executive order ordering dining and nightlife establishment to close daily at midnight.
NYC Businesses To Use Sidewalks, Curbs As Part Of New ‘Open Storefronts’ ProgramMayor Bill de Blasio wants to do for small businesses what he did for restaurants: Open up the streets and allow them to sell their wares there.
New York Weather: Partial ClearingCBS2's John Elliott has the latest weather forecast.
Catholic Charities Hands Out Food At 'Halloween Harvest'Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens hosted a "Halloween Harvest" food pop-up in Bay Ridge, distributing fresh produce and groceries
Local Restaurants Feed Voters Waiting In Long LinesLong lines and big appetites at the polls. A new initiative by the World Central Kitchen has the solution. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock has more.
Coronavirus Front And Center On Campaign TrailPresident Donald Trump and Joe Biden are making their final pitches as we enter the last six days of the 2020 presidential race.
De Blasio Calls For Board Of Elections OverhaulAs people brace to wait on long early voting lines, Mayor Bill de Blasio is calling for an overhaul of the city's Board of Elections.
6-Year-Old School Bus Crash Survivor Home From HospitalA 6-year-old girl who was one of three people seriously injured in a school bus crash last week in Orange County has been released from the hospital.
NYC Launches 'Open Storefronts' Program To Help Local BusinessesMayor Bill de Blasio is taking steps to help small businesses struggling during the pandemic.
DOJ Investigating New Jersey Veterans Home DeathsThe U.S. Department of Justice has launched a civil rights investigation into New Jersey's state-run veterans homes.
Dozens Arrested As New Yorkers Protest Police Killing Of Walter Wallace Jr.Protests turned violent in Brooklyn of the deadly police-involved shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. in Philadelphia. CBS2's John Dias has reaction from the mayor.
Mayor De Blasio On Early Voting, Open StorefrontsMayor Bill de Blasio discusses early voting and announces a new open storefronts program in New York City.
Keith Raniere Sentenced In NXIVM Sex CultKeith Raniere will spend the rest of his life in prison for sex trafficking. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports from outside the courthouse.

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