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Thousands Expected At City Beaches For July 4th WeekendNew York City beachgoers are allowed in the water for the first time this summer, just in time for the holiday weekend. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports from Coney Island.
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Restaurants, Beaches Preparing For July 4th Crowds With Social Distancing, Other Coronavirus Safety GuidelinesOutdoor dining, beaches and other activities are expected to draw crowds for July 4th weekend. But, all being told to follow the state's coronavirus guidelines and enforce social distancing. CBS2's John Dias reports.
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NYPD Searching For Suspects In SoHo Sunglasses Shop RobberyPolice are looking for about a dozen suspects accused of robbing a sunglasses shop in SoHo.
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Some NYC Restaurants Offering Outdoor Seating Without Protection From TrafficWith indoor dining postponed in New York City, outdoor seating is one of the few options for restaurants to stay in business, but some places are serving customers in the street without any protection from traffic; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Amusement Parks, Arcades Reopen Along Jersey Shore In Time For July 4th WeekendAmusement parks and arcades were allowed to open in New Jersey on Thursday, and it couldn't have come at a better time for the Jersey Shore; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Archbishop Of New York Pens Op-Ed In Support Of NYPDIn a new op-ed, Timothy Cardinal Dolan is throwing his support behind the NYPD; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Exclusive: Community Activists In Hell's Kitchen Meet With Police Officials Over Rising CrimeBusiness owners and people who live in Hell's Kitchen say they are fed up with rising crime in their neighborhood; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.

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