New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy delivered his State of the State address in Trenton on Tuesday, touting his accomplishments and plans for the future; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.

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Heavy Rain Moves In To Morris CountyThere are more than 100,000 customers without power already in New Jersey. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the latest from Morris County.
Gov. Murphy: Thousands Of Power Outages Possible In N.J.As Tropical Storm Isaias moves through the state, the governor is warning of the potential for 70 mph wind gusts. CBS2's Jon Dias reports from Sea Bright.
Tropical Storm Isaias Brings Strong Winds To Jersey ShoreCBS2's John Elliot has the latest weather forecast live from Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Nassau County Update On Tropical Storm IsaiasNassua County Executive Laura Curran discusses the preparations and warnings for Tropical Storm Isaias.
Mayor De Blasio Introduces New Health CommissionerNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announces Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot is being replaced.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Briefing On Tropical Storm IsaiasMayor Bill de Blasio held a briefing to discuss New York City's preparations for Tropical Storm Isaias.
Gov. Murphy Gives Update On Tropical Storm IsaiasNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy gives update on preparations for Tropical Storm Isaias.
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Alarming Number Of NYC Restaurants May Not Make RentThat's according to a survey by the NYC Hospitality Alliance, which put the number at more than 80%. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
Brooklyn Demonstration To Cancel RentA demonstration is planned in Brooklyn today against the mass eviction of renters that some say is about to happen due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Man Seen Taking Merchandise From Coach StoreA man was seen on video taking about $2,000 worth in merchandise from the Coach store on Fifth Avenue.
Man Seen Robbing Cellphone StorePolice are looking for a man seen on video robbing a cellphone store in the Bronx.
WaWa Introduces Drive-Thru StoresWaWa plans to open a new concept store that's drive-thru only.
Boys On Bikes Struck By Hit-And-Run DriverTwo children on bikes were struck by a vehicle last night, and now police are looking for the driver who fled the scene.
2 Shot Near Bronx PlaygroundPolice say two people were shot overnight near a playground in the Bronx.
New Jersey Under State Of EmergencyThe Jersey Shore is among the places bracing for the impact of Tropical Storm Isaias. CBS2's John Dias has the latest from Sea Bright.
New York Weather: Isaias Arrives In Tri-State AreaCBS2's Vanessa Murdock has the latest weather forecast.
New York Weather: Isaias Barreling Toward NYCCBS2's Lonnie Quinn says the storm's path has shifted slightly west, but the city and points north will still see plenty of rain and high winds on Tuesday afternoon.
Alarming Number Of NYC Restaurants Could Not Pay Rent In JulyThat's according to a survey by the NYC Hospitality Alliance, which put the number at more than 80%. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
4 Manhole Fires Break Out In Jackson HeightsNo injuries were reported. CBS2's Kristine Johnson has the story.
Lower Manhattan Fortified As Isaias ApproachesWhile part of the Lower Manhattan were being strengthened in advance of the storm, some in the outer boroughs were wondering what about us? CBS2's Ali Bauman has the story.
Jersey Shore Gets First Taste Of IsaiasThe storm gained strength and became a hurricane again Monday night and the outer bands started in on the southern part of New Jersey, bringing heavy rain and winds. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports
Church Lector’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ T-Shirt Stirs Dress Code Debate In South OrangeThe Archdiocese of Newark is reaffirming a dress code for lectors who assist the priest at Mass. It comes after a controversy over a “Black Lives Matter” t-shirt worn at a church in South Orange. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
NYC Open Restaurants Program To Return In Summer 2021, Mayor SaysNearly 200 streets across the five boroughs close for restaurant tables on sidewalks and in curb side lanes.

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