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Coronavirus Updates: U.S. Students Urged To Return Home From ItalyAn outbreak in Italy is affecting two major U.S. universities. Syracuse's 342 students are being evacuated from a study program in Florence, as are students from New York University. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Carjacking On Long Island Turns Into Chase Into New York City, Suspect Shot DeadDozens of Nassau County and NYPD police officers surrounded a crushed silver car with bullet holes in its door, smashed against the side of a burger restaurant Tuesday evening in Queens. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Police Shoot, Kill Suspect After Car Chase From Long Island Ends In QueensPolice sources tell CBS2 this all started on Long Island when Nassau county police were pursuing a vehicle and followed it into New York City. CBSN New York's Ali Bauman reports.
School Bus Driver Charged After 10-Year-Old Girl Killed In BrooklynPolice have identified the 10-year-old as Patience Albert. Investigators said the bus driver, identified as 61-year-old Pedro Colon, has been charged with two counts of failure to yield to a pedestrian and two counts of failure to exercise due care. CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports.
Search Continues For Duck Seen With Plastic Around Its Beak In Central ParkA large duck, known as a “common merganser,” was photographed with a plastic ring around its neck and lower beak, which prevents it from eating. CBS2's Scott Rapoport reports.
New York Weather: 2/25 Tuesday Evening ForecastCBS2's Lonnie Quinn reports. Light rain and drizzle will linger into this evening with just a chance of drizzle into the overnight. Regarding temperatures, we’ll return to the mid and low 40s by daybreak.
Couple Pay Tribute To Former Slave, One Of Many In Long Island's HistoryLong Island once had the largest slave population of any rural area in the north for most of the colonial era. On Tuesday, the community paid tribute to the heritage of one formerly enslaved man. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Future Of BQE Expressway DebatedTime is ticking for the New York City to repair the decaying Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, and on Tuesday council members considered two possible plans to replace the aging eyesore. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Multiple NYCHA Buildings Without Water In East HarlemAnother night of frustration for thousands of NYCHA residents who say the city is failing them since they don't have clean water to drink or bathe. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Officer Catches Wrong-Way DriverIt happened Monday on the Anderson Hill Road bridge over I-287, clearly marked for one way traffic. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Westchester Mom Says Daughter Stuck In 'Learning Limbo'On Jan. 24, a third-grader was kicked out of Park Avenue Elementary School with no replacement. Her mother says because school leaders don't believe the family lives in the Port Chester Public School system. CBS2's John Dias reports.
NYU Closing Florence Campus Over Coronavirus ConcernsThe coronavirus outbreak causing major problems for college students tonight. As the virus is spreading in Italy, New York University has announced it is closing its campus in Florence. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Is Andy Byford The Perfect Pick To Rescue NJ Transit?The list of complaints from commuters about NJ Transit is long. Some are wondering, could the person to fix it be none other than former New York City Transit Authority chief Andy Byford? CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Harvey Weinstein Trial: Juror Speaks Out In Exclusive InterviewFor the first time since Monday's verdict, CBS2 is hearing exclusively from one of the jurors about the decision and the mood in the deliberation room.
Family Speaks Out After 22-Year-Old Killed Working At Car DealershipThe stepfather of Brandon Almonte says Monday afternoon a co-worker in the service department, 53-year-old Jose Almodovar got upset. Now Almonte is dead and Almodovar is in custody, reports CBS2's Liza Rozner.
Black History Month: First Woman Of Color On Suffolk County's Family Court A Hometown NativeWith her proud daughters looking on, Victoria Gumbs-Moore was given her robe to become the first black family court judge in Suffolk County. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
City Council Goes After NYPD’s DNA Database Of 32,000 New YorkersThe NYPD is reviewing its DNA database after thousands of the samples were collected secretly and include people who are no longer considered suspects in violent crimes. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Sarah Feinberg Takes Over As Interim MTA ChiefCBS2's Political Reporter Marcia Kramer has more on the MTA's temporary transit chief and the search for a permanent replacement.
Proposed NJ Budget Aims To Boost Education, Transit, Public PensionsGov. Phil Murphy unveiled a $40.9 billion budget for the fiscal year 2021, boosting overall spending by more than 5% compared to the plan he put forward last year, and increasing taxes on the wealthy. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Harvey Weinstein Verdict: Victims Speak Out As Convicted Rapist HospitalizedHarvey Weinstein was detoured to Bellevue Hospital on Monday while on his way to Rikers Island after complaining of chest pains, but the next day women victimized by the former movie mogul were speaking out. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
School Bus Driver Charged In Brooklyn Crash That Killed 10-Year-Old GirlPolice have identified the 10-year-old as Patience Albert. Investigators said the bus driver, identified as 61-year-old Pedro Colon, has been charged with two counts of failure to yield to a pedestrian and two counts of failure to exercise due care. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
CDC Says Coronavirus Outbreak In U.S. Not 'If' But 'When'Outbreaks are increasing across Asia, Europe and the Middle East, and one again stock markets took a dive due to the potential for a worldwide epidemic. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
MTA Officials Announce Sarah Feinberg As Interim Transit PresidentMTA officials announced Sarah Feinberg will serve as the interim president of New York City Transit.
Linda Harrison Discusses Newark Museum Of ArtShe's been on the job since January 2019 and is the first African-American to lead the Newark Museum of Art.

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