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Catholic Charities Delivers 1 Millionth Meal Since Beginning Of PandemicOn Wednesday, Catholic Charities distributed its 1 millionth meal to New Yorkers in need since the coronavirus first struck in March. Timothy Cardinal Dolan was on hand offering prayer and praise; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
FBI Warns Cybercriminals Are Spreading Disinformation Ahead Of November ElectionThere are warnings from the FBI about cybercriminals spreading disinformation ahead of Election Day. Intelligence officials say operatives in certain countries are attempting to once again sow distrust in our electoral system; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Enters Pivotal StageAnother COVID vaccine has entered what is described as the pivotal stage before applying for FDA approval. It's a very large phase 3 trial from Johnson and Johnson. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez says this trial may have some advantages over other candidate vaccines.
New Report Highlights Racial Disparity In NYC PolicingA new report is highlighting the racial disparity amongst policing in New York City, spanning over a decade.
Man Who Killed NYPD Officer In 1970s Granted ParoleThere's outrage from the family of a murdered NYPD officer after the state parole board ordered one of his killers to be set free. He's the second cop killer granted parole in the shocking targeting of two officers back in the early '70s; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Industry City Project Scrapped In BrooklynFirst Amazon, and now Industry City. The project expected to bring a major economic boost to Brooklyn has been scrapped. The controversial proposal would have rezoned the waterfront in Sunset Park and added thousands of jobs; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Chicago Bears Great Gale Sayers DiesThe NFL lost a legend Wednesday, both on and off the field. CBS2's Otis Livingston reports on the passing of Chicago Bears great Gale Sayers.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lies In Repose At Supreme Court For First Day Of Public ServicesWednesday marks the first day of public services for late legal icon Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Debra Alfarone reports for CBS2.
NYC Council Considers Bill To Help Struggling RestaurantsCurbside dining could soon become a permanent fixture on New York City streets.
Metropolitan Opera Cancels Entire 2020-21 SeasonThe Metropolitan Opera is canceling its entire 2020-21 season.
Times Square New Year Celeration To Be 'Virtually Enhanced'Even with the restrictions of 2020, the party to ring in 2021 is still on.
Mayor De Blasio: Brooklyn, Queens Neighborhoods Account For Nearly 25% Of New NYC Coronanvirus CasesThere is concern over new coronavirus clusters in New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio says a few Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods account for nearly 25% of new cases and he calls the infection rate urgent; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
New Gun Violence Statistics Released By NYPDThe escalation in gun violence in New York City is highlighted in new statistics released this week.
8-Year-Old Girl Shot In Bronx ApartmentAn 8-year-old girl is one of the latest victims of gun violence in New York City. Now police are searching for the person who burst into her Bronx apartment and opened fire Wednesday morning; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Protests Planned In Downtown Brooklyn In Response To Breonna Taylor Case DecisionNew York City is reacting to news the Louisville police officers will not be charged in Breonna Taylor's death. A protest is planned for Wednesday evening in downtown Brooklyn; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
No Officers Directly Charged In Death Of Breonna TaylorThere are no charges against Louisville police for the death of Breonna Taylor. The grand jury's decision comes six months after Taylor was fatally shot by police; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Met Opera Cancels 2020-2021 SeasonThe Metropolitan Opera announced Wednesday it has canceled its 2020-21 season due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Times Square New Years Eve To Go VirtualThe coronavirus pandemic is altering another iconic New York tradition.
Police: Woman Beaten After Warning Sleeping Passenger About Subway RobberyA Good Samaritan was assaulted for speaking up and stopping a robbery on the subway, police say. The incident happened around 5:30 a.m. Sunday on a southbound D train from Columbus Circle. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Replace Boy's Stolen BikePolice officers in Connecticut pitched in to buy a little boy a bike after his was stolen.
New York Weather: Fall Feeling Like SummerCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
Catholic Charities Distributes 1 Millionth MealThe organization handed out its one millionth meal to New Yorkers in need since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Tony Aiello has more.
Man Convicted Of Killing Cops Granted ParoleA man convicted of killing two NYPD officers in the 1970s has been granted parole.
NY DMV Outage ReportedThe New York State DMV experienced a systemwide outage Wednesday morning.

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