Students will face a new reality when they go back to school. After months of social distancing and other changes in behavior, what will classrooms look like? CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.

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New York Weather: CBS2 5/14 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for May 14 at 6 p.m.
Dinosaur Park In Leonia Reopens In JuneThe dinosaurs return to Leonia's Overpeck Park.
Yankees Fan Says She Can No Longer Attend Game Because Of Sudden Change In Seating PolicyBefore the pandemic, going out to see a baseball game wasn't all that complicated, but in this new normal, with so many changing policies, one family is striking out; CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Monday Is Deadline To File 2020 Tax ReturnsThis weekend is the last weekend to get your taxes done.
Republican Marjorie Taylor-Greene Reportedly Accuses Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Of Supporting TerroristsAccording to published reports, New York Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was accused of supporting terrorists when she was confronted by Republican Marjorie Taylor-Greene on Wednesday.
Safety Corridor Proposed For Southern State Parkway Amid Concerns About Deadly CrashesA deadly stretch of a Long Island parkway could soon be subject to hefty driver fines for speeding and other infractions. Lawmakers in Albany are proposing creating what they call a highway safety corridor on the Southern State Parkway; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Settlement Reached In Lawsuits Following Deadly NJ TRANSIT CrashNearly five years after a deadly crash at the Hoboken terminal, NJ TRANSIT reaches settlements in lawsuits filed.
Brooklyn Family Demands DOE Investigation After 12-Year-Old Boy Dies Following Alleged Bullying At SchoolA grieving family is demanding an investigation from the New York City Department of Education. Twelve-year-old Romy Vilsaint died unexpectedly last week, and his family says it happened after he was bullied at school; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Gayle King Speaks To Friends Of Queen Elizabeth In 'Queen Carries On'In a primetime special on CBS, Gayle King talks to those who know Queen Elizabeth well, including a very personal tribute from Sir Paul McCartney.
Prince Harry Discusses Leaving Britain, Starting New Life In CaliforniaIn a podcast, Prince Harry revealed new details about why he decided to leave Britain and start a new life with his wife, Meghan, and their son, Archie, in California; CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Only On 2: Queens Rehearsal Studio Helps Artists Get Back On Their FeetRehearsal studios across New York City are back in business as many Broadway performers are preparing to return to the stage after more than a year away. One studio space in Queens is helping artists get back on their feet; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Experts Say Hearing Loss Can Be Connected To Feelings Of Depression, LonelinessMay is Better Speech and Hearing Month. Many people do not associate hearing loss with mental illness, but experts say not being able to hear properly can be connected to feelings of depression and loneliness; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Exclusive: 3 Homeless Encampments Swept Away In ManhattanThere are now three fewer homeless encampments in Manhattan. Friday, a multi-agency effort swept away camps in Midtown West and Hell's Kitchen, and those cleanup teams made some surprising discoveries; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Crucifix Toppled, Damaged At Brooklyn Catholic ChurchThe NYPD needs help finding the vandals who toppled and shattered a crucifix of Jesus at a Brooklyn Catholic church.
Body Found In Burned Out Car Behind Home On Long IslandPolice say they found a body in a car that was burned out on Long Island.
Pre-Trial Testimony Underway In Thomas Valva CaseThere was raw emotion in a courtroom Friday, more than a year after 8-year-old Thomas Valva was discovered dead in his Long Island home. Valva's father, an NYPD cop at the time, and his live-in girlfriend were arrested and charged with child abuse and murder. Now, pre-trial testimony is underway; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
AIDS Walk New York's Mission Remains The Same After 35 Years: 'The AIDS Epidemic Isn't Over'AIDS Walk New York is this Sunday, an event that started 35 years ago, and even though the walk has changed, the mission hasn't; CBS2's John Elliott reports.
Only On 2: FDNY Marine Division Gearing Up For Boating SeasonThe FDNY is gearing up for boating season. The department says last year was perhaps its busiest with hundreds of calls on the water, and this year, they're expecting the same; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
House GOP Elect NY Rep. Elise Stefanik To Leadership PositionIn Washington, House Republicans on Friday elected New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik as their third-ranking leader.
Israel Launches More Air Strikes As Fighting Intensifies In Middle EastIsraeli troops are inching closer to Gaza, and fighting is intensifying as Israel launches more air strikes; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Combination Food, Vaccination Drive Held In Corona, QueensTwo local nonprofits teamed up Friday for a combination food and COVID vaccination drive.
New Jersey Keeps Indoor Mask Mandates Despite New CDC GuidanceDespite new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says he's not ready to lift the state's mask mandate.
Suspect In Custody In Connection To Yale Graduate Student's MurderNinety-seven days after the shocking murder of a Yale graduate student, the suspect is finally in custody; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Injuries Reported In School Bus Accident In Westchester CountyA school bus was involved in an accident in Westchester County on Friday.

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