Across the country, nearly 100,000 new cases of coronavirus were reported in children over the last two weeks. The sharp increase comes as parents here at home are running out of time to decide whether to send their kids to school in person. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.

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Decision Day Looming: Parents Must Let NYC Know By Friday If They Will Send Their Kids To Public Schools In FallAcross the country, nearly 100,000 new cases of coronavirus were reported in children over the last two weeks. The sharp increase comes as parents here at home are running out of time to decide whether to send their kids to school in person. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
8-Year-Old Boy Named Ambassador To Westchester County Children’s Hospital After Defeating COVID-19-Related MIS-CThere has been a 40% increase in child cases of coronavirus in just two weeks. A Mount Vernon boy who battled and beat the virus is now being honored by a children’s hospital for his bravery. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Tropical Storm Isaias: Expert Offers Advice On Liability When Trees Fall On Your PropertyTropical Storm Isaias knocked down tons of trees all over the Tri-State Area. So who is technically responsible if one fell on your property? As CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reports, the answer might surprise you.
New York Attorney General Seeks To Disband NRA Over Allegations Of Leaders’ Lavish LifestylesJames filed a lawsuit Thursday in state court in Manhattan following an 18-month investigation.
Long Islanders Frustrated With Response From PSEG LI To Restore ElectricityMore than 130,000 customers remained without power on Long Island on Thursday. It could be another day or two before their lights, air conditioning, internet and cell service are restored. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New Rochelle Residents Worried Cleanup, Power Restoration Effort Lagging; 'We Just Can't Get Answers Out Of Anybody'Con Edison said the county was the hardest hit and it's working to get power restored. Business owners and residents, however, are frustrated with how long it's taking and the mess the storm left behind. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
New Jersey Residents Getting Increasingly Frustrated As They Wait For Power To Be RestoredCBS2’s Alice Gainer traveled to Wyckoff on Thursday and spoke to residents who are still waiting for utility companies to remove fallen trees and restore power.
New York Weather: CBS2 Noon ForecastCBS2's John Elliott has what you need to know as you get through your Thursday.
N.Y. Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against NRALetitia James is seeking to put the gun advocacy organization out of business. The suit claims NRA executives diverted millions of dollars for lavish personal trips, no-show contracts for associates and other questionable expenditures. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports
Mount Vernon Boy Honored After Defeating MIS-CThe 8-year-old was very sick for several months, but overcame the puzzling disease that impacts children. On Thursday, he was named an ambassador to Maria Fareri Children's Hospital in Valhalla. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports
Basement Fire Leads To Major Drug Manufacturing Bust In PatersonPolice said they found enough ingredients to make several million dollars worth of "K2," also known as bath salts. CBS2's Jon Dias reports
Tropical Storm Isaias: Power Outage Nightmare Continues In New JerseyFamilies are waiting for utility crews to arrive and remove trees and limbs from wires. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
Tropical Storm Isaias: New Rochelle Community Worried Cleanup, Power Restoration Effort LaggingNo power is one concern, but residents are also upset their streets are still impassable. They're worried they'd be trapped during an emergency. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Westchester County Executive George Latimer Gives Update On Power Outages And CleanupCounty Executive George Latimer provides an update on the number of power outages that remain in Westchester and the cleanup effort after Tropical Storm Isaias.
Mayor De Blasio Discusses Eviction MoratoriumMayor Bill de Blasio says New York City will offer free legal support for residents facing eviction.
NYPD Searching For Man After Woman Slashed On 7 Train In QueensPolice said the woman took out her cell phone to take video of the man, who then showed a knife and started swinging it at her.
Bronx March Against Gun ViolenceCommunity leaders in the Bronx are holding a march and rally Thursday against gun violence as shootings continue to rise in the city.
Commuter Alert: Tractor-Trailer Crash On Route 4CBS2's Jim Smith is live in Chopper 2 over the scene of an overturned tractor-trailer on Route 4 in Teaneck, New Jersey.
4 Firefighters Hurt Battling Paterson House FIreA hazmat team is on the scene of a house fire in Paterson, New Jersey after four firefighters were rushed to the hospital. CBS2's John Dias has the latest.
New York Weather: Partly Cloudy ThursdayCBS2's John Elliott has the latest weather forecast.
New York Weather: CBS2 8/5 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for August 5 at 11 p.m.
Connecticut Governor Declares Emergency, Asks FEMA For HelpWith more than 600,000 power outages after Tropical Storm Isaias, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont has declared a state of emergency.
Cleanup Underway On Staten Island After 2,000 Downed Trees ReportedCity officials say Staten Island had about 2,000 reports of downed trees after Tropical Storm Isaias.
Queens Residents Counting Their Blessings After Tropical Storm IsaiasNew York City certainly wasn't spared from Tropical Storm Isaias, but as residents in a Queens neighborhood are left picking up the pieces, they're also counting their blessings; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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