Five weeks into the camp season and camping leaders are making note of what appears to be working locally. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.

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Long Island Camps Have Message For Schools: We Have Safety Protocols You May Want To Adopt This FallFive weeks into the camp season and camping leaders are making note of what appears to be working locally. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Nearly 75% Of New York City Students Plan To Return To Classrooms This FallThe mayor said 74%, or more than 700,000, students opted for in-person classes as part of the city’s blended learning plan. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Some Connecticut Residents Left Wondering When Power Will Be RestoredMaking it through a potential heat wave with no air conditioning is a concern for people in Connecticut, where there are still more than 70,000 power outages as of 5 p.m. Monday. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Nassau County Exec. Demands PSEG Long Island Pay Back Customers For 'Botched' Storm ResponseAlmost one week after Tropical Storm Isaias hit, it still feels like the tropics in some Long Island homes. No power means no air conditioning, and health concerns are mounting. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Fire Tears Through Cooking Show Host Rachel Ray's Upstate N.Y. HomeA large fire broke out at cooking show star Rachel Ray's house in Lake Luzerne Sunday. More than a dozen local fire departments responded to the fire, which started around 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, according to Brian LaFlure, fire coordinator for the Warren County Office of Emergency Services. Katie Johnston reports.
NJ Gov. Murphy Update On Coronavirus And ReopeningGov. Phil Murphy announced nursing homes will be allowed to reopen when they meet strict safety benchmarks and said the state will make $130 million available to pay the facilities' workforce.
Climber Dies After Falling From Rock Face At Mohonk Preserve, New York State Police SayA Brooklyn woman died while rock climbing at Mohonk Preserve in Ulster County, New York State Police said Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Wegmans Announces Recall For Oranges And Lemons Sold In Local StoresWegmans is recalling some oranges and lemons sold in local stores because they may be contaminated with listeria. Katie Johnston reports.
Daytime Drama "The Young And The Restless" Returns To TV After Coronavirus Pandemic Shut Down Production"The Young And The Restless" airs weekdays at 12:30 p.m. on CBS2 and anytime of CBS All Access.
New York Weather: CBS2's 8/10 Monday Afternoon UpdateVanessa Murdock has the updated forecast on CBS2 News At Noon.
Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks Tuesday Night In Northern HemisphereKeep your eyes on the skies this week!
Bystander Dies After Getting Caught In Crossfire At Brooklyn ParkPolice said Christopher Ross, 53, was on the handball court at Lincoln Terrace Park in Crown Heights when he was shot in the head and died. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Woman Killed, Others Trapped After Gas Explosion In BaltimoreOne person is dead after several homes collapsed in a northwest Baltimore neighborhood Monday morning.
Nearly 75% Of New York City Students Plan To Return To Classrooms This FallThe mayor said 74%, or more than 700,000, students opted for in-person classes as part of the city’s blended learning plan. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Thousands Remain Without Power In New JerseyCBS2's cameras saw utility crews working in Morristown, NJ.
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran Demands Utility Pay Customers Back For Isaias OutagesNew York’s attorney general’s office has reportedly launched an inquiry into PSEG Long Island.
Connecticut Residents Left Wondering When Power Will Be RestoredAs of noon Monday, there were 84,000 Eversource customers without electricity in Connecticut. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
As Oppressive Heat Bears Down, Some NYC Residents Remain Without Power Nearly A Week After IsaiasQueens is the hardest hit in the city, with more than 5,700 customers with no electricity. CBS2's John Dias reports
Attorney Brad Edwards On Book "Relentless Pursuit: My Fight for the Victims of Jeffrey Epstein"The attorney and author talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about his new Simon & Schuster book, his years battling Jeffrey Epstein, representing the victims of Epstein and getting sued by Epstein.
Mayor De Blasio Discusses Fall School PlanMayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza give update on the return to school plan for the fall.
Protesters Block Traffic On West Side HighwayProtesters took to the streets of Manhattan on Sunday evening, causing traffic delays on a major roadway.
Eric Garner Investigation Resumes This WeekThe family of Eric Garner is pressing for a further investigation into his death at the hands of an NYPD officer.
Fishermen Catch Shark In HempsteadRed flags will be out again on beaches in Hempstead today warning of the potential for sharks in the water.
3 Shot Overnight In Bed-StuyThree men were shot overnight in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn but are expected to be OK. There's no word yet on a motive or suspects.

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