Gunfire at a backyard party killed two people and wounded 14 others early Saturday in Rochester, New York, a city that has been stirred in recent weeks by outrage over the suffocation death of Daniel Prude.

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Police: 2 Dead, 14 Wounded By Gunfire At Party In RochesterGunfire at a backyard party killed two people and wounded 14 others early Saturday in Rochester, New York, a city that has been stirred in recent weeks by outrage over the suffocation death of Daniel Prude.
New Yorkers, Political Luminaries From Both Sides Of Aisle React To Death Of Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgJustice Ginsburg is being remembered as an icon and inspirational figure in New York City, her hometown.
New York Weather: CBS2's 9/19 Saturday Morning UpdateJohn Elliott has the latest Tri-State Area forecast on CBS2 News This Morning.
New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastIt will certainly feel like fall on Saturday, especially in the morning, says CBS2's Lonnie Quinn.
Trump: Millions Of Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine Could Be Ready By AprilThe president's claim goes against what the director of the CDC said only days ago. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports
Will Republicans Try To Fill Ginsburg's Seat On Supreme Court?Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will move ahead and try to fill Ginsburg's seat on the bench if President Trump puts forth a nominee. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports
Tributes Pour In For The Late Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgCBS2's Jessica Layton went to Columbia University, where Ginsburg attended law school back in the late 1950s, and got reaction from students on the Supreme Court justice's passing.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg 1933-2020CBS2's Dana Tyler looks back on the career of the native New Yorker, liberal icon and champion of gender equality.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dead At Age 87Ginsburg, a native of Brooklyn, passed away following a long battle with cancer. She was known for stanch support of women's rights and for being a power voice in the High Court's liberal wing. WLNY TV's Maurice Dubois reports
New York City Indoor Swimming Pools To Reopen Sept. 30Mayor de Blasio said capacity will be limited and inspectors will be monitoring compliance with state guidelines.
Schools: The New Normal | Parents Turning To Private ‘Learning Pods’ To Supplement Remote LearningThe coronavirus pandemic has hatched a bumper crop of “learning pods.” They’re groups of children educated or tutored outside of formal school, with privately hired teachers. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has more on how they work.
Glitch Briefly Delays Checks For New Yorkers Awaiting Unemployment PaymentsIf you’ve been expecting unemployment payments in New York, relief is on the way.
New York Weather: CBS2's 9/18 Friday Evening UpdateLonnie Quinn has the Tri-State Area's updated forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
Paterson, N.J. Celebrates Local Latino Artists With Exhibit At City Hall For Hispanic Heritage MonthA New Jersey town is spotlighting local Latino artists with an exhibit inside city hall. As CBS2’s Dave Carlin reports, they are the pride of Paterson.
Shots Fires Into Home 2 Camden County OfficersThe officers and their newborn were not hurt. Police found the vehicles where the shots came from yesterday, but the suspects were long gone.
N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy Signs Landmark Environmental Justice LegislationThe law mandates new requirements for facilities that produce large amounts of air pollution in order to build or expand near low-income and minority communities.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Continues Call For $10 Billion Federal Stimulus To Support Theaters Hurt By PandemicNew York Sen. Chuck Schumer went to the heart of the Theater District on Friday to issue a plea for his colleagues in Washington, D.C. to approve an additional federal stimulus.
Without Help From Feds, Suffolk County Executive Bellone Warns Of Massive Cuts To Education, Police Department, MoreThere has been more fallout from the coronavirus pandemic on Long Island. Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone plans to submit $20 million in budget cuts to the police department. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Schools: The New Normal | NY Districts To Get Full Aid This Month, But Problems Remain Across StateGov. Andrew Cuomo‘s administration says it will not withhold 20% of the aid due this month. So, a money crunch has been delayed, but there are still worries. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Rosh Hashanah Observed Differently This Year, But Rabbi Says Reflection More Important Than EverThe Jewish New Year is a joyous time, and while COVID-19 has changed how many will observe, it hasn’t dampened the traditions. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Passenger Shoots Cabbie In Neck During Fare Dispute In Brooklyn, Police SayAccording to police, the suspects disputed the fare and didn't want to pay. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
1 Killed After SUV Jumps Curb, Hits Building In Cypress HillsThe driver was taken to the hospital, but a pedestrian was killed. Chopper 2 flew over the scene.
Kathryn Garcia Leaves City Government, But Will She Run For Mayor?Bagpipes played as sanitation staff and the department's honor guard held a ceremonial walkout for Garcia at sanitation headquarters in Lower Manhattan.
New York City Parents, Teachers Sound Off After In-Person Classes Postponed AgainThe mayor said the delay will help address a staffing shortage and to make sure buildings are safe. Parents said it's getting too difficult to rearrange their schedules. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.

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