The NYPD has released new video of a man who allegedly attacked a family and knocked a 73-year-old grandmother onto the subway tracks Monday in Brooklyn.

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Car Crashes Into Paramus RestaurantThe incident happened at around 3 p.m. on Tuesday. No injuries were reported. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
Police Searching For West Islip Pet Shop BurglarWho would target a shop filled with cute, cuddly and exotic animals? On Thanksgiving, no less! Police say the thief went straight to the cash register, and disappeared into the night. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports exclusively.
Girl Scouts Provide COVID-19 Preparedness Kits To HomelessOn Giving Tuesday, Girl Scouts in Hudson County were being awarded for their thoughtfulness towards the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Meg Baker reports
Nurses At New Rochelle Hospital Walk Off The JobAt Montefiore New Rochelle, nurses have walked off the job demanding better working conditions. The hospital says the union is putting patients at risk by striking during the pandemic. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports
COVID Long Hauler Ron Panzok Shares Amazing Comeback StoryA COVID survivor is sharing his story Monday, urging other long haulers to keep on fighting even in the face of debilitating long term effects of the virus. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New York Weather: Tuesday Evening 12/1 CBS2 Weather HeadlinesCBS2's Vanessa Murdock has a look at the forecast.
While Broadway Stays Dark, Costume Designers Make PPEWith Broadway still closed, the theater industry is hanging on by a thread. Thousands of people are out of work. Despite their struggles, some costume makers are volunteering to help others. Michael George reports.
When Will You Be Able To Get A COVID Vaccine, And Where?Operation Warp Speed has said it is ready to ship 6.4 million vaccines within 24 hours of emergency use authorization by the FDA later this month. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
World Aids Day Marked During COVID PandemicTuesday is World Aids Day, and for those with HIV, it’s like living in two parallel pandemics. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
17-Year-Old Charged With Murder In Deadly Stabbing Of High School Soccer Star Joaquin SalazarA 17-year-old is facing murder charges in the stabbing death of high school soccer star Joaquin Salazar in Westchester County.
Questions Remain Following Death Of Founder Tony HsiehThere are new details – and new questions – about the Connecticut fire that killed retail visionary Tony Hsieh. Witnesses told first responders Hsieh was barricaded in the storage area of a home when the fire started. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Nassau County Officials Offer Holiday Fire Safety TipsThe 2020 holiday season is underway, with decorations going up even earlier in hopes of sparking joy during hard times. On Tuesday, there was an important reminder from fire officials that decking the halls can turn into a devastating house fire. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
On Giving Tuesday, Nonprofits Need The Help Now More Than EverOrganizers of the global event say everyone has something to give, even if things are tight. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Experts Say As Remote Learning Continues, Teens Feel Like Forgotten ChildrenAs schools continue to navigate hybrid, remote, and in-person learning, much of the focus has been on the younger students.Now, some high school students say they feel like the forgotten children. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Newark's Stay At Home Advisory Continues, But Is It Helping COVID-19 Numbers Decline?As CBS2’s Alice Gainer reports, since last Wednesday, Newark residents have been urged to stay home.
Person Hospitalized Following Canarsie Car CrashA 65-year-old man driving the overturned car was taken to the hospital in critical condition.
Attorney General Barr Says No Evidence Of Widespread Voter FraudAttorney General William Barr has been a staunch defender of President Donald Trump, and the Justice Department vewed to look into claims of fraud if they existed, but its findings will likely infuriate the president. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Who Will Get The COVID-19 Vaccine FirstBecause at first there will not be enough vaccine to go around, the CDC has to decide on group priorities. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
NYC Officials Urge At-Risk, Older Adults To Stay HomeWith COVID cases and hospitalizations rising, New York City is suddenly advising seniors and those with underlying conditions to put themselves in a sort of voluntary lockdown – stay home, avoid unnecessary activity. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
New York Weather: Getting ColderCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
Giving Tuesday Needed More Than EverIt's Giving Tuesday, and nonprofits need help now more than ever. As CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports, the Salvation Army kicked off its annual holiday campaign Tuesday with that red kettle that's hard to miss.
President-Elect Biden Continues To Assemble TeamPresident-elect Joe Biden will be joined by more members of his team Tuesday, and they include more historic firsts. This comes following the resignation of a controversial member of the White House coronavirus task force.
New Rochelle Nurses Strike Over StaffingNurses at Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital are on the picket line, demanding better working conditions. However, the hospital says the union is putting the community at risk during the pandemic. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
CDC Holds Emergency Meeting On COVID VaccineThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is holding an emergency meeting to decide who will get first access to the coronavirus vaccine.

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