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MTA, NYPD At Odds About Subway CrimeThe MTA and NYPD are in a subway safety dispute, as more people return to public transportation. As CBS2's John Dias reports, they're arguing over just how much of a problem crime actually is in the city's subway system. 
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Attempted Suicide Bomber Sentenced To LifeA man convicted in an attempted suicide bombing at a Times Square subway station was sentenced to life in prison Thursday.
Jersey City Schools Reverse Course To ReopenAfter putting pressure on their school district, many Jersey City parents finally got the outcome they wanted. In-person learning will be back for some students next week, but not without a lot of back-and-forth. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the latest.
Caught On Video: Gunmen Seen Opening Fire As They Run Down Brooklyn SidewalkPolice are searching for three gunmen seen opening fire on a sidewalk in Brooklyn. Katie Johnston reports.
Police: Woman Shoved Against Car And Sexually Abused By Would-Be Robber In BrooklynPolice are trying to track down a man they say grabbed a woman by the throat and tried to rob her earlier this week in Brooklyn. Katie Johnston reports.
Caught On Video: Mob Attacks 22-Year-Old Woman, Then Turns On 50-Year-Old Good Samaritan Who Tried To Protect HerThe NYPD wants your help identifying the suspects who they say beat and robbed two women at a McDonald's in the Bronx. Katie Johnston reports.
Sentencing In 2017 Attempted Suicide BombingSentencing will be held Thursday for a man convicted of an attempted suicide bombing in Dec. 2017 at a Times Square subway station.
NYPD Adding More Officers To Patrol Times SquareAs New York City tries to bounce back from the pandemic, crime has become a major problem. Now, a new NYPD unit will add more officers at business hubs across the five boroughs, starting with Times Square. CBS2's John Dias has the details.
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Demonstrators Call For Justice For Murdered Delivery WorkerDemonstrators in Manhattan on Wednesday remembered a delivery worker who was shot to death.
16 Mass Vaccination Sites In New York State Will Accept Walk-In Appointments For Anyone Over Age 60New York state is making it easier for older New Yorkers to get vaccinated without an appointment.
Experts Fear COVID Vaccine Enthusiasm Is FallingMore than 86 million U.S. adults are now fully vaccinated, but experts fear that enthusiasm for getting the vaccine could be falling and many Americans may be too eager to take off their masks; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Jersey City Schools To Return To In-Person Learning Starting 4/29Jersey City public schools are scrapping plans to stay all-remote until fall.
Conversation Shifts To Reforming Criminal Justice After Derek Chauvin's ConvictionThe U.S. Justice Department is now investigating the Minneapolis Police Department after former officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murdering George Floyd. Following Tuesday's verdict, the conversation shifts to reforming criminal justice; CBS2's Cory James reports.

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