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Gov. Phil Murphy, Jack Ciattarelli Face Off In 1st DebateDemocratic New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Republican candidate Jack Ciattarelli faced off for the first time on the debate stage Tuesday; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
New Musical 'Six' Returns To BroadwayThe day the pandemic shut down Broadway was supposed to be opening night for the new musical "Six." A year and a half year, the actress playing the six wives of Henry VIII finally got back on stage; CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Ponce Family Passes Down Musical Art Of Mariachi Through GenerationsThis Hispanic Heritage Month, we're introducing you to a family that has passed down the musical art of mariachi through generations; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 9/28 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for September 28 at 6 p.m.
Deal, NJ Getting Millions Of Dollars Worth Of New SandA Jersey Shore beach known for trying to restrict public access is getting new sand paid for by federal and state taxpayers.
Metro-North Penn Station Access Clears Environmental ReviewThe Metro-North Penn Station Access Project has cleared a major hurdle.
Ceremony Honors Vietnam Veterans, Purple Heart RecipientsA wreath-laying ceremony at New York City's Vietnam veterans memorial honored Purple Heart recipients.
New Jersey Residents Calling For Upgrades To Antiquate Drainage System After Man's DeathAfter a New Jersey man was swept away and killed by floodwaters during Ida, neighbors are calling for upgrades to what they say is an antiquated drainage system, but those neighbors also say they've been complaining for years about the problems; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
17-Year-Old Fatally Shot In Elizabeth, NJInvestigators say the victim of a deadly shooting in Elizabeth was just 17 years old.
Gov. Hochul Takes Steps To Alleviate Crisis On Rikers Island, Mayor De Blasio Faces Mounting CriticismGov. Kathy Hochul is taking more steps to alleviate the crisis on Rikers Island as Mayor Bill de Blasio faces mounting criticism about what he did not do during his trip to the jail complex; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
NJ Judge: Vaccine Mandate At Rutgers To Stay In PlaceThe vaccine mandate at Rutgers University will stay in place for now, a federal judge ruled.
Men Caught On Camera Stealing Community Fridge In BrooklynA cold-hearted crime in Brooklyn has left a community without an essential item that kept dozens of people fed every day. Now, they're coming together to make sure their neighbors don't go hungry; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
'Aladdin' Reopens On BroadwayBroadway is back, and Disney's "Aladdin" is ready to spread a little magic.
Millions In Flooding Fixes Ushered In On Long IslandMillions of dollars in flooding fixes were ushered in Tuesday on Long Island. Homeowners and businesses had been begging for relief from dangerous storms, including Hurricane Ida; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Certain Nasal Sprays May Protect Against Severe COVID-19, Study FindsThere was a surprising finding in a new study that shows certain nasal sprays used by millions of people may actually protect against severe COVID-19; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Westchester County Launching 'Fresh Start' Program For First Time Low Level OffendersWestchester County is launching a new program to give first-time low-level offenders a second chance.
Jumaane Williams Considers Run For Governor Of New YorkNew York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams is considering a run for the state's top job in 2022, setting the stage for a rematch against now Gov. Kathy Hochul.
Tenants With Disabilities Say They Face Discriminatory Treatment At Lower East Side Housing ComplexTenants with disabilities rallied against poor housing conditions and what they call discriminatory treatment at a housing complex on the Lower East Side on Tuesday. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge spoke to residents who say they've been forgotten.
Police Searching For Thief Accused Of Targeting Seniors In The BronxA heartless crime was caught on camera. A 90-year-old man was robbed in his own building, and now a community in the Bronx is banding together to catch the brazen thief, who's accused of targeting other seniors; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
New Jersey Family Passing Down Musical Art Of Mariachi Through GenerationsFor Hispanic Heritage Month, CBS2's Lisa Rozner met a family that's passed down the musical art of mariachi through generations. From toddlers to 80-year-olds, together, they're sharing the Mexican tradition with the world.
R. Kelly Conviction Gives Black Women Hope Their Voices In Me Too Movement Are Being HeardIn the early days of the Me Too movement, many Black women say they felt like their stories were going untold, but with the conviction of R. Kelly, one of the biggest R&B artists of our time, there's now a sense their voices are being heard; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Democrats Fighting Over Spending Bills While Possible Government Shutdown LoomsIt's a big week on Capitol Hill for President Joe Biden and his agenda. Democrats are fighting amongst themselves over which spending bill to pass as Congress barrels toward another possible government shutdown; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Family Of Gabby Petito Speaks Out For First Time Since Confirming Her DeathGabby Petito's parents spoke out Tuesday for the first time since her death was confirmed. They are asking that her legacy be kept alive by helping other missing people and for the public's help in finding missing fiancé Brian Laundrie; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
NYC Gets Another Green Light To Mandate COVID Vaccines For Public School Teachers, StaffNew York City got another green light to mandate public school teachers and staff get the COVID vaccine; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.

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