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Chef J.J. Johnson On Bringing Field Trip Cuisine To The US OpenThe award-winning chef talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about the food he is bringing to the U.S. Open, the delicious new rice bowls fans can try and why rice is culture.
Walk To Cure LupusImagine a disease that can hurt any part of your body, like your joints, heart, kidneys. Your immune system becomes so hyperactive that it attacks, instead of protects. That's lupus.
Walk To Cure LupusImagine a disease that can hurt any part of your body, like your joints, heart, kidneys. Your immune system becomes so hyperactive that it attacks, instead of protects. That's lupus.
Walk To Cure LupusImagine a disease that can hurt any part of your body, like your joints, heart, kidneys. Your immune system becomes so hyperactive that it attacks, instead of protects. That's lupus.
Komen Greater New York City Race For The CureFor over 30 years, the Greater New York City Race for the Cure has raised significant awareness and funds for breast cancer, as well as celebrated and honored those who have been impacted.
Josh Gondelman On Writing For "Desus & Mero" & Stand-Up Comedy CareerThe writer and comedian talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about working on Showtime's "Desus & Mero," doing stand-up comedy in NYC and performing on Conan, Seth Meyers and The Late Late Show with James Corden.
CBS2 Marks One Year Since The Death Of Our Colleague And Friend, Reporter Nina KapurIt has been one year since the death of CBS2 reporter Nina Kapur. She was only 26 years old when she died in a moped accident in New York City. Since then, every day, her loss has been felt from all corners of our newsroom. CBS2's Lisa Rozner shares how we're remembering Nina.
WCBS Remembers Nina Kapur 1 Year After Her DeathThis weekend marks one year since the death of our colleague and friend, reporter Nina Kapur. She was only 26 years old when she died in a moped accident last year in New York City. Since then, every day, her loss has been felt from all corners of our newsroom. CBS2's Lisa Rozner shares how we're remembering Nina.
CBS2 Investigates: Where Were The Rules For Revel?Ride-sharing moped company Revel launched in 2018 in Brooklyn and at the onset of the March 2020 COVID pandemic, amid concerns of catching the virus on public transit, it rapidly expanded to every borough except Staten Island. By summer, there were thousands of complaints to the company and the city about lawless riders zipping through sidewalks, parks and highways where they were prohibited. CBS2 documented riders below the legal driving age and mopeds filled with more than the maximum two persons. Several doctors reported an onslaught of emergency room calls resulting from Revel accidents and inexperienced drivers. No one from the city could explain to CBS2 why Revel only required a vehicle driver's license for operators when NY state classifies the moped as a type of motorcycle. CBS2 uncovered that no city approval was required for the company to operate and there was no safety oversight. The company did not need to require drivers take lessons or provide a barometer to measure helmet usage and enforce it. Records from the first half of 2020 showed little enforcement from the company and the NYPD. Days before a July CBS2 investigation was to air, the first Revel-related death occurred, and tragically it was a beloved colleague, reporter Nina Kapur. We dug deeper, highlighted safety flaws, and demanded answers from Revel and NYC and NY state government. Still, within weeks, two more riders died. Revel shut down for one month and was forced to look at the flaws we had been highlighting. Following our reporting, the city admitted it dropped the ball, and systemic rideshare safety changes were made.
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Ana Johnson On Mastercard New York Mini 10KThe Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center nurse talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about the Mastercard New York Mini 10K and being a nurse during COVID-19 in New York.
Together In PrideTogether in Pride, we celebrate hope, resilience, courage, love, friendship and authenticity. Together in Pride, we embrace acceptance, visibility and community.
Vinny Guadagnino & Angelina Pivarnick On MTV's "Jersey Shore Family Vacation"Jerzdays are back on MTV and CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith chatted with Vinny & Angelina about the new season of Jersey Shore Family Vacation and what it was like to take a trip with the crew to the Poconos.
Jenni Farley & Deena Nicole Cortese On "Jersey Shore Family Vacation""Jersey Shore Family Vacation" is coming back for another season on MTV. CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith talks with JWoww and Deena about what fans can expect when the crew heads to the Poconos.
Mike Richter On New York Rangers, Mark Messier, 1994 Stanley CupThe Stanley Cup champion talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about his Rangers career, winning the Stanley Cup, playing with Mark Messier and his life after hockey.
Extended Version: Professional Sports Leagues Make Strides Regarding Social Justice, Black Lives Matter MovementProfessional athletes have come a long way since Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the National Anthem against police brutality in 2016. CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
Extended Version: Corporations Making Moves To Reflect Racial Diversity In Leadership, Hiring And AdvertisingCorporate America has long faced criticism for issues with diversity. Large corporations are now starting to listen, but advocates say more work needs to be done. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Extended Version: Fierce Debate Over NYPD's Budget Amid Calls To Defund The PoliceActivists want police department budgets reduced, and the money reinvested in community programs. While union officials agree changes need to be made, they say the current rhetoric is taking a toll on the NYPD. Andrea Grymes reports.
Extended Version: New York Enacts Police Reforms Following Year Of Crowded ProtestsWithin hours of George Floyd's death, people around the world took to the streets to demand more police accountability. Those rallying cries are being turned into a series of reforms for the New York City Police Department. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Extended Version: Terrence Floyd Reflects On His Brother George Floyd's Death 1 Year Later"I watched that video numerous times. I think, I want to say, maybe like 40-50 times," he told CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas. "The only way to hear his voice again was to watch the video."
The Death Of George Floyd: A Racial Reckoning?Watch CBS2's coverage of the one-year anniversary of the death of George Floyd, killed while in Minneapolis police custody. Here's Maurice Dubois, Kristine Johnson and the rest of the CBS2 News team.
Looking Back At A Year Like No Other In The Wake Of George Floyd’s MurderIn the year since George Floyd’s death, former police officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted of murder, and three other officers are awaiting trial. We’ve also seen a worldwide movement to address barriers toward equality, and bring them down. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Communities Spurred Into Action In The Wake Of George Floyd's DeathAs outrage over George Floyd's murder spread around the world, it prompted many to look at their own biases and engage in tough conversations on racial equality. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.

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