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Families Rejoice After National Grid Ordered To Turn On GasCBS2's Jessica Moore has the latest on Gov. Cuomo's order to turn on gas for over 1,100 National Grid customer.
Power Outage In Queens NeighborhoodA power outage in Queens is affecting at least 1,000 Con Edison customers.
The Dig: Crown Height Cheese Aging CaveCBSN New York's Elle McLogan takes a tour of an abandoned tunnel that's become a cheese aging cave right in Crown Heights, Brooklyn in the latest edition of The Dig.
Beneath The Streets Of Brooklyn, Caves Of CheeseThirty feet underground in Crown Heights, CBS2's Elle McLogan finds tunnels from 1850, laden with cheese. It's all part of Crown Finish Caves.
Manhattan Community Helps Homeless Man Rebuild LifeA Manhattan community is helping a homeless man get back on his feet and land a job.
Nor'Easter Slams Long IslandCBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has the latest on the nor'easter bringing winds and flooding to Long Island's east end.
Vietnam Veteran Returns To Do Humanitarian WorkCBS2's Jessica Moore speaks with a Vietnam veteran returning to the country after losing his son to the effects of agent orange.
Fight Over Effort To Preserve Marion Carll FarmCBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the latest on the fight over efforts to preserve a historic farm on Long Island.
Long Island Communities Get Infrastructure GrantsCBS2's Jennifer McLogan has the latest on the grants given to two Long Island communities for infrastructure upgrades.
New Yorkers Demand Action On Homeless Crisis After MurdersCBSN New York's Reena Roy has reaction from New Yorkers and city policy experts who say not enough is being done about New York City's growing homeless crisis.
The Dig: Bianco BrothersWhat do a barber, a chef and a surgeon have in common? Sharp tools. In the latest episode of "The Dig," CBS2's Elle McLogan takes us to a Brooklyn institution that's been sharpening knives for nearly 50 years.
Bianco Brothers: Family's 50-Year Tradition Found On Knife's EdgeCBS2's Elle McLogan visits Bianco Brothers, a neighborhood institution that's been sharpening Brooklyn's knives since 1971.
New York Comic Con Takes Over ManhattanCBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the latest on the start of the annual New York City Comic Con.
Wake Held For Fallen NYPD OfficerCBS2's Matt Kozar has the latest on the services held for Officer Brian Mulkeen, who was shot and killed by friendly fire during a gun arrest in the Bronx.
Check Out These Fall Events In NYC!Time Out New York's Will Gleason shares his top picks for weekend fall festivities with CBSN New York's Ali Bauman.
CBS Hosts Coffee With VetsThe CBS Veterans Network hosted the first ever 'Coffee With Vets' event Friday.
The Dig: Man Brings Native Nigerian Flavors To Food TruckCBSN New York's Elle McLogan introduces you to a Nigerian food truck owner bringing exotic flavors to New York.
Come For Your Passport, Stay For The Food Outside Nigeria's Consulate At Africana Mobile KitchenAfricana Mobile Kitchen aims to bring a taste of home to Nigerians in New York City. The main draw is the jollof rice with goat.
Snapshot NY: Project Kind Helping Homeless Find HomesCBS2's Steve Overmyer introduces you the person behind Project Kind, an organization helping the homeless find homes of their own.
Beloved Long Island Diner Burns DownCBS2's Christina Fan has the latest on a beloved Long Island diner open for four decades, destroyed in a fire.
Confusing Jersey City Bike Lanes Causing TroubleCBS2's Meg Baker has the latest on the new bike lanes in Jersey City drawing criticism from residents who say they're actually causing more trouble.
Hispanic Entrepreneurship Training Program Focuses On Growth, NetworkingA special program in New Jersey is like a business boot camp for Hispanic entrepreneurs, using courses and coaching, but most importantly, community building. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports.
Fight Breaks Out During Bike Lane MeetingCBS2's Valerie Castro has the latest on the unruly meeting that started with a protest against local bike lanes in Brooklyn.
Keeping A Classic NYC Tradition Alive With The Brooklyn Seltzer BoysAlex Gomberg's great-grandfather passed his business down to his son, son's sons, and son's son's son.

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