Black History Month: Woman Helping Kids In Under-Served Areas Attend City's Top High SchoolsFebruary is Black History Month, and today we're introducing you to a Brooklyn woman who went from investing in stocks to investing in students; CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports.
Aaron Judge Talks About Astros Sign-Stealing ScandalIt was the first day of full-squad workouts for the Yankees in Tampa on Tuesday, and Aaron Judge was making headlines on and off the field; CBSN New York's Otis Livingston reports.
Boy Scouts Of America Files For Bankruptcy ProtectionThe Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy protection amid a barrage of sexual abuse lawsuits.
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg Qualifies For Presidential DebateMichael Bloomberg makes his formal debut on the presidential debate stage Wednesday night; CBSN New York's political reporter Marcia Kramer says past performance may be an indication of what's to come.
Pastor Says Bronx Church Is Not Getting Mail RegularlyThere are growing frustrations at a church in the Bronx after a pastor says they have gone several days without getting mail; CBSN New York's Scott Rapoport reports.
Man Accused Of Slashing Tourist In Harlem Was Previously Arrested In Another SlashingThe man accused of slashing a French tourist across the neck in Harlem last week was previously arrested on charges of slashing another man.
Advocates to Sue Rockland County Over Gun Permit DenialsSupporters of the Second Amendment are targeting Rockland County for a lawsuit.
Where Is The Water In Yonkers' Grassy Sprain Reservoir?Where is the water? It's an ongoing question for people passing the Grassy Sprain Reservoir in Yonkers; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Demanding Answers: Subway Riders' Concern Intensifies With Recent Reports Of Reckless BehaviorThe MTA says the transit system is on the right track when it comes to on-time performance, but what about subway security? CBS2's Christina Fan is demanding answers.
Harvey Weinstein Trial: No Verdict After First Day Of Jury DeliberationsThere was no verdict Tuesday after the first day of jury deliberations in Harvey Weinstein's rape and sex assault trial; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
26 People In Westchester Quarantined For CoronavirusAccording to the Westchester County health department, 26 people recently returned to Westchester from areas where the coronavirus is more prevalent; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Actress Amy Schumer Opens Up About IVFActress Amy Schumer is opening up about her experience with IVF, sharing her journey on social media. Schumer says she wants to make sure no one feels alone; CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.
Living Large: Experience Full-Service Luxury Living At Apartment Inside Iconic Manhattan HotelAn iconic Manhattan hotel is also home to a number of choice apartments for full-service luxury living. It happens to have a very famous former owner. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge has a tour of one of the high-style residencies there for this week's Living Large.
New York Weather: CBS2 2/18 Evening Forecast at 5PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for February 18 at 5 p.m.
Coronavirus Latest: 26 People Being Monitored In Westchester CountyThe Westchester County health department confirms 26 people are under voluntary quarantine for possible coronavirus infection.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand Introduces New Plan To Help Student ParentsIn New York State, 18% of college undergraduates are parents and almost half of them are single mothers. Now, there's a new plan to help students with infants or toddlers handle the financial burden; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Only On CBS2: Lake Ronkonkoma Officials Considering Changes To 'Five Corners' IntersectionIn the Long Island town of Lake Ronkonkoma, there's an intersection known as "five corners," where several roads come together to get people to places like the mall or school. It can be chaotic, but maybe not much longer; CBS2's John Dias reports.
Report: Nail Salon Workers Having Wages Stolen At Alarming RateA new report puts the nail salon industry in a bad spotlight again -- this time over workers' wages; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Michael Bloomberg To Make Formal Debut On President Debate StageMichael Bloomberg makes his formal debut on the presidential debate stage Wednesday night, and he's expected to take a lot of incoming from his Democratic competitors; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer says past performance may be an indication.
President Donald Trump Issues Series Of PardonsPresident Donald Trump issued a series of pardons Tuesday; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Bronx Deli Worker Fatally Shot On The JobIn the Bronx, a 20-year-old deli worker is dead after being shot while on the job; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Harvey Weinstein Trial: Jury Deliberates For Hours, Does Not Reach VerdictThe jury began deliberating Tuesday in the rape and sex assault trial of Harvey Weinstein, and after more than five hours, there were questions but no verdict; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Witnesses: Man With Knife Attacked Rockland County Library Security GuardOne person was taken into custody after a fatal stabbing at a public library in Rockland County on Tuesday; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Suspect Allegedly Stabbed Victim At Library In Rockland CountyA woman was violently attacked at a library in Rockland County on Tuesday.

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