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Two Rikers Officers Facing Weapons Charges In NJTwo Rikers Island corrections officers are facing charges in connection to a shooting in New Jersey.
NYC Restaurant Week Starts MondayStarting Monday, you can try out some of the best eateries this culinary capital has to offer at a discounted price.
Happening Tomorrow: Port Authority Fare Hike Meeting At College Of Staten IslandCommuters will have a chance to voice their concerns about the Port Authority’s proposed new fare hikes at a public hearing Monday.
NYC Heat Wave Enters Day 3Temperatures will soar again Sunday, making for another day of dangerous conditions; CBS2's Marc Liverman reports.
Conquering Your Fear Of FlyingDr. Sanam Hafeez, a New York City-based neuropsychologist, has some tips on how to conquer your fear of flying.
Thousands Expected To Attend QuickChek New Jersey Festival of BallooningTens of thousands of people are expected at the 37th Annual QuickChek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning.
Scam Warning Issued For Popular Travel Booking Site ExpediaInstead of going on a trip, some customers searching for the popular travel booking site Expedia are being taken for a ride.
14th Annual Marcum Workplace Challenge Set For July 30Companies, workers and runners will descend on Jones Beach State Park for the Marcum Workplace Challenge on July 30.
CURLFEST Coming To New YorkCURLFEST co-founders Charisse Higgins and Gia Lowe say the festival offers a space for women of color to feel beautiful and be accepted with their natural hair.

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Man Wanted For Stabbing Midtown Bank Teller With NeedlePolice are trying to find a man who allegedly stabbed a bank teller with a needle.
Raging Fire In Queens Now Under Control; Two People HurtA raging house fire in Queens left two people hurt early Saturday morning.
Beach-Goers Trying To Cool Off During NYC Heat WaveAs the heat index continues to soar, some people are headed to the beach to try to cool off; CBS2's Marc Liverman reports.
Hempstead, Bunkers In Baghdad To Donate Golf EquipmentSoldiers stationed overseas have been using golf as a way to deal with stresses of war. The Township of Hempstead is donating gear to Bunkers In Baghdad. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Court Appearance In Brooklyn For Accused TerroristProsecutors charged 42-year-old Ruslan Maratovich Asainov, a U.S. citizen who had a residence in Bay Ridge, after he was captured by Syrian authorities CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Web Extra: Mayor Bill De Blasio, NY Officials Discuss Latest Updates On Heat EmergencyMayor Bill de Blasio and other New York City officials discuss the latest updates on the heat emergency.
LI Museum Celebrates Moon Landing AnniversaryAndrew Parton of the Cradle Of Aviation Museum stopped by CBSN New York to talk about Moon Fest, the 50th anniversary celebration at the museum. 
Huntington Passes Sweeping Changes To Apartment LawIf you can no longer afford your own home, you can rent it out and live in a small portion of it; CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Doctors Urging People Across Country To Take Care In Extreme HeatDoctors are warning people to take precautions in these sweltering conditions; CBSN New York’s Cindy Hsu reports.
Dangerous Heat Shuts Down NYC TriathlonOfficials held a news conference Friday to answer questions about their decision to cancel the 2019 Verizon New York City Triathlon due to the forecast heat wave affecting the Tri-State Area this weekend.
NYC Heat Wave: Extra Precautions For Kids At Sports CampOn a super hot day, extra water and supervision are in place to keep kids playing baseball hydrated and safe. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Con Ed President On Extreme Heat PreparationCon Edison President Tim Cawley talks about the utility's extreme heat preparations.
FDNY Commissioner Talks Extreme HeatFDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro talks about the department's preparations for this weekend's dangerous heat.
FDNY Commissioner Talks 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund VoteFDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro says he's "disgusted and sickened" by how long it's taken Congress to renew the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. This comes as the 200th member of the department has died of 9/11-related illnesses.
Two Wanted In Fatal Punch AttackPolice say a shirtless man is wanted for questioning in a deadly punch earlier this month in Brooklyn. CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
New Design For Airplane Middle SeatsA new design may eventually make flights a little more comfortable for passengers who end up in the dreaded middle seat.
Dangerous Heat Melting Weekend EventsThe dangerous heat is forcing some people to cancel their weekend plans as record-breaking temperatures grip our area. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has more.
DOT Adds 10th Avenue Bike LanesStarting today, you might notice a major change if you drive up 10th Avenue in Midtown.
Reward In Search For Stolen Bald EagleThe Nassau County SPCA is offering a $5,000 reward for information about whoever stole a bald eagle with one wing from the Quogue Wildlife Refuge.
Porch Pirate Caught On CameraA woman appears to use a little girl and stroller to steal a package right from someone's front porch in Hoboken, New Jersey.

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