Suspect In Library Stabbing Due In CourtA homeless man accused in the deadly stabbing of a library security guard will appear in court today.
MTA, NYPD Cracking Down On Subway GraffitiThe MTA and NYPD are expected to announce details of a new plan to combat subway graffiti, which has become a growing problem in recent months. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
1st U.S. Patient Tests Positive For Coronavirus Without TravelingDoctors are trying to figure out how a patient in the U.S. contracted the coronavirus without traveling abroad. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
5 Victims, Suspected Gunman Killed In Milwaukee ShootingFive innocent people and a suspected gunman are dead after a shooting at a major beer manufacturing complex in Milwaukee; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Suspect Escaped From Dept. Of Corrections In MidtownPolice are searching for a man who eluded custody in Midtown.
Coronavirus Precautions: Over 100 People On Long Island In Self-Quarantine After Possible ExposureThere are no confirmed coronavirus cases in the tri-state area, but some who may have been exposed are in self-quarantine; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Officers Caught On Camera Grabbing Man At Edge Of WindowIn a life-and-death situation, New York City cops were there just in time to prevent a tragedy, and it was all captured on the officer's body camera; CBSN New York's Valerie Castro reports.
Coronavirus Preparations: Local Health Departments Work Overtime To Plan For Potential CasesIn communities around the tri-state area, local health departments say they are working overtime to plan for the possibility of an outbreak; CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Court Says Trump Administration Can Withhold Law Enforcement Grants From Sanctuary States, CitiesA federal appeals court says the Trump administration can withhold law enforcement grants from so-called sanctuary states and cities.
Police Searching For Man Accused Of Pushing 64-Year-Old Onto Subway TracksPolice say a man is recovering after he was pushing onto the tracks at the Union Square station; CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Thousands Of Students Attend Free Performance Of 'To Kill A Mockingbird' At Madison Square GardenHistory was made at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday as thousands of students watched a live performance of Broadway's "To Kill A Mockingbird." It was the Garden's first-ever Broadway play and it was free; CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Officers Save Teen Who Tried To Jump Out 10th Floor WindowNYPD officers responded to a 911 call and found a man trying to jump out a window. Their body cameras were rolling.
No Injuries After Plane Skids Off Airport Runway In New JerseyThe tail-end of a small plane was left sticking up in the air after it skidded off a runway in New Jersey.
Judge Sentences School Bus Driver To 10 Years In Prison For Deadly CrashThere was heartache, tears and anger as sons, mothers, sisters and friends were among those that spoke at the sentencing of the Paramus school bus driver responsible for a deadly crash on Route 80; CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Coronavirus Update: Officials Across Tri-State Area Urge Residents Not To PanicAcross the tri-state area, officials are urging residents "do not panic" about the coronavirus; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Coronavirus Update: Local Leaders Lay Out Preparations For Possible OutbreakThe Centers for Disease Control says the spread of coronavirus is inevitable, so governors, mayors and local leaders are laying out their preparations for a possible outbreak; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
NJ Restaurant Promotes Inclusivity By Hiring Adults With Intellectual DisabilitiesA new business in New Jersey is promoting inclusivity in the workplace, making a difference in the lives of adults with disabilities; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Union Fights To Get MTA Worker Family Leave After Child Was StillbornA devastated MTA worker says the agency denied him family leave after his child was stillborn. The union has been fighting on his behalf for a month, and Wednesday afternoon, the agency announced a change; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Nassau County Police: Carjacking Led To Deadly Police-Involved ShootingNassau County Police say a deadly police-involved shooting began with a carjacking; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Dr. Max Gomez Clears Up Misinformation Surrounding CoronavirusAs the coronavirus continues to spread worldwide, there is a lot of misinformation surrounding the epidemic. Is there a treatment? How can you prevent it? What about a vaccine? CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has some of the answers.
Ash Wednesday Marks The Beginning Of Lenten Season For Christians Around The WorldAsh Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, a 40 day period of preparation for Easter. It's a time of prayer, penance, and fasting. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Coronavirus Update: 8 People Under Voluntary Quarantine In Westchester CountyIn Westchester, County Executive George Latimer said eight people who may have been exposed to coronavirus are under voluntary quarantine in their homes.
Teen Viciously Assaulted Outside House Party In RyeA vicious brawl at a house party in Westchester County was caught on camera; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Zoning Committee Votes No To Lenox Terrace Rezoning ApplicationThe City Council zoning committee has voted no to the Olnick Organization's Lenox Terrace rezoning application.

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