Storm Watch: Tracking Hurricane SallyHurricane Sally is making its way toward the northern Gulf Coast and is expected to make landfall near the Alabama-Mississippi state line sometime overnight. CBS News' Nancy Chen reports.
NYC Teachers Still Concerned About Safety Of ClassroomsNot ready and not safe to go back into public schools? That's the thought of many New York City teachers a week before in-person learning is set to begin. As the concerns grow, so does the number of teachers who have tested positive for COVID-19. CBS2's John Dias has the latest.
Potential Breakthrough In Coronavirus TreatmentScientists with the University of Pittsburgh say they have discovered a new drug that could treat and possible prevent COVID-19.
Deli Owner Speaks After Stabbing Caught On VideoA violent robbery was caught on video inside a deli in Queens. Two people were stabbed, and now police are searching for the suspect. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis hears from the owner.
4 Killed In Wrong-Way Crash On Southern State ParkwayFour people are dead after police say a wrong-way driver caused a chain reaction crash on the Southern State Parkway.
President Trump Presides Over Peace DealsPresident Donald Trump is set to preside over the signing of two diplomatic deals between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Israel and Behrain.
Mayor Bill De Blasio's Daily Coronavirus BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio and Health Commissioner Dr. Dave Chokshi encourage New Yorkers to get their flu shots.
Chopper 2 Over Southern State Parkway CrashCBS2's Jim Smith reports from Chopper 2 over a serious crash with "multiple fatalities" on the Southern State Parkway.
Deli Stabbing Caught On CameraPolice are searching for a man seen on video in a violent robbery at a deli in Queens.
19-Year-Old Shot In East VillageThe victim said he was walking when he heard shots and felt pain, realizing he had been hit.
Paul Rudd PSA Encourages Millennials To Wear MasksGov. Andrew Cuomo wants more millennials to wear masks and he brought in a celebrity to help spread the message.
Hispanic Heritage Month Begins TuesdayToday is the start of Hispanic Heritage Month. The annual event runs until Oct. 15.
UN General Assembly Gets Underway VirtuallyThe United Nations General Assembly begins its annual session today, but like so many other events it's going virtual.
FEMA Ending Funding For COVID-19 Cleaning On Mass TransitIt's a major cut in federal funding to fight COVID-19, including on mass transit in the city.
Teachers Continue To Express Back To School ConcernsWith less than a week to go before public schools open for in-person learning, a major showdown may be brewing between the teachers union and the city. As CBS2's John Dias reports, anxiety among teachers is rising, and some say they're still not confident that it's safe.
New York Weather: CBS2's 9/14 11 P.M. ForecastLonnie Quinn has the updated weather for the Tri-State Area on CBS2 News At 11.
Empire State Building Lights Up In Yellow In Honor Of 'The Drew Barrymore Show' Premiere'The Drew Barrymore Show' airs weekdays at 9 a.m. on CBS2.
Rochester Mayor Fires Police Commissioner, Orders Review Following Death Of Daniel PrudeRochester Mayor Lovely Warren fired the police chief and suspended her top lawyer and communications director Monday.
NYC Temporarily Halts Transfer Of Families In Homeless SheltersThe city's plan to temporarily stop transferring residents from homeless shelters is getting approval from legal aid attorneys.
Macy's Responds To Pandemic, Announces Changes For Thanksgiving Day ParadeFirst the village Halloween Parade was canceled, and now big changes are coming for Thanksgiving. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Anxiety Mounts With Teachers Unsure If Schools Are Safe For In-Person ClassesThere are signs pointing to a potential showdown between the teachers union and New York City before in-person classes start next week. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Some Residents, Businesses Want NYPD Barricades RemovedThere are complaints that the barricades near police precincts block streets and make it difficult to get to some businesses.
Sen. Schumer Drums Up Support For Loan Program To Support Live Entertainment Venues Hit Hard By PandemicSen. Schumer appeared with popular Long Island musicians at Mulcahy's in Wantagh. The Save Out Stages Act would provide $10 billion in small business loans.
Manhattan's Newest Skyscraper Is Officially OpenOne Vanderbilt, the $3.1 billion tower, is New York City's 2nd tallest office building.

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