New Jersey Gym That Defied Shutdown Order Has License RevokedOfficials have voted to rescind the business license of a New Jersey gym that has repeatedly defied Gov. Phil Murphy’s executive order to remain closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Vigil For Man Caught In Crossfire At Brooklyn ParkA vigil was held last night for a grandfather struck and killed by a stray bullet while playing handball at a park in Crown Heights.
Man Suspected Of Breaking Into Queens BusinessesPolice in Queens are looking for a man suspected in at least four burglaries at a local business.
Campaign 2020: Biden Taps Harris To Be VPJoe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris will make their first joint appearance later today on the heels of the historic announcement. CBS2's John Dias has more.
New York Weather: Similar FeelCBS2's Vanessa Murdock has the latest weather forecast.
New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastLonnie Quinn says there could be storms on Wednesday.
Man Convicted Of 1977 Rape And Murder About To Be Set FreeThe son of one of the victims has been fighting for years to make sure the killer never gets parole, but it appears he's going to lose and he says the pandemic might be part of the reason. CBS2's Alice Gainer has the story.
Group Takes Over MTA Bus, Throws Impromptu PartyThe non-socially distanced affair in Maspeth, Queens didn't last long, but the MTA is furious and investigating, along with the NYPD. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
Livery Cab Driver Accused Of Raping 12-Year-OldPolice arrested a 32-year-old man following the alleged incident in Brooklyn. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports
Woodhaven, Queens Residents Furious Over Lack Of PowerThey told CBS2's Jessica Layton it's ridiculous that they are still in the dark one weeks after the tropical storm hit the area.
Democrats Applaud Selection Of Harris As Biden's Running MateThe closely guarded secret was finally revealed on Tuesday. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
Video Shows A Group Of People Taking Over An MTA Bus In QueensThe video shows people without masks dancing and smoking on board the bus.
‘Hatred Is Not Welcome Here’: Ossining Confronts Fallout From Hate Crime Involving A 17-Year-Old Black Female VictimPolice in suburban Ossining say a March attack on a Black teenager was a hate crime. The suspect is now facing enhanced charges and more severe penalties. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Demanding Answers: CBS2 Helps Queens Homeowner After City Tree Falls On His HouseA Queens resident was told he may have to wait more than three weeks for help to fix his storm-damaged home, so he turned to CBS2 for help. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Long Island Man Honored After Saving 2 Teenagers Struggling In The Water Off Fire IslandA Long Island highway worker received a hero’s recognition on Tuesday after saving two teenage brothers on the water. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Harlem Residents Fed Up With Overflowing Trash Bins Take Clean Up Effort Into Their Own HandsFor the last few weeks, CBS2 has been showing you all the trash piling up across the city after the sanitation budget was slashed two months ago. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
New York Weather: Tuesday Evening Aug. 11 CBS2 Weather HeadlinesCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has a look at the forecast.
Jeweler Says He's Making World's Most Expensive MaskAn Israeli jeweler says he is making the world's most expensive face mask. It has a hefty price tag of $1.5 million.
Doctors Warn Eye Strain Will Become A Bigger ProblemEye strain, headaches, double vision and sleep disruption are short-term side effects of screen time.
College Experience In COVID-19 Era: CBS2 Checks Out The Many Safety Protocols At IonaLife has returned to the Iona College campus. But due to the coronavirus pandemic, it doesn’t look the same. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Demanding Answers: Harlem Residents Say NYPD Officers Illegally Parking Cars Is Putting Them At RiskHarlem residents say illegally parked cars are putting them at risk and it’s members of the NYPD who are putting them there. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Teen Son Of NYPD Counterterror Chief John Miller Robbed Near Central ParkThe teen son of a top NYPD official was robbed near Central Park Monday. It happened in broad daylight at 92nd Street and Central Park West.
Judge Lifts 50 Person Limit At Weddings In New YorkNew York couples tying the knot during the COVID-era may now say their "I do"s in front of a larger crowd.
Due To Teacher Shortage And Safety Concerns, Elizabeth, N.J. Public Schools Going Full Remote LearningLocal school districts in New Jersey vary widely in their reopening plans. As CBS2’s Nick Caloway reported Tuesday, one won’t open at all for in-person learning this fall.

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