The governor discusses the NYPD's performance on Tuesday night and the need for protesters to do so safely amid the pandemic.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Media Briefing On George Floyd Protests And Coronavirus Pandemic: June 3, 2020The governor discusses the NYPD's performance on Tuesday night and the need for protesters to do so safely amid the pandemic.
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George Floyd's Family, Friends Offer Emotional PleaAs thousands of people demonstrated across the nation, George Floyd's family and friends spoke of the man who lost his life while in police custody in Minneapolis last week. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
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Police-Involved Shooting Rocks Crown HeightsThe NYPD says officers shot an armed man while responding to a call of shots fired in Crown Heights, but the incident is not believed to be related to the George Floyd protests. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
How Should You Talk To Children About Protests, Racism?WLNY TV's Hazel Sanchez talks to parents and experts about the best way to discuss the protests nationwide in the wake of George Floyd's death while in police custody in Minneapolis.
Knicks Internal Email Reportedly Discusses Why Team Hasn't Commented On George FloydFranchises throughout the NBA have released statements in the wake of George Floyd's death. In fact just two teams have yet to release a statement. The San Antonio Spurs and the New York Knicks. CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
NYPD Officers Have Conflicting Feelings As They Deal With The War Zone And Public PerceptionFor the NYPD rank and file, dealing with the peaceful George Floyd protests and the violent looting has been a huge task. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
With Curfew Set For 8 p.m. In New York City, Peaceful George Floyd Protesters Out In ForceLarge groups marched through the streets of New York City throughout the day on Tuesday as part of demonstrations across the country protesting the death of George Floyd. CBS2's Ali Bauman, Dan Rice and Natalie Duddridge report.
Stony Brook Senior Uses Tech Skills To Purchase, Program Tablets For Families To Speak To Loved Ones With COVID-19James Rizzardi’s grandmother, Yolanda, died in hospice shortly before the coronavirus pandemic hit.The physics major kept in contact with the hospice staff and learned that COVID-19 restrictions sadly meant an abrupt end to in-person visitation at the end of life.CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
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