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Tony Awards 2019: Kelli O'Hara Nominated For 'Kiss Me, Kate'Kelli O'Hara is nominated for another Tony Award as Leading Actress in a musical. She stars in the revival of "Kiss Me, Kate." CBS2's Dave Carlin talked to O'Hara about bringing back a beloved musical while making it feel new.
Web Extra: Tagging Cabot, The Great White SharkThis video by Nichole Ring shows Ocearch researching tagging Cabot, a great white shark who was detected in Long Island Sound just off the Greenwich shore of Connecticut on May 20, 2019.
Web Extra: Mets GM Gives Manager Callaway Vote Of ConfidenceIn a news conference Monday afternoon, New York Mets General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen spokes about Yoenis Cespedes suffering ankle fractures and the team's position on manager Mickey Callaway.
Nassau County Honors Hero CopsTwo Nassau County Police offiers who saved the life of a 15-year-old were honored by the Nassau County legislature.
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Web Extra: Chancellor Carranza Testifies Before Budget HearingNew York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza testifies before a City Council budget hearing.
Web Extra: Long Island Lawmakers Discuss Mercury In SchoolsLong Island lawmakers hold a press conference after learning three schools have tested positive for mercury.
Schumer Questions Chinese-Made Subway Systems, Raises Issue Of National Cyber-Security RiskSen. Chuck Schumer held a news conference at the Fulton Street Subway Station on Sunday night to call on the U.S. Commerce Department to look into a Chinese state-owned company selling subway operations systems and if they pose a cyber-security risk.

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