Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a handful of bills into law Monday, meant to help workers and businesses struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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New York Weather: CBS2 10/24 Evening Forecast at 9PMCBS2's John Elliott has your weather forecast for October 24 at 9 p.m.
New Jersey Gov. Murphy Extends State Public Health Emergency Amid Rise In CasesNew Jersey continues to see an alarming rise in coronavirus cases.
Judge Denies Convicted NXIVM Sex Cult Leader Keith Raniere's Request For Second TrialThere will be no new trial for convicted NXIVM sex cult leader Keith Raniere.
Witnesses: Hole Opens In Bronx Sidewalk, Trapping ManThere was a freak accident in the Bronx on Saturday when a man fell into a hole after witnesses say the sidewalk suddenly gave way; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
President Trump, Joe Biden Target Key States 10 Days Before ElectionPresident Donald Trump and Joe Biden are on a busy weekend campaign schedule just a week and a half before Election Day; Michael George reports for CBS2.
Long Lines Form For First Day Of Early Voting In New YorkThere were long lines at polling locations Saturday as New Yorkers voted early for the first time ever in a presidential election; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
College Student Visiting NYC Killed By Stray Bullet In BrooklynA young man visiting New York City was shot and killed outside an Airbnb in Brooklyn early Saturday; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Volunteers Keeping NYC Parks Clean To Make Up For Budget CutsFriday marks the first day of a three-day cleaning spree, organized by the Partnership for New York City and New York Cares.
Sen. Booker, Rep. Gottheimer Announce Proposal To Protect Nursing Homes From Second Wave Of COVID-19The Nursing Home Pandemic Protection Act would require facilities to report potential outbreaks to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in real time and have a crisis plan in place.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily Coronavirus BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio delivers his daily briefing on the coronavirus and more in New York City.
Jumaane Williams And Dr. Mark Epstein On Coping With Loss, Stress, And Depression During COVIDCBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas spoke with Public Advocate Jumaane Williams and Dr. Mark Epstein about strategies to maintain mental health during the COVID pandemic.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Gives Coronavirus BriefingGov. Andrew Cuomo discussed the ongoing COVID battle in New York State and changes to "micro-clusters."
Mayor De Blasio Discusses Coronavirus Outbreak, Halloween Plans, Micro Clusters And MoreMayor Bill de Blasio gave a briefing about New York City's continuing fight against the coronavirus. He discussed Halloween plans and the city's handling of "micro-clusters."
NYPD Officials Discuss Election Day SecurityNYPD officials discussed their plans for Election Day security, as well as for early voting, which starts Oct. 24.
Stay Extended For UWS Shelter ResidentsA judge ruled that homeless residents staying at a shelter at the Lucerne Hotel can stay until November 16th. CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Gov. Murphy Update On Coronavirus Pandemic In New JerseyGov. Phil Murphy's Oct. 19 briefing on the coronavirus pandemic in New Jersey.
Woman Killed, 2 Men Wounded In Bronx ShootingPolice say a 19-year-old woman was killed, and two men were wounded in a shooting inside a building in the Bronx.
3 People Shot Inside Building In The BronxPolice are on the scene of a triple shooting in the Fordham Heights section of the Bronx. Chopper 2 is overhead.
New York Weather: Forecast At 9 p.m.CBSN New York's John Marshall is calling for a warming trend over the next few days.
Teens Start Sneaker Drive For HomelessThe two boys drew their inspiration from a viral video and are now handing out shoes to many of the city's most vulnerable people. CBSN New York's Christina Fan reports
Trump, Biden Hit Campaign Trail HardThe president and his Democratic challenger started the day in church in Las Vegas and Delaware, respectively. Biden then went to North Carolina, while Trump visited Nevada. CBS2's Tom Hanson reports
Hasidic Wedding Planned For Monday Now Being Scaled BackAs many as 10,000 people were expected to attend, but now organizers say it will only be for close family members. This comes in the wake of COVID-19 enforcement issues in parts of New York City. CBSN New York's Jessica Layton reports
Man Caught In Crossfire In BrooklynPolice say a 58-year-old man was shot in the head after getting caught between occupants of two vehicles firing at each other early Sunday morning. The victim was rushed to a hospital in critical condition.
Police Hunting For Queens Cellphone Store RobbersThey are looking for three young men who have struck multiple times recently. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports

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