FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro announces the death of a probationary firefighter who suffered a medical episode during a training exercise.

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FDNY Update On Death Of Probationary Firefighter Vincent MalveauxFDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro announces the death of a probationary firefighter who suffered a medical episode during a training exercise.
Anti-Vax Ad Removed From Brooklyn Bus ShelterOfficials are investigating after an anti-vaccination ad appeared at a Brooklyn bus shelter.
Suffolk Officer To Be Released From HospitalA Suffolk County police officer who was injured by a drunk driver is set to be released from the hospital Friday.
New York Weather: Frigid FridayCBS2's John Elliott has the latest weather forecast.
Columbia Student Killed, Tourist Stabbed Near Morningside ParkA Columbia University student was stabbed to death overnight near Morningside Park, where a second victim was also stabbed in what police are calling a pair of unprovoked attacks. CBS2's John Dias has the latest from the scene.
Federal Hearing On Rikers InvestigationA hearing will be held Thursday on conditions on Rikers Island.
U.S. Stepping Up Security Against Omicron VariantThe White House released a new plan early Thursday morning to fight the Omicron variant, as the U.S. joined about two dozen other countries with confirmed cases. CBS2's John Dias has the latest.
New York Weather: Warm But WetCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
MLB Owners Impose Lockout After CBA ExpiresMajor League Baseball owners have imposed a lockout after failing to reach a new contract agreement with the players union. 
Meisha Porter Stepping Down As NYC Schools ChancellorShe says she is leaving to become the founder and CEO of the Bronx Community Foundation, a nonprofit organization.
Alvin Alley Dance Company ReturnsOne of the city's top dance companies returns to the stage for the first time since the pandemic hit.
Stamford Mayor Swearing InCaroline Simmons was the first woman elected to serve as mayor of Stamford, the state's second largest city.
World AIDS Day WednesdayA commemoration will be held tonight at New York City AIDS Memorial Park.
Police Open Fire After Brooklyn Traffic StopPolice say a suspect ran over an officer's foot, whose partner then opened fire. No one was hit.
Explosion Rocks Home In Cypress HillsA massive explosion rocked a home overnight in Brooklyn, spreading flames to nearby houses. CBS2's John Dias has the latest from the scene in Cypress Hills.
New York Weather: Milder WednesdayCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
Firefighters Hurt In Upper East Side Ceiling CollapseFour firefighters were injured when a ceiling collapsed on them early Tuesday morning on the Upper East Side. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge hears from residents who escaped.
Police Impersonators Suspected In Home InvasionThe NYPD is looking for two men who posed as police officers during a home invasion robbery in the Bronx.
'West Side Story' Movie Premieres In NYCNew York City rolled out the red carpet for the premiere of the new West Side Story movie.
New Bishop Of Brooklyn To Be InstalledThe Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn is getting a new bishop.
Vaccine Deadline For NYC Correction OfficersIt's deadline day for correction officers to get vaccinated, and the city is making contingency plans.
Giving Tuesday Focuses On Giving BackBetween Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the last few days have been all about holiday shopping. Tuesday, it's about service. As CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports, Giving Tuesday is exactly what the name suggests -- a chance to give back.
Firefighters Battle Upper East Side BlazeFirefighters are battling a four-alarm blaze on the Upper East Side. 
Tri-State Officials Bracing For Omicron VariantCBS2's John Dias has the latest on the new variant and the push to get everyone vaccinated.

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