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Coronavirus Toll: Beloved Principal James Brown Remembered In Caldwell, N.J.CBS2's John Elliott reports from Caldwell, N.J., where the community is mourning the loss of Grover Cleveland Middle School Principal James Brown who died from COVID-19 coronavirus-related illness this week.
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Coronavirus Update: NY, NJ Medical Professionals To Receive Confiscated SuppliesDoctors and nurses on the front lines of the coronavirus battle in New York and New Jersey will now receive nearly a million medical supplies confiscated by the FBI.
Coronavirus Update: Firefighters Surprise NYU Langone Hospital Staff With Show Of SupportSirens blared as firefighters applauded and gave a standing ovation to health care workers at NYU Langone Hospital on Manhattan's East Side.
Coronavirus Update: NJ First Responders Receive Protection Amid PandemicAs some first responders in New Jersey work every day to save lives, they're now the ones receiving protection; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Coronavirus Update: Domestic Violence Reports Rise In New York State Under Stay-At-Home OrderWith everybody forced to stay at home, there is a harsh, unintended consequence -- a rise in domestic violence; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Coronavirus Update: Hundreds Of Bikers Flood Queens Streets To Attend FuneralDespite the ban on crowds, hundreds of bikers flooded the streets in Queens on Friday, trying to attend a funeral.
Coronavirus Update: Local Officials Say City Is Approaching D-Day As Cases Rise RapidlySome doctors fear they're fighting a losing battle, outmatched by the rapid rise in cases, and it will likely be worse next week; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Coronavirus Update: Yankees Create $1.4M Distress Fund For Employees Impacted By VirusThe Yankees are among the pro sports teams pitching in against the coronavirus; CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 4/2 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for April 2 at 11 p.m.
Coronavirus Update: People Discarding Used Gloves, Masks In The Streets & On SidewalksPeople are tossing their gloves and masks wherever they want, and it's a mess that's causing concern; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Company Receives Approval To Test Immunotherapy TreatmentThe Food and Drug Administration has just given approval to a New Jersey company to use immunotherapy to treat adults with the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Pandemic Leads To Virus-Related Hate Crimes In NYCThe coronavirus pandemic across New York City may be behind a dramatic decrease in overall crime, but the NYPD says the outbreak has also led to new problems they're trying to fight, including coronavirus-related hate crimes; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Coronavirus Update: FDA Eases Restrictions On Gay Blood Donors Amid ShortageThe FDA says there's an urgent need for blood, so the agency is now easing restrictions on gay blood donors.
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Bill De Blasio Advises New Yorkers To Cover Mouths, Noses In PublicThe mayor now says we should cover up when we leave our homes. It's a striking reversal; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Coronavirus Update: NY Teacher, NJ Principal Die From COVID-19Sandra Santos-Vizcaino, a third grade teacher at PS 9 in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, and James Brown, principal of Grover Cleveland Middle School in Caldwell, New Jersey, have died.
Coronavirus Update: Javits Center Will Accept COVID-19 Patients As Hospitals Face Mounting PressureThursday, the president pushed forward a plan to open up more beds in the city, but health care workers still face mounting pressure; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Body Found on Queens SubwayThere was a grim find on a New York City subway in Queens early Thursday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Teachers Send Heartfelt Video Message To StudentsTeachers in Paterson, New Jersey, are using the power of the internet to let their students know they're missed during this time of social distancing.

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