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14th Street mural celebrates nature and unityA colorful street art project stops traffic in Union Square.
Stop & Shop opens free pantry in Rockland CountyThe pantry is located inside the GW Miller Elementary School. Hundreds of students from kindergarten to 12th grade are eligible.
Skin cancer screenings fall due to pandemic, experts saySkin cancer is fairly easy to detect and treat when it is done early. But doctors say people weren’t screened regularly during the pandemic, which could be a fatal mistake. CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
50 families rescued from apartment building fire in HempsteadInvestigators now believe the Clinton Street fire was caused by a candle left unattended.
Residents protest construction of new prison at Kew GardensConstruction recently began to replace Rikers Island with four prisons located in the New York borough. Christina Fan of CBS2 reports.
Gov. Cuomo’s Lawyers Call for GA Report on One-Sided Sexual HarassmentAn executive assistant to Governor Cuomo filed a criminal complaint, alleging the governor groped her, with the Albany County Sheriff. CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reports.
Facebook group helps recover baby girl’s lost toyA little girl lost her beloved comfort toy on a trip to JFK Airport. But a Facebook group helped get her blankie back.
Weather in New York: Friday night update of 6/8 from CBS2John Elliott has the latest tri-state area forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
Navy SEALs do push-ups to honor health heroesTomorrow, the Navy SEALs will jump into the Hudson River to raise money for veterans.
Swimmer pulled from the water at Rockaway BeachJim Smith reports from Chopper 2
Family of CBS2 reporter Nina Kapur take legal action over fatal moped crashThere is a major development more than a year after the death of our colleague Nina Kapur following a Revel moped accident in Brooklyn.
Apple cracked down on child sexual abuseThe company will now scan U.S. iPhones for videos and photos for disturbing images. CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon reports.
New Jersey man pleads guilty to assaulting Capitol Hill cop on January 6A New Jersey gym owner is the first person to plead guilty to assaulting an officer during the riots on the United States Capitol on January 6.
Shocking video: woman shot at close range in BrooklynShocking video shows the murder of a woman on a Brooklyn street. Police say another woman just approached and opened fire, but no one knows why. CBS2’s Dave Carlin reports.
Nutrient-rich foods can reduce stress and cognitive declineBetter brain health starts with what you eat.
MP exposed to fentanyl almost diedA first-hand video account shows that the street drug is so potent that just standing nearby can be fatal. CBS2’s Jessica Moore reports.
Police investigate shooting in Belmont, BronxJim Smith reports from Chopper 2.
Suspect with fake sob story scamming teens at Upper West Side ATMsParents are on high alert. CBS2’s Thalia Perez reports.
Arrest following the murder of Moussa Fofana, 18Yohan Hernandez, 20, was arrested and charged with the murder.
Judge suspends transfer of homeless people from hotelsIt comes after several residents with disabilities were reportedly sent to buildings that did not meet their needs.
Governor Murphy announces mask mandate for New Jersey schoolsThere is a major change in the politics of New Jersey schools. Children will be required to wear masks in schools this fall. CBS2’s Nick Caloway reports.
Support for the fall of Governor Cuomo55% of New Yorkers believe the governor should be charged with a felony, according to a new Quinnipiac poll.
Governor Cuomo faces criminal complaint from executive assistant who says he groped herAnother astonishing development in Governor Cuomo’s sexual harassment scandal. An unidentified assistant has filed a criminal complaint, which could lead to charges, against the ailing CEO. CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reports.
Taller Peralta: The clothes of Inwood artist Mr. Tony Peralta represent Latin culture with a New York touch“Once I started creating artwork that represented my culture, I understood that was my goal in life,” owner Tony Peralta told CBS2’s Elle McLogan.