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New York Weather: CBS2 11pm forecastCBS2’s Vanessa Murdock took a look at what’s in store for us just before Christmas.
Saleswoman overwhelms would-be robbers in New JerseyThe quick-thinking clerk tripped a man who demanded money after claiming he was armed. Dick Brennan of CBS2 has the story.
NYC Introduces $ 100 Incentive To Get COVID-19 Booster ShotJenna DeAngelis from CBS2 reports.
President Biden sends help to NYC to deal with long test leadsJessica Layton of CBS2 has the story.
NYPD official dragged after traffic freeze in BronxCBS2’s Dana Tyler got the latest on the officer’s condition and an arrest on the case.
Officials warn of counterfeit donation containersCBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff has everything you need to know to make sure you don’t get caught by scammers.
Attorney General James warns of price increases for COVID-19 test kits for the homeCBS2’s Dana Tyler has the story.
Mayor-elected Adams announces new appointments to his administrationKevin Rincon of CBS2 has the story.
Schools in Mount Vernon are getting remote, other cities are pondering what’s nextTony Aiello from CBS2 reports.
Experts: Think about the past year before making New Year’s resolutionsExperts suggest taking stock of how things stand when 2021 is complete before making new year’s resolutions. Mary Calvi from CBS2 reports.
Weather in New York: 21.12. CBS2 weather headlines on Tuesday nightCBS2’s Vanessa Murdock takes a look at the forecast.
Answering COVID questionsWith families gathering for Christmas, some people are asking if their loved ones should be tested for COVID before meeting. Wednesday we will answer more COVID questions live on CBS2 News at 5:30 a.m. and on CBSN New York.
Another round of Broadway closings due to COVIDIt was another day and round of Broadway closings. COVID-19 tests found more positive hits, shows, in some cases until Christmas, and in at least one case, a show closed forever. Dave Carlin from CBS2 reports.
Nassau County’s outgoing executive Laura Curran discusses her accomplishmentsIncumbent Laura Curran lost her run for re-election as Nassau County’s executive branch in a district where registered Democrats are 100,000 more registered than Republicans. That’s what Jennifer McLogan reports from CBS2.
The Mets introduce Buck Showalter as their new managerThe New York Mets officially introduced Buck Showalter as their new manager during a virtual press conference Tuesday afternoon. Otis Livingston from CBS2 reports.
Scott Spina found guilty of fraudulent purchase of Super Bowl ringsA New Jersey man pleaded guilty to impersonating a retired New England Patriots player and fraudulently purchasing Super Bowl rings.
Spike Lee receives the key to New York CityFilmmaker Spike Lee was honored by Mayor Bill de Blasio. De Blasio handed Lee the key to the city on Tuesday.
Governor Kathy Hochul announces additional food aid for people in needHochul says $ 230 million will go to participants in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program known as SNAP.
Governor Phil Murphy Launches New Healthcare Benchmark ProgramEventually, after collecting the data, the project will help residents understand why and why healthcare costs are rising, and make healthcare more affordable.
NYCHA Announces Minority Owned Company for Redevelopment of Frederick Samuel ApartmentsThe New York Housing Authority has just announced developers for a $ 260 million investment in the Frederick Samuel Apartments, and the partnership marks a turning point in project prioritization. CBS2’s Jessi Mitchell reports.
Negotiations in the Ghislane-Maxwell process continueJurors discussing sex trafficking in Ghislane Maxwell’s trial have requested transcripts of testimony from three of their accusers.
Police: Counterfeit UPS delivery company ransack the Bronx family at gunpoint and ties up childrenThe police are looking for a man posing as a UPS employee and his accomplice who broke into an apartment, tied up and robbed the family. Natalie Duddridge from CBS2 reports.
FDA wants 2 pills to treat COVID approvedThe pills have been labeled a potential game changer in the pandemic. But as Dr. Max Gomez of CBS2 reports the pills won’t replace vaccines as the best weapon against the virus.
Stamford, Connecticut, is restoring indoor masking requirementsThe city’s mayor says face masks are required in all indoor public spaces regardless of vaccination status.