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Daily briefing from Mayor Bill De Blasio on the coronavirusMayor Bill de Blasio and Health Commissioner Dr. Dave Chokshi are encouraging New Yorkers to get their flu shot.

Firefighter Pyotr Orlowski’s house destroyed in massive weekend fire in Dyker Heights, BrooklynVideo shows the dramatic moment firefighter Piotr Orlowski transported his 92-year-old neighbor out of a burning house on 74th Street.

Latest news on the reopening of public schools in New York CityMayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor of Schools Richard Carranza provide an update on the reopening of schools in New York City.

School of Special Needs Teaching Students New Routines to Safely Navigate Daily LifeThursday was the start of a new normal for many special needs schools in our region. One of them spent months transforming his space so that classroom instruction could be offered five days a week; CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reports.

Mayor De Blasio on indoor mealsWatch live: Mayor Bill de Blasio presents his daily briefing on the coronavirus and the reopening of restaurants in New York City.

New York restaurants will resume dining at 25% capacity starting September 30Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday that dining could resume in New York at 25% from September 30.

Governor Andrew Cuomo announces New York restaurants can resume diningGov. Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday that dining could resume in New York at 25% from September 30. There will be a host of requirements that restaurants will have to meet.

Daily briefing from Mayor De Blasio on the reopening of New YorkMayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor of Schools Richard Carranza share the latest news on the reopening in New York.

Governor Andrew Cuomo briefs on coronavirus and its reopeningThe governor spoke about new regulations allowing schools and colleges to report COVID-19 outbreaks, discussed early voting, and spoke about what it would take to get indoor dining to resume in New York City.

School mayor and chancellor share update on reopeningMayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor of Schools Richard Carranza share the latest news on the reopening in New York.

Teachers union on schools still in need of ventilation repairsNew York Teachers Union provides update on schools still in need of ventilation repairs.

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Reinstates Smoking Ban In Atlantic City CasinosThere is a change on the way to reopening New Jersey.

Lobby city and state leaders to sue FEMA over sanitation cutsThere is more crackdown on federal cuts that would impact New York.

Governor Phill Murphy briefsGovernor Phil Murphy held a briefing as indoor dining resumed at New Jersey restaurants.

Daniel Prude dies: Protests continue as Rochester mayor admits system has failedProtests continue in Rochester against the death of Daniel Prude.

SUNY Oneonta sends students home after coronavirus spikeSUNY Oneonta is closing its campus and sending students home after a peak in coronavirus cases.

Mayor De Blasio gives briefing on Labor Day weekendMayor Bill de Blasio holds a daily briefing on the upcoming Labor Day weekend in New York City.

New York Mets legend, Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver diesNew York Mets legend and Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver has passed away; CBS2’s Otis Livingston reports.

Mayor Bill De Blasio holds daily coronavirus briefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds a daily briefing on the coronavirus, reopening schools and more in New York City.

New York Public Schools Postpone In-Person Learning Until September 21Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Tuesday that an agreement has been reached with unions representing educators in New York and that face-to-face blended learning in public schools has been postponed until September 21.

Governor Murphy provides update on the coronavirus pandemic and its reopening in New JerseyGovernor Murphy has announced theaters can reopen and indoor dining can resume on Friday.

NYPD unveils new disciplinary matrixNYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced new disciplinary guidelines for the police on Monday.

38th Annual Coney Island Sirens Parade Goes VirtualThe pandemic delayed but did not stop the 38th annual Coney Island Mermaid Parade.

Grandma is coming home after battling coronavirus since MarchA Brooklyn grandmother has returned home after battling the coronavirus since March.

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