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Mayor De Blasio holds daily briefing on COVIDMayor Bill de Blasio hosts the latest briefing on the COVID pandemic, the vaccine surge and more ahead of the New York vacation.

New York Health Commissioner shares safety tips while on vacationNew York City Health Commissioner Dr Dave Chokshi joins CBSN New York to share his advice for the holidays.

Protests underway in Brooklyn in response to Kyle Rittenhouse verdictThere were protests in New York on Friday in response to the not guilty verdict in Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial; CBS2’s Ali Bauman reports.

4 teens injured in Newburgh shootingNewburgh Police are looking for young suspects behind a shooting that injured four teenagers. Community members took to the streets on Friday denouncing gun violence in the city; CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis reports.

Young People’s Chorus of New York City’s “Alone Together” Exhibit Shows Life During Lockdown Using Poetry, Art and MusicAn interactive exhibit from New York’s Young People’s Chorus titled “Alone Together” shows life during lockdown through their eyes using poetry, art and music. CBS2’s Dana Tyler spoke to Francisco Núñez, artistic director and founder of Young People’s Chorus of New York, and Margaret Eisenberg, 17, a senior at LaGuardia High School who has been with the choir for nine years.

NYPD: Teens Deploy Stun Gun at Queens SchoolDan Rice reports from Chopper 2.

WATCH: Judge exonerates men wrongly convicted of Malcolm X murderA judge cleared Muhammad Aziz and Kahlil Islam, two of three men convicted of the 1965 murder of civil rights activist Malcolm X.

Manhattan DA to clear men convicted of Malcolm X murderThe two men have spent more than twenty years in prison for a crime they did not commit. They will be exonerated after 22 months of investigation. Alice Gainer’s reports from CBS2.

2 men convicted of the assassination of Malcolm X will be exoneratedMore than 56 years after the assassination of Malcolm X, two of the convicted men will be exonerated. The Manhattan District Attorney is expected to ask a judge to overturn those convictions on Thursday; CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.

Nursing home workers rally for better wages and benefitsNursing home workers flooded Midtown on Wednesday, rallying for higher wages. The large crowd drew big names including Governor Kathy Hochul; CBS2’s Ali Bauman reports.

Four people shot dead in Williamsbridge, BronxFour people were shot dead in the Bronx on Wednesday.

CCTV footage shows the filming outside the Midtown recording studioBullets flew outside a Midtown recording studio on Tuesday night during an altercation between two opposing groups. Three people were shot dead – the youngest was only 19 – and surveillance footage shows the unfolding chaos; CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reporting.

Local leaders push Governor Hochul to grant gambling licenses to upstate casinosLas Vegas-style casino gambling could be coming to Queens and Yonkers. Local leaders are pushing Governor Kathy Hochul to grant two licenses for lower-state casinos that would replace animated dealers with real ones; Tony Aiello of CBS2 reports.

Mayor De Blasio urges COVID testing for vacation travelMayor Bill de Blasio hosts the latest briefing on COVID vaccines for children, booster shots and more in New York City.

‘Chicago’ celebrates 25th anniversary on BroadwayThere was a dazzling glare on the red carpet Tuesday night for the 25th anniversary of the Broadway musical “Chicago”, and there was a special performance to celebrate the rebirth milestone; CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.

Man arrested in fatal shootout against Brooklyn motherThe NYPD arrested a man in a shootout that killed an innocent mother in Brooklyn.

Outrage at NJ school reunion over hazing allegationsThere was outrage at a Wall Township Public School board meeting on Tuesday over hazing allegations involving the high school football team.

“Team ROC New York Job Fair” seeks to connect New Yorkers to job vacanciesWe keep hearing about a national labor shortage and the “big resignation,” but here in New York City, we have the third highest unemployment rate in the country. On Thursday, Team ROC New York Job Fair hopes to connect jobs to job seekers.

James Naughton celebrates 25 years of “Chicago”“Chicago” is celebrating its 25th anniversary on Broadway, and CBSN New York’s Dana Tyler chatted with award-winning actor James Naughton about what makes the show so special.

Mayor De Blasio announces NYE’s return to New YorkMayor Bill de Blasio hosts the latest briefing on the COVID pandemic, the vaccination campaign and more in New York City.

Suffolk County resident ‘happy to be alive’ after historic storm and tornadoes on Long IslandCBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.

Governor Murphy gives COVID update MondayGovernor Phil Murphy gives the latest update on the COVID pandemic, the vaccination campaign and more in New Jersey.

Mayor De Blasio gives the latest COVID briefingMayor Bill de Blasio hosts the latest briefing on the COVID pandemic, the vaccination campaign and more in New York City.

Record number of restaurants participating in the 12th Harlem Restaurant WeekThe 12th Annual Harlem Restaurant Week is happening now, with more restaurants involved than ever. Some are even stronger now than they were before the pandemic. CBS2’s Jessi Mitchell reports. Next, Nikoa Evans from Harlem Park To Park chats about Harlem Restaurant Week with CBS2’s Dana Tyler.


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