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Feds: Increase In Lung Illnesses May Be Linked To VapingCBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on the increase in illnesses believed to be linked to vaping.
New Jersey Roads Ranked The WorstNew Jersey’s roads have been ranked as the worst in the country according to a new report.
Di Fara Pizza Reopens After Tax IssueCBS2’s Dave Carlin ha the latest on the reopening of a Brooklyn pizza icon shuttered over unpaid taxes.
Staten Island Hornets’ Nest RemovedA menacing hornets’ nest in a Staten Island neighborhood has been removed after city officials failed to show up.
Boat Abandoned In Middle Of New York RoadCBS2’s Tony Aiello has the latest on the boat that was abandoned in the middle of a Rockland County road.
Suspect Identified In String Of Armed RobberiesCBS’2 Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the latest on the suspects wanted by police in a string of armed robberies, using a red Mustang as a getaway car.
Water Main Break On Upper West SideCBS2’s Valerie Castro has the latest on a water main break affecting traffic on the Upper West Side.
Missing Chef’s Body Found In Queens HostelCBS2’s Alice Gainer has the latest on the head chef found dead inside a Queens hostel.
Mom Of Eric Garner Speaking Out After Decision On Sgt. Kizzy AdonisGwen Carr held a rally following NYPD‘s decision to penalize the commanding officer in Eric Garner case.
Mayor, Schools Chancellor Talk On New York Students’ English, Math PerformanceMayor Bill de Blasio and New York Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza talk on students’ gains on State English and math exams.
Sources: Body Discovered At Queens Hostel Believed To Be Missing ChefA body found at a Queens hostel on 77th Street is believed to be the missing head chef from Cipriani Dolci Grand Central who had not been seen or heard from in four days. CBSN New York‘s Hazel Sanchez reports.
NJ Trio Of Alleged Thieves Leave Infant Behind At Scene Of CrimeThree women accused of stealing a stroller from a New Jersey baby supply store had to turn back around after forgetting some precious cargo: A small child. CBSN New York‘s Nina Kapur reports.
Snapshot NY: 70 Years Of History In One CarSteve Overmyer takes a ride in the car used in New York City’s historic ticker-tape parades, the Chrysler custom-built Imperial Phaeton built in 1952.
Holtsville Neighbors Surprised By Golf Driving Range’s Late-Night Party SideTopgolf, a growing chain of driving ranges with nightlife, wants to open a new location in Holtsville where neighbors worry their peace and quiet will soon be shattered by the sounds of club music and golf balls. CBSN New York’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.