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Sanitation worker gunned down in Hell’s KitchenReporting by Jim Smith of Chopper 2.

First Weather Alert: CBS2 2/10 Thursday Afternoon UpdateElise Finch updated the forecast for the Tri-State Area’s first alert on CBS2 News At Noon.

Seward Park High School Cheerleading Squad Heads to Nationals in FloridaThe team qualified for a national competition, but could not afford the trip. But after a CBS2 report, the team is on its way!

Opening night red carpet for “The Music Man” on BroadwayA classic opens on Broadway with one of the biggest red carpet celebrations since the pandemic began.

The city’s largest supermarkets step up securityIt follows a wave of shoplifting in the city and across the country.

The Queens community is heartbroken by the death of 10-year-old Davina Afokoba in the Far Rockaway crashRelatives said Afokobo was on his way home from school with his older brother when a black SUV crashed into the car wash as the driver pulled out of a parking lot. Reporting by CBS2’s John Dias.

Teenage boy shot dead on Sunrise Highway in serious conditionSuffolk Police say the teenager was repeatedly hit by gunfire from a passing car.

Drivers feel the pressure as global tensions drive up petrol pricesGas prices in the tri-state area and across the United States are rising as the price of crude oil hits its highest level in nearly a decade. Reporting by CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge.

NYPD investigates Midtown shootingReporting by Jim Smith of Chopper 2.

New York’s indoor mask mandate for businesses expiresAs mask mandates are lifted across the region, a deadline is approaching for some New York workers. This could mean that these workers will be out of work if they do not comply. Reporting by CBS2’s Andrea Grymes.

New video shows suspects wanted in alleged Bronx shooting and assaultThe NYPD is trying to track down two men wanted in connection with an alleged assault in which a teenager was shot in the hand in the Bronx.

Family says Bob Saget died of head traumaSaget was 65 when he died last month.

Vice President Harris to Discuss Newark’s Lead Pipe Replacement ProgramFunding for lead pipe removal is part of the recent Federal Infrastructure Act.

Caught on video: Brooklyn gas station robbed at gunpointPolice are currently looking for two suspects.

Police: A man stabbed a teenager on a train in Washington HeightsA 19-year-old woman was stabbed on a subway early Thursday morning and police are looking for the assailant.

Investigation continues after SUV crashed into Queens car wash, killing 10-year-old girlIt was a dark scene all night as the SUV remained lodged in the building. The exact circumstances of the accident are still under investigation. Reporting by CBS2’s John Dias.

Mask mandate expires for New York businessesNew York’s indoor mask mandate has expired, but only for select locations. CBS2’s Elijah Westbrook reports.

First weather alert: Thursday morning update of 2/10 from CBS2Elise Finch updated the forecast for the Tri-State Area’s first alert on CBS2 News this morning.

Police: Teenager shot dead as he drove past car on Sunrise HighwaySuffolk County Police say the teenager was repeatedly hit in the chest by gunfire from a passing car.

New York Weather: CBS2 2/9 11:00 PM Nightly ForecastCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for Feb. 9 at 11 p.m.

NJ TRANSIT purchases 25 new multi-level train carsNew Jersey Transit is buying even more tiered train cars.

Student stabbed, security guard shot outside Buffalo High SchoolPolice are looking for a suspect after a student was stabbed and a security guard was shot outside a Buffalo high school on Wednesday afternoon.

Some Con Edison customers see a 300% increase in their gas and electric billsCon Edison customers are feeling the economic pressure. Some are seeing up to 300% increases in their gas and electricity bills, and now local leaders are demanding an investigation; CBS2’s Ali Bauman reports.

Commissioner Roger Goodell admits NFL needs to change hiring policiesNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Admits NFL Needs To Change Coaching Hiring Policies; CBS2’s Otis Livingston reports.


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