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New York Weather: CBS2 2/24 evening forecast at 6 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has her forecast for February 24th at 6pm

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Century 21 department stores reopen after filing for bankruptcyCentury 21 department stores are making a comeback.

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Black History Month: Bishop Mitchell G. Taylor, Community Capacity Development, works to bridge the generation gapFor decades, government policies denied African Americans access to credit, and according to the Federal Reserve Bank, white families in the US are ten times richer than black families. As part of Black History Month, we’re introducing a bank working to overcome inequalities. Lisa Rozner from CBS2 reports.

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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New Jersey calling on the state to help get COVID vaccineMemorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center locations in New Jersey have not yet received doses of COVID-19 vaccines from the Department of Health. Lawyers and patients urge the state to help; Meg Baker from CBS2 reports.

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Man charged in attacking 7 women in BrooklynThe Brooklyn District Attorney has indicted one man on 52 counts in seven attacks against women in Brooklyn.

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Mother, child found dead in New Jersey pond identifiedMorris County prosecutors identified a mother and child who were found dead in a pond Tuesday night. What exactly happened remains a mystery; Andrea Grymes from CBS2 reports.

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Governor Andrew Cuomo charged with sexual harassment, workplace bullying by former employeesA former aide to Governor Andrew Cuomo addresses allegations of sexual harassment, and another former employee accuses the Governor of workplace bullying. CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer got the story.

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‘Immersive Van Gogh’ art exhibition comes to New York CityA unique art exhibition is coming to New York. Visitors get a rare glimpse into the work of Vincent van Gogh, and modern technology is key; Steve Overmyer from CBS2 reports.

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Upstate New York Butcher expands meat vending machine businessIt’s a new convenience for carnivores – meat from a machine. A backcountry butcher is expanding its business to the northern suburbs with a vending machine that sells beef, chicken, and pork. Tony Aiello from CBS2 reports.

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New York State Summer Camps will reopen this summer after closing in 2020Summer camp is back this year for thousands of children in New York state. It’s another welcome sign of the reopening after the pandemic closed warehouses last year. Cindy Hsu from CBS2 reports.

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Vietnam veterans gather on Long Island for the ceremony on February 24thVietnam War veterans gathered on Wednesday at an important time in the history of that conflict. A ceremony was held in Nassau County, which has one of the highest veteran populations in the country. Carolyn Gusoff from CBS2 reports.

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Rockland EOC went out of their way to help with the list of older vaccinesRockland County has activated its Emergency Operations Center to manage the county’s COVID-19 vaccine waiting list.

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4 dogs in need of new homes after owners die of coronavirusSome four-legged friends on Long Island are hoping to find new homes after their owners die of COVID-19. Jennifer McLogan from CBS2 reports.

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4 people injured in head-on collision in New JerseyA major head-on collision sent four people to the hospital and growled traffic in New Jersey for hours on Wednesday morning. Christina Fan from CBS2 reports.

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Black History Month: A Look at the ‘Divine Nine’ Black Sororities and BrotherhoodsSince the election of Vice President Kamala Harris, there has been a new spotlight on African-American Greek life known as the Divine Nine. But what exactly is the Divine Nine and how do black brotherhoods and sororities differ from all others? Elise Finch from CBS2 reports.

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TSA plans to hire 6,000 officers before the Summer Travel SurgeThe Transportation Security Administration is now hiring.

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Bruce Springsteen appears before the judge for DWI chargesBruce Springsteen went before a judge Wednesday and appeared virtually in federal court. The New Jersey rocker was charged with a DWI arrest in November. Aundrea Cline-Thomas from CBS2 reports.

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Pickup truck slams home in Riverhead, Long IslandA pick-up truck slammed into a house on Long Island and ended up with almost the entire truck in the house.

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Tiger Woods Awake, recovering in hospital after a car accidentTiger Woods is awake and recovering in a California hospital the day after surviving a terrible car accident. Otis Livingston from CBS2 reports.

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New York Middle School classrooms will reopen ThursdayNew York City takes another step towards reopening on Thursday when middle schools welcome students back into the classroom.

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Mass COVID vaccination sites open in Brooklyn, QueensTwo mass vaccination sites opened on Wednesday – one in Brooklyn and one in Queens. John Dias from CBS2 reports.

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Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine nearing approvalJohnson and Johnson’s one-off COVID vaccine is nearing clearance for use. Dr. Max Gomez from CBS2 reports.

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6-year-old boy hit by school bus, killed in BrooklynA 6-year-old boy died after being hit by a school bus in Brooklyn on Wednesday. Natalie Duddridge from CBS2 reports.

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WCBS 880 Newsradio reporter Rich Lamb is retiringThe town hall took a break on Wednesday to congratulate the legendary radio reporter.

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