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New York teenagers among the first young women to earn the rank of Eagle ScoutTwo young women break barriers in the Boy Scouts of America. Vanessa Murdock from CBS2 reports.

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2 firefighters injured in Morrisania fireA number of companies suffered either fire or water damage on Monday morning.

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Executives are calling for an update to New Jersey’s marijuana law so police can tell parents about minorsRiverside leaders hosted an event Saturday to educate the public about the new law that prohibits police from contacting parents of children who are first using or possessing marijuana or alcohol. Meg Baker from CBS2 reports.

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Suffolk County announces task force to prosecute hate crimes amid spike in anti-Asian violenceAs violence against Asian Americans increases in the United States, Long Island leaders have set up a special hate crime task force. Jennifer McLogan from CBS2 reports.

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Fast-thinking coaches rescue officials who suffered cardiac arrest during high school football gameTwo sports coaches stormed into action after someone fell during a weekend football game on Long Island. Alice Gainer from CBS2 reports.

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New York Weather: CBS2 3/22 Monday Night UpdateLonnie Quinn posted the latest Tri-State Area forecast for CBS2 News At 5.

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Brooklyn Man bakes banana breads for health care workers and first responders and says it delivered 10,000 loavesSmall kind actions every day bring light and love to those who are dealing with dark and difficult times. A special ambassador of appreciation is a man from Brooklyn, who thanks the staff at the front. Tony Aiello from CBS2 reports.

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COVID vaccinations continue to be a priority in NYC, but officials are warning of some high rates of infection due to variantsWhile the focus in New York City has shifted to vaccination efforts, COVID remains a real threat. In some communities, the infection rate is over 14% and health officials are concerned about variants. Aundrea Cline-Thomas from CBS2 reports.

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Nurse Andrea Dalzell fights against discrimination against people with disabilitiesAs we celebrate Women’s History Month, we introduce you to a young nurse who is fighting to stop discrimination against people with disabilities. As reported by Cindy Hsu from CBS2, she shares a message never to give up.

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Misspelled “Goethals” Bridge on 3 Staten Island Expressway signsA spokesman for the New York State Department of Transportation said the signs would be repaired at the contractor’s expense.

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Nassau County Legislation passes the Police Reform PlanProtesters gathered in support of a plan that included additional proposals not included in the final bill.

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Questions remain as to why New Jersey is still stuck aged 65 and over. Eligibility for vaccinesNew York is lowering the legal age to have a vaccine to 50 starting Tuesday morning. Connecticut plans to hit 16 in two weeks. Lisa Rozner from CBS2 reports.

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Exclusive: The lawyer representing the Cuomo prosecutor says the governor intimidates witnessesIn an exclusive interview with CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer, Debra Katz says the increasing number of women suggests Governor Andrew Cuomo needs psychiatric counseling.

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Suspicious white powder sent to Upper East Side SchoolPolice are investigating a disturbing pattern following another white powder horror at a Manhattan school.

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NYPD: Suspect assaulted mother who attended a rally against racist violenceThe NYPD is investigating new attacks against Asian Americans amid a nationwide surge in hate crimes. Andrea Grymes from CBS2 reports.

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New York expands the registration age for vaccines to over 50 yearsGovernor Andrew Cuomo said he expected New York to see a sharp surge in vaccine shipments in the coming weeks.

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Governor Murphy discusses the decision to relax certain restrictionsDespite a worrying spike in COVID-19 cases in New Jersey, the state increased capacity for indoor restaurants, gyms, beauty salons, and other businesses.

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New York City High School students return to face-to-face classesThis happened when the mayor and the school chancellor announced on Wednesday March 24th by April 7th that the next registration period was opening. Hazel Sanchez from CBS2 reports.

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Exclusive: Extended interview with Debra KatzThe attorney, who represents one of the women accusing Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, claims he is trying to intimidate witnesses. Debra Katz, attorney for Prosecutor Charlotte Bennett, spoke to CBS2’s Marcia Kramer.

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Governor Cuomo speaks about COVID vaccine at Mount Vernon ChurchGovernor Andrew Cuomo visits Mount Vernon Church amid growing allegations of inappropriate behavior.

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Mayor De Blasio Talks About Reopening High School And More In NYCMayor Bill de Blasio holds the latest briefing with School Chancellor Meisha Ross Porter as high schools across New York City reopen for face-to-face learning.

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Nassau County Announces Plans for a New War MemorialNassau County plans to build a new memorial to veterans who lost their lives in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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New York Weather: CBS2 3/22 Monday afternoon updateVanessa Murdock has the latest Tri-State Area forecast for CBS2 News At Noon.

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Nicki Minaj’s mother is suing driver who was charged with her husband’s deathRapper Nicki Minaj’s mother filed a $ 150 million lawsuit against the man accused of killing Minaj’s father in a hit-and-run on Long Island.

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