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A food distribution event is being held in NewarkThere were long lines in Newark on Tuesday for the city’s “Drive Up and Go” food distribution.

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CDC urges people not to travel for the spring breakThe spring break is just around the corner for many colleges and universities, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are urging people not to travel.

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New Yorkers take advantage of the early spring weatherTuesday was a fine March day by many standards, and that meant New Yorkers went to every possible means to enjoy it. Vanessa Murdock from CBS2 reports.

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Court documents reveal details of the alleged fatal abuse of 10-year-old Ayden Wolfe in HarlemAccording to investigators, the fatal abuse of a 10-year-old boy in Harlem was new. Andrea Grymes from CBS2 reports.

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Report: 6. Prosecutor Moves Forward, Says Cuomo, who took inappropriateness against them at the governor’s executive mansionAnother woman accused Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment. This is because a former adjutant tells her story and describes a toxic workplace. CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has more.

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Hope Day honors White Plains Hospital Health Care WorkersWhite Plains Hospital marks a day of hope, a year before the day the hospital admitted its first COVID-19 patient.

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New York Weather: CBS2 3/9 evening forecast at 6 p.m.Lonnie Quinn from CBS2 has your forecast for March 9th at 6pm

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Protest art at the National Arts Club of ManhattanGeorge Floyd’s death sparked widespread demonstrations and even looting in New York City. In SoHo, some of the plywood used to protect the shop windows has been turned into art that is now on display at the National Arts Club. Kevin Rincon from CBS2 reports.

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Long Island drivers say pothole corrections are badly neededMotorists on Long Island complain of a multitude of potholes everywhere. Funding will help the roads after our harsh winter, but many say the pothole corrections can’t come soon enough. Jennifer McLogan from CBS2 reports.

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NYC plans to end solitary confinement in city jailsNew York City plans to end solitary confinement in city prisons.

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Cab drivers not happy with New York’s financial relief planMayor Bill de Blasio has announced millions of dollars in financial relief for the troubled taxi industry in New York City, but drivers are protesting, saying a lot more help is needed to keep them on the road. Christina Fan from CBS2 reports.

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New York Times article claims California bagels are better than New York’sIt’s the west coast against the east coast in the battle of the bagels; Kiran Dhillon from CBS2 reports.

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Performances, honors scheduled for the Grammy Awards show on SundayGet ready for the 63rd annual Grammy Awards.

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LIRR trains will return to the previous schedule at the end of MarchLong Island Rail Road commuters worried about their safety over recent service cuts this week celebrate a victory. The trains will soon be back on the previous timetable. Carolyn Gusoff from CBS2 reports.

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Medical experts recommend screening for lung cancer earlierLung cancer is by far the number one in the United States, with more than 131,000 deaths this year alone. Doctors say the numbers could be reduced if people were screened and the cancer found early; Dr. Max Gomez from CBS2 reports.

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Cuomo prosecutor Ana Liss shares her experiences and discusses the “toxic” work environmentAna Liss, who accuses Governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior, says she “does not claim sexual harassment per se,” but that the “toxic” work environment was not a safe place for women. She sat down with CBS Rochester reporter Adam Chodak to share her experience.

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The missing New Jersey man was found dead under the melting snow moundThere was a gruesome discovery under a mound of melting snow in New Jersey.

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Lawsuit Calls for NYC Elimination of Entrance Examination Process, Gifted and Talented ProgramsA lawsuit is urging New York City to abolish the entrance exams and gifted and talented programs. It is said that the current educational system in the city violates the constitutional rights of students. Hazel Sanchez from CBS2 reports.

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Women-owned companies in New Jersey come together to support a good causeTen women-owned companies leaned on each other during the pandemic. Now, during Women’s History Month, they are banding together to support other women they don’t even know. Lisa Rozner from CBS2 reports.

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Buckingham Palace responds to Prince Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah WinfreyBuckingham Palace responded to Prince Harry and Meghan’s high stakes interview with Oprah Winfrey. Tina Kraus reports for CBS2.

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Jury selection in the trial of Derek Chauvin, a former officer charged with the murder of George FloydThe judging panel is currently on trial against Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged with the murder of George Floyd. Michael George reports for CBS2.

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Governor Andrew Cuomo lowers the age limit for approving COVID-19 vaccinesStarting Wednesday, more New Yorkers can get a COVID-19 vaccine. Dick Brennan from CBS2 reports.

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Man slashed on Upper East Side subway station, police looking for 3 suspectsPolice search for suspects after a subway car is slashed on the Upper East Side. Nick Caloway from CBS2 reports.

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Police: Suspicious Bronx Deli worker stabbed in the neckThe NYPD wants you to find the man they say stabbed a delicatessen worker in the Bronx. Katie Johnston reports.

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