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Governor Andrew Cuomo breaks silence over sexual assault allegations and calls on New Yorkers to deliver a verdictGovernor Andrew Cuomo broke his silence on the sexual assault allegations against him on Wednesday while urging New Yorkers to uphold their verdict until they have all the facts. Dick Brennan from CBS2 reports.

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New York Weather: CBS2 3/3 nightly forecast at 11pmLonnie Quinn from CBS2 has her forecast for March 3rd at 11pm

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Asian man attacked in Lower East Side subway station, police are investigatingPolice are investigating and searching for a suspect after another Asian New Yorker is victim of a violent attack. Nick Caloway from CBS2 reports.

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Yankees manager Aaron Boone is recovering from pacemaker surgeryYankees Manager Aaron Boone Recovers from Pacemaker Surgery; Otis Livingston from CBS2 reports.

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Art and entertainment venues in New York are given the green light to reopen with reduced capacityIn just under a month, New Yorkers will be able to see shows at smaller venues again. Jessica Layton from CBS2 reports.

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JetBlue flight makes emergency landing at JFK airportOn Wednesday evening there was an emergency landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport.

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Governor Cuomo says he will not resign on allegations of sexual harassment: “I have never touched anyone inappropriately.”In a press conference on Wednesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo claimed he had not touched anyone inappropriately and repeatedly apologized. He also asked New Yorkers not to judge him until all the facts are in. CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has more.

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New York Weather: CBS2 3/3 evening forecast at 6 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has her forecast for March 3rd at 6pm

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Asbury Park ready for a busy summer with COVID safety precautionsThe countdown to summer is on for many. CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock went to Asbury Park to see how small businesses are feeling about the fast approaching high season and what plans are being made.

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New Jersey Department of Health investigating Legionnaires’ Diseases clusterThe New Jersey Department of Health is investigating a group of Legionnaires’ diseases.

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Long Island woman among first in country to receive Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccineThe Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Long Island on Wednesday. A batch delivered to Northwell Health in Bay Shore immediately fell into the arms of a lucky patient who was discharged. Jennifer McLogan from CBS2 reports.

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NYPD asks New Yorkers to help fight the surge in graffiti across the cityThe NYPD is launching a new campaign to combat a surge in graffiti across the city, but there is no budget for it, so they are asking New Yorkers for help. Andrea Grymes from CBS2 reports.

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2 Van Gogh events coming to New York causing confusion among ticket buyersA tribute to one of the most famous artists of all time has created confusion and controversy in our region. Steve Overmyer from CBS2 reports.

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PSEG Long Island is preparing for the osprey breeding seasonSome supply teams on Long Island ensured that ospreys have a safe nesting site on Wednesday.

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Experts: People aged 55 and over have problems re-entering the world of work after losing jobs due to a pandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in millions of Americans losing their jobs. Some have been able to re-enter the world of work, but experts say that people aged 55 and over have particular difficulty doing this. Kiran Dhillon from CBS2 reports.

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New Rochelle Community marks a year since the first confirmed case of COVID-19It’s been a year since one of the first cases of the coronavirus was confirmed in our region. It was a lawyer in Westchester County. As the cases began to spread, fear and sadness brought the community together and moved forward more strongly; Dave Carlin from CBS2 reports.

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Food Giveaway helps thousands of households in the BronxA local chef helped feed thousands of families in the Bronx on Wednesday.

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The city is pushing to hold landlords accountable for dangerous conditionsThe city is pushing again to hold landlords accountable for dangerous conditions.

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NYC prosecutors urge the state to do more to stop attacks on transit workersNew York chief prosecutors urge the state to do more to stop attacks on transit workers through changes in the law. Natalie Duddridge from CBS2 reports.

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Community gathers in Brooklyn for a heartbreaking goodbye to the stabbing victimA ward gathered Wednesday for a heartbreaking goodbye to a husband and father who had lost their lives to help victims of a robbery in Brooklyn. Christina Fan from CBS2 reports.

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Crews at the scene of the East Side Apartment FireThe crews were in a six-story apartment building on the East Side at the scene of the fire on Wednesday.

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The African Ebola outbreak affects travelers arriving in the United StatesAn Ebola outbreak in parts of Africa will now affect travelers coming to the US.

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Far Rockaway residents were concerned about proposals to cut costs at Saint John’s Episcopal HospitalCutting beds, services and staff – these are three ways to cut costs at Saint John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway. Some residents fear it could mean life or death for patients in the area. Alice Gainer from CBS2 reports.

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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry deny allegations of bullyingPrince Harry and Meghan Markle are pushing back against allegations of bullying.

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