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Jussie Smollett found guilty of 5 out of 6 chargesThe former “Empire” actor was accused of orchestrating a racist, anti-gay attack on himself.

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Starbucks workers in Buffalo form first unionStarbucks employees in a Buffalo store have voted to join a union.

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Class action lawsuit against the transfer of detainees from Rikers IslandA class action lawsuit has been filed against the transfer of women and transgender people from Rikers Island to a state prison.

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First responders rescue kittens from the dryerA Long Island kitten nearly lost one of its nine lives in a dryer.

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NYPD: Police: Armed robber disguised as a UPS employeePolice are looking for three armed robbers who broke into an apartment in Morris Heights.

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Teaneck residents feel “absolutely injured” after numerous stolen checks from the post officeNew Jersey residents avoid the post office after checks are stolen and forged. Nick Caloway from CBS2 reports.

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Met to remove the surname Sackler from galleriesThe Sacklers, the museum’s great benefactors, made their fortune owning Purdue Pharma, the company accused of fueling the opioid crisis.

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Queens DA displays the latest arsenal of ghost weapons that have been confiscated by the authoritiesUndetectable “ghost weapons” are increasingly contributing to gun violence in New York City. Alice Gainer from CBS2 reports.

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The Chancellor of Incoming Schools, David Banks, faces high demands from the elected Mayor Adams, parentsDavid Banks will take office with a long list of demands from his new boss and the parents of nearly a million public school students. Marcia Kramer from CBS2 reports.

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NYC Council enables non-citizens to vote in city electionsNearly one million New York City residents are unable to vote in local elections due to their citizenship status, but that is subject to change. Thalia Perez from CBS2 reports.

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Nassau’s ‘Shop With A Cop’ partnerships with children who have had trouble with superheroesSome Long Island children who were struggling this year were invited to go shopping with their favorite superheroes. That’s what Jennifer McLogan reports from CBS2.

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New York Weather: CBS2’s 12/9 update Thursday nightLonnie Quinn has the latest forecast of the Tri-State Area on CBS2 News at 5 p.m.

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Sondheim Musical “Company” officially openedA popular musical by Stephen Sondheim officially opened on Broadway on Thursday.

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Christmas tree replaced after a fire in front of Fox News headquartersAccording to police, the homeless man faces several charges, including arson, for starting the fire.

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Groundbreaking ceremony for the restoration of the Brooklyn baseball fieldsThe groundbreaking ceremony took place on Thursday at Long Meadows Baseball Field in Prospect Park.

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Statues of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor will be auctionedThe sculptures, which were seen at pop-up exhibitions in Flatbush and Union Square, are being sold for charity.

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FDA approves prescription eye drops for improving near visionAs Dr. Max Gomez of CBS2 reports that most people in their mid-40s are sure to have blurry near vision.

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Biden calls on Russia to build troops near the border with UkraineThe president wanted to reassure his allies that the US is ready if Russia invades Ukraine.

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Gabby Petito’s father helps find Long Island’s missing mother, Melissa MolinariMother of four, Melissa Molinari, 38, has been missing for more than two weeks.

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NYPD releases video of a wild police chase in the Flatiron neighborhoodPolice said it started when officers pulled up next to a BMW linked to armed robbery of restaurant guests.

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NYC homeowners and renters offering properties for short term rentals must register with the city under a new billBig changes could happen in the short-term rental market in New York City. The city council is considering a bill requiring companies like Airbnb and their hosts to register with the city. Andrea Grymes from CBS2 reports.

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NY and NJ Port Authority intensifies recruiting efforts with a focus on diversityThe New York and New Jersey Port Authority wants to hire more police officers to bring more diversity and women to the force. Jenna DeAngelis from CBS2 reports.

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Governor Lamont wants to bring vaccine passports to ConnecticutConnecticut residents may soon have access to vaccination records, similar to the technology used in New York.

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Port Chester businesses stay 3 months after Ida. without electricityCBS2’s Jessica Moore explains how a bureaucratic struggle is keeping so many in Port Chester from getting back to work.

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