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Amber Alert Issued For 1-Year-Old Boy From BrooklynNew York State Police have issued an amber alert in Brooklyn after someone stole a vehicle with an infant inside on Monday.
Singer Mariah Carey Meets Super Fan After Car Breaks Down In ManhattanSuperstar Mariah Carey had to ditch her ride and take a walk in the rain on the streets of Manhattan over the weekend, and it turned into the surprise of a lifetime for a big fan; CBS2’s Reena Roy reports.
Victim In Double Murder Had Texted Boyfriend To Break UpNew information has been released in the murders of a comedy club owner and his children’s nanny in a quiet neighborhood in New Jersey.
Long Island Lawmakers Pushing For Tougher Drunk Boating LawsLawmakers on Long Island want to make boating while intoxicated with a child on board a felony and revoke boaters’ drivers’ licenses; CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
Police Find Body Of Man Who Went Missing In Lake HopatcongThe body of a 24-year-old man who went missing in Lake Hopatcong has been recovered, and New Jersey State Police have now charged someone in the case.
Pedestrian In Critical Condition After Being Struck By Hit-And-Run DriverA woman is in critical condition at a Brooklyn hospital after being struck by a car in a crosswalk; CBS2’s Nina Kapur reports.
NYPD Still Searching For 4-Year-Old’s ParentsA 4-year-old girl was found alone, wandering the streets of Gravesend in Brooklyn on Monday; CBS2’s Christina Fan reports.
House Explosion In Millwood, Westchester CountyA house apparently exploded in Millwood on Monday afternoon; CBS2’s Dan Rice reports from Chopper 2.
Weekend’s Shootings Putting Increased Pressure On Trump, Congress To Enact Gun ReformsThere is stepped up pressure on President Trump and Congress to ban assault weapons and enact gun reforms after the weekend’s shootings; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Boy Scout Working On Eagle Scout Project Helps Rebuild NJ PlaygroundA Boy Scout working on his project to obtain his Eagle Scout rank turned to his sister for inspiration and ended up helping his entire community; CBS2’s Meg Baker reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 8/5 Evening Forecast at 5PMCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for Aug. 5 at 5 p.m.
Study Reveals Surprising Connection Between Acid Reflux, AllergiesThere’s a surprising connection between acid reflux and all sorts of allergies; CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Loved Ones Pay Final Respects To RFK’s GranddaughterThe Kennedy family gathered in Massachusetts to say goodbye to 22-year-old Saoirse Kennedy Hill.
More Companies Now Offering Homeowners Cash To Sell Home QuicklyFor those looking to sell their home quickly, more companies are offering homeowners cash on the spot, but this online, supposedly stress-free option still comes at a cost; Laura Podesta reports for CBS2.
Homeless Woman Arrested In Connection To Random StabbingA homeless woman has been charged with felony assault, accused of randomly attacking a man in New Rochelle; CBS2’s Tony Aiello reports.
Colts Neck Murders Suspect Pleads Not Guilty To Insurance FraudA New Jersey man charged with killing his brother, along with his brother’s wife and two children, pleaded not guilty to insurance fraud Monday.
How Do You Talk To Your Kids About Mass Shootings?An expert offered advice Monday about the best way to talk to kids about horrifying crimes like mass shootings; CBS2’s Andrea Grymes has more.
NJ Educators Find New Way To Crack Down On Vaping At SchoolEducators across New Jersey have been preparing for a new school year, including finding a new way to crack down on vaping on school grounds; CBS2’s Reena Roy reports.
Woman Allegedly Locked In Bus Luggage Compartment, Driver ArrestedA bus driver has been arrested after police say she locked a passenger in the luggage compartment.
NYPD’s John Miller: Are Mass Shootings A Contagion?The mass shootings in Texas and Ohio add to the country’s troubling statistics on gun violence. NYPD deputy commissioner John Miller talks with CBS This Morning about law enforcement’s assessments of the recent massacres.