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Good Housekeeping Releases List Of Top Toys For 2019Good Housekeeping puts kids to work testing out hundreds of new toys that get ranked for creativity, educational value, and safety. CBS2’s Chris Wragge reports.

Elementary School Turns Out In Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness MonthStudents at Riverside Elementary in Rockville Centre started their school day by planting flowers outside and writing notes of support to cancer patients at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Center Center at Mercy Medical Center. CBS2’s Mary Calvi reports.

New York Weather: 10/23 Wednesday Afternoon ForecastCBS2’s Elise Finch reports. Expect lots of sunshine this afternoon with breezy conditions. Highs will be slightly warmer than yesterday in the mid-60s.

Iconic Charging Bull Sculpture Getting Repair After AttackThe iconic New York City sculpture near Wall Street is getting much needed repairs on Wednesday after being vandalized last month. Original artist Arturo Di Modica is supervising the repairs. CBS2’s Tara Jakeway reports.

‘Green Wave’ Initiative Aims To Help Protect Cyclists On StreetsWith the number of cyclists killed on the streets of New York rising, city transportation officials are unveiling a new safety program to give bike riders priority on some streets. CBS2’s political reporter Marcia Kramer reports.

Woman Sucker-Punched By Man On Street In HarlemA man was caught on camera punching a 68-year-old woman, apparently for no reason, outside her building in Harlem. The NYPD said she is the second person to be randomly attacked in a month. CBS2’s Christina Fan reports.

Officers Rescue Distraught 13-Year-Old Boy Threatening To Jump From Newark BuildingTwo police officers are being credited with rescuing a 13-year-old boy from the ledge of a third-floor fire escape where the youth was reportedly threatening to jump on Monday. CBS2’s Chris Wragge reports.

NYPD Officer Saved From Gunfire By Vest In Deadly Fight Outside Harlem BuildingThe 34-year-old, seven-year veteran of the force was shot once in his bullet-resistant vest. He was taken to the hospital in stable condition and has already been released. CBS2’s Reena Roy reports.

Jets Sound Off On Handling Of Darnold’s ‘Seeing Ghosts’ Comment While Mic’d Up On MNFThe New York Jets are disappointed and angry quarterback Sam Darnold‘s comment about him “seeing ghosts” made it on air during the “Monday Night Football” game. Geoff Petrulis reports.

Radio City Rockettes Rehearsing For Christmas SpectacularWith the winter holidays just around the corner, rehearsals are in full swing for this year’s Christmas spectacular.

New York Weather: 10/22 CBS2 Afternoon Weather HeadlinesCBS2’s Elise Finch has a look at the forecast.

Macy’s To No Longer Sell FurThe company says it will stop selling products containing fur by early 2021.

Jimmy Carter Hospitalized With Fractured Pelvis After Falling In His HomeFormer President Jimmy Carter has been hospitalized with a fractured pelvis after falling in his Georgia home Monday night, a spokesperson said in a statement. This is the second time 95-year-old Carter has taken a fall at his home in Plains this month.

4 Men Charged After Witnesses Clash With Police Over Shooting On Upper West SidePolice said the shooter – 28-year-old Raymond Johnson – escaped from a cruiser while in handcuffs. He was wrestled to the ground in the middle of traffic. CBS2’s Reena Roy reports.

Suspect Arrested In Fatal Shooting Of Food Delivery Driver In PatersonPetra Rhoden was working as a driver for DoorDash when she was shot multiple times around 10 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 4.

MTA, Bronx Officials Share Final Plans For Bus Service ImprovementsThe final plans for a redesign of the bus network in the Bronx were unveiled Tuesday.

Officials Hold Early Voting Rally At Manhattan ParkPoliticians and advocacy groups are trying to get the word out that for the first time in history early voting is a reality in New York state. CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reports.

Teens Who Allegedly Using Racial Slurs, Urinated On Victim At High School Football Game Face ChargesPolice say the boys called an African-American middle school-aged girl and her friends racial slurs, including the n-word. But that wasn’t where it ended.

Teen Accused Of Cyberbullying, Encouraging Elementary School Girl To Kill HerselfPolice have arrested a Franklin Borough teen and have charged him with cyber bullying.

Caught On Video: Man Hurls Incendiary Device At Masonic Hall In ChelseaThe terrifying moments in which a Molotov cocktail was thrown into the front entrance of a Manhattan Masonic lodge building were captured on camera. CBS2’s Marc Liverman reports.

Staten Island Officials Calling For Action About Invasive Species Of GrassOne local politician is blaming the large deer population for allowing Japanese stiltgrass to take hold. CBS2’s Nick Caloway reports..

Rockefeller Center Chooses Christmas Tree For Annual Holiday DisplayHalloween is 10 days away, but New York City is already getting in the Christmas spirit. Katie Johnston reports.

New York Weather: Oct. 21 Afternoon Weather HeadlinesCBS2’s Jeff Berardelli has a look at the forecast.

CC Sabathia Thanks FansCC Sabathia is saying farewell to New York and Yankees baseball, posting a message on social media.



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