Pentagon Announces Last U.S. Troops Have Left AfghanistanThe last U.S. flight out of Afghanistan left at 3:29 p.m. Eastern time, Gen. Kenneth McKenzie said.

New York State Eviction Moratorium Set To Expire, Legislature To Meet On ExtensionThe New York State Legislature plans to hold a special session Wednesday and is expected to extend the moratorium through mid-January. 

81-Year-Old Shot By Stray Bullet, 2nd Man Wounded On Upper West SidePolice said the gunman got out of a car and started arguing with another man.

Car Plunges Into Water Off Bridge Near Howard BeachThe FDNY said a woman was able to make it to the shore with no injuries. 

Lifeguard Keith Pinto, 19, Killed By Lightning Strike In Berkeley Township, N.J., 7 Other People InjuredWitnesses said the conditions were initially clear and sunny, leaving no signs that a dangerous storm was moving in. And it left them no time to take cover.

Restaurants Around Tri-State Area Pay Tribute To U.S. Service Members Recently Killed In AfghanistanMohammad Karimi of Queens showed photos of his family in Afghanistan, which they destroyed after sending him because of their fears of the Taliban.

CBS News Live Updates: Ida Causes Widespread Damage And Power Outages Along Louisiana CoastSearch and rescue operations are underway after Hurricane Ida slammed the Louisiana coast, leaving about 1 million homes and businesses without power, including the entire city of New Orleans.

NYC Emergency Crews, Red Cross Head To Louisiana To Help With Ida Aftermath: We Want To Return The FavorIdas powerful winds and thrashing rain plunged more than a million people into the dark, including all of New Orleans. 

Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You Get Another Relief Payment?A spike in COVID cases is still preventing the ongoing economic recovery from reaching millions of Americans, though a fourth stimulus check could help.

Brooklyn Residents Rally To Save Whats Left Of Grand Prospect Hall From DemolitionThe Grand Prospect Hall was built more than 120 year ago and now a group is fighting for its future.

Long Lines At US Open Due To Late-Arriving Crowds And Bag Screenings, Not COVID Vaccine Checks, USTA SaysThe lines reportedly extended from the stadium entrance all the way back to the Mets-Willets Point subway station.

Some New Jersey School Districts Reopen Classrooms As States COVID Numbers RiseCOVID numbers in New Jersey are reaching the highest theyve been since May.

Gov. Hochul Praised For Getting Out In Front Of NYCs Subway Snafu; Next, Shes Expected To Tackle Eviction MoratoriumIt was the morning after a massive subway meltdown -- 7:15 a.m. -- and if New Yorkers wanted to know where their governor was, the answer was simple.

Broadway League Launches This Is Broadway Campaign To Promote Comeback After PandemicThe Broadway League launched the This is Broadway campaign with a striking short film narrated by Oprah Winfrey.

Exclusive Video: 1 Dead Following Altercation Between Mount Vernon City WorkersA long-simmering dispute between two Mount Vernon city workers led to deadly violence.

Back-To-School Lunch Ideas For Healthy, All-Day EnergyAs kids head back to school, lunch time is going to look a bit different. 

With COVID-19 Still A Big Problem Nationwide, Large Percentage Of Nurses Struggling With BurnoutA survey earlier in the pandemic found 62% of intensive care nurses are burned out. Now were seeing the long-term impact of that over-work.

More Than A Dozen Long Island School Districts Are Developing Specific Classes To Teach About 9/11School districts across the Tri-State Area are making plans this week to commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and extend the history lesson all year.

Gov. Hochul Calls For Investigation Into Unprecedented Power Surge That Shut Down Subway Lines, Forced EvacuationsA battery-powered back-up system engaged to keep the subway system running, but it didnt revert back to Con Ed power when it was available.

Gov. Hochul Calls For Special Legislative Session With Eviction Moratorium Due To Expire TuesdayGov. Hochul is reminding New Yorkers that rent relief funds remain available for those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

NYPD: Person In Custody After Man Stabbed During Morning Commute On Brooklyn SubwayWitnesses told CBS2 it started when two men got into a fight on the train.

JOuvert Celebration Postponed Again Because Of Coronavirus PandemicThe annual event typically starts before dawn, celebrating Caribbean culture, music, food, history and people.

Lane Changes On Brooklyn-Queens Expressway Greet Drivers During Monday Mornings CommuteThe days of the BQE having three lanes are ending. On Monday, drivers in both directions will start sharing two lanes.

Its Not Just Tennis Competition, Its Food Competition: Field Trip Chef JJ Johnson On Bringing Rice Bowls To US OpenCelebrity chef JJ Johnson talks with us about bringing his famous rice bowls back to the US Open and what fans can expect when they check out his Field Day cuisine in Flushing Meadows.

New Owners Of Brooklyns Grand Prospect Hall File Demolition PermitsThe Victorian-era banquet hall has been the location of countless weddings, bar mitzvahs and graduations for decades.

Live Updates: Ida Downgraded After Making Landfall In Louisiana; At Least 1 Death ReportedThe now-tropical storm slammed into land as an extremely dangerous Category 4 hurricane Sunday.

Manhattan Woman Delia Grace Celebrates 108th Birthday At St. Patricks CathedralWhen asked what she wanted to do to mark the occasion, Grace said, Go to church and give thanks to God.

Former Head Of FDA Says COVID-19 Vaccine Could Be Available For Kids By Early WinterDr. Scott Gottlieb, currently a member of Pfizers board of directors, predicted Sunday that the drug companys COVID-19 vaccine could be available to children younger than 12 by early winter.

NYC Deploys Experienced Response Crew To Assist With Hurricane Ida Operations In LouisianaOfficials said 83 specially-trained personnel from the NYPD, FDNY and the citys Office of Emergency Management, along with 6 NYPD Emergency Services Unit members are on their way to Louisiana.

Long Island Parents Protest NYS School Mask MandateWith less than a week before many schools start, the debate over a mask mandate continues to take center stage.

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Press Conference: Gov. Murphy Update On COVID, Vaccines and MoreGov. Phil Murphys Monday, 8/30/2021 update on COVID, vaccinations and more in New Jersey.

Press Conference: Mayor De Blasios Monday 8/30 Update On COVID & MoreMayor Bill de Blasio holds a briefing on COVID response, recovery, and Monday nights subway service disruptions.

Gov. Hochul Gives Update On MTA OutageGov. Kathy Hochul and MTA officials give update on overnight subway service disruptions.

Rally Held In NYC Demanding More Resources For Trapped AfghansDemonstrators took to the streets of New York on Saturday, demanding more resources to rescue thousands of Afghans still trapped in Afghanistan; CBS2s Thalia Perez reports.

President Biden Signs Bill Awarding Congressional Gold Medal To Harlem HellfightersPresident Joe Biden has signed legislation that awards the Congressional Gold Medal to the Harlem Hellfighters.

Metropolitan Correctional Center To Temporarily Shut DownThe United States government says it will shut down the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Lower Manhattan where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself two years ago.

President Biden Vows To Avenge Deaths In AfghanistanThursday was the deadliest day in Afghanistan in a decade after at least two blasts tore through crowds outside the airport in Kabul; CBS2s Dick Brennan reports.

Jericho Student Eager To Return To Classroom For First Day Of SchoolThe first day of school is early in a few districts in New York, but for some students, it couldnt come soon enough; CBS2s Steve Overmyer reports.

19-Year-Old Pilot Zara Rutherford Touches Down In New York City During Attempt To Break World RecordThis Womens Equality Day, were introducing you to a young woman whos trying to level the airfield, flying high to break a world record; CBS2s Jenna DeAngelis reports.

Retired Flight Attendant Walking From Boston To New York To Honor 20th Anniversary Of 9/11As we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11, a retired flight attendant is honoring crew members lost in the attacks by walking from Boston to New York; CBS2s Maurice DuBois reports.

MTA, Transportation Departments To Hold Public Meetings On Congestion PricingPublic meetings on New York Citys congestion pricing plan will begin in September.

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