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Weather in New York: CBS2 forecast at 11:00 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weekly forecast, with a possible midweek warm-up before potential storms hit later in the week.

Feeling The Squeeze: Supply Chain Problems Making A Number On CharitiesCBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas examines how pantries are dealing with the lack of supplies as the holiday season approaches.

President Biden signs infrastructure billCBS2’s Dick Brennan has more on what this will mean for roads and bridges in the tri-state area.

NYC opens eligibility for COVID-19 booster shots to all adultsCBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.

NYPD: 4 men shot dead in front of Harlem BodegaThe police are looking for the gunman. CBS2’s Cory James has the latest news from the investigation.

The legendary Dionne Warwick’s social media prowess on display at the Newark Arts FestivalDionne Warwick has been making music for over 60 years. She won six Grammys and scored 56 top 100 hits. Now she’s a social media hit with an art installation to prove it. John Elliott of CBS2 has been on tour.

Newark Airport New Arrivals GuidelinesTSA and port authorities say travelers leaving Terminals A and B must arrive at least 2 hours before domestic flights.

Lawmakers want drivers who damage their cars on bad roads to recover the damage year roundMotorists across the state can sue for damage to their vehicles six months a year. Some Long Island lawmakers want year-round help for drivers hitting potholes, blowing tires and cracking windshields on state roads. CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.

MTA says rate hikes and service cuts are on hold until 2024With the money from the infrastructure bill directed to the tri-state area, the MTA is holding back rate increases and service cuts.

New York Planning Commission votes in favor of outdoor diningThere was a decision on Monday to make alfresco dining permanent in New York City.

High School QB has game day of a lifetime after losing mom to cancerA New Jersey high school football player experienced the game of his life after suffering a tragic loss. CBS2’s Nick Caloway spoke to the Red Bank Catholic High School quarterback about where he got his inspiration from.

Weather in New York: Monday night update of 11/15 from CBS2Lonnie Quinn has the latest tri-state area forecast on CBS2 News At 5.

Union HS students protest after football team withdraws from state playoffs amid COVID outbreakHundreds of students were angry with their college football team which was forced to forgo a state semifinal game due to COVID-19. They demonstrated in front of the Education Council building. Christina Fan of CBS2 reports.

NYPD report shows drop in some subway crimeA new report makes a drop in some subway crimes.

New drug designed to help people with asthma or psoriasis work wonders for some people with hair lossImagine losing your hair. We are not talking about a receding hairline or baldness. We are not talking about hair at all. CBS2’s Dr Max Gomez reports that there is an approved asthma and psoriasis drug that causes hair to grow back.

Thomas Jefferson statue to be transferred to the New York Historical SocietyThe city’s public design committee voted to remove the statue from the city council chamber.

NYPD seeks 3 suspects after fatal shooting of Jonathan Pena in BronxJonathan Pena, 32, was shot dead just days after his 32nd birthday. Her 14-year-old daughter is now trying to think about life without her father. CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reporting.

Food Banks Prepare For Greater Needs This Holiday SeasonExperts said persistent supply chain problems and labor shortages fueled by the pandemic are pushing up prices and making items harder to find. CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reports.

Biden signs $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure billBillions of dollars are directed to the tri-state area to repair bridges and roads and improve transit systems. CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.

Nassau County residents clean up after tornadoes leave the path of destructionThousands of people on Long Island are grappling with the aftermath of the multiple tornadoes that hit this weekend. CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock reports.

Alex Jones convicted of libel lawsuit against Sandy HookAlex Jones has been found liable for damages in lawsuits brought by Sandy Hook’s parents who shot victims over his allegations that the massacre was a “hoax”.

CT Nursing Home Reports 8 COVID-Related Deaths After Virtually All Residents and Staff Are ImmunizedA Connecticut nursing home says it’s a cautionary tale about the need for booster shots. Tony Aiello of CBS2 reports.

New York City makes COVID booster shots available to all adultsAnyone over 18 in New York City can now receive a booster shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. The guidelines haven’t changed, just their interpretation. Alice Gainer’s reports from CBS2.

Governor Murphy gives COVID update MondayGovernor Phil Murphy gives the latest update on the COVID pandemic, the vaccination campaign and more in New Jersey.


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