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NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea discusses challenges, his future and more ahead of the December 31 retreatCBS2’s Kristine Johnson sat down with NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea to talk about the challenges he faced and more.
Weather in New York: CBS2 12/14 Night forecast at 11 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for December 14th at 11pm
New York City landmarks lit up in light blue celebrate MLS Cup victorySeveral New York landmarks were illuminated in light blue to celebrate NYCFC’s championship victory this weekend.
Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame inducts James BrownNFL Today host James Brown was inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
The trucking industry is particularly affected by the staff shortageStaff shortages are happening everywhere, and trucking is a particularly hard hit industry. A shortage of drivers is just one of the many impacts; Cory James of CBS2 reports.
New York’s childhood immunization mandate now in effectNew York’s childhood immunization mandate went into effect Tuesday; CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.
Bronx fire damages 3 buildings, injures 4A rapid fire in the Bronx sent four people to hospital on Tuesday.
20-year-old man shot dead at Flatbush grocery storeA bodega employee in Brooklyn was shot dead while on the job.
NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea on the Department’s FutureNYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea is finishing his final weeks in office.
First woman to be named new NYPD commissionerA nationwide search for the NYPD’s next best cop ends here in New York City. Mayor-elect Eric Adams is expected to announce Wednesday that he has chosen a woman to lead the NYPD for the first time in the history of the department; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has more.
Andrew Cuomo ordered to give up money from book contractFormer Governor Andrew Cuomo has been ordered to forgo the millions of dollars he was paid to write a book on his response to the pandemic.
Firefighters tackle fire alarm building in AstoriaMore than 100 firefighters battled a blaze at an apartment building in Astoria, Queens on Tuesday.
NYC May See Cases Of Wave Of Omicron VariantsAn explosion of the Omicron variant could be in the future for New York City with cases already on the rise; CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.
Keechant Sewell to be named next New York Police CommissionerCBS2 has learned that Eric Adams has hired the first woman to lead the NYPD.
“Shop With A Hero” Brings First Responders To Families In Need This Weekend In NewarkA new group of heroes are teaming up to spread the holiday cheer this weekend. United Company Corporation Executive Director Craig Mainor stopped by CBSN New York to learn more about the Shop with a Hero event and how you can help too.
Weather in New York: CBS2 12/14 Evening forecast at 6 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for December 14th at 6pm
Ramapo police and firefighters release deer stuck in fenceRamapo police and firefighters joined forces to rescue a trapped deer.
‘Fearless Girl’ statue to remain near New York Stock ExchangeThe “Fearless Girl” will continue to stand tall in Lower Manhattan.
MTA to redevelop bus depot in Jamaica for new all-electric fleetThe MTA plans to redevelop the Jamaican Bus Depot in Queens to fully support a fully zero-emission fleet.
Which are the most affordable: carpooling or yellow taxis?When carpools first appeared years ago, they promised more affordable and fairer trips, but now, as the demand for carpools increases, CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon has verified the most cost-effective ways to get around.
Rodney Harrison appointed Suffolk County Police CommissionerOutgoing NYPD Head of Department Rodney Harrison has been appointed Suffolk County Incoming Police Commissioner; CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
Ethics Committee votes Cuomo must return the proceeds of his briefsA state ethics committee has voted that former Gov. Andrew Cuomo must return millions of dollars in proceeds from a brief released while in office.
Newark restricts who can distribute food to homeless peopleThe city of Newark is trying to restrict who can distribute food to homeless people. The mayor said a permit would now be required, but as CBS2’s Nick Caloway reports, Newark officials initially attempted to ban donating food in public places altogether.
New Jersey woman accused of killing her husbandA woman is accused of killing her husband in Middletown, New Jersey.