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Dangerous heat expected in New York on TuesdaySome may seek relief at city-run cooling centers, others may find relief at area pools or beaches. CBS2’s John Dias reports from Coney Island.

New York weather: extreme heat and humidityCBS2’s Vanessa Murdock has the latest weather forecast.

Weather in New York: CBS2 forecast at 11:00 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has the latest news on the heat wave and when we can expect some relief.

Police investigate student rampage after NJ high school graduationCBS2’s Dick Brennan has more on the disturbing Glen Rock incident.

The Good Samaritan stabbed in the back in an altercation at the Staten Island ferry terminalCory James of CBS2 spoke to the young man who, along with another man, tried to stop someone from harassing a group of women.

Florida condo collapse: death toll now stands at 11CBS2’s Dick Brennan has more on the investigation as dozens of people are still missing.

NYPD officer shot dead with BB pistol in Staten IslandThe officer sustained a shoulder injury and should be fine. Reporting by Maurice Dubois from CBS2.

New footage released of wanted man in connection with Times Square filmingAli Bauman of CBS2 has more on the city plan to tackle gun violence in the region.

NYPD: 19-year-old shot in shoulder by stray bullet on UWSAlice Gainer from CBS2 has the latest.

Day camps welcome children with COVID protocols in placeMonday was the first day of camp for many children in the tri-state area. For some, it was their introduction to a new sense of normalcy. CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reporting.

New Jersey Shore July 4th fireworks canceled after out-of-control beach partyA video from last weekend shows people all over the streets of Pier Village in Long Branch after hosting a social media event.

Wires on the railroad tracks in River Edge, NJDan Rice reports from Chopper 2.

Regional Centers to Track Weapons Used in Connecticut CrimesGovernor Lamont is working with Senator Richard Blumenthal to create regional data centers to track weapons and vehicles used in gun crimes.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg tours the Hudson River tunnelsSenator Chuck Schumer took Buttigieg on a tour of the dilapidated and storm-damaged tunnels under the Hudson River, where Buttigieg took photos and heard with his own eyes how bad things were. CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reports.

Governor Cuomo’s essential workers monument project faces growing criticismGovernor Andrew Cuomo plans to build a monument in Battery Park City, in honor of essential workers in the coronavirus pandemic. But the project is the subject of growing criticism. CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reports.

Rescuers vow to continue searching for Surfside collapse survivorsRescue teams are working around the clock in South Florida, hoping to locate survivors of the deadly building collapse. But now no more heartache with the 10th confirmed person dead. Jessica Layton of CBS2 reports from Surfside.

Weather in New York: update Monday evening June 28 on CBS2Lonnie Quinn has the latest tri-state area forecast on CBS2 News At 5.

Fourth of July and Friday night fireworks return to Coney IslandThe shows are finally returning to the iconic beach and promenade after 23 months.

Family hope Governor Cuomo signs legislation requiring dealers to put airbags in used carsA Rockland County family is hoping Gov. Andrew Cuomo signs a used car airbag law, in part because the bill honors their son. But mostly because they believe it will save lives. CBS2’s Tony Aiello reports.

Groundbreaking opioid trial begins in Nassau CountyA precedent-setting lawsuit is underway in New York City, pitting the victims, their families, their cities and their communities in a class action lawsuit against a dozen drug companies. CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.

Moving day for homeless people staying at Hotel LucerneThousands of homeless people were taken out of New York shelters last summer and moved to hotels in a bid to protect them during the pandemic. Reports from Kevin Rincon of CBS2.

New push for answers in unsolved Gilgo Beach murdersThere is still no arrest of a suspected serial killer a decade after one of Long Island’s most notorious criminal cases. CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.

Drawbridge does not fall into place on the Hutchinson River WalkDan Rice reports from Chopper 2.

Study: Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines can provide immunity for years without booster shotsThere is potentially very good news about the duration of immunity after receiving the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. Reports from Dr. Max Gomez of CBS2.

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