Rare Wayne Gretzky hockey card sells for $ 3.75 millionA rare Wayne Gretzky collectible card sold for a record $ 3.75 million at auction.
New York Weather: CBS2 5/27 Nightly forecast at 11:00 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for May 27 at 11 p.m.
New York high school basketball teams stuck outside due to COVID concernsAs COVID restrictions eased, high school basketball players were eager to hit hardwood like NBA teams. Instead, they’re stuck on the outside; CBS2’s Nick Caloway reports.
Police investigate 3 incidents of juvenile luring in BrooklynPolice are investigating a series of disturbing luring incidents in Brooklyn.
Queens residents frustrated with loud music and drag racing in the neighborhoodLoud music and all-hour drag racing become a constant concern for the townspeople, who wonder when it will stop so they can sleep at night; CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Mayor De Blasio promises improvements to McGuinness Boulevard in Brooklyn after professor’s deathThe mayor has promised improvements on a busy Brooklyn street after a teacher was killed in a hit and run. The community gathered on Thursday to remember her life and demand a change; CBS2 Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
NYPD searches for suspect in Queens rape modelPolice are looking for a man accused of raping three teenage girls.
Caught on camera: Asian woman randomly attacked in QueensPeople are looking for a man who banged an Asian woman in Queens. The random attack was captured on surveillance video. It comes as Mayor Bill de Blasio announces more funding for anti-hate initiatives; CBS2’s Ali Bauman reports.
Caught on camera: Man attacks MTA employee at Harlem subway stationPolice are looking for a man who allegedly attacked an MTA employee on May 23, 2021 (NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Part of collapsing scaffolding on the Upper West SideThere was a partial collapse of scaffolding on the Upper West Side on Thursday.
Police are looking for people accused of robbing teenage girl in BrooklynBrooklyn Police are trying to find several people accused of assaulting and robbing a 16-year-old girl.
New York Weather: CBS2 5/27 Evening forecast at 6 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for May 27 at 6 p.m.
Bethpage air show returns after last year’s COVID cancellationMilitary planes are back in the air this weekend for the Bethpage Air Show. It was canceled last year due to the pandemic. Now the pilots are ready to take off. CBS2’s Alice Gainer joined a team for an open-air preview.
Scientists say early onset of algal blooms off Long Island means nitrogen pollution is getting worseScientists say the appearance of an algal bloom off Long Island early this week is a sign that nitrogen pollution is worsening. The so-called “mahogany tide” can be seen in the bays of Suffolk County, but there may be help ahead; CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New York City Council approves measure to expand housing voucher programThe New York City Council has approved a measure to expand the city’s housing voucher program.
Connecticut Governor Lamont signs legislation to legalize sports bettingGovernor Ned Lamont signed a law that would legalize sports betting and online gambling in Connecticut.
Local leaders introduce new legislation to end drag racing in New York CityIn the past year, there have been almost 3,000 drag racing complaint calls to 311. This is five times the number of calls made in the previous year. Some local leaders have introduced new legislation to end illegal activities in New York; CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reports.
South Bronx native Mario Ynfante helps kids cope with nonprofit WHEDcoFor children growing up in the Bronx, a charity offers a program that has given them a place to go. It also helps build their future. This is the subject of this week’s New York Snap Shot with CBS2’s Steve Overmyer.
New type of jellyfish found in back bays, rivers along the Jersey ShoreThere is a new type of jellyfish that stings in bays and rivers along the Jersey Shore. John Elliott of CBS2 traveled to Barnegat Bay with researchers from Montclair State University to trap and track this sticky pest.
Telemedicine, new device can help diagnose ear infections in children without going to the pediatricianOften the bane of many parents with young children is that child who cries in the middle of the night and has a sore ear. This usually means a trip to the pediatrician. Now CBS2’s Dr Max Gomez says telemedicine and a new smart device can make life a lot easier for parents and kids.
Plaque unveiled in honor of NYPD Detective Brian SimonsenA hero NYPD officer was honored Thursday in Queens.
Bakery says bread delivery driver is not entitled to workers’ commission after being injured in carjackingBread delivery man faces thousands of dollars in hospital bills after being turned away on the job, but bakery claims he is not entitled to workers’ compensation; Reports Cindy Hsu of CBS2.
Nassau County deploys body cameras for police officersNassau County is on the verge of investing $ 5 million in body cameras for its police force. It is one of the last major law enforcement agencies in the land to do so, and many Long Islanders say it is long overdue; CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
Hoboken senior center reopens after being forced to close during pandemicFor more than a year, the elderly centers, essential for the socialization of the elderly, were closed by the pandemic, but on Thursday the Hoboken elderly center reopened; Meg Baker reports from CBS2.
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