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Westchester County Center reopens for COVID testingAnyone who experiences symptoms, or who has been exposed to COVID, will only be able to be tested by appointment.

The Hoboken Mask Mandate beginsFrom kl. 6 in the morning, anyone entering a public indoor space in Hoboken will be required to wear a face mask.

Westchester County Center reopens for COVID testingAnyone who experiences symptoms or has been exposed to COVID will only be able to be tested by appointment.

Flight cancellations continue as COVID staff shortages affect airlinesHundreds of flights have been grounded again on Wednesday as airlines deal with staff shortages.

W Train suspendedThe W train was suspended on Wednesday due to COVID shortage of staff at the MTA.

New York City doubles COVID tests for children in schoolsNew York’s COVID numbers continue to rise, as children prepare to return to the classroom next week. New initiatives have been announced for the city’s schools in another attempt to stop the spread and keep the schools open. It reports John Dias from CBS2.

The NYPD publishes video of person of interest in shooting off-service lieutenant in QueensIt happened December 16 in Woodside. Police say at least three armed men wearing ski masks tried to rob the unemployed lieutenant, who was shot several times.

Weather in New York: 29/12 Wednesday morning CBS2 weather reportsCBS2’s Elise Finch has a look at the weather forecast.

Weather in New York: CBS2 28/12 night view at. 23.00CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock has your weather forecast for December 28 at. 23.00

Wise Towers residents say the management company has failed to resolve issues in the buildingThere were two garbage compactor fires in NYCHA apartments Tuesday, and some residents say the dangerous problem could have been avoided; It reports Cory James from CBS2.

3 people rescued from massive house fire in Massapequa ParkA firefighter and three people are injured after a massive house fire in Massapequa Park on Long Island.

COVID cases continue to affect Broadway showsCOVID concerns have led to a closure announcement for the hit Broadway musical “Ain’t Too Proud”, and “The Music Man” has canceled a week’s performances after star Hugh Jackman tested positive; It reports Ali Bauman from CBS2.

Flight cancellations continue in the Tri-State area after ChristmasCancellations of flights have not slowed down after the holidays.

New COVID measures announced for NYC schools as positive cases hover over the stateNew York’s COVID numbers are sky high, and the virus is spreading faster here than any other state. New COVID measures for schools have now been announced; It reports Lisa Rozner from CBS2.

Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has died at the age of 82Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has died.

Hall Of Fame coach, Emmy-winning sportscaster John Madden dies at age 85Hall of Fame coach and Emmy-winning sportscaster John Madden has died at the age of 85; CBS2’s Andrew Brill reports.

Weather in New York: CBS2 28/12 Evening view at. 18.00CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock has your weather forecast for December 28 at. 18.00

Islanders match against Red Wings postponedWednesday’s New York Islanders game against Detroit has been postponed.

Actor Steve Buscemi got the key to New York CityActor Steve Buscemi is the latest New Yorker to receive a key to the city.

NEW Ball, 2022 numbers ready to go in Times SquareTimes Square is almost ready for this year’s New Year’s Eve.

New Jersey Nonprofit needs help after mailers asking for donations disappearA nonprofit organization in Sussex County, New Jersey, says it is in danger of not being able to help those in need after a mailing requesting thousands of donors disappeared without a trace from the post office; It reports Thalia Perez from CBS2.

Elected Mayor Adams announces 2 key appointmentsNewly elected Mayor Eric Adams has announced two appointments he describes as the key to his upcoming administration.

The New York City Racial Justice Commission approves ballot proposals for the 2022 general electionNext year, New Yorkers will be asked to vote on plans to promote racism. The New York City Racial Justice Commission has approved new ballots for the 2022 general election; It reports Christina Fan from CBS2.

Woman convicted of murdering 5-year-old out of New Jersey jailA woman convicted of murdering her 5-year-old in 1991 is out of jail in New Jersey; It reports Tony Aiello from CBS2.

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