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The New York designer opens up her journey to her runway momentSeptember is National Hispanic Heritage Month and we’re shining a light on a rising star in the fashion world. Cenia Paredes is showing off her best of fashion feet and recently unveiled her new line at the Times Square Fashion Show. Lisa Rozner from CBS2 reports.

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New York Weather: CBS2 9/30 nightly forecast at 11pmVanessa Murdock of CBS2 has her weather forecast for September 30th at 11pm

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Trump, Biden return to campaigning after the first presidential debateAfter a night of insults and interruptions, changes are imminent for the next presidential debate. President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden were back on the campaign trail after Tuesday’s debate. Dick Brennan from CBS2 reports.

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Airlines could cut 36,000 more jobs without government aidThe aviation industry is preparing for tens of thousands of layoffs and vacations.

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Only on CBS2: Manhattan business owners find trash in the outdoor dining area overnightTwo Manhattan restaurants that have suffered a joint setback say the city needs to get its trash under control. Jenna DeAngelis from CBS2 reports.

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Queen’s mother of 3 killed after being hit by stray bullet in the houseA woman and mother of three were killed by a single stray ball in their Queens home on Wednesday. Cory James from CBS2 reports.

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New York Weather: CBS2 9/30 evening forecast at 6 p.m.Vanessa Murdock of CBS2 has her weather forecast for September 30th at 6pm

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The Senior Care Facility in Manhattan is hiring students to continue education during the pandemicThe pandemic disrupted the education of countless students but not a dedicated handful in a dedicated program at a senior care facility in Manhattan. The New Jewish Home hired students and put them on the payroll so they could continue their professional education. Tony Aiello from CBS2 reports.

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Theater walks in NYC on the goNew efforts are being made to get live theater going again in New York City during the pandemic.

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NYSC & Lucille Roberts parent company on trial for illegal feesThe parent company of the New York Sports Club and Lucille Roberts is facing a lawsuit on illegal charges.

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Nassau judge rejects property tax lawsuitA judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Nassau county homeowner alleging that the county’s new tax assessments violate his or her constitutional rights.

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Clare Bronfman convicted in NXIVM Sex Cult caseAn heir to the Seagram fortune will spend the next seven years behind bars for her role in the NXIVM Sex Cult case. She was convicted Wednesday after pleading guilty of identity theft and immigration crimes. Andrea Grymes from CBS2 reports.

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Music video “We Need You” hopes to entertain, inspire women to voteA group behind a new song about voting hopes to entertain and inspire. “We Need You” is aimed at women, but we want to attract more people to the presidential election, regardless of their gender. Dave Carlin from CBS2 reports.

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Max Minute: Companies working on manufactured antibodies as a COVID-19 treatmentTwo companies are working on manufactured antibodies that can treat or even prevent coronavirus infections. Dr. Max Gomez from CBS2 reports.

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Pop music sensation, feminist icon Helen Reddy diesThe popular music sensation and feminist icon Helen Reddy has died. As Natalie Duddridge of CBS2 reports, her songs changed a generation.

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Truck Strikes Bridge at Exit 22 on Hutchinson ParkwayA bridge in Westchester slowed traffic on the Hutchinson River Parkway on Wednesday.

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Ford issues recalls for over 700,000 vehiclesFord is issuing a recall for more than 700,000 vehicles due to problems with reversing cameras.

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NJ Handyman accused of placing hidden cameras in clients’ bathroomsParamus police have arrested a handyman who is accused of putting a hidden camera in a client’s bathroom and they say he did it not only in this town. Alice Gainer from CBS2 reports.

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Drunk driver who hit 12 year old boy scouts killedIt’s been exactly two years since the 12-year-old boy scout Andrew McMorris was hit and killed by a drunk driver. It’s been a long, painful journey for justice, but on Wednesday this driver was convicted. Jennifer McLogan from CBS2 reports.

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National Hispanic Heritage Month: Shedding light on fashion designer Cenia ParedesSeptember is National Hispanic Heritage Month and we’re shining a light on a rising star in the fashion world. She is showing her best fashion footer and has recently decorated billboards in Times Square. Lisa Rozner from CBS2 reports.

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NFL postpones Steelers-Titans game to Monday or TuesdayThe NFL is now experiencing its first postponement of the season due to the coronavirus; Otis Livingston from CBS2 reports.

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Changes expected in the second presidential debateExpect some changes in the next presidential debate after the chaotic clash on Tuesday evening. The night was filled with repeated interruptions and insults; Dick Brennan from CBS2 reports.

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Indoor dining resumes in NYC restaurantsFor the first time in months, New York restaurants are welcoming guests back home. Christina Fan from CBS2 reports.

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NJ Health Officials Focusing On Uptick In COVID Cases In Ocean CountyNew Jersey health officials are focused on an increase in COVID cases in Ocean County.

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