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Long Island turtles are facing an increasingly difficult journey to hibernate. Wildlife experts blame humansIt’s hard to be a turtle in the Hamptons. Experts say cars and other human hazards make it difficult for creatures to find a safe place to hibernate. Carolyn Gusoff from CBS2 reports.

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Crews fight large fire in Elizabeth, New JerseyThe fire started around 6 p.m. in a two-story building in Elizabeth. Chopper 2 is over the scene.

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Schools: The New Normal | NJ District faces a dilemma in November – a big tax hike or drastic cutsThe future of the Edgewater School District will be decided by voters in November. You have to choose between tax increases or drastic cuts in education. Kevin Rincon from CBS2 reports.

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Chinatown Mural Project aims to promote the local business with ‘Instagrammable’ artA community activist and artist have teamed up to help Chinatown businesses recover after being badly hit by the coronavirus pandemic. As Cindy Hsu from CBS2 reports, the team has a colorful idea.

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New York Weather: CBS2 10/5 Monday Night UpdateLonnie Quinn posted the updated Tri-State Area forecast for CBS2 News At 5.

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Bay Park sewage treatment plant receives a long-awaited solution after flooding houses and has been polluting the water since superstorm SandyLong Island has cleaner waterways and safer homes, where officials unveiled a converted water treatment plant on Monday. Carolyn Gusoff from CBS2 reports.

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Mobile mammograms: Project Renewal’s “Scan Van” helps underserved women with breast cancer screeningUnfortunately, during the coronavirus pandemic, many women postponed their mammograms. As Dr. Max Gomez of CBS2 reports that a mobile mammography unit helps underserved women with breast cancer screening.

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NYPD honors 46 members lost to COVID deaths at a ceremony at St. Patrick’s CathedralNYPD members gathered at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan on Monday for a solemn remembrance. Aundrea Cline-Thomas from CBS2 reports.

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Governor Murphy gives the go-ahead for trick or treatingThe New Jersey Health Department released safety guidelines reminding people to wear masks in addition to costumes and encouraged homeowners not to hand out candy from a communal bowl, among other things.

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26 year old man shot dead in Springfield Gardens, QueensThe NYPD said the victim had been targeted and the suspect rode a bike away from the scene.

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New York City Council evicts Bronx City Councilor Andy KingIt comes after an investigation by the ethics committee found that King was making inappropriate comments to an employee.

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Wild Crash: Mom accused of driving drunk in the car with children and crashing home on Long IslandA runaway SUV crashed into a house in Brentwood. Police say the woman behind the wheel was a drunk woman with children in the back seat. Christina Fan from CBS2 reports.

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Woman hit by police cruiser in the BronxThe police cruiser involved in the crash remains at the scene and traffic in the area is blocked. Kiran Dhillon from CBS2 reports.

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Governor Murphy: Targeted shutdowns “on the table” in some disturbing COVID-19 hotspots in New JerseyAfter months of flattening the curve, New Jersey has its highest number of coronavirus cases since spring. Nick Caloway from CBS2 reports.

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NYC parents in COVID hotspots are reacting to decision to close schools thereSchools in zip codes across New York City that are considered coronavirus hotspots will be closed for face-to-face learning starting Tuesday morning, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday. The parents try again to make adjustments. Hazel Sanchez from CBS2 reports.

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Unhappy with the lack of enforcement of the masks, Governor Cuomo is dismantling Mayor De Blasio’s plan for COVID-19 hotspotsWith the COVID-19 infection rate on everyone’s lips these days, Governor Andrew Cuomo is turning Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plans for a second shutdown in parts of New York City on its head. Marcia Kramer from CBS2 reports.

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President Trump says he will return to the White House on Monday, days after the COVID-19 diagnosisThe news comes as a coronavirus outbreak increases in the White House. Jessica Layton from CBS2 reports.

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Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks about school closingsA surge in coronavirus cases in certain hotspots in Brooklyn and Queens has led the state to order schools to close in those hotspots. Mayor Bill de Blasio discussed the decision.

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Police: Man happened to want to sit woman in the carThe police are looking for a man who they say hit a woman who was in her car in the Bronx. Katie Johnston reports.

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New York Governor Cuomo announces COVID-19 clustersGovernor Andrew Cuomo gives the latest update on the coronavirus pandemic as cases increase in some zip codes.

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NYPD Honors 46 Members Lost To COVID DeathsNYPD members gathered at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan on Monday for a solemn remembrance. Aundrea Cline-Thomas from CBS2 reports.

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NYC is trying to close schools, non-essential businesses in zip codes that are seeing COVID-19 spikesAlarming infection rates mean unnecessary businesses and public and private schools could close later this week. John Dias from CBS2 reports.

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Governor Murphy: Contact Follow-Up Begins After Pres. Trump’s Fundraiser In Bedminster, NJ200 people attended the president’s fundraiser, which he traveled to after his close advisor Hope Hicks tested positive for COVID-19.

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President Trump could be released from Walter Reed Medical Center todayWhite House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tested positive for COVID-19 days after Pres. Trump was hospitalized with the virus.

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