Weather in New York: CBS2 23/11 night view at. 23.00CBS2’s John Elliott has your weather forecast for November 23 at. 23.00
Web Extra: Opening night at ‘Clyde’s’ on BroadwayThe new play “Clyde’s” opened on Broadway on November 23, 2021.
‘Hotspotting the opioid crisis’ aims to prevent overdosesSo many families have felt the pain of losing a loved one due to an overdose of drugs, and now new artificial intelligence technology is being used to prevent such tragedies; It reports Natalie Duddridge from CBS2.
‘Clyde’s’ opens on Broadway, will stream performances over the past 2 weeksThe new Broadway play “Clyde’s” officially opened Tuesday night, and the show is taking unusual steps so more people can see it; It reports Ali Bauman from CBS2.
Some hosts for the Thanksgiving party ask guests to take COVID testsThis Thanksgiving everyone wants to celebrate with their loved ones after many skipped family reunions last year, but now some are being asked to get a COVID test before sitting down at the dinner table; It reports Christina Fan from CBS2.
Man remanded in custody after allegedly shooting a 13-year-old boy in the BronxA man is in police custody after a 13-year-old boy in the Bronx became the latest victim of gun violence in the city. He was shot while on his way to school Tuesday morning; It reports Jessica Layton from CBS2.
90% of Thanksgiving travelers expected to drive this yearIf you are going on holiday, you are not alone. Ninety percent of people who go somewhere for Thanksgiving are expected to drive this year; It reports Cory James from CBS2.
Weather in New York: CBS2 23/11 Evening view at. 18.00CBS2’s John Elliott has your weather forecast for November 23 at. 18.00
Video shows Bjørn closing the front door on command in NJA woman in Vernon, New Jersey, has an encounter with a bear you must see to believe.
Driver seen driving on sidewalk in WilliamsburgSomeone was caught on camera driving on a sidewalk in Brooklyn on Tuesday.
The New York Botanical Gardens annual holiday train show returns for 30 yearsA holiday tradition is back in all its glory in New York’s botanical garden after having limited capacity last year due to the pandemic; It reports Jenna DeAngelis from CBS2.
NY City Council approves plan to ozone GowanusCity Council has given the green light to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to make some major changes to Brooklyn’s Gowanus neighborhood.
Federal leaders believe the expansion of the Second Avenue subway will finally get the green lightAfter stalling for years, state and federal leaders believe the expansion of the Second Avenue subway will finally get the green light, but the federal government must still approve three new stations in East Harlem; CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
The New York Attorney General is investigating allegations of sexual assault by former teachers in the Babylon school districtAttorney General Letitia James is investigating the Babylon School District following a flurry of abuse allegations of former teachers’ sexual behavior; It reports Jennifer McLogan from CBS2.
NASA will try to redirect the asteroidCBS2’s Vanessa Murdock reports on NASA’s first ever attempt to defend itself against an out-of-this-world threat – an asteroid.
US Airman on mission to bring cat home againA U.S. Air Force sergeant has asked a rescue organization for help in getting a cat from the Middle East to the United States.
Olivia Rodrigo, Jon Batiste dominate the Grammy nominationsThe Grammy nominees are out and there are surprises; Anthony Pura reports for CBS2.
‘Clyde’s’ will stream the last 2 weeks of performances in JanuaryA new Broadway play takes an unusual step to give access to more theater-goers.
Long Island educator walks 300 miles in 6 days to raise awareness of students’ mental healthAn educator from Long Island is on a mission to raise awareness of students’ mental health during the pandemic, and he does so dramatically, walking hundreds of miles this week across Suffolk County; It reports Carolyn Gusoff from CBS2.
Bronx executives are urging consumers to shop locally for ThanksgivingWith two days until Thanksgiving, many people make their last-minute purchases for the big meal, and while some choose to go to big chain stores, leaders in the Bronx encourage people to shop locally; Leah Mishkin reports for CBS2.
The city council approved the NY Blood Center’s expansion projectThe center wants to transform its three-story Upper East Side headquarters into a 16-story, state-of-the-art life science center in the middle of a residential street.
Man in wheelchair beaten, robbed by a group of suspects in the BronxA man was beaten, robbed and dragged from his wheelchair in the Bronx.
Queens Man attacked with metal pipe, suspect at largeA man on his way to work was attacked with a metal pipe during a violent robbery earlier this month in Queens. It reports Natalie Duddridge from CBS2.
The busiest day of the year at Hunts Point Produce MarketThe Bronx wholesale market will distribute more than 30 million pounds of products throughout the metropolitan area.