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Mayor Adams promises to bring ‘Swagger’ back in NYC’s fight against COVIDCBS2’s Marcia Kramer has more about the new mayor’s request to get companies to bring their workers back to city offices.

‘Jersey Boys’ Still Going Strong Off-BroadwayWhile many shows have had cancellations during this recent COVID-19 rise, Broadway is still open for business. Off-Broadway is back, too. And one of the shows, “Jersey Boys,” still impresses audiences. It reports Jenna DeAngelis from CBS2.

New York Weather: 1/3 Monday CBS2 Weather HeadlinesCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has a look at the weather forecast.

Gov. Kathy Hochul proposes term restrictions for nationwide elected officialsThis includes the offices of governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and control master.

Bruce Blakeman has been sworn in as Nassau County ExecutiveRepublican Bruce Blakeman was sworn in as county chief after beating incumbent Laura Curran in a close race in November. It reports Carolyn Gusoff from CBS2.

Governor Ned Lamont says the community is expanding in ConnecticutLamont says his administration is working on handing out COVID tests at home.

Some suburban schools decide to temporarily distance themselves completelyMany suburban school districts in our area are starting the new year by going astray. Dozens of districts in New Jersey, Long Island and Westchester have COVID cancellations of personal instruction. It reports Tony Aiello from CBS2.

Former President Trump, Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump, Jr. The conventionNew York Attorney General Leititia James has issued subpoenas for former President Donald Trump and his two eldest children.

NYC Mayor: Students are safest back in schoolAmid a growing number of COVID-19 cases, New York City public schools returned to the classroom Monday after the holiday break. It reports Lisa Rozner from CBS2.

Winter storms and coastal floods are taking root in parts of southern New JerseyMonmouth County has to do with snow and windy weather, but that does not stop kids from having a little fun in the snow. It reports CBS2’s Meg Baker.

Winter storm means fun in the snow for someHeavy snow in Ocean County meant some good times for kids and trouble for adults. It reports Vanessa Murdock from CBS2.

Andrew Cuomo’s lawyer says Manhattan DA will not bring charges in connection with deaths in nursing homesThe lawyer says he was contacted by the DA’s office, who said there was no evidence that any laws had been broken and they have closed the investigation. But when CBS2 contacted the DA’s office, they did not confirm it and declined to comment.

Police: Jennifer Ynoa and her dog shot down in Bed-Stuy BodegaPolice are looking for the man who shot dead a woman and her dog inside a bodega in Brooklyn on Sunday night. It reports CBS2’s Alice Gainer.

For some NJ students, it’s back to school; Others learn remotelyIt was back to school Monday for kids in New Jersey, though not everyone was in the classroom. Some districts started the new year with distance learning. It reports Kevin Rincon from CBS2.

Mayor Eric Adams: Private companies should consider returning to office, NYC’s economy needs itDespite the worrying and ever-increasing number of COVID-19 cases in New York City, Mayor Eric Adams is urging businesses and financial institutions to stop their dependence on teleworking and bring their employees back to work. He says the city’s financial health depends on it, reports CBS2’s Marcia Kramer.

Bushwick florist robbed of armsPolice are looking for a man who, they say, robbed a flower shop in Brooklyn with gunshots on New Year’s Day. (Credit: NYPD)

Gov. Hochul provides the latest COVID updateGovernor Kathy Hochul provides latest update on COVID response, Omicron variant and more in New York.

New York Weather: How Long Does the Snow Last?CBS2’s Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.

NY AG sues Trump and childrenNew York Attorney General Letitia James has issued subpoenas to former President Donald Trump and two of his children – Don Jr. and Ivanka.

Mayor Adams insists schools are safe when students return from breaksNew York City students returned to school Monday after the holiday break, amid a growing number of COVID cases. Mayor Eric Adams says his administration has no plans to convert to distance learning, pointing to the low transmission rate in classrooms. CBS2’s John Dias has the story.

The FDA approves Pfizer Booster for children ages 12 and upThe booster now goes to the CDC for final approval.

Snow piles up in parts of New Jersey, flooding elsewhereCBS2’s Meg Baker reports on conditions in Manasquan.

Update of UFT shares upon return to schoolsUnited Federation of Teachers Michael Mulgrew holds a press conference as New York City elementary school students return to their classrooms after the holidays.

Hunts Point Robbery captured on videoThe NYPD wants your help identifying two suspects who robbed a 19-year-old man with weapons in Hunts Point.


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