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Mayor Eric Adams, officials provide update on NYPD officer shot in BronxMayor Eric Adams, NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell and officials provide an update on the police officer who was shot in the Bronx Tuesday.

Weather in New York: CBS2 1/18 nightly weather forecast at. 23.00CBS2’s John Elliott has your January 18 weather forecast at 6 p.m. 23.00

Rudy Giuliani, 3 others convened by 1/6 committeeRudy Giuliani and three others who challenged the results of the 2020 election have been summoned by the Committee of Representatives investigating the attack on the US capital.

Free COVID tests now available online through USPSWith COVID tests in high demand, the free home test kits promised by President Joe Biden are now available.

Parents across the Tri-State are still worried about sending children to school in the midst of the COVID waveCOVID cases are falling in New Jersey and New York, but despite the trend, some parents are still concerned; It reports Jessica Layton from CBS2.

Hundreds Gather in Honor of Michelle Go, Woman Killed in Metro Push Event in Times SquareHundreds gathered Tuesday night in Times Square to honor the life of a woman who was pushed to her death into an oncoming subway train; It reports Ali Bauman from CBS2.

Neighbors heartbroken after deadly Bronx house explosionNeighbors are crushed after Tuesday’s deadly house explosion in the Bronx, but their communities are gathering; It reports Dick Brennan from CBS2.

Investigators are investigating the cause of the deadly Bronx house explosionInvestigators are investigating whether a burning explosion in the Bronx that killed one woman and injured eight others was caused by gas; It reports Cory James from CBS2.

NYPD officer shot during confrontation with armed suspect in BronxAn NYPD officer was shot after a confrontation with an armed suspect in the Bronx Tuesday night; It reports Ali Bauman from CBS2.

Hundreds gathered in Times Square to remember Michelle GoVigils took place in San Francisco and Times Square to honor Michelle Go, the woman who was pushed to death in front of an oncoming subway train over the weekend; It reports Ali Bauman from CBS2.

Cleanup continues after deadly Bronx building explosionCrews continued to clean up trash Tuesday night after a deadly apartment building explosion in the Bronx; It reports Cory James from CBS2.

Weather in New York: CBS2 18/1 evening view at. 18.00CBS2’s John Elliott has your January 18 weather forecast at 6 p.m. 18.00

New York City is launching the ‘Winter Outing’ campaign with special discounts and offersNew York City executives on Tuesday started a month of motivation for the struggling tourism industry. The campaign is called NYC Winter Outing. Hotels, shows, museums and restaurants all offer a unique experience at a fraction of the usual price; It reports Lisa Rozner from CBS2.

CT Mental Health Services for children after overdose of studentsConnecticut Governor Ned Lamont and other officials are reminding parents of available mental health services for children after a 13-year-old boy died of a fentanyl overdose at school.

Search for woman accused of harassing children in BrooklynPolice are looking for a woman wanted for aggravated harassment in Brooklyn.

LIRR riders want heated waiting rooms that are open for extended hoursRiders on Long Island Rail Road say they get the cold shoulder while trying to stay warm. Heated waiting rooms at the station open later and close earlier; It reports Jennifer McLogan from CBS2.

Governor Kathy Hochul at the front of the governor’s race poll announces Bill De Blasio that he is not runningIn the New York gubernatorial race, Gov. Kathy Hochul is far ahead in a new poll. She raises millions of dollars while a prospective opponent decides he is not running; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.

Vigil to be held for subway attack victim Michelle GoA shift is set to begin Tuesday night for a New Yorker who was a diligent businesswoman and a dedicated volunteer. Michelle Go was killed Saturday after she was pushed in front of an oncoming subway train at Times Square station; CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.

1 killed, 8 wounded in Bronx house explosionOne person was killed and eight others were injured when a home exploded in the Bronx Tuesday; It reports Jenna DeAngelis from CBS2.

A look at Lionsgate Studios YonkersA new film studio has opened in Westchester County, and the company responsible for the project says it will be the largest of its kind in the entire Northeast; CBS2’s Nick Caloway got an insight into Lionsgate Studios Yonkers.

GRAMMY Awards moved to Las VegasThe GRAMMY Awards have been moved to a new date and a new location this year.

Broadway will pay tribute to Sidney Poitier by dimming the lightsBroadway will pay tribute to the groundbreaking actress Sidney Poitier.

Broadway industry optimistic despite COVID wave putting a damper on recovery effortsThe recent rise in COVID cases has put a damper on Broadway’s recovery efforts, but the industry remains optimistic; It reports Dave Carlin from CBS2.

Senate Democrats are debating new bill on voting rightsSenate Democrats are debating a new bill on the right to vote, but there are major obstacles to overcome; Natalie Brand reports for CBS2.


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