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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle in New YorkTheir journey begins Thursday morning at the One World Trade Observatory.

Public meetings begin on congestion pricingThe first public meeting will be held today on congestion pricing in Manhattan.

Vote on the protection of food deliverersThe New York City Council is considering a package of bills that would provide a number of protections for app-based food couriers.

MTA to start imposing mask finesStrict new mask rules will take effect Thursday for all MTA riders. Anyone who refuses to comply risks paying a fine. CBS2’s John Dias reports.

Weather in New York: Rain on the wayCBS2’s Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.

Weather in New York: CBS2 9/22 Nightly forecast at 11 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for September 22 at 11pm

New York Public School ‘Medically Fragile’ Students Say Distance Learning Is Not EnoughMayor Bill de Blasio has strongly resisted calls for a distance learning option this school year, but two weeks into the semester and some students considered “medically fragile” are already falling behind. Ali Bauman of CBS2 sat down with a family in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn.

Groundbreaking filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles has passed awayMelvin Van Peebles, a very influential filmmaker, playwright and musician, has passed away.

Queens residents feel stuck in limbo 3 weeks after Hurricane IdaThe people of Queens are still suffering from the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, three weeks after the storm that hit our region. Now, many feel stuck in limbo; Cory James of CBS2 reports.

MTA cracked down on runners without masks with $ 50 fineMask or pay – this is the message of the MTA, cracking down on runners who refuse to wear masks; CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.

Court ruling allows NYC to enforce COVID vaccine warrant for school workersA court ruling on Wednesday means New York City can begin implementing its vaccine mandate for school workers on Monday; CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.

FDA clears Pfizer boosters for seniors, others at high riskThe FDA has given emergency use authorization for a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine for people over 65 and others with high-risk jobs.

26-year-old man found dead in Central ParkA man was found dead Wednesday in Central Park.

Amid Gabby Petito’s investigation, some wonder why missing people of color don’t receive the same level of national media coverageNational media coverage and advice have been of great help in the investigation into Gabby Petito’s disappearance, and some are now wondering why the same kind of attention is not being given to missing people of color; CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reports.

Weather in New York: CBS2 9/22 Evening forecast at 6 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for September 22 at 6 p.m.

Governor Kathy Hochul announces completion of major New York Power Authority projectDuring Climate Week, Governor Kathy Hochul announced the completion of a major project at the New York Power Authority’s Lewiston Pumping Station.

Special art exhibition at El Museo Del Barrio closes on SundayIt’s Hispanic Heritage Month, and this weekend is the last opportunity to see a blockbuster exhibition of contemporary works by Hispanic artists. Dozens of pieces are on display at the Museo del Barrio in East Harlem; Tony Aiello of CBS2 reports.

New York Department of Health Closes Harlem Legionnaires’ Disease Cluster InvestigationThe New York City Health Department has closed an investigation into a cluster of Legionnaires’ disease cases found in Harlem.

Homes in Queens still unlivable 3 weeks after Hurricane IdaThree weeks after Hurricane Ida hit the area, homes in Queens are still uninhabitable. Families in difficulty fear that their calls for help will never be answered; Christina Fan of CBS2 reports.

National media coverage of Gabby Petito disappearance raises questions over coverage of missing people of colorThe ongoing investigation into the death of Gabby Petito affects families near her home whose relatives are still missing. National media coverage and advice has been a big help, and some are now wondering why the same kind of attention is not being given to missing people of color; CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reports.

Another person dies in DOC custody as calls for reform grow louderAnother person has died in the custody of the Department of Corrections, this time at the Vernon C. Bain Jail Center in the Bronx. It comes as calls for reform, especially on Rikers Island, grow even stronger; CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reporting.

Families head to Apple Ridge orchards in early fallSummer is finished ! Fall officially started Wednesday afternoon at 3:20 pm CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock had the chance to enjoy one of the fun fall activities.

Season 41 of “Survivor” airs Wednesday on CBS“Survivor” returns Wednesday for the premiere of the 41st season.

‘Survivor’ winner Ethan Zohn shares his lymphoma survival storySeptember is Blood Cancer Awareness Month, and a man who is a survivor in every sense of the word is now sharing his story of hope with Lisa Rozner of CBS2.

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