New York weather: CBS2 7/21 nightly forecast at 11 p.mCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for July 21 at 11pm
Bronx businesses frustrated by unlicensed vendors occupying sidewalksA franchise battle is heating up in the Bronx, where unlicensed vendors are being accused of occupying sidewalks, bus stops and even walkways; CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reports.
The bull remained on the island for more than a day after escaping from the farmThe Long Island Orchestrating for Nature Group is currently trying to lure a bull bull using a cow.
President Biden ponders how to investigate the January 6 resurrectionThere was a fight on Capitol Hill over the January 6 uprising, and the president weighed in on how it should be investigated; CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.
Mayor De Blasio is harsh with health care workers who refuse to shoot COVIDAcross the country, 100 million Americans remain unvaccinated, including some workers at New York City hospitals. Mayor Bill de Blasio got fed up and got tough on the paramedics who denied the shooting; CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.
Argenis Rivas arrested after allegedly hitting 4-year-old boy with dirt bike in QueensAn arrest has been made after a three-day manhunt for a suspect accused of torturing a 4-year-old boy in Queens Park. Police say they found his guy because of a social media post and an attempt to place blame; CBS2 by Cory James reports.
3 women targeted in disturbing crimes in Inwood ParkPolice are investigating three different disturbances in Inwood Hill Park.
USWNT’s 44-match unbeaten streak ended with a 3-0 loss to Sweden ThụyWe haven’t even had an opening ceremony yet, but we may have witnessed the biggest shock of the Summer Olympics.
New York weather: CBS2 Evening forecast July 21 at 6 pmCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for July 21 at 6pm
Bees kicked out of Times Square for the second timeBees take over Times Square again.
Google Maps to track crowds on public transportGoogle Maps will soon help commuters avoid crowded public transport.
The woman looking for the family of the recipient of the purple heartThe Purple Heart, the nation’s oldest military decoration, is given to those who have died or been wounded in combat. Nearly 2 million have been awarded, but over the years some have been lost. CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff has the story of a medal’s adventure and the effort to bring it home.
Long Island Food Festival Organizers Worry Business Won’t Survive Without Financial HelpA major food festival on Long Island has been closed since before the pandemic hit. Organizers worry business would not exist without financial help, which would affect event-based vendors; CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Breakthrough COVID cases in tri-state region make up a fraction of new infectionsThe new numbers show that breakout COVID cases in the Tri-State Area account for a fraction of new COVID cases.
Boiling Water Advisory Issued to Thousands in Ocean CountyA boil water advisory went into effect for thousands of people in Ocean County after E. coli was found; CBS2’s Meg Baker reports.
Woman with broken hammer Jewish School in WilliamsburgGovernor Andrew Cuomo said the state’s Hate Crime Task Force was investigating an anti-Semitic attack in Brooklyn.
Arrest made in illegal dirt bike crash that injured boyAn arrest has been made in the case of a 4-year-old boy being hit by a dirt bike in Queens.
Capturing Deadly Hit-and-Run Yonkers With Motorcyclists ParticipatingAn arrest has been made in a fatal car crash on Interstate 87. Police say a motorist cut a motorcycle, forced a collision, then walked away; CBS2’s Tony Aiello reports.
Norway’s women’s beach handball team fined for refusing to wear bikini uniformsNorway’s women’s beach handball team has been fined more than $1,700 for refusing to wear their bikini uniform. It is the latest in a series of seemingly discriminatory rules aimed at female athletes; CBS2’s Jessica Moore reports.
Kennedy Center reveals 2021 honoreesThe Kennedy Center has revealed the five artists it will honor in December.
Aquaculture Programs Grow thousands of oysters in Long Island harbors cảngOyster farmers on Long Island struggled. During the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurant demand for shellfish is very limited. Now, with a growing oyster surplus, several aquaculture programs are helping to purchase and grow thousands of 3- and 4-year-old oysters in harbors; CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
Community welcomes Staten Island High School Principal kicked out of hospital after battling COVIDA Staten Island high school principal has been discharged from the hospital after battling COVID for over a month. The community rallied around him throughout the entire ordeal and was there to give him a warm welcome home Wednesday; CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
‘Come From Away’ to perform on stage at the Lincoln memorialThe Broadway musical Come From Away, based on the tragic story of the aftermath of 9/11, will host a special performance to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the attacks.
9/11 Memorial and Museum Didn’t see the usual crowds after reopeningThis September will mark 20 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and like many other cultural facilities, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum has been closed during the pandemic. Although the museum has reopened, it does not see the usual crowds passing by; CBS2’s Alice Gainer reports.