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Increasing gun violence and threats to public safety dominate New York’s first democratic mayoral debateRising gun violence and threats to public safety dominated the first New York City mayoral debate between the eight leading Democratic candidates on Thursday. CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the highlights.

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New York Weather: CBS2 5/13 nightly forecast at 11pmCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has her forecast for May 13th at 11pm

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CBS sports reporter AJ Ross is pushing for a bill requiring zookeepers to be licensed after the dog diesHow did a trip to PetSmart become the death sentence for a 12 year old poodle? The latest case shows what animal lawyers identify as a growing problem for unlicensed zookeepers. The dog’s owner shared her pain and need for pet protection with CBS2’s Jessica Layton.

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Embassy of Hate outside the Brooklyn Islamic CenterPolice are looking for vandals spraying hateful messages outside an Islamic center in Brooklyn.

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CDC Announces Updated Mask Instructions As Children Eligible For COVID VaccineFor the first time on Thursday we saw children being vaccinated when they were 12 years old. The same day the CDC announced that if you were fully vaccinated you could take off the mask most of the time. Ali Bauman from CBS2 reports.

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Ferry crashes while trying to dock in BrooklynA ferry crashed into an inland barge in Brooklyn on Thursday evening.

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Police released pictures of suspects in unrelated underground attacksPolice released pictures of two of the suspects in two separate subway attacks that took place on Wednesday.

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New York Weather: CBS2 5/13 evening forecast at 6 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has her forecast for May 13th at 6pm

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The project for access to Metro-North Penn Station continuesGovernor Andrew Cuomo enables the resumption of the access project to Metro-North Penn Station.

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Mayor De Blasio says he is open to asking for license plates for bicyclesCyclists may one day need a driver’s license to drive around New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio says he is open to the idea of ​​number plates for bicycles, but not everyone agrees. CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.

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Settled opera contract disputes are threatened with reopening in autumnThe Metropolitan Opera is in a bitter contract battle with two of its largest unions, which could threaten a planned reopening in the fall.

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Basic Agreement to Avoid Strike in Connecticut Nursing HomesConnecticut governor Ned Lamont said a fundamental agreement was reached to stave off a strike in more than two dozen nursing homes across the state.

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Long Island Man accused of forging COVID vaccination cardsA former drug store clerk on Long Island is accused of stealing and forging COVID-19 vaccination cards. According to health authorities, this is not only illegal but also dangerous. Jennifer McLogan from CBS2 reports.

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Parents warned of the dangers of children swallowing lithium batteriesLithium batteries can be found everywhere in our homes, from key fobs to remote controls for toys, but many parents don’t realize how dangerous they can be to children. Chris Martinez reports for CBS2.

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An update on Maurice DuBois from CBS2You’ve probably noticed that Maurice DuBois hasn’t been on the air for a few weeks. We would like to inform you that his mother, Ramona Ursula DuBois, passed away fighting the disease at the beginning of this year.

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Lack of chlorine tablets drives price increasesPool season is almost here, but it can be more difficult to dive properly this summer.

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NYC Parks Department Urges Bronx Man to Stop Unapproved LandscapingA Bronx man used his pandemic downtime to clean up a remote part of a New York park, clear the brush, install benches, and make plans for major improvements. Some neighbors applaud his efforts, but the city parks department? Not as much; Tony Aiello from CBS2 reports.

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Proponents concerned about migration of birds bumping into glass in NYCFlocks of birds roaming New York City are at risk of colliding with glass skyscrapers, and now a popular tourist spot is becoming a new hotspot. Jenna DeAngelis from CBS2 reports.

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Some critics want COVID restrictions on personal degreesIn-person degrees are back, but some reviewers say the COVID safety rules go too far and they want to lower capacity and testing requirements. Carolyn Gusoff from CBS2 reports.

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Governor Cuomo under fire for comments on sexual harassmentGovernor Andrew Cuomo is under fire again for remarks he made Thursday during his press conference on sexual harassment.

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Restaurants struggling to find applicantsNew York restaurants are hiring. A careers fair was held in Manhattan on Thursday to help job seekers. Economists say employment growth in the US is much slower than expected and that across all sectors restaurants appear to be the hardest to find applicants. Lisa Rozner from CBS2 reports.

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Medicines now available that can prevent AIDS and turn disease into treatable conditionsAlthough there is still no cure for AIDS, treatment has dramatically changed the prognosis for the immune disease. For many with AIDS and HIV, a combination of drugs has made the disease a treatable, chronic condition, and drugs are now available that can actually prevent AIDS. Dr. Max Gomez from CBS2 reports.

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Ice cream van drives over cliff at Fort LeeAn ice cream van drove over a cliff in Fort Lee on Thursday. Dan Rice reports from Chopper 2.

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Investigators Credit Bulletproof Vest with Saving NYPD Officer’s LifeAn NYPD officer shot dead on duty is now recovering at home. Investigators attribute the saving of his life to his bulletproof vest; Natalie Duddridge from CBS2 reports.

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