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Spotted dolphins swim in the East River Tuesday MorningThe dolphins were found swimming in the East River off Greenpoint, Brooklyn, on Tuesday morning.

New York Weather: CBS2 3/23 Night forecast at 11 p.m.CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for March 23 at 11 p.m.

Racist Rant woman is filmed on video at the Essex marketA woman’s racist speech at the Lower East Side market was recorded on video over the weekend.

Actor George Segal died after bypass surgery at the age of 87Actor George Segal has passed away at the age of 87.

Family and Friends of Colorado Shooting Victims spoke upWe are learning more about 10 people who were killed in the shooting at a supermarket Boulder, Colorado; CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.

Firefighters remained unregulated for almost 24 hours after the Spring Valley fire broke outA volunteer firefighter remained absent Tuesday night, nearly 24 hours after the fire broke out at a Rockland County assisted living facility; Jenna DeAngelis of CBS2 reports.

The police are trying to locate the thief of the Kips Bay packagePolice are trying to identify an individual caught on camera stealing a package from a residential building in Kips Bay on March 6, 2021. (Source: NYPD Crime Stoppers)

New York Weather: CBS2 3/23 evening forecast at 6 pmCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for March 23 at 6 p.m.

New Jersey homeless advocate asks for help recovering stolen truckA New Jersey homeless campaigner was in desperate need of help after his truck was stolen. It happened after the brush fire in Lakewood a week ago; CBS2’s Meg Baker reports.

Paterson launched a new gun suppression planPaterson is responding to the recent surge in shootings with a new suppression program.

Small truck crashed into the house in RonkonkomaA pickup truck crashed into a house on Long Island on Tuesday; Dan Rice reports from Chopper 2.

The commanding officer of NYPD’s Asia Hatred Crime Task Force discusses the recent outbreak of violenceCBS2’s Ali Bauman spoke to the command officer of the NYPD’s Asian hate crime task force about the disturbing increase in violence against Asian Americans nationwide and here it is. New York.

Police identified the victim in the shooting at the Colorado grocery storePolice have identified the people killed in the shooting at a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado. Now, investigators are working to determine the alleged gunman’s motive; CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.

High schools and universities around the world use video dissection done by East Harlem’s brothers and sistersA brother and sister from East Harlem, who were stuck in the race of distance learning decided to create a science lab video to educate and entertain their classmates. Now, these videos are being used by schools and colleges around the world; Hazel Sanchez’s CBS2 reports.

Small truck crashed into the house in RonkonkomaA pickup truck crashed into a house in Ronkonkoma on Tuesday; Dan Rice reports from Chopper 2.

Palisades Protection Laws Limiting Building Height For New ConstructionNew Jersey’s Palisades are among the most famous cliffs in the world, but a proposal by the state to defend them has alarmed some elected officials in Bergen and Hudson counties; Dave Carlin of CBS2 reports.

The pandemic has caused ‘separatism’ among the female workforce, economists saySome economists call this epidemic “concessions” due to its disproportionate impact on women in the workforce than on men; CBS2’s Meg Baker reports.

Baker returned to court on charges of anti-LGBTQ discriminationA baker in Colorado appeared in court for refusing to bake cookies for a transgender woman.

MTA Speed ​​up Metro Service during Pandemic Ridership DropThe MTA said a drop in subway ridership during the pandemic allowed trains to speed up.

Employers in New York work to stop the state legislature from taxing wealthy businessesNew York’s few hundred largest employers are making a last-ditch effort to stop the state legislature from raising taxes on businesses and the wealthy; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has a story.

Mayor De Blasio announced plans to bring city workers back to the officeNew York City workers will be back in the office soon. Mayor Bill de Blasio said he plans to start bringing back thousands of workers back in May. While some people rejoice with the news, others worry; CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reports.

The COVID vaccination site opened at the Nassau Coliseum arenaThe Nassau arena became a mass vaccination site on Tuesday. Residents are receiving shots on a lower level, below the ice where the Islanders play; CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.

Tank fire exploded at the asphalt factory in MelvilleA fire caused a tank to explode in Melville on Tuesday.

NYC Asian communities join hands for safety amid rising hate crimes.The number of hate crimes being investigated by the NYPD has increased dramatically in recent weeks. Now, some residents of Asian communities are joining together for their own safety; Aundrea Cline-Thomas of CBS2 reports.

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