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Trump Organization Lied For Loans And Taxes – Breaking News, Sports, Weather, Traffic And The Best of NY

Trump Organization Lied For Loans And Taxes – Breaking News, Sports, Weather, Traffic And The Best of NY
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New York weather: Fair WednesdayCBS2’s Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.

Broadway tribute to Sidney PoitierThe lights on the marquee will be dimmed on Wednesday night in his memory.

MTA restores subway service after staff shortageThe MTA is restoring several subway lines that have been temporarily suspended due to a crew shortage while Omicron cases increase in the city.

Expected update in Kathleen Durst’s investigationThe Westchester County District Attorney will hold a press conference on Wednesday.

Fashion icon Andre Leon Talley diesHe is best known for his time as Creative Director and Editor for Vogue magazine in general.

NYPD officer released from hospital after Bronx shootingThe officer and a 16-year-old were shot during an altercation late Tuesday night in Belmont.

NY AG: The Trump Organization lied to get loans and taxesThere are new details about the New York attorney general’s investigation into the Trump Organization.

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

New York weather: CBS2 nightly forecast 1/18 at 11 p.m.CBS2’s John Elliott has the weather forecast for January 18 at 11 p.m.

Rudy Giuliani, 3 others summoned by the 1/6 . CommissionThe House committee investigating the attack on the US Capitol has summoned Rudy Giuliani and three others who challenged the results of the 2020 election.

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

Parents across the Tri-State remain concerned about sending kids to school amid the COVID-19 surgeCOVID cases are declining in New Jersey and New York, but despite this trend, some parents remain concerned; CBS2’s Jessica Leighton has this.

Hundreds gather to honor Michelle Joe, a woman killed in a Times Square subway push accidentHundreds gathered Tuesday evening in Times Square to honor the life of a woman pushed to her death on an upcoming subway train. CBS2’s Ali Bowman reports.

Grief for neighbors after deadly Bronx house explosionNeighbors are heartbroken after a deadly house explosion Tuesday in the Bronx, but their community bands together; CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.

Investigators are looking into the cause of the deadly Bronx house explosionInvestigators are looking into whether a gas explosion in the Bronx killed a woman and injured eight others. CBS2’s Corey James reports.

NYPD officer shoots during confrontation with armed suspect in BronxAn NYPD officer was shot after a confrontation with a suspected gunman in the Bronx Tuesday night; CBS2’s Ali Bowman reports.

Hundreds gathered in Times Square to commemorate Michael GoghVigils were held in San Francisco and Times Square to honor Michelle Gow, the woman who was pushed to her death in front of an oncoming subway train this weekend; CBS2’s Ali Bowman reports.

Cleaning continues after the deadly Bronx building explosionCrews continued clearing rubble Tuesday night after a fatal explosion at an apartment building in the Bronx; CBS2’s Corey James reports.

New York weather: CBS2 evening weather forecast 1/18 at 6 p.m.CBS2’s John Elliott has the weather forecast for January 18 at 6 p.m.

New York City kicks off a ‘Winter Picnic’ campaign offering special discounts and offersNew York City leaders kicked off a month of stimulus for the struggling tourism industry on Tuesday. The campaign is called Winter Outing in New York City. Hotels, shows, museums, and restaurants offer a one-of-a-kind experience for a fraction of the usual price; CBS2’s Lisa Rosner reports it.

Pediatric CT mental health services after a student overdoseConnecticut Governor Ned Lamont and other officials are reminding parents of mental health services available to children after a 13-year-old boy died of a fentanyl overdose at school.

I’m looking for a woman accused of child molestation in BrooklynPolice are searching for a woman wanted for severe harassment in Brooklyn.

LIRR passengers want heated waiting rooms open for hoursLong Island Rail Road passengers say they caught a cold while trying to stay warm. Heated waiting rooms at the station open later and close earlier; CBS2’s Jennifer McLugan reports.

Gov. Cathy Hochhol leads in governor’s poll, Bill de Blasio announces he will not runIn the New York governor’s race, Gov. Cathy Hochhol leads by a wide margin in a new poll. She collects millions of dollars while a potential opponent decides not to run; Our CBS 2 political journalist Marcia Kramer has our story.

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