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79th Street Boat Basin Reopens After Sandy Repairs

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Part of the 79th Street Boat Basin reopened Tuesday after undergoing years of repairs due to Superstorm Sandy.

The boat basin’s so called A-Dock, which is a 370-foot-long fixed pier, has been closed to the public since the October 2012 storm. 113 more words

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Several Balconies Collapse At Long Beach, Long Island Apartment Building

LONG BEACH, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Several balconies collapsed at an apartment building in Long Beach, Long Island and emergency crews are now trying to determine whether the residence is structurally safe. 532 more words

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Boy, 11, Falls 30 Feet From Escalator In Roosevelt Field Mall

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — An 11-year-old boy was seriously injured after police said he fell 30 feet from an escalator at a Long Island mall. 148 more words

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Swimming Banned At Long Beach Due To Rip Currents As Police Investigate Drowning

LONG BEACH, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Swimming at Long Beach was closed due to extreme rip currents, officials said Tuesday morning.

The swimming ban for beachgoers came a day after… 469 more words

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Amid FBI Warning, Elections Officials Reassure There Are Safeguards Against Hacking

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – With just over two months out from election day, the FBI is issuing what some people are calling an unprecedented warning. Bureau investigators say foreign hackers have penetrated election databases in two states and they are now warning other states – including California. 322 more words

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California Farmworker Overtime Changes Cheered By Union

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Statewide rules regarding farm worker overtime pay passed in the legislature on Monday.

Assembly Bill 1066 reshapes the pay structure for farm laborers. 426 more words

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Sacramento Gas Line Breaks Up 58 Percent In August

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Gas line breaks are up 58 percent this month from major construction zones to small neighborhood projects, gas line breaks are happening all too frequently. 315 more words

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