Law enforcement experts offer advice after buyer tracks home, robs on Long Island

Harlem-based organization trains homeless population to fight overdose deathsOne of the main products used to stop a drug overdose in its tracks is naloxone. It comes in different forms, but the easiest to administer is Narcan nasal spray. Two organizations have teamed up to bring this life-saving product to the front lines of the fight; Reporting by CBS2’s Jessi Mitchell.

Weather in New York: CBS2 2/8 6 p.m. evening forecastCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for Feb. 8 at 6 p.m.

Rutgers Junior Paul Mulcahy hopes to inspire selfless acts with the Grateful4 foundationRutgers junior Paul Mulcahy spoke to CBS2’s Otis Livingston about his Grateful4 Foundation, which aims to spread the idea of ​​gratitude and inspire a chain reaction of selfless acts.

Law enforcement experts offer advice after home buyer tracked and robbed on Long IslandA Long Island woman has had an expensive designer handbag stolen by thieves who allegedly followed her home from a mall. CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff asked law enforcement experts how shoppers can protect themselves.

2nd body found at the site of the Bedford-Stuyvesant building fireFirefighters say two bodies were found in the rubble of a fire in Bed-Stuy.

Organ donor registrations seem to increase after the death of fallen hero Det. Wilbert MoraThe number of people signing up to become organ donors seems to be increasing over the past few weeks, and some believe it could be due to the attention surrounding fallen hero Det. Wilbert Mora; Reporting by CBS2’s Dave Carlin.

Loyal customers rally to save Long Island ice cream shopA Long Island business feeling the pressure receives much-needed support. After nearly a century in business, Hildebrandt ice cream shop in Williston Park faces an uncertain future, but loyal customers tell CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan they’re rallying to save the iconic store.

Long Island man arrested in connection with Jan. 6 riotA Long Island man has been arrested and charged in connection with the 2021 Capitol riot.

New Jersey parents divided over Governor Murphy’s decision to end mask mandates in schoolsNew Jersey parents have very different opinions on Gov. Phil Murphy’s decision to end mask mandates in schools; Reporting by CBS2’s Meg Baker.

St. John’s Prep freshman Sean Wu wins grand prize at Philadelphia International Music FestivalA freshman at St. John’s Prep in Astoria has just beaten hundreds of musicians around the world to win the grand prize at the Philadelphia International Music Festival. CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock caught up with piano prodigy Xuanxiang Wu to learn more about him and his music.

Black History Month: Port Authority Bus Station to Unveil Exhibit Honoring Kool DJ Red AlertA new exhibit paying homage to a well-known radio DJ is unveiled at the Port Authority Bus Terminal on Wednesday. CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis got an exclusive first look.

A new version of electrical stimulation for the spine appears to help paralyzed people walk againA new medical device appears to be able to help paralyzed people walk again. The results are still early, but they are so remarkable that it could be a game-changer. CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez says it’s a new take on electrical stimulation for the spine.

Jim Berrios, associate director of studio operations at CBS Broadcast Center, diesLast week, CBS lost a dear friend and colleague, Jim Berrios.

The White House is trying to publicize the Child Tax Credit and the Earned Income Tax CreditMillions of Americans are eligible for tax benefits. The White House has launched an effort to publicize the Child Tax Credit and the Earned Income Tax Credit. Monthly benefits have expired, but some lawmakers want them renewed; Skyler Henry reports for CBS2.

Harlem-based organization offers NARCAN training to help prevent overdose deathsThere is a new effort to deliver a life-saving product to people who need it. NARCAN Nasal Spray is used to stop a drug overdose. CBS2’s Jessi Mitchell shows us how two groups joined forces on the front lines.

Dialing 988 will soon provide suicide prevention and emergency mental health servicesSuicide is the 12th leading cause of death in this country. Recent high-profile incidents highlight the problem; CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas explains how three numbers will make it easier to get help in a crisis. If you or someone you know is in crisis, they can call Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

Thousands of Hyundai, Kia and SUV cars at risk of fireOwners of nearly 500,000 Hyundai and Kia cars and SUVs are being warned to park outside due to a fire risk.

Lin-Manuel Miranda Might Achieve EGOT Status With Oscar-Nominated Song ‘Encanto’If Lin-Manuel Miranda wins an Oscar this year, he will join an elite group of artists who have achieved EGOT status.

Oscar nominations announced ahead of Oscars in MarchThis year’s Oscar nominations have been revealed; CBS2’s Cindy Hsu reports.

New York couple accused of trying to launder billions of stolen bitcoinsA Manhattan couple is charged with conspiring to launder $4.5 billion worth of stolen Bitcoin.

Food delivery boy beaten and robbed in InwoodA man delivering food was ambushed and beaten in a robbery that was filmed in Upper Manhattan.

Firefighters say a body has been found at the site of the Bed-Stuy building fireFirefighters now say a body has been found in the rubble of a fire in Bed-Stuy.

Nurse accused of setting fire to colleague who was found dead of self-inflicted gunshot wound, officials sayNurse who police say set fire to colleague in Hackensack has been found dead in South Jersey; Reporting by CBS2’s Nick Caloway.

Hundreds of people testify at a hearing on the possibility of making outdoor dining permanent in New YorkA New York City Council committee is studying a proposal that would make outdoor dining permanent. Hundreds of people, passionate on each side of the issue, testified at the hearing on Tuesday; Reporting by CBS2’s Lisa Rozner.