Cuomo Tours Public Housing In East Harlem, Pledges Another $250M For NYCHAThe governor is calling for an independent contractor to fix things and pledging more state money for NYCHA, which is run by the city and the feds.
Craft Alcohol Industry On The Rise In New York StateStatistics released this week by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office show the state is now home to 715 businesses that make beer, wine, cider or spirits using New York-grown agricultural products.
Mayor De Blasio Missing From NYCHA Meeting Between Cuomo, City CouncilThe latest battle in the war between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio played out Tuesday in Albany.
Former Cuomo Aide Percoco Convicted On Corruption ChargesJoseph Percoco faces up to 20 years in prison for his conviction on two counts of conspiracy to commit honest services wire fraud and one count of soliciting bribes.
Storm Cleanup Continues As Thousands Still Without Power Across Tri-StateUtility crews are working around the clock to restore power after the past two storms, but thousands of customers are still in the dark.
Where’s Cuomo? Westchester County Residents Say Governor Should Survey Storm DamageMeanwhile, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he's dissatisfied with Con Edison's response and is threatening to revoke its license.
Snow Causes Power Lines To Sag, Lights To Flicker In QueensBy nightfall, snow-covered power lines hung precariously in parts of Queens, causing flickering street lights in St. Albans.
'We're Gonna Be In A Jam:' Thousands Of Tri-State Families Still Without Power As Second Nor'easter ApproachesThe push is on to restore power to thousands of people across the Tri-State area who are still in the dark following last Friday's nor'easter.
Jury Deliberating In Cuomo Aide's Corruption TrialThe federal jury was in its first full day of deliberations Friday after hearing over a month of evidence against Joseph Percoco and three businessmen.
Unions Stage 'Day Of Action' Rallies Ahead Of Supreme Court CaseNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, both Democrats, vowed to protect unions regardless of how the Supreme Court rules.
Cuomo, De Blasio Play Blame Game Over Struggling Subway SystemIt’s a battle that’s been going on for months. Cuomo says the subway won’t be fixed unless de Blasio and the city make a sizable financial contribution.
CBS2 Exclusive: Bushwick Woman Blames NYCHA For Neglecting Rust, Mold, Peeling PaintAs New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio escalate their war of words over who should fix public housing, a Bushwick woman just wants her apartment fixed.