Mayoral Control Of NYC Schools Set To Expire After NY Legislature Adjourns Without DealMayoral oversight of schools, first enacted in 2002, will expire June 30. If the policy lapses, control will revert to a mosaic of local school boards.
State Lawmakers Adjourn Without Deal To Extend De Blasio's Control Over City SchoolsThe policy, first enacted in 2002, will expire June 30. If it is not renewed control of the nation's largest school system will revert to a mosaic of local school boards.
No Deal Yet On Mayoral Control Of NYC Schools As State Legislature Set To AdjournNew York lawmakers are ready to leave Albany though they haven't yet agreed to extend Mayor Bill de Blasio's control of New York City schools.
Republican Challenger Nicole Malliotakis Accuses De Blasio Of Ignoring Subway IssuesMayor Bill de Blasio was slammed Friday, accused of ignoring the plight of straphangers and defending his gas guzzling SUV rides to a Brooklyn gym.
De Blasio, Others Rally For More Speed Cameras At NYC SchoolsMayor Bill de Blasio joined a Transportation Alternatives rally Friday to support a state measure that would allow speed cameras at 750 school locations in New York City.
NYPD Presence Stepped Up Following London Attacks, But 'No Specific, Credible Threats' To CityFollowing Saturday night's terror attacks in London, the NYPD said it deployed members of its Critical Response Command to heavily traveled pedestrian locations around the city, but stressed there are no specific, credible threats to the city.
NYC Mayor, City Council Announce $85.2 Billion Budget AgreementDe Blasio said Friday night the deal is “aimed at addressing the economic realities of everyday New Yorkers.”
Mayor De Blasio Defends Daily Rides To Park Slope Gym Via SUVMayor Bill de Blasio is defending being driven from Gracie Mansion to a Park Slope gym every day as he vows to lower emissions in the city.
De Blasio: Withdrawing From Paris Climate Agreement 'Would Be Horribly Destructive'The mayor took to Twitter Wednesday morning, calling the Paris agreement "the biggest step forward we've taken in many years."
‘It’s Against The Rules:’ De Blasio Plans To Crack Down On Parking Placard MisuseAs part of the crackdown, the mayor is hiring 100 additional traffic agents to go after placard abusers, adding more tow trucks and creating a new $100 parking fine.
Fed Up Commuters Demand Changes After Signal Problems, Falling Debris Snarl Subway ServiceTwo separate issues are snarling subway service for riders Friday morning.
CBS2 Video Coverage: Car Plows Into Pedestrians In Times Square, Killing 1, Injuring 23One person is dead and 23 people are injured after being struck by a car in Times Square Thursday morning.

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