‘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.
NYC Department Of Correction Commissioner Joseph Ponte Steps DownThe head of New York City's Department of Correction retired Friday amid growing pressure over his use of a city-issued vehicle.
CBS2 Exclusive: Questions Surround de Blasio’s Defense Of City Corrections CommissionerA new discovery about the city's correction commissioner using a city car for personal trips out of state has the officers' union saying 'double standards.'
New Citywide Ferry Service Makes Its Debut With Rockaway, Queens RouteThe boat departs from Beach Channel Drive and Beach 108th Street then stops in Sunset Park, Brooklyn before reaching its destination at Pier 11 on Wall Street.
Gooden Gets Key To City 31 Years After Mets World Series WinMets great Dwight Gooden has gotten a key to the city 31 years after the team's thrilling World Series win over the Boston Red Sox.
Metropolitan Museum Of Art Considers Mandatory Entrance Fees For Non-City ResidentsThe Met, which is taxpayer funded, has been dealing with a multi-million dollar budget deficit.
De Blasio To Release Executive Budget, Says Money Will Go Where It Matters MostMayor Bill de Blasio is unveiling his proposed nearly $85 billion spending plan Wednesday afternoon.
Trump Calls Sanctuary City Ruling 'Ridiculous,' Vows To Take Fight To Supreme CourtU.S. District Judge William Orrick issued the temporary ruling Tuesday in a lawsuit over the executive order targeting sanctuary cities. The decision will stay in place while the lawsuit moves through court.
De Blasio’s ‘3-K For All’ Will Expand Pre-K To 3-Year-Olds CitywideMayor Bill de Blasio announced a major expansion of free early childhood education in the city, expanding pre-k schooling to three-year-old.
De Blasio, O'Neill Fire Back After DOJ Calls NYC's Policies 'Soft On Crime'The Trump administration is moving beyond rhetoric in its effort to crack down on so-called sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities.

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