Councilmembers Write Letters, Post Tweets Defending De BlasioUnder investigation, facing intense criticism, and dealing with his lower approval ratings yet, Mayor Bill de Blasio is apparently doing damage control.
Lawmakers Want Hudson River Service Included In New Ferry PlanSeveral city leaders are calling for the citywide ferry plan to include Hudson River ferry service.
Lawmakers Call For Expanded Select Bus Service, Bus-Only LanesLocal lawmakers on Thursday called for an expansion of Select Bus Service lines as more and more people take mass transit.
Some City Council Members Have Doubts About Pushing Police Reform BillsThe New York City Council has been determined to reform the NYPD, but the murder of two officers last month -- and the shooting of two more this week -- have created deep divisions about how to do it.
Vandals Target About 40 Cars Near Fort Tryon ParkSome drivers near Fort Tryon Park were subjected to an unwelcome surprise this week, after thieves vandalized and burglarized around 40 cars.
NYC Councilman Drafting Bill To Ban Tour Bus Drivers With Multiple InfractionsThe crash that injured more than a dozen people in Times Square has officials taking a closer look at how tour buses operate in the city, WCBS 880's Monica Miller reported.
City Council Discusses Bill Giving Drivers Alternate-Side Parking BreakThe City Council discussed a bill Monday that will allow drivers to return to parking spaces as soon as street sweepers pass through.
Lawmaker: Domino's Employees Were Fired After Complaining About ConditionsTwo area lawmakers rallied Sunday with employees of a Domino’s Pizza restaurant in Washington Heights, after workers there were fired.
Charges Against NYC Councilman Dropped In Occupy-Related ArrestManhattan prosecutors said they couldn't prove the case against Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez because they didn't have an account from a key figure -- a female officer whom Rodriguez is accused of trying to push.