More Than 100,000 Students In NYC Public Schools Are Homeless, Report SaysThat’s one in 10 students, with the latest number at 104,000.
Survey Shows NYC Homeless Population Up By Nearly 40 Percent From Last YearThe city’s own annual survey has found that despite efforts by the de Blasio administration, the number of people sleeping on the streets of New York City is up by nearly 40 percent from last year.
NYC Mayoral Candidate Nicole Malliotakis Lays Out Plan To Address HomelessnessRepublican mayoral candidate Nicole Malliotakis is taking on homelessness -- and attacking Mayor Bill de Blasio in the process.
Mayor De Blasio Unveils Plans To Combat City HomelessnessMayor Bill de Blasio outlined his plan to combat homelessness in the city Tuesday.
De Blasio Under Fire For Not Discussing Homelessness, Other Issues In State Of The City AddressMayor Bill de Blasio was fielding criticism Tuesday after avoiding hot-button topics such as the homeless crisis in his annual State of the City speech the night before.
CBS2 Exclusive: NYC Begins Using 3 More Hotels To House HomelessThe city is placing more and more homeless people into hotels that are popular with tourists.
City Reaches Settlement With Homeless Men Who Accused Police Of Foul PlayEarly one fall morning in 2015, the men were shaken awake by police in East Harlem and told to move. As they began to gather their belongings, surveillance video shows sanitation workers in white full-body suits scooping them up and dragging them into a garbage truck.
City Seeks Bids To Keep Homeless Families In Hotels For Up To 9 More YearsCBS2 has learned the city is now proposing to keep using commercial hotels to house the homeless for nine more years, despite a vow from Mayor Bill de Blasio to phase them out.
De Blasio Laments Homelessness Crisis, Worries About Trump Policies For 2017Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday outlined some triumphs and disappointments in 2016, and some worries about what may happen in 2017.
Expert Blames De Blasio For Spike In Acceptance To Homeless SheltersDespite hundreds of millions of dollars being directed toward handling New York City’s homelessness problem, it appears to be getting worse.
As Cold Weather Arrives, NYC Has Yet To Open 4 More Homeless Drop-In CentersNear-freezing temperatures Friday had the homeless flocking to the Mainchance drop-in center on East 32nd Street.
City Again Vows To Solve Homelessness Crisis Amid Record Shelter Populations, Young Girls' DeathsWith the tragic death of two young sisters in a Bronx cluster shelter this week, and a record number of people living in city homeless shelters, Mayor Bill de Blasio is promising to unveil a new vision for solving the homelessness crisis.