A Queens family had been stuck living in their yard since Superstorm Sandy hit two and a half years ago, but with the help of hundreds of volunteers, their home finally has been repaired.
A new federal audit shows New Jersey had to submit an application to extend one post-Superstorm Sandy aid program 15 times before it was approved.
The City of Long Beach, ravaged by Superstorm Sandy in the fall of 2012, is about to get a new look.
CBS2’s Christine Sloan spoke to one family who said a pole problem is taking a toll on them.
Following Superstorm Sandy, those in Lower Manhattan’s South Street Seaport and Battery Park City know how bad the flooding can be.
Authorities are looking into whether employees rewrote reports for flood insurance claims after Sandy in an effort to cheat homeowners out of money to fix damage from the storm.
Homeowners who saw their lives devastated by Superstorm Sandy say they were betrayed after the storm by insurance companies.
Chocoholics rejoice! A New York City chocolate institution has new life after Superstorm Sandy nearly washed it up.
High winds and high tide created the perfect combination for disaster in coastal areas of New Jersey Monday.
Claims have surfaced that government contractors have been making up documents to cheat victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Sen. Robert Menendez and Rep. Frank Pallone will introduce bills that would prohibit the federal Emergency Management Agency from issuing so-called “clawback” letters demanding repayment of aid it wrongly awarded to homeowners.
New Jersey plans to use most of a half-billion dollars in Superstorm Sandy recovery aid to get money to all 1,800 homeowners on a waiting list for rebuilding assistance.
One Ocean County woman left homeless by Hurricane Sandy has been struggling to rebuild. She recently learned the agency that gave her the money to get back on her feet, wants it all back.
A sanctuary for elderly horses on Long Island is at risk of going out of business, and advocates have launched a campaign to raise funds to keep it going.
Two years after Sandy struck, some residents are finally getting their homes cleaned up, said Mike Stimson with Habitat for Humanity.