'Build It Back' Contractors Accidentally Flood Superstorm Sandy Victim's Home AgainThousands of families are still struggling to rebuild their homes in the wake of Superstorm Sandy's devastation. Many have been caught in the delays and red tape of the city's struggling "Build It Back" program.
Saturday Marks 4 Years Since Superstorm SandyNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio visited Staten Island on Saturday, expressing regret that the "Build It Back" program will not meet its deadline.
4 Years After Superstorm Sandy, Coast Continues To RecoverPeople have worked hard to restore the New York and New Jersey coastline to what it was before Superstorm Sandy but some areas have not recovered, nor will they ever.
Schumer Slams FEMA IG’s Plan To Recoup Sandy Money From Hard Hit Long Island TownsYet, now the inspector general's office of FEMA, the federal agency overseeing storm recovery is asking the towns to repay some of the relief money.
NJ Contractors Accused Of Stealing From Sandy VictimsJeffrey Colmyer and Tiffany Cimino, of Little Egg Harbor, were arrested Tuesday on numerous charges, including theft, money laundering and tax fraud.
Study: Storms Like Hurricane Sandy Could Hit Tri-State Area More FrequentlyA team of researchers created a computer model that predicts the likelihood of other Sandy-like flood events in New York City, and the findings are alarming, CBS2's Elise Finch reports.
N.J. Lawmakers Furious After Report Questioning How Sandy Housing Funds Were SpentTwo New Jersey lawmakers have called upon Gov. Chris Christie to respond to a government watchdog report questioning how the state spent millions in housing funds after Superstorm Sandy.
CBS2 Demanding Answers: Neighbors Say Abandoned Moonachie House Is Spoiling CommunityResidents are fed up in a New Jersey neighborhood, complaining that their borough has done little to address a mess at an abandoned home that was flooded during Superstorm Sandy.
Sandy-Damaged Babylon Home Tilts Off Raised Foundation; Owner FuriousA house on Long Island came crashing down, and the homeowner said government bureaucracy is to blame.
Last New Jersey Boardwalk Damaged By Sandy Is Back In PlaceThe last New Jersey shore boardwalk to be rebuilt after Superstorm Sandy is back in place.
After Painstaking Sandy Repairs, Brick, N.J. Seniors Told To Raise HomesSome New Jersey seniors finally thought their troubles were over after Superstorm Sandy, but it seems like those troubles might just be beginning.
N.J. Legislators Approve Bill Preventing Foreclosures For Sandy VictimsA bill heading to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's desk would prevent mortgage foreclosure for homeowners in the state whose houses were damaged by Superstorm Sandy.