Cuomo Says Utility Companies Better Shape Up This Storm, Or ElseFor this storm, there will be approximately 6,100 line, tree and service workers in the state – 3,050 in New York City and the Hudson Valley.
Former City Council Speaker Christine Quinn Slams Actress Cynthia Nixon As ‘Unqualified’Nixon kicked off her Democratic primary campaign for governor Tuesday with her first public event.
De Blasio Calls For Tougher State Laws To Keep Dangerous Drivers Off The RoadsThe push comes after the deaths of two young children in a crash in Brooklyn.
Mayor De Blasio Missing From NYCHA Meeting Between Cuomo, City CouncilThe latest battle in the war between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio played out Tuesday in Albany.
Storm Cleanup Continues As Thousands Still Without Power Across Tri-StateUtility crews are working around the clock to restore power after the past two storms, but thousands of customers are still in the dark.
Where’s Cuomo? Westchester County Residents Say Governor Should Survey Storm DamageMeanwhile, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he's dissatisfied with Con Edison's response and is threatening to revoke its license.
Miami-Dade Superintendent Turns Down NYC Schools Chancellor JobThe man tapped by Mayor Bill de Blasio to serve as the next New York City schools chancellor has turned down the job.
MTA Launching New App To Help Commuters Navigate DelaysWhile it may take time to fix the tracks and the signals that cause the breakdowns, the MTA is about to unveil an app that it hopes will take some of the sting out of it.
CBS2 Exclusive: Retiring Schools Chancellor Fariña On What's NextRetiring New York City schools chancellor Carmen Fariña sat down for a frank interview Tuesday to talk about what’s next, and some of the hot-button issues facing the agency.
'New York Can Do Better:' Firm Presents Bold Proposals For Park Avenue Beautification ProjectAs it stands now, the median running along Park Avenue in Midtown is far from living up to its vast creative potential.
Cortlandt Street Subway Station Back On Track, Slated To Open This FallThe Cortland Street subway station is the very last piece of the restoration puzzle in Lower Manhattan following the September 11th terror attacks.
De Blasio Calls For New Drills, Unannounced Weapons Checks In SchoolsMayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday called for new drills and unannounced weapons checks in New York City schools, one day after a Bronx student was arrested for allegedly threatening to shoot up the school.