Neighbors Say They Weren't Properly Notified Of New Homeless Shelter On West 58thA new shelter is set to open on West 58th Street in Midtown, and neighbors said they did not receive proper notification.
Woman Goes Straight To Mayor For Answers About Ceiling Collapse In Public Housing ApartmentA few days ago, a ceiling collapsed on top of a couple while they were bed in a Brooklyn public housing apartment.
New NYC Law Will Require Diaper Changing Stations In Many Public Restrooms Regardless Of GenderNew or recently-renovated public buildings in New York City will soon be required to include diaper changing stations to be accessible to everyone.
CBS2 Exclusive: Columbus Statue Will Stay In Place, But With CaveatsThe long debate about controversial monuments and statues in the city is finally over.
De Blasio Sworn In For Second Term As MayorMayor Bill de Blasio spent New Year’s Eve kicking off his second term.
De Blasio: Not A 'Great Idea' To Bring Young Kids To Times Square NYE Given Extreme ColdMayor Bill de Blasio said Friday that while people of all ages will be permitted to come to the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square, he would urge people not to bring their young children given the extreme cold.
Sen. Bernie Sanders To Swear In Mayor De Blasio For Second TermMayor Bill de Blasio is turning to a fellow progressive, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) for help as the mayor begins his second term at City Hall.
De Blasio: Many New Yorkers Will Be Adversely Affected By New Tax LawNew York City residents, like many others around the country, have been confused about how to handle deductions for property taxes in the wake of the new tax law.
De Blasio Defends National Political Efforts In Wide-Ranging Interview, Compares Himself To GandhiMayor Bill de Blasio compared himself to Mahatma Gandhi a wide-ranging interview with Politico when asked about why his progressive agenda has not taken hold nationally.
De Blasio Administration Slammed Over Inaction On Vacant StorefrontsA dramatic increase in vacant storefronts has prompted a demand for city action.
Officials Tout Cleanliness Of New York City WaterwaysMayor Bill de Blasio declares New York's harbor is healthier that it's been in more than a century.
De Blasio Praises Neighborhood Policing As NYC Crime Rates Near Record LowsMayor Bill de Blasio and his police commissioner touted a historic drop in crime at their monthly statistics brief Monday.