New York City Buildings Now Required To Display Recently Released Energy Efficiency GradesThe grades are in and half of New York City's buildings are considered energy deficient.
COVID In NYC: Schools Switching To All-Remote Learning Starting ThursdayMayor Bill de Blasio said earlier this week if schools must close, he will work with the state to reopen them as soon and safely as possible.
COVID In New York: Transportation Leaders Across Region Join MTA's Mask Task Force, City Expands Testing CapacityAccording to the MTA, despite tens of thousands of interactions with riders so far, only a handful of $50 fines have been issued for non-compliance.
3 NYC Hospitals Investigated, Following Years Of Complaints Mothers Of Color Disproportionately Subjected To Drug TestingNew York City's Commission on Human Rights is launching an investigation into three private hospitals.
COVID-19 Remains A Major Problem In The Bronx As Residents Turn Eyes To New York's Congressional DelegationWhen voters cast their ballots in the Bronx, many had COVID-19 on their minds.
Election 2020: Ritchie Torres, Mondaire Jones Become First Afro-Latino, Black Openly Gay Members Of CongressTorres and Jones want to champion mainstream issues, like the impact COVID has had on their communities.
Election 2020: Struggling South Bronx Sends Ritchie Torres To CongressAccording to The Associated Press, Torres, a Democrat, handily defeated Republican Patrick Delices on Tuesday in the 15th Congressional District.
Long Lines At Polling Places Persist On Day 6 Of Early Voting In New York CityVoters in Brownsville lined up early again, despite rainy weather. But, elected officials said early voting turnout is lower there than in other parts of the district.
NYC Health And Hospitals Preparing For Possible Second Wave Of COVID-19 HospitalizationsAs for ventilators and PPE, the Health and Hospitals system says it has more than a three months' supply based on what was needed during the height of the pandemic.
Only On CBS2: Landlords Left In Limbo As Some Tenants Allegedly Abuse Eviction MoratoriumEviction moratoriums are meant to protect people who lost their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic. But landlords who had authorized evictions before the COVID-19 pandemic hit are now left in limbo.
In Year Of Unparalleled Anxiety, Experts Tell CBS2 No One Immune To Mental Health Struggles2020 will be remembered as a year marred by the coronavirus pandemic - the death toll, the shutdowns and job losses - but, perhaps most of all, for anxiety and fear.