New York City Council Passes Bill Mandating IRAs For Small Business WorkersEmployees will be automatically enrolled with 5% of their wages going into their retirement fund. They can adjust the amount or opt-out. Gig workers are allowed to opt-in, too.
Upper East Side Community Board Overwhelmingly Votes In Favor Of Opening Safe Haven For Homeless IndividualsGoddard Riverside will operate the low-entry safe haven, offering special services.
Capitol Chaos: Anti-Semitic Apparel Worn During Riot Traced To Website Based In New York CityThe website selling the propaganda has a New York City address and Sunday night thousands of people were calling for it to be shut down.
Proposed Bill Requiring Sprinklers To Be Installed In NYC Apartments Meeting Strong Opposition, Including By Co-AuthorA rare coalition of tenants and landlords joined Wednesday to oppose a controversial City Council bill.
Graffiti Is Making A Big Comeback In NYC, But There's No Money In The Budget To Fight ItAnd that's not all. CBS2 has learned that 311 is no longer taking graffiti complaints.
New York City Lawmakers Push For Universal After School ProgramsWith parents working longer hours, some New York City lawmakers are pushing for universal after school programs. Co-sponsor of the bill, Councilman Ben Kallos, joins CBSN New York to discuss the budget and benefits.
Demanding Answers: Why Can't Parents Use GPS To Track Their Kids On NYC School Buses?New York City parents remain infuriated over their inability to track their kids on city school buses.
Parents Fuming, Say NYC Failed To Deliver On Promise Of GPS Tracking Of School BusesJust one week into the new school year and hundreds of parents are complaining that a new GPS system that was supposed to be on all city school buses does not work.
NYC May Miss Deadline To Install GPS On All School BusesIt looks like the city's Department of Education is going to miss the bus on a crucial deadline.
City Hopes New Bike Lane Near 59th Street Bridge Will Make Dangerous Area Safer For CyclistsA new bike lane that snakes across the busy entrance to the 59th Street Bridge on Second Avenue is a safety concern for some people.
Mayor De Blasio Signs Bill Expanding Online Voter RegistrationThere will soon be an easier way for people in New York City to register to vote.
NYC Elementary Students Want City Council To Ban Toxic Pesticides In ParksThe PS 290 students made their voices heard in skit form Tuesday, supporting Intro 0800 -- a bill which calls for banning toxic pesticides in city parks and public spaces.
City Officials Hand Out Reusable Bags Ahead Of ‘Carryout Bag Law’ ImplementationThe Department of Sanitation and City Councilman Ben Kallos were handing out free reusable bags to help residents prepare for the implementation of a new 'carryout bag law.'
Bill Could Provide Boost To City Parents Trying To Re-Enter The Work ForceParents re-entering the work force may soon get help from New York City. A New bill introduced on Tuesday would provide free job training to parents trying to get back to work.
Councilman Wants City To Help Drivers Track Down Cars Towed For Parades, TV ShootsEfforts are underway to end the game of hide and seek that occurs when cars are towed to make way for parades, and other events.