Mayor De Blasio Pledges A Nurse In Every School, But UFT President Says He'll Fight Reopening If Stringent Safety Isn't MetUFT President Michael Mulgrew said he will do everything in his power to prevent schools that don’t meet stringent safety standards from reopening next month -- even if it means going to court.
New York City Principals Group Calls For Delay To In-Person LearningThe Council of School Supervisors and Administrators says the city has failed to give schools enough time implement coronavirus safety protocols by the September 10th reopening.
NYC Sending Coronavirus Resources To Sunset Park, Brooklyn Amid Uptick In CasesThe city will be making robocalls, hanging flyers and knocking on doors to get the word out.
Demanding Answers: CBS2's Marcia Kramer Helps Queens Homeowner Who Was Told City Tree That Fell On His House Couldn't Be Removed For 23 DaysA Queens resident was told he may have to wait more than three weeks for help to fix his storm-damaged home, so he turned to CBS2 for help.
New York City Offering Free Legal Support For Small Businesses Struggling To Make RentLast week, the city also announced it is offering free legal support for tenants fighting evictions.
Nearly 75% Of New York City Students Plan To Return To Classrooms This FallThe mayor said more than 700,000 students opted for in-person classes as part of the city's blended learning plan.
Black Lives Matter Protester Turns Himself In To Police One Day After Six-Hour StandoffTwenty-eight-year-old Derrick Ingram is accused of shouting into a bullhorn that was aimed at a police officer's ear during a June protest.
97,000 Children Test Positive For Coronavirus In Two Week Span, Report SaysNearly 100,000 children tested positive for the coronavirus in the last two weeks of July, a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics finds.
Coalition Of Police Unions Join Forces, File Lawsuit In Attempt To Overturn NYC's Controversial Police Reform LawCall it the long blue wall of opposition. New York City police unions, joined by MTA cops, Port Authority cops, court officers, even detective investigators assigned to a district attorney's office, are filing suit to overturn the city's chokehold law.
New York City Offering Free Legal Support For Tenants Facing Eviction As State Moratorium ExpiresHomeless Services Commissioner Steven Banks said the agency contact 14,000 people who had eviction warrants before the pandemic and let them know help is available.
NYC Unveils New Plan To Enforce Quarantine For TravelersIf you're traveling into New York City by car, bus or train, prepare to be stopped and asked if you’ve been to a coronavirus hotspot.
Barbot Backlash: Criticism Mounts Over De Blasio's Decision To Switch Health Commissioner Mid-PandemicThere's intense backlash Wednesday over Mayor Bill de Blasio’s stunning decision to switch health commissioners mid-pandemic – and a parting “kick” from the former commissioner herself.
De Blasio Says Isaias 'One Of The Most Serious Weather Events Since Hurricane Sandy'"What a powerful storm it was, even though it was only here for a few hours," de Blasio said.
1 Dead When Tree Falls On Car As Tropical Storm Isaias Hits New York CityNumerous trees were down across the city as torrential rains descended on the five boroughs.
Dr. Oxiris Barbot Resigns As Commissioner Of New York City Health DepartmentThere's a new top doctor in New York City.