Is He Jealous Or What? De Blasio's Attacks On Presidential Hopeful Bloomberg IncreasingMichael Bloomberg quickly moved into fifth place in the Democratic presidential primary standings, just as the current resident of Gracie Mansion stepped up his criticism of the Big Apple's former mayor.
Controversial SOTA Program Exporting Homeless Families From NYC To Newark Leads To LawsuitFor nearly a year, CBS2 has been covering the Forgotten Families who say they were pressured by New York City to leave and move into unlivable homes.
Sullivan County Farms Ready To Fight NYC Over Impending Ban On Delicacy Foie GrasA delicacy served in some of the Big Apple's finest restaurants helps put food on the table for hundreds of upstate families. Most of them are immigrants, who now fear their jobs are in jeopardy.
Demanding Answers: Why Did 311 Fail The Victims Of The Queens Sewage Flood?Queens residents still living in filth days after a sewage pipe backed up flooding their basements want to know why the city has been so slow to respond, and who is going to pay for the damage.
Newark Lawsuit Demands NYC Stop Relocating Forgotten FamiliesThe New Jersey city is taking action to stop the program from moving any more homeless families into places where many have suffered at the neglect of their new landlords.
New York City Workers Face Wet, Cold Commute Home After SnowfallNot much snow stuck in New York City on Monday, but it was still wet and cold as commuters tried to get home.
Dermot Shea Sworn In As New NYPD Police CommissionerShea is replacing outgoing Commissioner James O'Neill who spent three years on the job.
Dermot Shea Takes Over As NYPD CommissionerThe 28-year NYPD veteran takes over after serving as NYPD chief of detectives.
NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson Criticizes Bill De Blasio, Discusses Possible Mayoral RunThe council speaker said he doesn't expect to kick off his campaign in earnest until after next year's presidential election.
Traffic Restrictions, Partial Street Closures Set For Rockefeller Center During Holiday SeasonAs of Nov. 29, the city will close some streets surrounding Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall to vehicle traffic.
Mayor De Blasio Signs 'Master Plan' Redesigning City Streets In Favor Of Buses And Bikes Over CarsThe sweeping agenda calls for transforming streets to speed up buses and make it safer for cyclists and pedestrians.