City Boards Up Long-Abandoned House With Cement, But Brooklyn Neighbors Cry It's Not EnoughA vacant home with more than 200 violations is still upsetting neighbors after years of complaints in the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Says Eyesore Home In Brooklyn 'Has To Be Addressed'A homeowner on Clarendon Road in East Flatbush has racked up fines totaling more than $300,000, but that owner is nowhere to be found.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Unveils $95.3 Billion NYC Budget, Officials Fear Cuts In State AidThe state's desire to cut aid to New York City is no secret.
It's National Bagel Day! So How Do You Like Your Bagel?People top their bagels with all kinds of things: Meats, cheeses, and especially in NYC, belly-cut salmon prepared typically three different ways
Exclusive: Mayor Bill De Blasio Defends Sanctuary City Policy After ICE CriticismThe war of words specifically stems from whether the man charged in the death of a 92-year-old Queens woman should have been deported after an earlier attack.
Demanding Answers: New Yorkers Skeptical Of Mayor De Blasio's Street Homeless Action PlanThe city has unveiled its latest tool to identify and help the homeless. It's part of Mayor Bill de Blasio's promise to end street homelessness within five years.
Mayor, Commissioner Say There Will Be 'Heightened Vigilance' In NYC After Baghdad AirstrikeOfficials say there is currently no credible threat.
Bail Reform: NY Senate Majority Leader Ready To Consider Changes To Controversial New LawsIn the three days since New York's criminal justice reform law took effect, people charged with committing anti-Semitic hate crimes have made headlines because, under the law, judges freed them without bail.
New York Synagogue Attack: NYPD To Launch Neighborhood Safety Coalitions In Brooklyn CommunitiesSaturday night's attack in upstate Monsey has prompted a big response from both local and state leaders. They are stepping up security and launching initiatives to protect our communities.
400 New NYPD Officers, Including One Who Knows Sign Language, Sworn In Under New CommissionerThe new officers speak 34 languages, including one who knows sign language.
New York City Law To Prevent For-Hire Cars From Cruising Struck DownA state supreme court judge strikes down a law that would have limited for-hire cruising in New York City.
Mayor To Ramp Up Vision Zero Crackdown After 4 Pedestrians Killed In 24 HoursThe focus will be on driver safety after a heartbreaking end to last week leaving several families without loved ones for the holidays.
De Blasio Vows To 'End Street Homelessness As We Know It' In 5 YearsWith no small measure of bravado, the mayor says the city has "cracked the code" to make it happen.
City Looking Into De Blasio Security Detail's Cost To Taxpayers During His Presidential CampaignSources told CBS2 the mayor is facing an even bigger inconvenience -- his own DOI is examining the cost to taxpayers for his security detail while he campaigned for the White House.
Mayor, Commissioner Promise New Efforts Against Hate Groups Before They AttackThe mayor and new police commissioner spent much of the day in Williamsburg discussing the city's response to the targeted attack in Jersey City.