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.
Mayor De Blasio: 'Don't Treat The Holocaust Like Something That Could Never Happen Again'The mayor reacted forcefully and quickly, ordering the NYPD to go on high alert and sending counter terrorism teams to protect Jewish communities for the foreseeable future.
De Blasio Announces New NYPD Unit Focusing On Racially And Ethnically Motivated Extremism"It will directly take on the hate groups that are trying to spread in this country and that pose a threat to so many communities," de Blasio said.
Sources: Razor Blade In NYPD Officer's Sandwich Appears To Be AccidentalThe officer pulled the full-sized razor out of his mouth. He was taken to a hospital where he was treated and released.
'He's A Billionaire Who's Not A Real Democrat': De Blasio Sounds Off After Bloomberg's Interview With Gayle KingBloomberg's interview touched a raw nerve with the present occupant of Gracie Mansion, Bill de Blasio.
Forgotten Families: Instead Of Faulting Flawed Program, De Blasio Slams Newark For Suing NYCThe fiery comments come even as his own Department of Investigation issues a blistering report about how the city treated the forgotten families CBS2 has been reporting on for nearly a year.
NYPD Promotes Harrison To Chief Of Detectives, Pichardo To Chief Of PatrolFirst came the photo op -- the mayor and his new commissioner -- meeting with neighborhood policing cops in the Bronx. Then came the press conference to introduce the new leadership team.
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.