Demanding Answers: Fight For Unemployment Checks A Losing Battle For Many In New Jersey; 'I've Been Living Off Credit Cards'The fight for unemployment benefits during the pandemic has been a losing match for months for many in New Jersey.
Demanding Answers, Getting Action: Following CBS2 Report, Kristin Bruan Gets Daughter Seated In City's Learning Bridges ProgramAs New York City schools operate remotely, some say a city day care program is turning away students with special needs.
Demanding Answers: Queens Family Still Dealing With Tropical Storm Damage, And City Seems Nowhere To Be FoundThe start of winter is just weeks away and some homeowners in Queens are still dealing with the aftermath of a storm from over the summer.
Demanding Answers: Some NYCHA Residents Perplexed They Have Been Living 5 Weeks Without GasLarry Keyes is 80 years old and says he and his neighbors living in the 11 NYCHA-run brownstones are beyond frustrated they still can't cook on their stoves.
Demanding Answers: NYCHA Residents Worry They'll Be Without Gas Service For Holidays After 4-Week OutageWhen CBS2 visited the buildings two weeks ago, the agency said it was working with an outside vendor to expedite the repairs. People who live there say they've heard that line before.
Heat Finally Restored At NYCHA Buildings After CBS2 Demands Answers For Tenants Left Without Gas ServiceHundreds of New York City Housing Authority Residents finally have their heat back on.
Demanding Answers: Dangerous Dip Damaging Cars On West Side Highway Near Exit 96It appears the southbound lanes were milled overnight, leaving a roughly four-inch drop-off south of the 96th Street exit.
Queens Residents Fed Up With Tree Stumps, Downed Wires Lingering Since August Storm Turn To CBS2 For AnswersHomeowners said they got nowhere with the city in trying to get tree stumps removed and sidewalks fixed after a storm in August.
Demanding Answers: Homeowners In Roslyn In Tree Fight With PSEG Long Island Over High Voltage WiresFamilies say PSEG Long Island is responsible for maintaining safe easements in their back yards.
Coronavirus Impact: Mayor De Blasio Says At This Point There Is No Plan To Allow Indoor Dining Any Time SoonReopening phases have come and gone, but as for dining at New York City restaurants, it remains outdoor only. So what is the plan when the seasons change and the temperatures drop?
Demanding Answers: Cuomo Threatens To Pull The Plug On Utility Franchises, But Does He Mean It This Time?After Tropical Storm Isaias left millions of customers in our area without power, Gov. Andrew Cuomo vowed action.
Demanding Answers: Harlem Residents Say NYPD Officers' Illegally Parked Cars Are Putting Them At RiskHarlem residents say illegally parked cars are putting them at risk and it's members of the NYPD who are putting them there.
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.
Bronx Grocery Store Suddenly Lets Go Workers Who Risked Their Health To Help Others During Height Of PandemicSome essential workers who kept a Bronx grocery store running during the height of the coronavirus pandemic say they were fired out of the blue.
Demanding Answers: Some JCP&L Customers Told Not To Expect Power Until Next WeekFrustrated and fired up, some New Jersey residents are being told not to expect power until next week.