Forgotten Families Landlord That Ran From CBS2 Pleads Guilty In East Orange CourtroomThere has been a major development in CBS2's forgotten families series.
Notorious Landlord Skips Court Hearing As Forgotten Families Still Seek Justice In New York's SOTA ScandalNow, the courts are holding these landlords accountable. One of those notorious landlords was expected in court Wednesday, but Sean Young was a no-show.
Exclusive: Homeless Couple Draws Ire Of Some Elmhurst Residents For Living On A Couch On A SidewalkThe homeless encampment complete with a couch and pillows has been there since December, and some residents say it's becoming a health hazard.
Another 'Forgotten Families' Landlord Faces JudgeSean Richway, of Maryland, was forced to show up in court on a $50,000 bench warrant.
Forgotten Families: Occupants Of Dilapidated Homes Confront DHS CommissionerThe commissioner for the Department of Homeless Services was grilled by the City Council Monday. For the first time, he was also confronted by the very families who say his agency failed them.
Department Of Homeless Services Commissioner Grilled Over Forgotten Families By City Council And CBS2The head of New York City's Department of Homeless Services was on the hot seat Monday.
'Forgotten Families' Landlord Avoids Tenants During Court AppearanceA New Jersey landlord accused of housing New York City homeless families in dilapidated conditions returned to court Wednesday.
Concerned About New Shelters, Protesters Demonstrate Outside Home Of NYC Homeless Services CommissionerThe city's growing homeless problem has some taking matters into their own hands.
Lawmaker Blasts 'Poverty Pimps', Pushes Back Against Plan To Open New Homeless SheltersAs New York City's homeless population continues to rise, the debate over how to handle the problem is getting even more fired up.
CBS2 On Hand As Embattled Forgotten Families Landlord, Displaced Tenant Meet Face To FaceFor months, CBS2 has been investigating a New York City program intended to help homeless families. But instead, those families have ended up worse off.
Former Homeless Services Police Sergeant Faces Charges After Violent Encounter Caught On VideoProsecutors say the 34-year-old former peace officer assaulted an unidentified man who sought help at a Manhattan homeless shelter in March 2017.
'Not Clear What Planet The City Is Living On': Outrage Grows Over Mismanaged Money Used In Homeless Assistance ProgramThe city's handed over hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars to private landlords upfront, and they can't say for certain if that money will ever be recouped.
For New York City's Forgotten Families, 'This System Never Fails At Failing'Since January, CBS2 has been showing stories of working parents who were moved out of shelters by the Department of Homeless Services into squalid, uninhabitable homes in New Jersey.
What Rights Do Homeless Tenants Have In NYC?Kathryn Kliff, a staff attorney for The Legal Aid Society, talks about how some families have had to approach legal aid for help.
Expert: NYC Spending $50 Million To Put Homeless Families Into Unlivable ConditionsWith 3,000 families in the system at an estimated $17,000 per lease, taxpayers could be funding more than $50 million for the one-time assistance program.