Long Island Apartment Complex Turning To Dog DNA To Catch Owners Who Don't Clean Up After Their PetsAn apartment complex on Long Island has had enough of their tenant's doggie... stuff.
'Poop Patrol' In Hoboken Means Business -- Dog Owners Who Don't Clean Up Could Face Up To $2,000 FineThe mayor of Hoboken says city officials are going undercover to make sure dog owners and walkers pick up after their pets after they do their business.
Bronx Woman Installs Cameras To Catch Dog Owners Who Don't Pick UpA woman in the Bronx was so tired of neighbors failing to pick up after their dogs.
North Hempstead Considers Raising Dog Poop Fine To Match Mistake On SignsThe Long Island community of North Hempstead says residents have to pick up after their dogs or pay the price – but exactly what that price is might be a little confusing.
Fort Greene Residents Go After Dog Walkers Who Fail To Scoop The PoopResidents of the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn have set up a “Dog Walkers Hall of Shame,” in an effort to catch those who fail to clean up after their pets on video or camera and post them online.
North Hills, L.I. Approves Law Requiring Residents To Clean Up After Dogs On Own PropertyThe village of North Hills, Long Island has approved a law requiring homeowners to clean up after their dogs – even on their own property.
Warning To North Hills Homeowners: Clean Up After Your Pets, Or ElseA new proposed law in North Hills, Long Island is designed to make sure homeowners clean up after Fido and Fifi.
N.J. Condo Complex Testing Dog Poop DNA To Track Down Owners Who Don't Pick UpA northern New Jersey condominium complex is taking a scientific approach to catch dog owners who don't scoop the poop.
The Week In Review: Honest Cabbie, Bonehead Tweet & Dog PoopHere is CBSNewYork's Week In Review for 2/14/2011-2/20/2011.
Exasperated Residents Fed Up With Filthy NYCThe melting winter white is revealing some seriously unpleasant sights.
Residents: Parts Of Upper Manhattan Overwhelmed By Dog PoopAs the snow melts away, the poop is revealed. The rough winter has done a number on all New Yorkers, but for some residents in Inwood and Washington Heights the straw has finally broken the camel’s back.