Only On CBS2: Hell's Kitchen Residents Say Nothing Is Being Done About Homeless Encampments Despite Complaints Of Fighting, Drug UseThe city's health department is primarily responsible for getting help for the people who live on the sidewalks, but workers tell CBS2 it's too dangerous and challenging a job to do alone.
'It Has Become A Ghost Town': Broadway Storefront Vacancies Up More Than 75% Since 2017A new survey of vacancies along the 244 blocks of Broadway found 335 street-level vacant storefronts, compared to 188 in 2017.
Mayor De Blasio's Statement That Some New Yorkers 'Are Going To Have To Improvise' Getting To Work Draws CriticismThe mayor was asked what he would tell New Yorkers who don't have a car and don't feel comfortable riding mass transit as the city prepares to reopen.
Seniors Fight To Save Manhattan Independent Living Housing Facility From Being Sold"This building is renovated specifically to provide housing for older adults," Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer said.
Still Hopeful Of Expansion, Lenox Terrace Developers Ready To Make ConcessionsTenants of a historic Harlem apartment complex are gaining traction in their fight against a proposal to expand their community.
CityViews: The Fight To Keep Manhattan Affordable For Businesses, FamiliesCityViews is kicking off a new series that will take an in-depth look at each borough in New York City by hearing from the borough president and highlighting a local business that is thriving.
NYC Adds More Security To City Homeless Shelters In Wake Of Fatal Stabbing In East HarlemIn wake of the attack, the NYPD will also be conducting security reviews at all 27 mental health shelters over the next 10 days.
NYC Leaders Release Report With Suggestions To Improve Police-Community RelationsAdams said ultimately the report examines how to improve relationships between police and the community and reach common ground.
Report: Some City Curbs Miss The Cut For People With DisabilitiesA new report says parts of curbs in New York City aren't up to code for people with disabilities.
Manhattan Borough President's Report Finds Problems With Curb Cuts Designed To Help DisabledThey found that just 115, or 9.5 percent, were fully compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
Kids From Across Tri-State Area Bring Energy, Excitement To World Cup Championship ParadeUFT President Michael Mulgrew said he U.S. women's soccer team exhibits a great work ethic and competitive spirit that can inspire student athletes -- especially girls.
Moms March Against Domestic Violence On Mother's DayThe fourth-annual Brooklyn Bridge Mother's Day walk was founded by Dawn Diaz on behalf of her late mother and other victims of domestic violence.
Commissioner Bratton, Elected Officials Mark Denim Day With Rally Against Sexual ViolenceCommissioner Bratton said rape is too often not reported and urged victims to come forward.
Manhattan Borough President Seeks Rent Mediation For Mom-And-Pop BusinessesUnder Brewer's proposal, if a landlord seeks to jack up a store's rent, a mediator would try to work out a deal. If one cannot be reached, the business would receive a one-year extension so that it has time to find a new space.
Officials, Businesses Not Happy With Planned NBA All-Star Concert At Flatiron Public PlazaFears are being expressed that an NBA All-Star concert next week in one of the city's busiest neighborhoods could hurt local business and stop traffic.