Hate Crimes Task Force Investigating Racist, Anti-Semitic Graffiti On NYU BuildingInvestigators said someone drew swastikas and wrote anti-Black statements on the building.
De Blasio: 'New York City Is Coming Back Strong' Despite Criticism From Cuomo, BrattonThe mayor was asked what he would say to people who are considering leaving for the suburbs or more rural areas.
Cuomo To De Blasio: The Graffiti Has Got To Go, 'Cleaning Up The City Is Important'The governor said that the combination of increased gun violence, more homeless on the streets and the surge in graffiti are factors people consider in deciding whether to move back to New York City. 
Graffiti Is Making A Big Comeback In NYC, But There's No Money In The Budget To Fight ItAnd that's not all. CBS2 has learned that 311 is no longer taking graffiti complaints.
2 Teens Arrested In Graffiti Vandalism Of St. Patrick's CathedralThe suspects allegedly spray painted the F-word in big red letters on the outside of the church on May 30.
Police Release New Photos Of Women Suspected Of Spray Painting St. Patrick's CathedralOver the weekend, police said they arrested the women’s getaway driver on charges of criminal mischief and making graffiti.
Arrest Made In Graffiti Vandalism Of St. Patrick's CathedralThe suspects allegedly spray painted the F-word in big red letters on the outside of the church around 5:15 p.m. on May 30. 
Motorcycles On Subways And Another Major Graffiti Incident Have Riders Saying 'There Should Be More Cops'There have been nearly half a dozen high profile train graffiti crimes since the summer.
NYPD Says Vandals Covering Subway Trains With Graffiti May Not Be New YorkersRecently, several trains had to be taken out of service after they were covered top to bottom in paint.
Former NYPD Commissioner Bratton Says Recent Graffiti Subway Vandalism 'Outrageous'It has led to serious questions about the security of the trains and who is patrolling underground. 
Exclusive: Graffiti Vandals Strike Again, Hit 'E' Train In Lower ManhattanThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority says the vandalism is happening out of sight of cameras and cops.