NYC Restaurant Taladwat Closes Due To COVID-19 PandemicAnother business has been forced to close its doors for good due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Bodega Owners Say NYPD's Response To Increase In Robberies Is LackingBodega and deli owners in the city told CBS2 crime has never before been this out of hand.
New York City Man Tells CBS2 About Life In Hotel Homeless Shelter, And How He Understands The Public's ConcernsPutting the homeless in hotels in New York has become a contentious issue, putting city leaders on the hot seat with claims of mismanagement and rising crime rates.
Homeless Individuals Moved Out Of Hell's Kitchen Hotel That Took Them In During Peak Of COVID-19 PandemicCBS2 learned from the city that the Project Renewal clients who left the Washington Jefferson Hotel are being housed in facilities uptown.
Exclusive: Community Activists Work With NYPD On New Initiative To Confront Rising Crime In Chelsea, Hell's KitchenThe initiative started Monday.
Concerns Raised About Safety Of Some Outdoor Dining Seating In Hell's Kitchen As Indoor Dining Is PostponedSome restaurants have wooden barricades around their tables, but others have less stable barriers.
Only On CBS2: Hell's Kitchen Residents, Business Owners Fed Up With Rising Crime In NeighborhoodMaintaining a constant police presence is what fearful and angry residents say they need in a Midtown South Precinct area.
Calls For Help From Business Owners, Residents Affected By Hell's Kitchen Crime Spree Get LouderIf you see this once envied real estate from Chopper 2, you miss the violent fist fights and fires set with flames fanned by people living on the street and under nearby instruction sheds.
New York City Spends Night Under Historic Curfew; Expected To Start Earlier TuesdayThe last curfew of this kind was imposed back in 1943 by then-mayor Fiorello La Guardia.
Stringer's Cruise Ship Worry: Luxury At Sea Bringing Pollution To Air Around New York CityAhead of a proposed expansion on the ports, one official is demanding cruise companies do more to reduce their emissions into the air people are breathing around the harbor.
Living Large: Hell’s Kitchen Brownstone Has More Than Meets The EyeLike much of New York City, Hell’s Kitchen is seeing a real estate renaissance. From the gritty streets that once defined the neighborhood, there are now trophy properties up and down the blocks.