NYC's Efforts To Move Men Out Of Lucerne Hotel Homeless Shelter Delayed AgainAn appeals panel granted a stay on behalf of residents at the Lucerne Hotel.
Protesters Rally In Support Of Homeless Men Living In Lucerne Hotel On Upper West SideMultiple groups protested near the hotel on the Upper West Side and called on the mayor to not move the men.
Judge Rules Homeless Men Living At Lucerne Must Leave Upper West Side HotelThe city is planning an orderly phase-out from the Lucerne to the Radisson Hotel in the Financial District after Thanksgiving.
Lawsuit Filed Against De Blasio Administration Over Internet Service For Students In NYC Homeless SheltersAttorneys say the city claims its planning on installing Wi-Fi networks in each shelter, but details are scarce.
Mayor De Blasio Addresses Concerns About Lack Of Internet For Students In Homeless SheltersA spokesperson for the city says its goal is to have all sites completed by summer 2021.
Some Homeless Families Say They're Being Threatened With ACS Intervention Because They Can't Log In For Remote LearningHomeless families say they're facing an uphill battle to get their kids online for school, and the problems leave them worried they could lose their kids.
Homeless Shelter Residents Ask For Emergency Hearing In Effort To Avoid Being Kicked Out Of Lucerne Hotel On UWSHomeless shelter residents at the Lucerne on the Upper West Side are not giving up their fight to stay at the hotel.
Lower Manhattan Group Raising Big Bucks To Try To Keep Homeless Out Of Their NeighborhoodHomeless men getting kicked out of an Upper West Side hotel are already getting the no-welcome sign from a Lower Manhattan group raising $1 million to keep them out of their neighborhood.
Five New Homeless Shelters Open In NYCFive of 90 new homeless shelters have been built 90 days into the city’s program that’s aimed at ending cluster site housing.
CBS2 Seeks Answers From De Blasio About Homeless Shelter Conditions, Outreach FailuresAlarming new accusations about the city’s homeless shelters surfaced Tuesday night – with one resident claiming he was beaten for complaining about decrepit conditions.
Report: Number Of Families In City Homeless Shelters At All-Time HighOn the heels of a city report saying the number of people on the street is at an all-time low, a new report showed the number of families in shelters is at an all-time high.
CBS2 Exclusive: Experts Say Child Development Programs Are Crucial For Homeless SheltersNew York City increasingly has been asked to meet the needs of homeless families with very young children, as the homeless population has skyrocketed.
NYC Stepping Up Security At Homeless SheltersCity officials touted the overhaul Tuesday as a $140 million reform program to attack safety concerns for those in shelters while also encouraging the homeless to stay in shelters rather than sleeping on the street.
Auditors Fault Oversight Of Squalid New York Homeless SheltersIn a report released Tuesday, the comptroller's office said its auditors visited 20 certified and 19 uncertified shelters statewide, including 26 in New York City, giving operators less than 24 hours' notice.
Comptroller Stringer: Families Living 'Daily Nightmare' At NYC Homeless SheltersMost of New York City's homeless are living in deplorable conditions, and part of the problem may be not enough staff to oversee shelters, according to a new report.