Homeless Men Living At Lucerne Hotel Shelter Keeping Neighborhood Clean While Judge Considers Action To Move Them DowntownHomeless men housed at a hotel on the Upper West Side are making an effort to stay in the neighborhood as they wait for a judge to decide whether or not they must move, again.
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.
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.
Passaic Dignity House Offers A Place For Homeless Individuals To Receive MailThe mail either gets placed in one of 21 mailboxes or it's held for when the person comes to pick it up and takes advantage of the other services Passaic Dignity House offers.
13-Year-Old Long Islander Jackson Southerland Honored For Organizing Sock Drive For The HomelessA young man on Long Island is trying to change lives, one pair of socks at a time.
Harmonia Homeless Shelter Residents Will Not Be Transferred Out, City SaysFamilies who live there were concerned about plans to transfer residents to accommodate 300 homeless men who have been staying at the Lucerne Hotel on the Upper West Side.
Volunteer Groups Gearing Up To Provide Coats, Blankets For Homeless Individuals As Temperatures DropSeveral nonprofit groups endeavor to warm up homeless individuals if only a little bit with coat and blanket donation drives.
MTA Formally Bans Defecating On Subways Among Other New Rules 'Targeted At Minimizing Health Risks,' CEO SaysAll this comes as the MTA is in the middle of a financial crisis and considering raising fares and tolls, plus painful service cuts if no aid comes from the federal government.
Homeless In New York Discuss Life In COVID-19 World: 'I'm Scared One Moment Something Bad Can Happen'While many New Yorkers are going to work or returning to Manhattan for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak, many homeless men and women have been living at the epicenter of the global pandemic.
$2,500 Reward Offered After Shocking Video Shows Sleeping Homeless Man Attacked With FireworksA shocking video circulating on Twitter shows the city's fireworks problem taking a dangerous and cruel twist.
Commissioner Banks Grilled On NYC's Homeless Outreach ProgramSo far, of the hundreds of homeless the city has been in contact with, fewer than 15% remain connected to the system.
Examining The Effectiveness Of NYC's Homeless Outreach Program Amid Subway ShutdownIs this initiative helping, or just pushing the homeless further into the shadows?
Oh My Goodness: Westchester County Mom Organizes Birthday Parties For Homeless Children At Local ShelterThe City of Mount Vernon alone estimates it has 900 homeless kids enrolled in the local school district.
MTA Police Increase Presence At Grand Central Terminal After Business Owners Express Concern About Homeless PopulationIt's an action and a presence some restaurateurs say is long overdue.
Oh My Goodness: Nonprofit Launched By Couple Provides Backpacks Full Of Supplies To Homeless IndividualsThey hit the streets throughout the five boroughs every two weeks, and the hundreds of volunteers have given out more than 3,000 backpacks.