NYC Mayoral Race: 8 Main Democratic Contenders Engage In Slash-And-Burn DebateThe first in-person debate of the Democratic mayoral primary was filled with cross talk and insults.
NYC Mayoral Race: With Time Running Out Before Primaries, Scathing Attacks Heat UpWith just three weeks before voters go to the polls to pick Democratic and Republican candidates for mayor, the men and women seeking the top jobs are throwing punches and launching broadsides.
NYC Mayoral Race: New Poll Shows Kathryn Garcia At Top Of PackThe gloves are off after a new poll in the Democratic mayoral primary has turned the race into a tight contest for three candidates at the top.
Candidate Conversations: Kathryn GarciaCBS2 is holding in-depth conversations with the 2021 New York City mayoral candidates. We are asking each of them the same questions, so you can compare.
Former NYC Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia Announces She's Running For MayorThis is Garcia's first run for public office after working 14 years for the city, including stints with the Department of Environmental Protection and as food czar.
Kathryn Garcia Leaves City Government, But Will She Run For Mayor? 'Stay Tuned'She resigned last week after 14 years with the city, saying she could not stand by while the mayor slashed more money from the sanitation budget.
NYC Parks Department Struggles To Maintain Parks Due To Limited Staff, Budget CutsAs trash keeps piling up around the five boroughs, Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a new initiative.
Kathryn Garcia Stepping Down As NYC Sanitation Commissioner; Could Run For Mayor Be Next On To-Do List?Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration has suffered a big blow.
400 Grab-And-Go Meal Sites In NYC Will Stay Open Through SummerDe Blasio says the city has distributed 70 million meals since March.
Demanding Answers: NYC's COVID-19 Program Accused Of Delivering Spoiled Food, Items With No Nutrition ValueSome needy New Yorkers are getting deliveries by New York City as part of its COVID-19 food program to feed the homebound and food insecure, but now with mixed results.
Coronavirus Update: De Blasio Pledges 'We Will Not Allow Any New Yorker To Go Hungry' As City Launches $170 Million Initiative To Fight Food InsecurityDe Blasio said approximately 500,000 New Yorkers lost their livelihood in the last few weeks and their money is running out, if it hasn't already.