Advocates Rally Against NYC's Decision To Move Thousands Of Homeless Individuals From Hotels To SheltersJust as the city ramped up moving some 8,000 homeless people out of the hotels, a lawsuit brought by the Legal Aid Society brought the process to a standstill.
New York Lawmakers Pushing 'Treatment Not Jails Act' -- More Comprehensive Support For Those In Legal SystemThe suspect in the recent attack on an Asian woman in Chinatown was no stranger to law enforcement. Alexander Wright's history of arrests is raising questions about what went wrong.
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.
Demanding Answers, Getting Action: Following CBS2 Report, Kristin Bruan Gets Daughter Seated In City's Learning Bridges ProgramAs New York City schools operate remotely, some say a city day care program is turning away students with special needs.
Parents Of Special Needs Students Say They Are Being Shut Out Of NYC's Learning Bridges ProgramAs New York City schools operate remotely, some parents say a city day care program is turning away students with special needs.
Fed Up Over Having No Heat, Astoria Building Tenants Ready To Take Landlord To CourtA battle between some Queens tenants and their landlord is heating up as the temperature drops.
Homeless Residents Moved Out Of Midtown Hotel To Make Room For Other Homeless IndividualsMany residents at the Harmonia have disabilities and have been living there for years.
New York City Relocating Homeless Individuals Currently Housed In Commercial Hotels Due To PandemicThe city says its plan to use hotels to battle COVID-19 was temporary.
Homeless Rights Advocate: 'Terrifying' Scene On First Night Of New York City Subway ShutdownThe shutdown has been touted as a way to disinfect the trains and stations, but it's also meant to get the homeless out of the system.
Coronavirus Update: Rikers Island Rate Of Infection 7 Times Higher Than Citywide, Legal Aid SaysThe Legal Aid Society warns if the pandemic continues at this pace, the entire local jail population will be infected within a matter of weeks.
Bail Reform: NYC To Offer Mets Tickets, Doughnut Gift Cards To Get Freed Inmates Back In CourtState judges will no longer require cash bail for most misdemeanors and nonviolent felonies like selling drugs or burglarizing a home, and now the state says nearly 900 in jail now will be released starting mid-December.
After 26 Years In Prison, Innocent Man Carlos Weeks Walks Free From Brooklyn CourtIn 1995, Weeks was convicted of murdering a man and a little girl in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Critics, Community Leaders Question Use Of NYPD's Gang DatabaseThe NYPD's gang database is a list designed to fight gangs in the city, but some argue it's being used to brand the innocent.
Tenant Advocates Disappointed By Preliminary Vote On Rent HikeThe Rent Guidelines Board held a preliminary vote on Tuesday, and recommending increases for 1-million rent controlled units in the city.
N.Y. State Subcommittee Endorses Familial DNA Testing In Criminal CasesA New York state commission subcommittee won accolades from the Queens District Attorney’s office, and consternation from the Legal Aid Society, after endorsing the use of familial DNA testing in criminal cases.