NYPD Prepares For Potential Election Day Protests Following Unrest During Summer DemonstrationsThe NYPD is putting the finishing touches on its plan to protect residents and businesses from possible protests related to next week's election.
NYPD Names Juanita Holmes First Female Chief Of PatrolHolmes is the highest ranking African-American woman and has 16 immediate family members who also serve in the department.
New York City Launches 'Open Storefronts' Program, Allowing Businesses To Use Sidewalks, Curb SpaceBusinesses will be able to use sidewalks in front of their storefronts or, in some cases, the curb lane of the street.
Mayor De Blasio Urges New Yorkers To Stay Home For The Holidays: 'We Have A Real Threat Of A Second Wave'The mayor asked people not bring COVID back to the city and to help prevent a spike in infections.
New York City Council Members Demand Student Attendance Records From Education Officials; 'This Is Not A Game'There were many questions, few answers and a whole lot of frustration at a New York City Council hearing.
NYC Suing Trump Administration Over 'Anarchist' DesignationNew York City, Portland and Seattle were given the label back in September.
Gov. Cuomo Redraws COVID-19 Hot Zones As Infection Rates ImproveThe governor announced Wednesday that restrictions in New York City will be narrowed to certain blocks instead of whole zip codes
NYPD Unveils Plan To Protect New Yorkers During Elections: 'If Anyone Tries To Interfere With Anyone's Right To Vote, We Will Take Action'Early voting begins at select locations in New York City on Oct. 24. Voters can also submit absentee ballots.
Gov. Cuomo Says He Will Redraw Lines In Some NYC COVID-19 Hot ZonesGov. Andrew Cuomo says he will redraw the lines, and the results will be announced as soon as Wednesday.
Hasidic Wedding Scheduled For Monday In Williamsburg Could Test Resolve Of COVID EnforcementAs CBS2's political reporter Marcia Kramer reports, New York City is hoping to avoid a repeat of a gathering last Sunday in the village of New Square.
Cuomo Says He Will Withhold Funding From Local Governments That Don't Enforce In Areas With COVID-19 Micro-ClustersNew York City, and Orange and Rockland counties could see dramatic cuts in the cash they get from Albany.
NYPD Takes First Step In Reinventing Itself, Announces Partnership And Upcoming Community ForumsFour months ago, the governor ordered every police department in the state to restore community trust in law enforcement, or lose state aid. On Tuesday, the NYPD began trying to comply.
Mayor De Blasio Claims City Cannot Afford $900 Million Owed To Teachers, Citing Fiscal Crisis Caused By PandemicAfter an ugly battle with the teachers union over the opening of schools, Mayor Bill de Blasio and the union are duking it out again.
Borough Park Unrest: Mayor De Blasio Insists There's No Double Standard In EnforcementCBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer put the tough questions to Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday.
COVID Clusters In NYC: De Blasio Promises Crackdown With Hefty Fines, Enforcement For Violations In Hot ZonesThe new lockdown is set to begin Thursday in COVID hot zones in Brooklyn and Queens.