Mayor Adams Says NYC Schools Will Stay Open While Officials Negotiate Temporary Remote Learning PlanCity officials are negotiating a temporary return to remote learning for tens of thousands of students who aren’t showing up for class.
New York Leaders Ask Feds To Send Unused Emergency Rental Assistance Funds ASAP To Fend Off Eviction MoratoriumWith the state's eviction moratorium expiring on Saturday, the fate of hundreds of thousands tenants hang in the balance.
As More Children Are Hospitalized With COVID, Gov. Hochul Urges Families To Get Kids VaccinatedThe governor announced the state's "Vax to Kid" ad campaign to help boost vaccination rates. 
Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg Faces Backlash From Republican Gubernatorial CandidatesIt's part of continuing backlash over Bragg's decision to order prosecutors to avoid seeking jail for all but the most serious crimes.
Mayor Eric Adams Unveils 'Omnipresence' Police Plan To Get Homeless Off The SubwaysThe mayor and police commissioner have ordered officers to actually ride the trains.
Gov. Kathy Hochul Lays Out Agenda In 1st State Of The State AddressShe's hoping to convince New Yorkers that she has the right stuff to be elected to a full four-year term.
Albany DA Drops Criminal Charge Against Andrew Cuomo For Allegedly Groping Brittany CommissoCuomo had been expected to appear in court Friday to enter a plea on misdemeanor charges of groping former aide Brittany Commisso. 
Citing New York City's Economic Needs, Mayor Eric Adams Urges Companies To Consider Returning Staff To OfficesDespite the troubling and ever-increasing number of COVID-19 cases in New York City, Mayor Eric Adams is urging corporations and financial institutions to end their reliance on telecommuting.
'Hope Is Walking Into City Hall': Eric Adams Vows To Make City Government Better On Whirlwind First Day As NYC MayorIn addition to responding to a police officer who was shot, he rode the subway to work, called 911 to report a crime and told New Yorkers that his first 100 days will be dedicated to something he called "GSD" -- getting stuff done.
Gov. Hochul Outlines 'Winter Surge Plan 2.0' To Combat COVIDIt involves more rapid testing, sending dozens of new ambulance teams to New York City, and a dramatic plea for people to get vaccinated. 
Incoming NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell Says Getting Guns Off Streets, Addressing Subway Crimes Among Her Top PrioritiesThe city's new top cop has a long to-do list of big-ticket items to address once she takes the helm of the NYPD on Jan. 1.