HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge Tours NYCHA Buildings, Addresses Complaints: 'What I Heard Today Is Not Acceptable'Chronic mismanagement of antiquated buildings, combined with mold, lead and other problems, have plagued public housing for years.
NYCHA Tenants On Coney Island Say They've Been Without Heat For Weeks, Complaints Go UnansweredA rally was held in front of the apartments Thursday.
Senior Citizens Benefiting From Medical Care Service In NYCHA And Privately Owned BuildingsExpert medical care was delivered to the doorsteps of seniors in the city on Thursday. From vision screenings to vaccines, the program made a world of difference.
New York City Announces $111 Million Project To Improve Appearance Of NYCHA BuildingsThe $111 million project will tear down unsightly sheds and scaffolds and fix façades at 45 buildings in 15 NYCHA developments.
NYPD Completes Renovation Of NYCHA Basketball Courts With $4 Million Seized From Drug BustsMakeovers are complete at public housing basketball courts throughout New York City, and the NYPD made it possible.
9 Contractors Accused Of Bribing NYCHA Supers To Get Repair JobsThe Brooklyn district attorney said it's believed the corruption goes beyond the nine people charged.
NYCHA Residents Accounted For Disproportionate Number Of COVID Deaths From March 2020 To June 2021The latest statistics from city public health officials include bombshell numbers about our neighbors who live in communities run by NYCHA.
NYCHA Announces New Efforts In Lead Paint Action PlanThe New York City Housing Authority announced a new effort to address lead paint in its buildings.
NYCHA Residents Say Former Federal Official Tricked Them Into Sounding Supportive Of President Trump For RNC VideoAs an administrator for the Department of Housing and Urban Development under former president Trump, Lynne Patton interviewed NYCHA residents about their housing conditions.
Recent NYCHA Deaths Renew Calls For Safety: 'A Failure At Every Level Of Government'Public Advocate Jumaane Williams held a virtual news conference Sunday highlighting the problems, which he said include underfunding and neglect.
Family Points Finger At NYCHA After Bronx Woman Falls Down Stairs And Later DiesDowe suffered from kidney failure and was heading to dialysis when she slipped and hit her head.
Here We Go Again: Some Bronx NYCHA Residents Say They Have Not Had Consistent Heat Since SaturdayThe season's first snowfall was unwelcome for shivering tenants inside a ew York City Housing Authority complex in the Bronx.
Demanding Answers: Some NYCHA Residents Perplexed They Have Been Living 5 Weeks Without GasLarry Keyes is 80 years old and says he and his neighbors living in the 11 NYCHA-run brownstones are beyond frustrated they still can't cook on their stoves.
Demanding Answers: NYCHA Residents Worry They'll Be Without Gas Service For Holidays After 4-Week OutageWhen CBS2 visited the buildings two weeks ago, the agency said it was working with an outside vendor to expedite the repairs. People who live there say they've heard that line before.
Heat Finally Restored At NYCHA Buildings After CBS2 Demands Answers For Tenants Left Without Gas ServiceHundreds of New York City Housing Authority Residents finally have their heat back on.