Dept. Of Sanitation Quickly Cleans Up New Year's Eve PartyA massive crowd braved the cold and wet weather to welcome 2019 in Times Square on Monday night. Once the party was over, the cleanup started almost immediately.
Donation Vans In Queens Turning Season Of Giving Into A Local MessDonation vans from Brooklyn are causing controversy in a Queens neighborhood with residents saying they’re an eyesore and bringing down the area.
Abandoned Luxury Vehicle Becomes Home To Homeless Person, Stinks Up Brooklyn NeighborhoodA luxury car that has seen better days is proving to be a neighborhood nuisance in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn. It's unsightly and also has a foul smell. So why hasn't the city towed it?
Displaced Sanitation Trucks Are Now East Village's ProblemGarbage trucks that used to be parked during the overnight hours near the Hudson River are now in the East Village. Angry residents say they are lined up and smelling up the neighborhood.
Exclusive: Illegal Dumping Turns East New York Neighborhood Into Rodent And Bug-Infested NightmarePeople living in an East New York neighborhood say they're fed up. Their streets have turned into a illegal dumping ground.
Citywide 'Stop & Swap' Events Offer Outlet For Unwanted, Reusable ItemsPeople can drop anything off they want to get rid of and take home as many items as they want completely free of charge.
Demanding Answers: New Yorkers Growing Frustrated With Slow Trash Cleanup In Wake Of SnowstormWhile the mayor was in Florida rooting for his beloved Red Sox at spring training, garbage was continuing to pile up in, on, and around the streets of the city.
Frustrations Growing Over City's Snow, Garbage RemovalDays after Tuesday's snowstorm, fed up New Yorkers are still having to navigate their way around dirty mounds of snow and garbage.
Residents Frustrated With City's Cleanup In Wake Of Weekend Winter StormMost streets saw plows early and often, but as CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reported, some streets like Croton Avenue in Staten Island didn't see a snow plow until late Sunday afternoon.
Wednesday Warm-Up Allows For Some Snow And Ice Removal In New York CityTaking advantage of a brief "warm" spell, an army of sanitation workers spent all day Wednesday trying to clear city streets of ice and snow. But many residents were wondering why they had not seen trucks and plows sooner.
Some Residents Perplexed By New York City's Lack Of Snow And Ice RemovalThe city suspended alternate side parking again Tuesday for snow removal. But some drivers said they still had to maneuver around mounds of snow and ice.
NYC Sanitation Truck Strikes, Kills College Student In BrooklynA college student from the Ukraine was struck and killed by a city sanitation truck Sunday morning in Brooklyn, police said.