NYCHA To Test More Than 100 Community Centers For Lead-Based PaintThese centers run programs for children under the age of 6.
NYCHA Residents Rally As Lawsuit Over Unlivable Conditions Reaches CourtroomThey say NYCHA has failed to provide basic services, including heat and hot water.
NYCHA Building Super Shot By Housing Employee In KingsbridgePolice say the suspect is still on the run. He's believed to have escaped in a beige Chevy Tahoe.
Powerful Odor Making Life Miserable For Mother, Son In Brooklyn NYCHA BuildingA Brooklyn mother is fed up with a foul stench that's lingering in her apartment. She said she has made numerous complaints to New York City Housing Authority, but not enough has been done.
CBS2 Demands Answers, Gets Action For NYCHA Tenant Claiming Agency Wouldn't Fix Leak-Filled ApartmentJust moments before CBS2 aired Rivera’s story at 6 p.m. on Friday, NYCHA responded, saying the agency sent contractors to repair radiator knobs and a steam leak in the living room.
Investigation Underway After Boston Woman Books NYCHA Unit On AirbnbThe woman paid $90 a night to stay at Chelsea's Fulton Houses.
No Heat, No Hot Water For Thousands Of Residents In NYCHA ComplexesNYCHA's website says it has at least 17 more outages planned over the next week or two to deal with heat and water issues.
Thousands Of Residents In Bronx NYCHA Complex Without Heat, Water As Temperatures DropThe lack of running water and frigid air was a frustration felt by nearly 5,000 throughout the 14 buildings in this New York City Housing Authority complex.
Victim Spends 2 Hours Trapped Inside Elevator At NYCHA BuildingThe victim was trapped for two hours. Crews had to break down a wall to save them.
CBS2 Demands Answers After Mother Gets Little Help From NYCHA Despite Repeated Flooding Issues"Obviously she'd be a priority," Mayor de Blasio claimed. Margie Beltran says she's not felt prioritized. NYCHA then denied her request to be reimbursed for property damage.
New Report Says Mayor De Blasio Has Failed To Keep Campaign Promise To Fix Income InequalityThe disparity between the rich and the poor in New York City has barely budged, according to a new report by the Manhattan Institute.