78-Year-Old Woman Found Dead With Cord Wrapped Around Neck In Brooklyn NYCHA BuildingNYPD officers are now stationed outside of NYCHA's Carter Woodson Senior Housing Development in Brooklyn.
Family Says Inoperable And Malfunctioning Elevators Inside Bronx NYCHA Building Led To Mother's Fall, Serious InjuryA Bronx woman is in critical condition, after falling down a flight of stairs in her New York City Housing Authority building.
Tenants Of Bronx NYCHA Complex Say They've Been Without Hot Water For 2 MonthsResidents say the problem started at the beginning of November and their calls for help have gone unanswered.
New Law Requires NYCHA To Inform Residents What To Do If Mold Complaints Go UnaddressedUnder a new law to help NYCHA residents dealing with mold in their homes, the city housing authority is required to tell residents what they can do if their complaints go unaddressed.
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.
Hundreds Of Families In NYCHA Buildings Without Heat, Gas As Temperatures Start To DropTenant Association President Cynthia Tibbs says the same stretch of housing also went without gas for an entire year, starting on Thanksgiving Day in 2018.
Federal Monitor Sounds Alarm Over Lead Paint In NYCHA Buildings, Says There's 3 Times More Than Previously ThoughtA big job is getting even bigger -- removing the lead paint from New York City public housing.
1 Killed, Several Others Injured In 4 Different Shootings Across NYCIt happened at the Ravenswood NYCHA Housing Complex on 35th Street in Astoria around 4:45 p.m. Tuesday.
Coronavirus Death Toll By ZIP Code Illustrates Deepening Racial Divide Across New York CityNew data from the Department of Health shows a deepening divide as black and Latino communities are dying at twice the rate of their white counterparts.
Coronavirus Update: Cuomo, De Blasio Outline 'Test And Trace' Plan For N.Y. With Former Mayor Bloomberg Heading Up Statewide EffortThe mayor said New York City is not yet ready to roll out the plan, because there isn't enough COVID-19 testing capacity.
City Turns Attention To NYCHA Residents As More Coronavirus Testing Becomes AvailableIn New York City, residents will receive fliers and a knock at their door from a nurse or EMT.
Coronavirus Update: NYCHA Employees, Tenants Fear Getting Sick, Union President Says 'NYCHA Is Unprepared For This Disaster'"I could almost guarantee I contracted this coronavirus from my job," said one NYCHA employee who tested positive for COVID-19.