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.
NYC Council Announces New Legislation To Help NYCHA Residents Dealing With MoldCity Council member Ritchie Torres says NYCHA has a history of not effectively addressing mold problems. 
Residents At East Harlem NYCHA Complex Fume Amid Clean Water ProblemsThousands of New York City Housing Authority residents said Tuesday the city is failing them because they went without clean water to drink or to use for bathing for three days.
Water Main Break Leaves Harlem NYCHA Complex Without Running WaterA water main break shut down service to 10 buildings Sunday at the Taft Houses. 
NYCHA Advocates Rip Gov. Cuomo At Rally For Not Putting Money For Public Housing In New BudgetAt a rally on the steps of City Hall, the advocates demanded that the governor earmark $3 billion for public housing projects in the state, including $2 billion of it for NYCHA.
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.