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.
Citi Bike Offering Free Month Of Membership For NYCHA Residents, SNAP RecipientsCiti Bike is offering a free month of membership to New Yorkers who live in public housing or receive food stamps.
'I Hope It Works Out': New NYCHA Head Arrives For First Day On The JobHe readily told CBS2 he came in at 7 a.m. and planned to do it every day.
Police: Men Posing As NYCHA Workers Rob 2 People At GunpointThe suspects had on blue NYCHA uniforms when they knocked on the victims’ door Wednesday near the FDR Drive.
New NYCHA Monitor Details In Exclusive Interview With CBS2 Just How Antiquated Struggling Agency IsHis name is Bart Schwartz. He's the man on the hot seat, the new monitor hired to overhaul the city's troubled public housing system.
Federal Monitor Finds NYCHA Broke Promises To Clean Up Rats, Mold And Lead PaintThe report says the city has not kept promises to fix a vast array of problems, from getting rid of rats and mold to lead paint abatement.
Urban Affairs Expert Discusses Scathing NYCHA ReportCBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer spoke with CBSN New York's urban affairs expert, Mark Peters, about a damning report on the state of NYCHA.
Health Department Evaluating NYCHA Apartment Building After Legionnaires' CasesTenants can still use and drink the water, but residents with a higher risk for getting the disease are urged to take precautions.
De Blasio Defends His 'Weekday Warrior' Pick To Fix Beleaguered NYCHAMinneapolis resident and future housing chief Gregory Russ will high tail it out of the city on weekends and holidays.
Exclusive: New NYCHA Head Gregory Russ Addresses The Many, Many Obstacles That Lay AheadThe new chair of the city's troubled public housing system, Gregory Russ, admits he's praying for a few miracles.
De Blasio Picks New NYCHA Boss Who Wants To Fly Home To Minnesota Every Weekend, Sources SayHis name is Gregory Russ - the head of the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority – and he’s the man Bill de Blasio has settled on to cure NYCHA's multi-billion-dollar problems.
NYCHA Monitor Blasts City's Lead Testing, Remediation EffortsThe federal monitor appointed to oversee the overhaul of the New York City Housing Authority sent a blistering letter to Mayor Bill de Blasio's interim NYCHA head Kathryn Garcia.