Bob Mascali is a former deputy commissioner at the Department of Homeless Services during the Bloomberg administration and formerly affiliated with a non-profit that provides supportive housing for families. He joined CBSN New York to talk about Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to fix the problem in five years.
Brooklyn Man Speaks Out After Being Paralyzed By Stray BulletA man who was paralyzed by a stray bullet eight months ago says he's hopeful for change; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Polly Trottenberg Confirmed As Deputy Secretary Of USDOTThe Senate on Tuesday confirmed Polly Trottenberg as deputy secretary of the U.S. Transportation Department.
MTA Transit Acting President Says She Wants More Cops In Subway SystemThe head of the transit authority is making a plea to the mayor and the NYPD for more cops. She says safety concerns are keeping people from coming back to the subways; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Cafe Maddy Cab Helps Pay For Taxi Rides For Members Of Asian Community In New York CityThe recent rise in anti-Asian hate crimes has people expressing concerns about riding the subway. Among them is a Brooklyn woman who found a way to get people free safe rides. She shared her effort, Cafe Maddy Cab, with CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis.
Sikh Community In New York City Celebrates VaisakhiTuesday is Vaisakhi, the Sikh New Year festival marked around the world. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports on how the community in New York City is celebrating.
Newark Police Help Save Man Attempting Suicide, Department Credits De-Escalation TrainingNewark police officers and community members came together Tuesday, using their hearts and their words to get a man attempting suicide to safety. The department is crediting de-escalation training for saving his life; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
New Mural In The Bronx Honors Late Rapper DMXA new mural in the Bronx pays tribute to rapper DMX.
Police: Man Robbed Brooklyn Woman After Meeting On Dating SitePolice say a Brooklyn woman was robbed by a man she met on a dating website.
NYPD Protocol Questioned After Woman Says Cops Broke Down Her Door Executing No-Knock WarrantFor the second time in recent weeks, there are questions about NYPD protocol. A retired correction officer says cops broke down her door while executing a no-knock warrant in Queens, and she says they were looking for someone who hasn't lived there in years; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
COVID Vaccination Sites Switch From Johnson & Johnson Vaccine To Others After Health Officials Recommend PauseMany COVID vaccination sites across the Tri-State Area are switching from the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to others after the pause recommended by the CDC and FDA; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Stolen CBS2 Vehicle Located In The BronxA CBS2 vehicle was stolen while our crews were at work in Midtown on Tuesday.
Only On CBS2: Parolee Hilton Webb Discusses Problems With Re-Entry Process, How It Affects New York CityViolent crime is on the rise in New York City, and some say a broken parole system is to blame. CBS2's Ali Bauman spoke with a parolee about the problems in the re-entry process from prison and how that affects the whole city.
NYC Health Department Releases New COVID-19 Variants ReportThe New York City Department of Health has released a new report on COVID-19 variants in the city.
NYC Communities Coming Together To Find Ways To Prevent ShootingsAs gun violence surges in New York City, there's a new effort to keep people safe this summer. Communities are coming together to find ways to prevent shootings by taking action in their own neighborhoods; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
SWAT Involved In Standoff With Barricaded Gunman In Connecticut NeighborhoodA SWAT standoff with a barricaded gunman is ongoing in Branford, Connecticut, after a shootout with police.
Derek Chauvin Trial: Defense Begins Presenting CaseThe defense began presenting its case Tuesday in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Minnesota Police Officer, Chief Resign After Deadly Shooting Of Daunte WrightResignations have been handed in after the deadly police-involved shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright in Minnesota. His family was joined by members of George Floyd's family Tuesday to demand justice; Nancy Chen reports for CBS2.
Researchers Investigating Rare Reports Of Patients Developing Blood Clots After Receiving Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe FDA and the CDC are waiting for researchers to determine if the Johnson & Johnson vaccine causes or is related to blood clots; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Tri-State Area Pauses Distribution Of Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineThe Tri-State Area is following a federally recommended pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine prompted by concerns about rare cases of blood clots; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Police: Dennis Kwiecinski Facing Charges For Groping Women, Including Mom Pushing Stroller, In Rutherford, N.J.A New Jersey man is accused of groping multiple women, including a mother pushing her child in a stroller, last week in Rutherford. Katie Johnston reports.
New York Weather: Tuesday Afternoon 4/13 CBS2 Weather HeadlinesCBS2's Elise Finch has a look at the forecast.
Guide Dogs And New Handlers Train In Huntington, N.Y.The Guide Dog Foundation is helping six visually impaired people train their new companions.
Man With Kids Seen On Video Robbing Frozen Yogurt Shop In QueensPolice are searching for a man with two children seen on video robbing a frozen yogurt shop in Queens.
Daunte Wright's Death At The Hands Of Minnesota Police Sparks Nationwide OutrageThat includes here in New York, where protests took place overnight. The Manhattan Bridge was shut down and a group attempted to cross the George Washington Bridge. CBS2's John Dias reports.