The administration says the budget is stabilizing and that they would also be easing back on the citywide hiring freeze.
The NYC Council is now joining a class action lawsuit against Mayor Adams and his administration for refusing to enact laws that would expand the city’s rental assistance program.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams is clearing up reports on how much migrants will actually receive on their prepaid cards.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams joined FOX 5 NY live on the 5 O'Clock News to answer questions about the issues affecting New Yorkers.
New York is expanding a curfew to additional migrant shelters.
Amid the NYC migrant crisis, a NY House Republican urges state and local leaders to condemn worsening immigration policies by the Biden administration.
Dozens of NYPD officers prepped at the 115th Precinct for a mission to shut down at least six brothels in Queens operating under the guise of massage parlors.
Mayor Eric Adams said he wanted to create a new department, known as the Department of Sustainable Delivery, focused purely on regulating everything related to commercial delivery services, especially regarding e-bikes, scooters, and other e-vehicles.
Adams discussed the ongoing migrant crisis, crime, and new numbers on the city's homeless population.
Mayor Adams is doubling down on his decision to veto the City Council's "How Many Stops Act".
New York City Mayor Eric Adams says the city intends to wipe out more than $2 billion in medical debt for up to 500,000 residents.
Mayor Adams vetoed the "How Many Stops Act" this week, claiming it would only take officers off the streets, and behind a mountain of paperwork.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams vetoed a controversial city council bill that would require police officers to document every "investigative encounter" with the public.
The City Council has already passed the "How Many Stops Act" and has enough votes to override a veto if the Mayor decides to veto it.
Andrew Stewart-Cousins, the New York State Senate Majority Leader, spoke with FOX 5 NY about Governor Kathy Hochul's budget proposal and how to handle the migrant crisis.
Mayor Eric Adams announced Wednesday that budget cuts to the NYPD and the FDNY will be restored after better-than-expected tax revenues and 20 percent cuts to migrant services.
Migrants across New York City are being told they will need to clear out of shelters, including the one with at The Row Hotel, with no guarantee of where they will be going next.
Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli said buses of migrants bound for New York City have been stopping at the train station in his town in an apparent effort to evade an executive order by Mayor Eric Adams.
Will migrant buses flood Orange, Westchester and Rockland counties as companies try to avoid fines in New York City? Officials are bracing for impact.
NYC Mayor Adams is announcing an executive order requiring charter buses transporting migrants to provide a 32-hours notice. Buses can only arrive between 8:30 a.m. and noon, he said.