NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer tests positive for COVID-19
The Democrat is fully vaccinated and boosted and said he was experiencing minor symptoms.
In scathing report, NYC Comptroller says city was not prepared for pandemic
The report says that the city had a supply of N-95 masks that had already expired years earlier and found dysfunction and no city-wide plan for dealing with a pandemic.
Primary Day 2021: A long wait for results in Democratic NYC mayoral race
With the debut of ranked-choice voting and absentee ballots still to be sorted, it could take weeks to declare a winner in the Democratic primary for mayor of New York City.
Stringer denies sex abuse allegations by woman saying he wants to 'set the record straight'
NYC Comptroller and mayoral candidate Scott Stringer says allegations by a former campaign volunteer of sexual abuse are untrue.
NYC Comptroller, mayoral candidate Scott Stringer accused of groping former intern
A former intern has come forward accusing Democratic mayoral candidate and City Comptroller Scott Stringer of sexual misconduct.
Pop-up Dumpster pools in streets, floating pools in rivers proposed for NYC
Mayoral candidate Scott Stringer has a proposal called Summer in the City, which calls for the city to install pop-up pools in neighborhoods that lack open spaces.
Comptroller Scott Stringer announces campaign for mayor of New York
Stringer has previously served as Manhattan borough president and as a member of the state Assembly.
Some Queens families still displaced after December sewage flooding
The mayor's office said that 10 families are still living in hotels.
NYC's COVID-19 spending approaching $1 billion
New York City has either spent or committed to spend nearly a billion dollars on COVID-19-related costs as of Wednesday, FOX 5 NY has learned.
New York City schools closed until at least April 20
Mayor Bill de Blasio says that schools will be closed starting Monday until at least April 20th but he warned that they could remain closed for the rest of the school year.
New York City is accused of fraud over taxi medallion prices
New York Attorney General Letitia James has informed New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer that her office intends to sue the city for $810 million to help hundreds of taxi medallion owners who find themselves hundreds of thousands of dollars in the hole.
Almost 300 brand-new subway cars pulled from service
Almost 300 practically brand-new subway cars have been pulled from service because of a problem with the doors.