Police Arrest Mayor Of Upstate City For Second Time
An upstate New York mayor has been arrested for the second time.
Man At Center Of Branded Women Case Seeks Release On Bond
The leader of a New York-based self-improvement group who is accused of branding women and forcing them into unwanted sex has again filed a request to be released on bond.
Woman Dies From 3-Vehicle Crash On Interstate 690
Police say a 22-year-old woman has died from injuries suffered in a three-vehicle crash that shut down part of a Syracuse-area interstate highway for several hours.
Man Who Helped In Parental Kidnapping Seeks To Delay Prison
A Virginia businessman convicted of helping in a parental kidnapping is asking the nation's highest court to suspend the start of his prison term while he appeals.
State Owned Ski Centers Open For Season This Weekend
New York's state-owned ski centers are opening for the winter.
Man Charged With Killing Mohawk Valley Woman After She Left Her Store Job
Authorities have charged a 45-year-old man with killing a woman whose body was found in a Mohawk Valley field a week after she disappeared while walking home from work.
Parents See Red Over Ketchup Limit At NY School District
Some parents are seeing red over a ketchup crackdown at a New York school district.
Parents Charged With Using Kids’ Identities To Rack Up Debt
New York State Police say a couple racked up nearly $10,000 in unpaid utility bills and credit card debts using the man's son's name, destroying his credit rating.
NY Court Allows Jewish Religious Chicken Killing Ritual
An effort to stop the Jewish atonement tradition known as Kaporos, in which chickens are ritually slaughtered on the eve of Yom Kippur, has been defeated in a New York court.
Incentives To Amazon Could Top $2.8 Billion In NYC
The total value of the incentive package New York is using to lure Amazon could top $2.8 billion.