Employee Returns To Auto Plant That Hired Him 80 Years Ago
One of a western New York auto plant's original employees is returning to the factory floor to help celebrate the plant's 80th anniversary.
The Latest: Woman, Dog Swept Into Lake By Flooding Reunite
A woman and her dog have been reunited two days after they were both swept into a New York lake by flash flooding caused by torrential downpours.
Boaters Warned To Be Alert For Debris From Flash Flooding
Authorities are warning boaters to be alert for large amounts of debris washed into upstate New York lakes, rivers and canals by torrential rainfall earlier this week.
NY University Offers Free Tuition For All Medical Students
New York University is offering free tuition for all of its medical students.
Explosion At Bagel Store Blows Out Building Doors, Windows
Fire officials in upstate New York say a stove at a bagel store has caused an explosion that blew out the shop's doors and windows.
Cuomo Signs Law Setting Minimum Indoor Tanning Age At 18
New York state now prohibits anyone under the age of 18 from using indoor tanning booths.
Truck Driver Dies After Veering Off Roadway And Crashing
State police upstate New York say a 55-year-old Essex County man suffered a heart attack before the tractor trailer he was driving veered off the roadway and crashed into trees.
Student Sues Professor He Says Sexually Harassed Him
A former New York University graduate student has sued a prominent professor, alleging she turned his dream of working with a world-class scholar "into more than three years of continuous and unabated sexual harassment, sexual assault and stalking."
Teen Preparing For College Dies Crashing Car Into Library
A teenager who was getting ready for his first day of college is dead after he crashed his car into a community library in upstate New York.
New York Buys 11 Acres In Niagara Falls For $26M
New York state is spending $25.7 million to buy 11 acres of property in downtown Niagara Falls where it wants to see more development.