NY Town Council Member Who Is Ex-Deputy Charged With Murder
A member of a rural New York town board is charged with murdering another man at his farm.
School Shooting Calls Released; Gun Bill On Governor’s Desk
Among the newly released recordings of 911 calls from deadly Florida school shooting, the parents of a 17-year-old girl can be heard telling a dispatcher that their daughter is texting from a classroom where the door's glass was shot out. "Three shot in her room. Oh my God. Oh my God,"…
Cuomo: Number Of Confirmed Flu Cases Drops Again In NY State
State health officials say the number of confirmed influenza cases across New York has decreased for the second consecutive week.
Slow Recovery From Latest Nor’Easter; 3rd Storm On Tap?
The arduous recovery from the latest storm to pummel the Northeast will likely stretch through the weekend as utility crews work to clear downed trees and power lines and restore electricity to hundreds of thousands of customers — with a possible third nor'easter in the offing.
NY Volunteer Fire Fighters: Time To Check Smoke Alarms
The organization representing New York's volunteer fire fighters is reminding residents to check their smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms to ensure they're in working order.
Adirondack Park Agency Proposal Would Allow Rail-Trail Plan
A state agency has proposed a change in the Adirondack land-use plan to clear the way for a 34-mile multi-use recreational trail from Tupper Lake to Lake Placid.
Molinaro Tells More GOP Leaders He’s Running For NY Governor
Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro is telling more Republican Party leaders that he's a candidate for New York governor — even though he's yet to announce his plans to the voters.
Hunters In New York Killed 1,420 Black Bears In 2017
Hunters in New York state took 1,420 black bears in 2017, down from the previous year.
Democrats Would Reverse Some Tax Cuts To Fund Infrastructure
For Senate Democrats, voting against the Republican tax cuts that President Donald Trump signed into law wasn't opposition enough. Now they have a plan to reverse some of the tax breaks for corporations and the wealthiest Americans and put the money instead toward a $1 trillion infrastructure p…
New York Expanding Mobile Addiction Treatment Service
New York state is expanding a mobile addiction treatment services that uses upgraded vehicles to provide house calls to communities hard hit by the opioid epidemic.