Nonprofits Ask NY For Help With Building Repairs, Upgrades
More than 350 nonprofit organizations serving people throughout New York are urging state officials to increase funding for building repairs, technology upgrades and other critical improvements.
Family Doctor Faces Child Pornography Charges
A 69-year-old western New York family physician faces federal charges after prosecutors say he had thousands of images of child pornography on a laptop, camera and memory drives.
New York Lottery Numbers For February 4, 2018
These New York lotteries were drawn Sunday:
Detroit Lions Hire Matt Patricia As Head Coach
The Detroit Lions hired Matt Patricia on Monday, doubling down on the franchise's hope it can copy the New England Patriots' formula for success.
Final Round Of Statewide Broadband Access Program Starting
New York state is getting closer to a goal of providing broadband internet to every corner of the Empire State by the end of this year.
Key Witness Expected To Testify At Trial Of Cuomo Aide
A key witness is taking the stand in the corruption trial of a former top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Adirondack Park Agency Approves Classification For 51K Acres
The Adirondack Park Agency has approved land classifications that expand the High Peaks Wilderness Area to a size rivaling Rocky Mountain National Park.
Research Focuses On Lake-Effect Phenomenon Behind Epic Snows
A new study aims to shed light on the weather phenomenon that's behind many of Buffalo's most epic snowfalls.
New York Troopers Step Up Road Patrols For Super Bowl
Police in New York state say they will once again step up road patrols around the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Man To Be Sentenced In SUNY Albany Dormitory Student Rape
A 26-year-old man convicted of raping a SUNY Albany student as she slept in her dorm room is scheduled to be sentenced.