New York Lottery Numbers For Sunday, April 8, 2018
These New York lotteries were drawn Sunday
Funeral For 5 Family Members Killed In NY Fire
Five family members are being laid to rest a week after a fire raged through a home in New York's Catskills region.
Biologists Say Upstate NY Fish Die-Offs Are Common In Spring
Officials say the large numbers of dead fish seen in some upstate New York waterways doesn't indicate a problem -- it's a common occurrence in late winter and early spring.
Man, 61, Crushed By Heavy Equipment At Landscaping Company
Police say a 61-year-old man is dead after he was crushed between two pieces of equipment at a landscaping business in upstate New York.
Common Core Testing Approaches For New York Schools
New York students will sit for the first round of annual Common Core testing this week.
NY Mulls Training Hotel Workers To Spot Human Trafficking
A legislative proposal introduced in the New York state Legislature would require training for hotel workers in how to recognize signs of human trafficking.
Trump Once Fought Measure Requiring Sprinklers In Buildings
The 50th-floor apartment in Trump Tower where a man was killed in a raging fire did not have sprinklers — a requirement Donald Trump once fought as a powerful real estate developer.
Police, Fed Up With Lingering Cold Weather, ‘Arrests’ Winter
An upstate New York police department fed up with lingering cold weather has placed winter under arrest.
Hamilton College Hosts 2 Former National Security Advisers
Hamilton College in upstate New York college is hosting a discussion between two former national security advisers.
New Plan Combats Substance Abuse Among Student-Athletes
Several state agencies are participating in a new initiative to help schools across New York prevent and address substance use disorder among students.