Officials Probe Commune After Illegal Child Labor Claims
Video purporting to show a 6-year-old old boy picking potatoes at a farm run by a religious community and other children working at the group's high-end cosmetics factory has prompted an investigation by New York state labor officials.
Officials To Double-Check School Safety Plans
State auditors are reviewing safety plans for schools across New York state in an effort to ensure local districts are as prepared as possible for a school shooting.
Search For Missing Toddler Ends After Mother Found Dead
Authorities are no longer searching an upstate New York farm for the 1-year-old son of a woman who was found buried on the site.
State-Run Welcome Center Being Built In Northern New York
Work is underway on a new North Country Welcome Center near the Thousand Islands Bridge in Jefferson County.
District Attorney Sets Meetings On Marijuana Legalization
With the release of a long-anticipated state report on marijuana legalization in New York expected soon, the district attorney for Albany County is planning to hold a series of public meetings this month to discuss the issue.
New York Lottery Numbers For Sunday, June 3, 2018
These New York lotteries were drawn Sunday
Capitol Watch: What’s Left To Do Before Lawmakers Adjourn
In New York government news, lawmakers are entering the final weeks of the legislative session and despite a long-list of bills awaiting action many are expecting only a few big accomplishments.
Upstate NY To Receive Over $67 Million For Public Housing
Upstate New York is getting over $67 million in federal funding for public housing.
New York To Hold Election Cybersecurity Drills
Officials in New York are conducting a series of cybersecurity drills to test how vulnerable the state's election system is to hacking.
The Latest: Trump Asserts ‘Absolute Right To PARDON’ Himself
President Donald Trump says he has "absolute right to PARDON myself" but says has "done nothing wrong" in the Russia probe.