NY Wine, Cheese Makers To Showcase Products At NY Capitol
Wine and cheese makers from across New York state are heading to Albany to showcase their products before lawmakers.
Police: Woman Used Obituaries To Find Targets For Burglary
Police in the suburbs of New York City say a woman was using local obituaries to choose victims to rob while they were busy attending funeral services.
Crash Of Small Plane Kills Jewish Seminary’s President
A small plane crashed just after taking off from an airport, killing the president of a seminary for Reform Judaism.
Cornell Reins In Fraternities Amid Reports Of Hazing
Cornell University has announced new rules for its fraternities and sororities after reports of hazing.
Teen Candidate Running For Spot On Western NY School Board
A teenager is among the school board candidates in a western New York town.
Lawmakers OK Gender-Neutral Terms For Police, Fire Jobs
Lawmakers in New York state have approved a bill that will officially remove the terms "policeman" and "fireman" in state law.
Cuomo: $30M For Next Phase In Plan To Combat Homelessness
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has released details of the next phase in his $20 billion, five-year plan to alleviate New York state's homelessness problem.
Help Wanted: Critter Catchers For New York Stream Study
Volunteers are being recruited to collect bugs and other tiny critters from streams around New York.
New Website Shows Where To Dispose Of Prescription Drugs
A new website is meant to make it easier for New York residents to dispose of unused prescription drugs.
Lake Champlain Sea Grant Program Gets More Money
A program that helps fund scientific studies of Lake Champlain has a new designation that more than doubles its budget for research about the lake.