Teacher Fired Amid Accusations Of Inappropriate Behavior
An upstate New York high school teacher has been fired amid accusations she had inappropriate relationships with two students.
Central New York Judge Gives CPR When Man Collapses At Gym
A central New York judge is credited with helping a man who collapsed at a gym.
Facebook Sued By Housing Advocates Alleging Discrimination
Fair housing advocates sued Facebook Tuesday, saying it lets landlords and real estate brokers target advertising to discriminate against women, those with disabilities and families with children.
World Video Game Hall Of Fame To Announce 2018 Finalists
The World Video Game Hall of Fame is set to announce the finalists for the class of 2018.
Many States Looking To Help Workers Save For Retirement
New York is among a growing number of states considering legislation to create government-sponsored payroll-deduction retirement programs for small businesses, which financial planners say could be a relatively painless way to help Americans reverse a dismal record of saving for their golden years.
New York State Budget Passes
Lawmakers in New York state passed a $168.3 billion state budget in the early hours Saturday
Scientists, Volunteers Count Tiny Glass Eels In Hudson River
Baby eels are swimming up the Hudson River and teams of scientists, students and community volunteers are counting them as part of a long-term research program.
Court: Government Can’t Block Immigrant Teens from Abortion
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal court in Washington has told the Trump administration that the government can't interfere with the ability of pregnant immigrant teens being held in federal custody to obtain abortions.
Clout Of Young Voters Uncertain; A Real Force Or A Fad?
Despite their enthusiasm now, it's far from certain that the young people behind the exploding "March for Our Lives" movement will be a political force at the ballot box this fall.
State Asking Feds To Revise 1980s Quotas For Fluke
State officials are asking the federal government to change its quotas to allow New York-based commercial fishing companies to haul in more fluke.