University At Buffalo Launches Largest Fundraising Campaign
New York state's largest public university has launched its largest ever fundraising campaign.
NY Senate Bill Targets Drug Sales At Drug Treatment Centers
The New York state Senate has voted to toughen the penalties for selling drugs near a drug or alcohol treatment center.
Archaeology Field School Returning To Colonial Military Site
A summertime archaeological dig is returning to a community along the upper Hudson River that saw heavy military activity during the 18th century.
Judge OKs Appeal Of Case Around Trump’s Campaign Statements
A New York judge says an appeals court can decide if presidential campaign statements can be used to prove racial animus led to a decision to end a program sparing many young immigrants from deportation.
2 New Democrats Join NY State Senate
The New York state Senate has two new members.
NY Adds $100M To This Year’s Road Repaving Projects
Relief is on the way for New York drivers being rattled by countless potholes produced by a harsh, lingering winter.
Former Federal Prosecutor’s Body Pulled From River
Police in New York say they've pulled the body of a former assistant U.S. attorney from a river.
Habitat For Humanity Urges NY To Increase Housing Funds
Habitat for Humanity is urging New York lawmakers to pass legislation that would allow more funds to go to affordable housing.
New York Lottery Numbers For Sunday, April 29, 2018
These New York lotteries were drawn Sunday
Capitol Watch: Clean Energy Push, Cuomo’s Low Expectations
In New York state government news, the state wants more large-scale clean energy projects as the environment and energy become a key issue in the race for governor.