Failed Pipe Spews 4.5 Million Gallons Of Sewage Into NY Lake
Officials in central New York say an aging sewer pipe that's slated to be replaced has failed yet again, causing 4.5 million gallons (17 million liters)of raw sewage to flow into a lake.
The Latest On The Truck Attack On A Bike Path Near The World Trade Center
The Senate's top Democrat is hitting back after President Donald Trump faulted him for an immigration program that Trump says allowed the man in the deadly New York City bike path attack to enter the United States.
Upstate Man Admits To Assaulting Children In McDonald’s
An upstate New York man accused of sexually assaulting two children at a McDonald's has pleaded guilty.
Buffalo Police Investigate Fatal Shooting
Police in Buffalo are investigating the fatal shooting of a 25-year-old man.
Man Dies After Driving Into Water At Marina
Authorities say a driver who was rescued Monday night after plunging into the water a Long Island marina has died.
Jail Inmates Help Pheasants Fly The Coop
More than a thousand pheasants raised and cared for by New York jail inmates have flown the coop.
NYPD Responds To Shots Fired Near World Trade Center Site
Police in New York City are responding to a report of gunfire a few blocks from the World Trade Center memorial in Manhattan.
NY To Invest $59M In Home Energy Efficiency
New York state is offering $59 million to qualified homeowners who want to weatherize their homes and cut back on their electrical use.
Man Charged With Torching NY Thousand Islands Motel In Sept.
The husband of a former manager of a motel in New York's Thousand Islands region has been charged with setting a fire that destroyed most of the business in September.
Students From Puerto Rico Can Get Free Semester At Cornell
Cornell University is offering a free semester of study for up to 58 students from Puerto Rico's main public university system.