NY Lawmakers: No Parole For Killer Of 2 NYC Officers In 1971
Parole officials in New York state are being urged to deny the release of a former Black Panther convicted in the deaths of two New York City police officers in 1971.
Judge Says Trump Made ‘Vicious’ Anti-Immigrant Statements
A federal judge in New York who's hearing two lawsuits challenging the cancellation of a program protecting some young immigrants from deportation said Tuesday that he can't ignore President Donald Trump's "vicious" anti-immigrant statements.
Education Is Next Up In New York Budget Discussion
Education leaders from across New York are set to make their case for more money from the state next year.
Report Says NY Construction Fatalities Going Up
A new report says construction deaths in New York state hit a 14-year high in 2016.
Bill Aiding Victims Of Medical Malpractice Passes In NY
Both houses of the state Legislature have approved a proposal to make significant changes to New York's medical malpractice law by allowing patients to sue years after an alleged misdiagnosis or mistreatment for cancer.
State’s Economic Development Chief Defends Cuomo’s Projects
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's economic development programs continue to bring companies and jobs to New York, the state's top economic development official testified Monday as lawmakers questioned whether enough is being done to hold firms to their promises and to claw back taxpayer money when they …
Senate OKs Bill Requiring Kids To Wear Helmets On Ski Slopes
The state Senate has passed legislation that would require children under 14 to wear a helmet while skiing or snowboarding on New York's slopes.
Schenectady Demolishes 2 Houses Following Landslide
Two homes in an upstate New York city have been demolished following a landslide Sunday morning that displaced nearly two dozen residents.
Comptroller: Local Sales Tax Collection Rose 3.9% In ’17
New York state's comptroller says local sales tax collection rose by nearly 4 percent in 2017, making it the highest annual growth since 2013.
NY Congressman Says Classified Memo Shows Abuses Of Power
New York Rep. Peter King says the American people have a right to know about the evidence of abuses of power committed by a small number of top officials.