Man Who Pretended To Need Wheelchair Sentenced For Fraud
A western New York man who pretended to need a wheelchair to trick the federal government out of more than a million dollars in benefits has been sentenced to 32 months in prison.
Empire State Winter Games Expanding
The Empire State Winter Games are expanding.
Temporary OK For Travel Ban Puts Focus On Wednesday Hearing
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision allowing President Donald Trump's third travel ban to take effect — at least for now — has intensified the attention on a legal showdown before three judges in Seattle who have previously been cool to the administration's efforts.
NY Lawmakers Head Back To Capitol To Talk 2018 Agenda
Dozens of lawmakers are heading back to Albany to begin setting the agenda for the 2018 session.
Planned Catskills Casino Has 1,400 Jobs To Fill
A Catskills casino opening in March is looking to fill about 1,400 positions.
Reform Judaism Group Says Trump Embassy Decision Ill-Timed
The Union for Reform Judaism in the U.S. is calling President Donald Trump's anticipated announcement recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital "ill-timed."
Police: Officer Chasing Suspects At Mall Struck By Vehicle
Authorities in western New York say a police officer was injured after he was struck by a vehicle at a mall.
Woman Shot In Late October Dies At Syracuse Hospital
Authorities say a 20-year-old woman who was shot in the face in late October has died at a Syracuse hospital.
Retail Store In Downtown Albany Celebrates 150 Anniversary
A retail business that opened in downtown Albany two years after the Civil War ended is marking its 150th anniversary.
6 Hospitalized After Connecticut School Bus Crash
Police say six students were taken to a hospital with apparently minor injuries after their school bus was involved in a crash with a minivan in Connecticut.