Q&A: How Do Different Groups Define School Shootings?
An advocacy group that supports stricter gun laws says the shooting that killed 17 people at a Florida high school on Wednesday was the 17th incident of gunfire at a U.S. school so far this year.
US Acquires Final Land Parcels For NY Veterans Cemetery
The U.S. government has acquired the two final land parcels needed for a New York veterans' cemetery that will eventually ease a burden for thousands of military families.
NY Creates State Certification For Maple Syrup
Watch out Vermont: New York is looking to boost its maple syrup industry by promoting syrup grown and processed within the state.
NY Legislator Group’s Annual Conference Underway In Albany
African-American and Hispanic lawmakers are gathering in Albany this weekend for their 47th annual legislative conference.
Ex-Boy Scout Leader Gets Prison Time For Child Pornography
A 26-year-old former Boy Scout leader who took sexually explicit pictures of a sleeping 16-year-old boy has been sentenced to 14 years in prison.
State Parks Attendance Rose Again In ’17, Topping 71 Million
Attendance at state parks rose last year once again, with 71.5 million visitors to parks and historic sites across New York state.
NY Man Dies After Crashing Snowmobile Into Tree
A 30-year-old man has died after crashing a snowmobile into a tree in upstate New York.
NY’s Adult Smoking Rate Inches To Its Lowest Recorded Level
New York state's adult smoking rate inched to its lowest recorded level in the latest numbers from state health officials.
Washington Snipped Here? College Says It Found Prez’s Hair
Tucked in the pages of a grimy, leather-bound almanac in the archives at New York's Union College was a tiny envelope with the hand-scrawled words "Washington's hair."
The Latest: Hanyu, Yarnold, Ledeska Win Gold At Olympics
Japanese figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu won gold on Day 8 of the Pyeongchang Games, becoming the first man to repeat as Olympic champion since Dick Button.