Police Investigate Homicide Of Woman Thrown From Moving Jeep
Police in suburban Rochester say a woman is dead after being thrown from a moving Jeep as it crossed a bridge over the Erie Canal.
Ex-Judge Pleads Guilty To Stealing $11M-Plus From Trusts
A lawyer who served as an upstate New York town judge has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $11 million from family trusts he oversaw.
State Ethics Commission Exonerates Former Cuomo Appointee
A New York state ethics panel says it found no evidence to back up a woman's claims that a former Cuomo administration appointee sexually harassed and assaulted her while she worked for the state.
New York Lottery Numbers For Sunday June 10, 2018
These New York lotteries were drawn Sunday
Man Faces Sentencing For Trying To Join Terrorist Group
The government is recommending a 15-year sentence for an upstate New York man who traveled to Turkey to try to join the Islamic State group.
Fishermen Spot 6-Foot Thresher Shark Splashing Around In Bay
A pair of Long Island fishermen were shocked to see a fish splashing around in their shallow bay was a 6-foot-long thresher shark.
Your Internet Use Could Change As ‘Net Neutrality’ Ends
Your ability to watch and use your favorite apps and services could start to change — though not right away — following the official demise Monday of Obama-era internet protections.
Red Cross Launching Blood Drive Dubbed “Missing Types”
World Blood Donor Day is coming, and the Red Cross is launching a campaign to attract new blood donors.
Toxic Algae Blooms Increase In New York
The number of pollution-fed toxic algae blooms is climbing in New York.
Senator: Cameras Can Catch Cars Illegally Passing Buses
A New York state senator wants to use cameras to catch motorists who illegally pass stopped school buses.