Officials: Man Injured In Fall From Cliff
Authorities in suburban New York say a man was injured when he fell from a cliff at a state park.
New York Lottery Numbers For Sunday September 16, 2018
These New York lotteries were drawn Sunday
New Seedless Concord Grape From Cornell Available This Fall
New York grape breeders have produced a fruit that's so big and flavorful they've named it after Mount Everest.
Judge Denies Ex-NY Assembly Speaker Bail Pending Appeal
A judge has denied an ex-New York Assembly speaker bail pending the appeal of his corruption conviction and seven-year prison term.
$500k In Grants For New York State Parks
Organizations that support New York state parks have another chance to apply for grants to help improve them.
Chief Sidelines Volunteer Firefighters For Training Concerns
An upstate New York fire chief has sidelined his volunteer firefighters from rushing into burning buildings amid concerns about training.
Police: Driver Faces Manslaughter Charge In Fatal Crash
A county sheriff in upstate New York says a woman was killed when a drunk driver crashed into her vehicle while it was stopped on the side of a road.
The Latest: Kavanaugh Again Denies Woman’s Assault Claim
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is again denying a woman's allegation he sexually assaulted her at a party three decades ago.
Early Bear Season Starts In Northern New York
Early bear hunting season is opening in northern New York.
Florence Flooding Spreads As Storm Heads Northeast
Emergency workers delivered truckloads of food and water to Wilmington, a city of 120,000 people cut off from the rest of North Carolina by Florence's still-rising floodwaters, as rescuers elsewhere used helicopters and boats to pull inland residents from homes swamped by swollen rivers.