Judge Denies Bail For NXIVM Founder
An heiress is being considered a "co-conspirator" in a sensational sex-trafficking case in which the jailed founder of a purported self-help group is accused of branding women, a federal prosecutor said at a hearing Tuesday.
5 Kids Suffer Minor Injuries When School Bus Hits House
Five elementary school children have sustained minor injuries when a mini school bus veered off the road and struck a house in North Amityville, New York.
Lawmakers Vote To Eliminate Cash Bail
The New York state Assembly has voted to eliminate the requirement for cash bail in most criminal cases.
The Latest: Judge Approves Merger of AT&T and Time Warner
A federal judge has approved the $85 billion mega-merger of AT&T and Time Warner, potentially ushering in a wave of media consolidation while shaping how much consumers pay for streaming TV and movies.
Zinc Mine Reopens With Hydropower Help From State
A zinc mine in New York's North Country is back in business.
State Lawmakers Vote To Make 18 Minimum Age For Indoor Tanning
New York is poised to prohibit anyone under the age of 18 from using indoor tanning booths.
Man Charged With Stabbing Woman In Car, Leaving Her To Die
A 55-year-old man has been charged with stabbing his girlfriend and leaving her to die after she fell from his moving Jeep in western New York.
Cuomo: Cashless Tolling Set At More Thruway Toll Barriers
New York state officials say cashless tolling will begin by the end of this year at the Thruway Authority's toll barriers in the lower Hudson Valley.
Student Leaders From Public Colleges Lobby For More Support
Student leaders from public colleges across New York are headed to Albany to urge lawmakers to approve legislation aimed at boosting support for higher education.
US Man Gets 15 Years For Trying To Join Islamic State Group
A New York man who traveled to Turkey to join the Islamic State group said Monday he thought it would be the best way to help victimized Syrians and that he never wanted to be a fighter, as prosecutors contended.