Students: Shooting Suspect Harassed Peers, Bragged About Gun
Students and neighbors describe the suspect in the deadly rampage at a Florida high school as a troubled teenager who threatened and harassed peers, talked about killing animals, posed with guns in disturbing photos on social media, and bragged about target practice in his backyard with a pellet gun…
State Lawmakers Approve Relief For Northern NY Flood Victims
The state Legislature has approved a bill that will extend relief measures to residents of a northern New York mobile home park hit by flooding last month.
Lawmakers Pass Bill To Move New York’s Primary Election Date
State lawmakers have passed a bill to move New York's Primary Day to Thursday, Sept. 13.
Police Receive Letter About 34-Year-Old Missing Persons Case
Police in a western New York city say they'd like to talk to the writer of a letter that arrived 34 years to the day after the disappearance of a young mother.
Shooting At Florida High School; No. Of Wounded Unclear
A shooting at a Florida high school Wednesday sent students rushing out into the streets as SWAT team members swarmed in and locked down the building, and police warned the shooter was still at large. Ambulances converged on the scene as emergency workers appeared to be treating possibly wounded peo…
Judge Rules Against Trump In Case Over Immigration Program
President Donald Trump's administration didn't offer "legally adequate reasons" for ending a program that spared many young immigrants from deportation if they were brought to the U.S. as children, a judge ruled Tuesday as he ordered the program to continue.
Residents, Officials Anxious Over Melting Of 17-Mile Ice Jam
Residents and officials in upstate New York are concerned about a massive 17-mile ice jam on the Mohawk River and the flooding risk it presents.
NY Diocese Begins Program For Survivors Of Clergy Abuse
The Syracuse diocese of the Roman Catholic Church is establishing a reconciliation program for survivors of clergy sexual abuse.
Legislative Aide Facing Domestic Violence Charges Resigns
A senior aide to a New York state senator has resigned in the face of felony domestic violence charges.
NY Seeks Volunteer ‘Ambassadors’ For State Campgrounds
The Department of Environmental Conservation is looking for volunteers for its "Campground Ambassador" program that helps introduce new campers to outdoor activities.