NY Gov. Cuomo Orders Voting Rights Restored For Parolees
New York state will restore the voting rights of parolees under an executive order issued Wednesday by Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo that will impact as many as 35,000 New Yorkers who have served time for felonies.
NY Official: Trump Pardons Can't Be Shield For State Charges
New York state law must be clarified to ensure anyone pardoned by President Donald Trump may still be charged with violations of state law, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said on Wednesday.
Teen Gets Prison Time For Fatal Car Crash In Saratoga County
A 19-year-old man has been sentenced to 5-to-15 years in prison for a crash that killed a 16-year-old boy in Saratoga County.
Protesters Want Release Of Frat Video Deemed Racist, Sexist
Protesters at New York's Syracuse University are demanding that the school release video showing racist and sexist behavior by members of a now-suspended fraternity.
Police Release Name Of Motel Stabbing Victim, Seek Relatives
Police have released the name of a woman found stabbed to death in the motel where she lived in western New York, in hopes of locating her next of kin.
Community Foundation Invests $5 Million In Lead Free MV
The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties is investing $5 million to continue the work of the Lead-Free MV Coalition.
Tenney Slams Use Of Eminent Domain In Hospital Project
Congresswoman Claudia Tenney is slamming the use of eminent domain for the proposed Mohawk Valley Health System downtown Utica hospital project.
Syracuse University Fraternity Suspended For Racist Videos
A university in upstate New York has suspended a fraternity over videos showing racist and sexist behavior.
College Professor: Barbara Bush 'Amazing Racist', Happy 'Witch' i
A Fresno State University professor made news Wednesday with tweets that trashed former First Lady Barbara Bush just hours after the 92-year-old's death.