What's going on?

Animal Sanctuary Expansion
Rescued farm animals will be heading from California to upstate New York with the 96-acre expansion of Farm Sanctuary in the Finger Lakes.
Algae Blooms
New York is bringing together ecologists, biologists and local and state officials to fight the growing problem of algae blooms in upstate ponds and lakes.
Hall of Fame
Jockeys Robby Albarado, Corey Nakataki and Craig Perret are among 10 finalists on the National Museum of Racing's Hall of Fame ballot.
New York state lawmakers say they want to know whether current regulations relating to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are up to the task of protecting consumers.
Chevy Chase-Road Rage
New York State Police say actor and comedian Chevy Chase was kicked in the shoulder during an altercation with another driver.
The United States Tennis Association on Thursday was found mostly liable for when Canadian player Eugenie Bouchard slipped on a wet locker room floor at the 2015 U.S. Open and hit her head, suffering what she said was a "serious head injury" that changed the course of her career.
Cuomo-Aide-Corruption Trial
Jurors in the bribery trial of a former top aide to Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo may begin deliberations as early as next week.
Flu-New York
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is extending an emergency executive order that allows pharmacists across New York state to administer flu vaccines to children ages two to 18.
-Suburban NY Corruption Probe
A former New York lawmaker accepted a $5,000 kickback from a contractor who hosted him at a Notre Dame football game and then lied about it to FBI agents involved in a widening corruption probe, federal prosecutors said Thursday.
Mohawk Flooding
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has traveled to Schenectady to get a firsthand look at flooding along the Mohawk River.
Assisted Suicide-Prison
A 63-year-old woman has been sentenced to prison for helping her sick husband commit suicide with an overdose of prescription pills in their Hudson Valley home.
Naked Man-Trespass
A western New York man is in jail after authorities say he stripped naked in a stranger's house and tried to bribe sheriff's deputies not to arrest him.
NY-Tax Refunds
New York officials are reminding taxpayers they can check their state refund status online.
Rail-Ports Infrastructure
Rail and port projects across New York can apply for some of the more than $26 million in state funding for infrastructure improvements.
Former cable host Dylan Ratigan has joined a crowded field of Democratic candidates hoping to win a Republican-held congressional seat in northern New York.
Hungry Hawk-Bank
The feeding habits of a Cooper's hawk may fascinate birdwatchers, but employees of a New York bank are fed up with the feathery remnants of slaughtered pigeons.
Train Safety-Hospital Construction
Advocates in Utica, New York are questioning plans to build a hospital in an area that might require evacuation if there were a freight-train derailment.