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Bouchard-USTA
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.
Ratigan-Congress
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.
Siblings DWI
State police say a woman faces driving while intoxicated charges after she drove drunk to the police station to pick up her brother who had also been charged with DWI.
Hudson-Pharmaceuticals
A new study says areas of the Hudson River from Troy to New York City are spiked with pharmaceuticals that could pose a threat to aquatic life.
Trash Incinerator-Finger Lakes
Wine makers and residents from New York's Finger Lakes region on Tuesday urged Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration to reject calls for a massive trash incinerator between Seneca and Cayuga lakes.
Trump-Guns
As a grieving Florida community demanded action on guns, President Donald Trump on Tuesday directed the Justice Department to move to ban devices like the rapid-fire bump stocks used in last year's Las Vegas massacre. It was a small sign of movement on the gun violence issue that has long tied …