Family Of Limo Crash Victim To Sue New York Agencies
The family of one of 20 people killed in a limousine crash claims in a legal filing against New York state that the intersection where the accident occurred was unsafe.
Former Cuomo Economic Guru Sentenced To Prison
The former head of the SUNY Polytechnic Institute was sentenced Tuesday to 3½ years in prison for his role in corrupting the Buffalo Billion project.
US arrests 32 at San Diego border protest
U.S. authorities have 32 people at a demonstration organized by a Quaker group at the border separating San Diego from Tijuana, Mexico.
AP FACT CHECK: Prosecutors' Filings Do Not Exonerate Trump
President Donald Trump is in denial when it comes to the Russia investigation and other scandals besieging him.
Moonves Scandal Looms over CBS Shareholder Meeting
With a $120 million severance package on the line, an investigation into sexual-misconduct claims against former CBS CEO Les Moonves will loom over the network's annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday.
Deadly Weekend For Snowmobile Riders Leaves 3 Dead
Authorities say three snowmobilers have died in separate crashes in northern New York since Friday.
Church-Performing Arts Venue
Construction has begun on a project that will turn a historic church in downtown Saratoga Springs into a state-of-the art performing arts education and entertainment venue.
New York state will receive more than $9 million in federal funds to broaden its fight against opioid addiction.
Nine community solar projects around New York state have been awarded state contracts to help low-income residents access renewable energy.
Medical Debt Paid
The medical bills of nearly 1,300 upstate New York residents have been paid off thanks to the efforts of two women working with an organization that buys medical debt bundled for pennies on the dollar.
New York state lawmakers are taking a look at the challenges facing public libraries and the changing role they play in our communities in the 21st century.
For-Profit College Debt
A new report finds that students attending for-profit colleges in New York state are more than twice as likely to default on their loans as those at non-profit schools.
Gun Control-Social Media
Should authorities be able to deny handgun licenses for hateful tweets?
New York's Department of Environmental Conservation is looking for volunteers to welcome and assist campers at state campgrounds this summer.
These New York lotteries were drawn Thursday
Legislative Pay Raise
New York lawmakers will soon make the highest state legislative salary in the country after a state compensation panel voted Thursday to raise their pay for the first time in 20 years.
Trump Resort-Illegal Workers
Two women who cleaned rooms set aside for President Donald Trump at one of his golf resorts in New Jersey say they used false papers to get hired, their supervisors knew it and that many employees there also lack legal documents.
New York-Education Budget
A coalition of New York education groups says schools will need a $2.2 billion increase in state aid to meet the needs of students next year.
President Donald Trump is marking what's expected to be a busy day for special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation by launching a Twitter broadside against the prosecutor and his team.
Wounded Man Dies
Police in Syracuse say a man who was shot last weekend has died from his injuries.