A judge in Schoharie County found him not guilty yesterday.
Harris says he's looking forward to reconnecting with his family. He insisted, "I've been ripped away from my kids three times now. We can now finally move forward and make ...
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale SAYS, "Any single one of those calls could have lead to a life or death situation for a child."42,000 calls to the Child Abuse Hotline went unanswered last year. The state's Child Abuse Hotline has been ...
The biker in his mid-70s collided with a stopped tractor trailer.
It happened around 5 p.m. in the south-bound lanes near the Tremont Exit.
Traffic was backed up for about three miles.
Applications will be accepted through early July. Awards will be announced in August.
Up to 500 "teachers in training" will have their college tuition paid in full.
Winners must be a New York state resident, maintain a grade point average ...
The Public Service Commission gave the go-ahead for the rate freeze yesterday while allowing the company to borrow more than $2 billion to improve its infrastructure.
Department of Human Services Secretary Ted Dallas insists there are "way too many people who are living in nursing homes, state hospitals or state centers for folks with intellectual disabilities and today is about starting a process to change all ...
95 Year-old Rudy and Isabelle Burger met when they were both just 20 years old and knew then they wanted to spend the rest of their lives together. The Burger's daughter, Carol ...
Lutheran Children and Family Services helps to settle about 100 refugees a year in the Lehigh Valley, but it plans to shutdown at the end of next month due to a lack of funding.
The not-for-profit will end most of its social services by June ...
Republican Representative Kathy Rapp says education spending will be the key sticking point to these negotiations.The last state budget was the latest in commonwealth history.
Lawmakers will be hoping to avoid a repeat performance when budget ...
SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher the retirement of Baby Boomers is part of the challenge.New York will need to hire 1,700 new teachers every year for the next 10 years for public schools to meet education demands.
Fred Kowal is a spokesman for the ...