Auditor General Eugene DePasquale says waiting lists for vets to receive care are too long and too cumbersome at the state's six veteran facilities. DePasquale says there is no protocol in place for tracking complaints at V.A. facilities in ...
The two Democrats both have family roots in the electric city and will speak at a noon-time rally at the Riverfront Sports Complex.
Voters have mixed reaction to the high profile visit.Pundits say the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump ...
The dry spell will be parched some by rain this weekend but climatologists say it won't be the kind of soaking rain needed to alleviate the drought, which is the worst in New York since the year 2000.
A Virginia-based health care company is opening a new call center in Gates, New York and looking to hire 2,000 people.
The Maximus complex will need call center phone operators, analysts, accountants, and managers. &nb...
The governor insists it has cost taxpayers "nothing" even though New York has already spent $53 million promoting it thru TV and radio commercials."Start-up New York" was started three years ago and to date has netted just 400 jobs. It uses ...
It was due a week ago.
On Monday, July 11, the governor can do one of four things: sign the measure, veto it, veto parts of it, or do nothing and let the budget automatically become law. ...
The communion guidelines in Philadelphia contradict recently announced reforms from Pope Francis at the Vatican.
We caught up with some Catholics in Scranton recently who had a mixed response. ...
The survey from "public policy polling" shows Clinton up 46 to 42%.
That same poll has Senator Pat Toomey clinging to a one-point lead over Democratic challenger Katie McGinty.
Lawmakers have until tomorrow night to reach a deal.
Last night, the state House passed a $31-and-a-half billion spending plan.
The budget is about $2 billion less than what Governor Wolf wants. A spokesman for the governor continues to ...
It has to do with those rigged emissions tests
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says more than 21,000 New York car owners will get cash payments averaging $5,000.