80% of that money will go to schools and fund property tax relief.
The casinos are now "under construction" in the Catskills, the Finger Lakes and near Albany.
Gambling opponents argue the cost of combating the negative aspects of casino ...
The State Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday to void the 2014 law.
Gun rights groups call it a significant infringement on the Second Amendment.
The May unemployment number was 5 1/2%.
Employers cut more than ten thousand jobs last month in Pennsylvania.
Our national symbol is on the rebound big-time in New York.Wild-life expert Mike Scheibel says the bald eagle was nearly extinct in 1965. He credits the resurgence of the majestic bird to local conservation efforts.
Today in New York there ...
On Monday, the justices rejected a challenge to the assault weapons ban.
It's all part of a $2 billion dollar "Smart Schools" bond act that was approved by voters in 2014.
State education leaders green-lighted the spending spree at a meeting Monday in Albany.
They range in age from 6-months to 18 years.
A 51 year-old Feasterville man faces a slew of federal charges.
An Amish couple has also been implicated in the bizarre ...
Representative Matt Baker says the money will provide tax relief and infrastructure improvements throughout the Northern Tier.
They've agreed to tough new drug reform measures, more disclosure when it comes to campaign financing and schools will now be required to do routine testing for lead in their drinking water.
James Cullen at the Brennan Center for Justice says since 2006, New York's prison population declined by 18% while it's crime rate fell by 17%.
He said the pattern shows "a pathway for solving mass incarceration."