Governor Cuomo visited the victim at the hospital in Syracuse Monday and refused to speculate on the motive. He said, "Let's get the facts. And then, once we have the facts we'll make a decision...see if there's something to learn. Then ...
We were supposed to learn the results of an investigation into inappropriate emails found on state servers and shared among state judges and prosecutors.
The solicitor general says the report was not comprehensive enough and contained too much ...
At least 10 people in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area have died this year from taking this synthetic drug.
It's a more potent form of the pain medication fentanyl and experts say it's more deadly than heroin.
Officials suspect that drug dealers in ...
Police say 62 year-old Thomas Ross stole the money to fund his gambling addiction.
He was a fundraising coordinator for more than 20 years in that diocese.
Police say it's a miracle nobody was killed.
There were half dozen people in the store at the time.The owner of the Two Eagles Smokeshop, about 15 minutes east of Batavia, says his store was left in shambles by the wreck.
The driver was ...
The 52 year-old suffered burns to his hands and arms.
Utica-area police are calling it an isolated incident and the general public is not at risk.
It's the centerpiece of the governor's controversial "Buffalo Billion" program.
Governor Cuomo's former campaign manager is accused of profiting illegally from the program.
Buffalo says the SolarCity project will mean 3,000 new and good-paying ...
Due to high enrollment, the school is offering huge discounts to certain students.
In-state students who attend any one of Penn State's 18 satellite campuses could receive $10,000 off tuition.
Out-of-state students may be in line for ...
Television and radio spots will be airing soon to educate the public about how to guard against the disease that is running roughshod in South America.
Pennsylvania Congressman Glenn Thompson is confident the bugs carrying Zika there will not come ...
AAA spokeswoman Liz Carey claims this sends a dangerous message to teens. She says, of "teenagers between the ages of 16 and 18, less than 40% of them are buckling up in the back seat, because it's not required. As long as you're over ...