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 ...
They lobbied for legislation that would eliminate the conceal carry permit requirement. One speaker said, "We're a free people, and free men do not ask permission to bear arms."Under current state law, no license is required for guns ...
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 ...