New York saw a record number of data breaches in 2016, according to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Schneiderman says his office received close to 1,300 reports of breaches, a 60% increase over 2015. He says the breaches exposed personal ...
Heavy snow piled on a barn roof in Union County caused the two-story structure to collapse over the weekend. Now a family is dealing with the loss of several barn animals and the burden of having to rebuild.
Just a few weeks old, two lambs and ...
Prosecutors preparing to lay out their case against Penn State's former president say two of his ex-top lieutenants are among those who could take the stand.
Opening statements are scheduled to get underway Tuesday in the long-delayed criminal ...
The number of millionaires in New York soared following the national recession, up 63 percent since 2009 and up 15 percent between 2013 and 2014, state data shows.
The rise in millionaires — who live mainly in New York City and its suburbs, ...
Declining to exercise your right to vote would cost you money if a long-shot bill at the state Capitol is approved.
Eligible voters who don't cast a ballot would be hit with a $10 fine under the bill, which was sponsored earlier this month by ...
The fire claimed the life of his friend, 14 year-old Joseph Phillips.
The admitted arsonist will spend as little as 18 months in a juvenile detention facility, or get no jail time at all.
The fire at a tire recycling plant in Lockport caused more ...
Harrisburg-based Real Alternatives has asked the courts to prevent Eugene DePasquale from examining the money that it received from nearly 30 donors.
DePasquale wants an investigation into how the money is being spent.
The region is recovering from a three-foot snow storm. Mountains of snow, 20 feet high, are piling up in parking lots.
Broome County officials says the snow mounds are hampering visibility for motorists.
National Guard ...
It blames the layoffs on a glut of inventory in China.
Zippo employs about 500 people in the city of Bradford.
Eight teams will be competing over two days in the Queen City, including the tournament's overall top seed, Villanova.
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown says, "it will be a slam dunk."The games are expected to bring in $8 million in revenue to the city of ...