Businesses ranging from wildlife consultants to titans of the oil and gas industry will gather in Binghamton for New York's first shale gas job fair, buoyed by hopes that state regulators will lift a four-year-old ban and start permitting hydraulic ...
After a February court hearing where Jerry Sandusky was asking for more freedom while awaiting trial on child sex abuse charges, his attorney took to the podium outside the Centre County Courthouse when something a bit unconventional happened.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he understands the benefits of medical marijuana but at this point believes the risks still outweigh them.
Suicide bombers struck two government offices in southern and western Afghanistan on Tuesday, killing 15 people as militants step up attacks across the country with the arrival of spring temperatures, authorities said.
North Korean space officials said Tuesday all assembly and preparations for this week's planned satellite launch have been completed and denied it is a cover for a missile test.
Smoke-free areas will be coming to New York state's parks.
Spring weather means flowers blooming, warmer weather … and road work. While construction delays can be frustrating, oftentimes pushing the need for speed, hefty penalties are reason enough for motorists to take a brake.
A grand jury will not look into the Trayvon Martin case, a special prosecutor said Monday, leaving the decision of whether to charge the teen's shooter in her hands alone and eliminating the possibility of a first-degree murder charge.
A public employee in western New York thinks chewing tops mowing any day.
Sales of the nation's two most popular prescription painkillers have exploded in new parts of the country, an Associated Press analysis shows, worrying experts who say the push to relieve patients' suffering is spawning an addiction epidemic.