List by Category: New York News

President: NY State of Emergency

10.29.12 | Jeremy Miller

President Obama declared a state of emergency for New York state and ordered federal aid to supplement state and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from Hurricane Sandy. The action authorizes the Department of Homeland ...

Frankenstorm Closes Wall Street

10.29.12 | Jeremy Miller

Both the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq will be closed today due to Hurricane Sandy.  The NYSE had said it would still be open today to allow for electronic trading, but that all changed late Sunday with the decision to have no ...

NY Special Session Would Include Ethics Reform

10.26.12 | Jeremy Miller

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says any special session held in Albany in the coming months is likely to involve talks about improving the state's ethics watchdog. Cuomo says reform of the Joint Commission on Public Ethics is an item that needs to ...

NY, PA Prepare for Hurricane Sandy

10.26.12 | Jeremy Miller

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has directed the state Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services to closely monitor the progress of Hurricane Sandy and prepare for its potential storm impacts. Cuomo says he learned the last time around ...

Childhood Obesity Costing New Yorkers

10.25.12 | Jeremy Miller

New York State Comptroller, Tom Dinapoli, says the state is spending about $12 billion a year to deal with obesity, which is reaching "epidemic proportions" in children, affecting nearly one-third of them. DiNapoli's report says expenditures for ...

Court Refuses To Hear Major Pro-Traditional Marriage Case in NY

10.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

New York’s top court has declined to hear an appeal from a Monroe County-based group that sought to overturn the state’s law allowing same-sex marriage.The state Court of Appeals announced its decision Tuesday.New Yorkers for ...

Horseheads, NY Woman Makes Top 20 In Panera Sandwich Contest

10.22.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A Chemung county, New York woman is a finalist in a contest hosted by panera bread. Debi Lytle of Horseheads created and submitted her own sandwich recipe, the toasted Ciabotta Chicken sandwhich. Her entry has been selected among the top 20, out of ...

Apple Cider Is Nearly Double Last Year's Price

10.18.12 | Sarah Harnisch

If you think the price of gas is high, check out a gallon of apple cider. Local supermarkets are selling the seasonal drink for as much as $5.99 a gallon. Other stores like Target are selling half-gallons for $3.99. That is almost double the cost ...

Debate Set Tonight For Gillibrand, Long

10.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

There's a debate tonight you'll want to watch if you live in New York State, the only debate for Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and her challenger Wendy long. It's at 7 tonight in Saratoga Springss, and will be broadcast on our news partner, YNN. ...

American Civic Association Memorial In Binghamton Comes Together

10.16.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Construction on the long-awaited American Civic Center park in Binghamton will start this week. The site is planned to remember the 13 people slain in Binghamton, New York by a gunman in 2009. The memorial took more then 3 years to plan and 2 and a ...

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