Pastor Bill Devlin-- the man best known for fighting for churches' rights to rent New York City public schools in off hours-- nearly passed away this past weekend. He underwent emergency surgery Saturday for a ruptured intestine, but is expected to ...
There's a shortage of nurses in New York and Pennsylvania. One hospital has a new method of drawing nurses to the area: they are handing out Apple Ipads as door prizes and 10-thousand dollar signing bonuses to experienced nurses. Guthrie Health ...
The one year anniversary of gay marriage is Tuesday in New York. The Empire State became the largest state in the nation to legalize gay marriage a year ago, July 24th, 2011. Supporters hoped it would boost national momentum and pump money into the ...
More New Yorkers appear to be selling their homes
New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms is opposed to a pay raise for state politicians.
According to the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, the hot, dry summer is affecting the dairy industry.
Sewage plant operators would have to tell the public when waste overflows into waterways under recently passed legislation meant to keep New York swimmers, boaters and fishermen from inadvertently getting into it.
A major state business group is demanding a thorough audit of the state Thruway Authority before it raises tolls by what the authority called a "modest" 45 percent for larger trucks.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation that prohibits access to indoor tanning facilities for kids under 17. Teen tanners will have to get parental permission when the law takes effect in 30 days. Rachel from Albany, tells ...
The dry, hot weather has prompted New York state to issue a burn ban, from now through October 10th. The state has only recieved 25 percent of its rainfall so far this season, and the risk of a wildfire is too great. Pennsylvania does not have a ...