List by Category: New York News

Hospitals Are Closing Programs Because There Aren't Enough Doctors In NY

01.26.12 | Sarah Harnisch

There is a doctor shortage in New York state. The Healthcare Association of New York State is out with a new report that shows outside of New York City, the state is not attracting enough doctors to meet the existing need. Positions in demand ...

Kids, Teachers Score High In PA and NY On National Report Card

01.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvania Ranks fifth in the nation for student performance, and New York is thirteenth in the nation for best teachers. The American Legislative Exchange Council looked a data from national test scores, state education policies, and charter ...

Bill In NY Would Keep Abortion Legal; Even If Federal Law Changes

01.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

There's a bill working its way through the Senate and Assembly in New York State that would make sure abortion remained legal, even if federal law was made more restrictive. The resolution passed the Democratic controlled Assembly on Tuesday, after ...

Southern Tier Soldier Critically Wounded

01.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A Southern Tier soldier has been seriously injured while serving in Afghanistan. 21-year-old Marine Corporal Christopher Bordoni, of Ithaca, was critically wounded in an attack involving a suicide bomber on January 18th. He's been transferred to ...

Banking Info, Social Security Numbers Stolen From Thousands of Upstate New Yorkers

01.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Two of upstate New York's largest power companies-- NYSEG and RG&E-- sent out warning letters to their customers Monday, saying their accounts may have been hacked. In the letter, they said there's no evidence that any customer data had been ...

4 year-old Northern New York child Helps Cops nab Suspect

01.23.12 | Bob Price

Kids say the darndest things, especially when daddy is trying to hide from the cops.

Natural Gas Drilling May Not Be Happening In New York This Year

01.20.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Political experts are saying gas drilling won't be starting in New York in 2012. Panelists on both sides of the issue discussed the future of natural gas drilling in upstate New York at a roundtable yesterday in Johnson City. Brian Shea, ...

Quick Access To New York/Pennsylvania Online Tax Filing Systems

01.18.12 | Sarah Harnisch

As of January 17th, you can file your taxes online in both New York and Pennsylvania. Taxpayers in New York and Pennsylvania have until midnight, Tuesday, April 17, to file income tax returns.Pennsylvania information:    Nearly 70-percent ...

High Winds Do Damage In NY, PA

01.18.12 | Sarah Harnisch

  There were live wires knocked down in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, with wind gusts there logged at 50 miles an hour. Emergency officials were worried that people might get electrocuted. The gusts were clocked at 35 miles an hour in ...

Senate Republicans Have 20 Times More Cash Raised Than NY Democrats

01.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Senate Republicans in New York have built quite a large campaign war chest, winning the war for money over Democrats. The Senate Republican Campaign Commitee is expected to announce today it has 4.8 million dollars in cash on hand, compared to just ...

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