List by Category: New York News

Libous Files Court Records In Lying Case

07.16.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Attorneys for Sen. Thomas W. Libous and his son are arguing the government’s accusations against them are so vague they cannot prepare an adequate defense without more information. Libous and his son, Matthew T. Libous, were indicted July 1 ...

Atheist to Give Invocation at Greece Town Board Meeting

07.15.14 | FL News Team

An atheist is set to deliver the invocation in a western New York community whose town board won a U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding its right to open meetings with a prayer.Dan Courtney said he asked the town of Greece right after the 5-4 ...

Hydrofracking Delay Continues in New York

07.15.14 | Sarah Harnisch

   A judge Monday blocked attempts to force Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration to decide whether to authorize large-scale high volume hydofracking. It means there is no timeline  to decide on gas drilling in New York. Acting ...

New York National Guard readies for summer drills

07.14.14 | Bob Price

More than 2,000 soldiers from the New York National Guard are gearing up for annual summer training. The first deployment from the 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team gets under way this weekend and continues through mid-August. Troops are headed to ...

Maziarz Will Not Run For Re-Election

07.14.14 | Bob Price

The office of State Senator George Maziarz has released a statement, announcing he will not seek another term in Albany. The 61-year-old Maziarz has represented Western New York in the State Senate since 1995. Republican Gia Arnold and Democrat ...

Possible tornado in Schuyler County

07.14.14 | Bob Price

The National Weather Service will be inspecting damage in Schuyler County Monday to determine if the damage was indeed caused by a tornado.The roof was torn off a house and the bathroom on the second floor is completely exposed. Jamie Tobey of Rock ...

Rob Astorino Challenges Cuomo To Debates

07.11.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Rob Astorino is throwing down the gauntlet, and challenging Governor Cuomo to a series of regional debates. "New York is a vast and diverse state with many needs and nuances. Issues that might arise in a Binghamton debate, might not apply to ...

Power Still Out To Thousands In NY and PA From Tuesday's Storms

07.11.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Utility crews worked Thursday to restore power in some Eastern states hit hard by severe storms nearly two days earlier, and one rural New York town picked through the debris from homes battered by a deadly tornado. A total of five people died in ...

Local College a Tax Free Zone

07.10.14 | Lindsay Debach

    The College at Brockport was approved this week for the Start-Up NY program. The program gives tax breaks to businesses that build on or near approved college campuses. Companies selected for the scheme  won't pay any state ...

NWS Confirms 6 Tornadoes, 2 Microbursts In NY, PA

07.10.14 | Sarah Harnisch

A half dozen tornadoes dropped from the sky on New York and Pennsylvania Tuesday. The data-- just in minutes ago-- from the National Weather Service. The teams returned back to their weather station at 1:40 this morning. There was an EF2 tornado in ...

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