List by Category: New York News

Cuomo Pushes Abortion Proposal

06.04.13 | Abby Lutcher

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is set to make his last major push to protect and expand the availability of late-term abortions, even as opposition strengthens in the state Senate.

Jim Kelly Fights Cancer

06.03.13 | Abby Lutcher

Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly says he has been diagnosed with cancer in his upper jaw bone and will have surgery on June 7.

Home Repair Grants

06.03.13 | Abby Lutcher

If your spring and summer plans include some home repairs, you might not need to dish out as much money to do them as you thought.

EF-2 Tornado in Albany

05.31.13 | Abby Lutcher

The National Weather Service in Albany, New York has confirmed that two separate tornadoes touched down in the Capital Region on Wednesday evening. The conclusion comes after meteorologists conducted storm surveys on Thursday to assess the damage ...

Changes for Pistol Permits

05.31.13 | Abby Lutcher

Chemung County Sheriff Chris Moss calls it big news! Starting July 1st, gun owners wishing to have an unrestricted pistol permit can do so... Sheriff Moss says the current system makes no sense.

Shocking Violations in Daycare

05.30.13 | Abby Lutcher

An investigative report of day care centers statewide finds "shocking" violations and inadequate oversight of persistent violators.

Rally Against Political Campaigns

05.30.13 | Abby Lutcher

Hundreds gathered at the State Capitol to rally for public financing of political campaigns. The measure remains in limbo in the State Senate and Governor Cuomo faces questions on whether he’s working hard enough for the proposal to pass.

NY State Police Academy Graduation

05.29.13 | Abby Lutcher

A class of almost 200 new state troopers is set to graduate in New York.

Endicott May Lose Police Force

05.29.13 | Abby Lutcher

A potential merger of two law enforcement agencies could eliminate the Endicott Police Department.

Church Attendance Down

05.28.13 | Abby Lutcher

Sunday is a day of worship for Catholics and Protestants. But these Sundays, not as many people are heading to church compared to 50 years ago. As a result, the condition of their houses are worship are suffering.

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