List by Category: New York News

Traveling for Labor Day? We Have All The Information You Need

08.31.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Today could be the last time in 2012 that temperatures hit 90 degrees in New York and Pennsylvania. Saturday marks the first day of September. The leaves on the trees are starting to change, autumn crispness is in the air at night, and it means ...

Armed Man Caught On Upstate NY College Campus

08.31.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Authorities say the man led them on a chase through two central New York counties first. The Madison County Sheriff's Office says 26-year-old Derik Churchill of Oneida was taken into custody around 1:30 a.m. Friday at Cazenovia College.Officials ...

Gas Prices to Spike In NY, PA Over the Labor Day Weekend... Fill Up Now

08.30.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The storm is impacting gas prices in New York and Pennsylvania. Patrick Delhan with Gasbuddy.com, and he says prices could stay high longer if there's a severe impact on oil production in the Gulf. He says "346 refineries have been shut or have had ...

Advance papers in Pa., NY to publish 3 days a week

08.29.12 | Bob Price

Newspapers in Harrisburg, Pa., and Syracuse, N.Y., announced Tuesday they will switch to a three-days-a-week publication schedule in January as their corporate owner continues its shift away from daily printed papers.

Mom of dead NY girl says teen suspect a "mooch"

08.29.12 | Bob Price

The mother of a dead 5-year-old girl said the teen accused of killing her daughter was someone she had not wanted to be around the home her daughter was visiting.

NY's AG Takes Aim at Energy Drinks

08.29.12 | Bob Price

High-octane energy drinks including 5-Hour Energy and Monster that promise healthy bursts of energy are getting pulled over in New York.

5 Year-Old Murdered in Niagara Falls

08.28.12 | Bob Price

Two teenagers charged in connection with the death of a 5-year-old New York girl whose body was dumped in a trash can are expected to make their first court appearance since their arrests.

Anti-Frackers Rally in Albany

08.28.12 | Bob Price

About a thousand people opposed to shale gas drilling in the Empire State rallied at the State Capital Monday.

Attendance Down at NYS Fair

08.27.12 | Bob Price

Compared to this time last year, 47,000 fewer people have been to the New York State Fair.

Schumer Warns of New Back to School Danger

08.27.12 | Bob Price

New York Senator Charles Schumer is warning back to school shoppers about dangerous items on the shelves.

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