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NY Landowners sue over fracking delay

11.13.13 | Bob Price

A pro-drilling group plans to sue Governor Cuomo over the hydro-fracking issue.  The Joint Landowners of New York claim the Governor has arbitrarily delayed a decision on hydraulic fracturing for no "valid, rational, or legally defensible ...

Heating Costs Heading North In NY

11.12.13 | Sarah Harnisch

New Yorkers could see home heating bills increase more than 13 percent this year, putting many elderly people at risk, an AARP report released Monday found. The U.S. Energy Information Administration says New York has the second highest electric ...

Jury Selection Starts Today In West Webster Ambush Case

11.12.13 | Sarah Harnisch

Jury selection starts today in the trial of the of the only person arrested in the Webster ambush killings. Dawn Nguyen allegedly bought the guns used by sniper William Spengler Junior in a Christmas even ambush of emergency responders. Two West ...

Sex offender Registry Changes in NY

11.12.13 | Sarah Harnisch

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the state’s sex offender registry will now display multiple photographs of convicted offenders, in an effort to make them more recognizable to law enforcement and the public. Multiple photos of ...

Common Core boycott

11.11.13 | Bob Price

A boycott of Common Core is in the works in New York State. Next Monday, Nov. 18, the start of American Education Week, Common Core’s opponents are asking parents to keep their kids home from school to protest the program.  The ...

NY honors vets

11.11.13 | Bob Price

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation to honor the sacrifices of our fallen war heroes this Veteran’s Day.  The flags flown at half-staff at the New York's Capitol in honor of servicemen and women killed in action will be ...

NY’s GOP looks to “do some damage” in 2014

11.08.13 | Bob Price

As the dust settles on this week’s off-year elections, NY Republicans are gearing up for 2014, hoping to win a statewide seat for the first time in more than a decade.  The biggest seat is the governor’s mansion but the GOP ...

Women hunters are on the rise in New York State.

11.08.13 | Bob Price

Female hunters represent the fastest-growing segment of the hunting community in NY, going from 7 percent of all  hunting-license holders a decade ago ...to almost 10 percent now. Organizations such as the New York state Department of ...

What you need to know about the Common Core

11.07.13 | Bob Price

Question #1 What is the Common Core? The Common Core is a new set of national standards that establish what students should learn at each grade level, from kindergarten to 12th grade. This is the first national effort to adopt standards that are ...

Toy Hall of Fame picks new inductees

11.07.13 | Bob Price

The National Toy Hall of Fame is inducting two toys into its class of 2013 today.The toys will be enshrined among other famous playthings during a program Thursday morning at The Strong museum in Rochester. They’ll join last year's winners: ...

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