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Hydrilla Invades Finger Lakes

05.28.13 | Bob Price

An invasive plant called Hydrilla is taking over New York's lakes - causing one of the biggest environmental problems in the region.

Phone Scam in NY

05.28.13 | Bob Price

The New York Attorney General's office is warning of a phone scam targeting seniors in NY

Schumer weighs in on Journalism Flap

05.27.13 | Bob Price

NY Senator Chuck Schumer launches effort to protest journalists

PLANE CRASH IN UPSTATE NEW YORK

05.27.13 | Bob Price

Plane crash has claimed several lives in Fulton, County.

3 feet of Snow in Upstate NY

05.27.13 | Bob Price

A Memorial Day weekend storm has dropped three feet of snow on a New York ski mountain near the Vermont boarder.

NY Pro-life Groups Fear Discrimination

05.27.13 | Bob Price

Pro-life groups in New York fear there's a direct connection to the regulation of pregnancy centers and the deregulation of the abortion industry.

Tioga County, The Catskills, and Long Island Targeted For New Casinos

05.24.13 | Sarah Harnisch

We now know where the New York State Senate wants to place five new casinos in the Empire State. There were more closed-door negotiations Thursday and the first bill released by Senate Republicans. In it, lawmakers called for three casinos in the ...

Cuomo Sets Timeline For Hydrofracking

05.24.13 | Sarah Harnisch

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says a decision on hydrofracking is coming sooner then you may think. The governor promised to make a decision before the 2014 election on Thursday. That's 18 months away. He said he's waiting on his state health ...

SUNY Campuses Go Tax Tree To Lure Businesses

05.23.13 |

The “Tax-Free NY” initiative will lure start-up companies through tax-free incentives, such as no income tax for employees and no sales, property or business taxes, the governor announced at the University at Albany nanotech center as ...

Power Restored To Thousands In Twin Tiers

05.23.13 |

Power was restored last night to hundreds of homes in the twin tiers, after strong storms downed trees that knocked out the lights. 22-hundred people were in the dark in Chemung County, with Southport being the hardest hit. 15-hundred people in ...

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