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  • AMBER Alert Issued for Boy Whose Mother Was Found Dead in Sodus

    AMBER Alert Issued for Boy Whose Mother Was Found Dead in Sodus

    Friday, May 25 2018 12:41 PM EDT2018-05-25 16:41:42 GMT

    SODUS, N.Y. (WENY) – An AMBER Alert has been issued in the Sodus area for one-year-old Owen Hidalgo-Calderon, the son of Selena Hidalgo-Calderon, who was found dead in Sodus Wednesday night. 

    SODUS, N.Y. (WENY) – An AMBER Alert has been issued in the Sodus area for one-year-old Owen Hidalgo-Calderon, the son of Selena Hidalgo-Calderon, who was found dead in Sodus Wednesday night. 

  • UPDATE: Police on Scene at Truck-Lite Co.

    UPDATE: Police on Scene at Truck-Lite Co.

    Friday, May 25 2018 7:38 AM EDT2018-05-25 11:38:42 GMT

    State Police confirm they're investigating a "similar incident" to what they were called the facility for twice before this month.

    State Police confirm they're investigating a "similar incident" to what they were called the facility for twice before this month.

  • Glove House Annual BBQ

    Glove House Annual BBQ

    Thursday, May 24 2018 7:52 AM EDT2018-05-24 11:52:27 GMT

    Glove House is hosting it's 14th Annual BBQ, helping fund the programs serving families in need in the Southern Tier. 

    Glove House is hosting it's 14th Annual BBQ, helping fund the programs serving families in need in the Southern Tier. 

  • Free Estate Planning Workshop

    Free Estate Planning Workshop

    Thursday, May 24 2018 7:37 AM EDT2018-05-24 11:37:31 GMT

    The United Way and Cornell Cooperative Extension are once again teaming up offering a free workshop on estate planning. 

    The United Way and Cornell Cooperative Extension are once again teaming up offering a free workshop on estate planning. 

  • Prosecutors outline model guidelines for police body cameras

    Prosecutors outline model guidelines for police body cameras

    Thursday, May 24 2018 12:13 AM EDT2018-05-24 04:13:55 GMT

    Pennsylvania police using body cameras on the job should keep them on to record the entire incident under nonbinding guidelines just released by the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association.

    Pennsylvania police using body cameras on the job should keep them on to record the entire incident under nonbinding guidelines just released by the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association.

  • Memorial Day Weekend: Gas Prices to be Highest Since 2014

    Memorial Day Weekend: Gas Prices to be Highest Since 2014

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 5:18 PM EDT2018-05-23 21:18:31 GMT
    (WENY) -- Your summer plans could cost you, if you'll be heading to the pump.  The American Automobile Association says gas prices will reach record highs for Memorial Day weekend since 2014. The national average for a gallon of gas sits at $2.93; that's up about fifty cents from the last three years. Prices aren't expected to fall much in the Summer months. AAA also predicts most states will hit the $3.00 mark in the upcoming weeks.  
    (WENY) -- Your summer plans could cost you, if you'll be heading to the pump.  The American Automobile Association says gas prices will reach record highs for Memorial Day weekend since 2014. The national average for a gallon of gas sits at $2.93; that's up about fifty cents from the last three years. Prices aren't expected to fall much in the Summer months. AAA also predicts most states will hit the $3.00 mark in the upcoming weeks.  
  • Six Flags to Buy Back Darien Lake

    Six Flags to Buy Back Darien Lake

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 11:50 AM EDT2018-05-23 15:50:36 GMT

    CORFU, N.Y. (WENY) – Darien Lake, a popular Western New York theme park, could soon have a new owner. Six Flags has agreed to buy back Darien Lake, along with five other theme parks across the country, all of which are currently owned by EPR Properties. 

    CORFU, N.Y. (WENY) – Darien Lake, a popular Western New York theme park, could soon have a new owner. Six Flags has agreed to buy back Darien Lake, along with five other theme parks across the country, all of which are currently owned by EPR Properties. 

  • Endicott Police Investigating Reports of an Armed Robbery

    Endicott Police Investigating Reports of an Armed Robbery

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 9:53 AM EDT2018-05-23 13:53:30 GMT

    ENDICOTT, N.Y. (WENY) – The Endicott Police Department is investigating a reported robbery that happened early Wednesday morning at the Run Way Food Mart on Main Street in the Village of Endicott. 

    ENDICOTT, N.Y. (WENY) – The Endicott Police Department is investigating a reported robbery that happened early Wednesday morning at the Run Way Food Mart on Main Street in the Village of Endicott. 

  • Drivers urged to watch for turtles during nesting season

    Drivers urged to watch for turtles during nesting season

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 7:59 AM EDT2018-05-23 11:59:04 GMT

    New York's native turtles are on the move, and state officials are urging drivers to be on the lookout. 

    New York's native turtles are on the move, and state officials are urging drivers to be on the lookout. 

  • Hillary Clinton to address New York Democrats

    Hillary Clinton to address New York Democrats

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 7:54 AM EDT2018-05-23 11:54:59 GMT

    Hillary Clinton plans to address New York state Democrats at the party's nominating convention on Long Island.

    Hillary Clinton plans to address New York state Democrats at the party's nominating convention on Long Island.

  • College Safety Seminar

    College Safety Seminar

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 7:34 AM EDT2018-05-23 11:34:41 GMT

    The Chemung County Sheriff's Office is talking student safety; addressing some of the issues many young college students face.

    The Chemung County Sheriff's Office is talking student safety; addressing some of the issues many young college students face.

  • Drug Bust in Broome County

    Drug Bust in Broome County

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 7:26 AM EDT2018-05-23 11:26:59 GMT

    A man from New York City is behind bars in Broome County after being arrested minutes after stepping off a bus in Binghamton.

    A man from New York City is behind bars in Broome County after being arrested minutes after stepping off a bus in Binghamton.

  • Judge puts hold on state's plan for medical pot research

    Judge puts hold on state's plan for medical pot research

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 2:40 AM EDT2018-05-23 06:40:41 GMT

    A judge is putting a hold on plans to implement the research provision of Pennsylvania's medical marijuana law, siding with dispensaries and growers who challenged the Health Department's approach.

    A judge is putting a hold on plans to implement the research provision of Pennsylvania's medical marijuana law, siding with dispensaries and growers who challenged the Health Department's approach.

  • Some lawmakers want to open primaries to independent voters

    Some lawmakers want to open primaries to independent voters

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 2:38 AM EDT2018-05-23 06:38:05 GMT

    Some top Pennsylvania lawmakers want to allow independent voters to participate in the major parties' primary elections in an effort to bring more moderates to the polls.    

    Some top Pennsylvania lawmakers want to allow independent voters to participate in the major parties' primary elections in an effort to bring more moderates to the polls.    

  • Assistant Coach for Pa. Travel Softball Team Arrested After Allegedly Engaging in Relationship with 15-Year-Old

    Assistant Coach for Pa. Travel Softball Team Arrested After Allegedly Engaging in Relationship with 15-Year-Old

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 11:51 AM EDT2018-05-22 15:51:49 GMT

    SCRANTON, Pa. (WENY) – An assistant coach for the Lackawanna Lightning softball travel team in Pennsylvania has been charged with sexual abuse. 

    SCRANTON, Pa. (WENY) – An assistant coach for the Lackawanna Lightning softball travel team in Pennsylvania has been charged with sexual abuse. 

  • Tom Golisano Challenges Tax Assessment, Says Geese Have Decreased Value of His Home

    Tom Golisano Challenges Tax Assessment, Says Geese Have Decreased Value of His Home

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 10:57 AM EDT2018-05-22 14:57:42 GMT

       SOUTH BRISTOL, N.Y. (AP) - Billionaire Tom Golisano is challenging his tax assessment, saying hundreds of Canada geese have decreased the value of his lakefront home in western New York.    

       SOUTH BRISTOL, N.Y. (AP) - Billionaire Tom Golisano is challenging his tax assessment, saying hundreds of Canada geese have decreased the value of his lakefront home in western New York.    

  • Police Looking for Card Skimming Suspect

    Police Looking for Card Skimming Suspect

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 3:00 AM EDT2018-05-22 07:00:03 GMT

    State Police in Oneonta need the public's help identifying a suspect they believe is responsible for installing card skimmers on ATMs in both New York and Pennsylvania.

    State Police in Oneonta need the public's help identifying a suspect they believe is responsible for installing card skimmers on ATMs in both New York and Pennsylvania.

  • GOP's Molinaro choses Killian as running mate in gov's race

    GOP's Molinaro choses Killian as running mate in gov's race

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 2:50 AM EDT2018-05-22 06:50:06 GMT

    Presumptive Republican candidate for New York governor Marc Molinaro has chosen a former two-time state Senate candidate as his running mate.    

    Presumptive Republican candidate for New York governor Marc Molinaro has chosen a former two-time state Senate candidate as his running mate.    

  • Gates Foundation director to lead Pennsylvania universities

    Gates Foundation director to lead Pennsylvania universities

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 2:45 AM EDT2018-05-22 06:45:12 GMT

    A director at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been chosen as the new chancellor of Pennsylvania's 14 state universities.   

    A director at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been chosen as the new chancellor of Pennsylvania's 14 state universities.   

  • Hochul to open NY conference on energy affordability

    Hochul to open NY conference on energy affordability

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 2:43 AM EDT2018-05-22 06:43:31 GMT

    New York's lieutenant governor will kick off a two-day conference focused on making energy affordable to people of all income levels.   

    New York's lieutenant governor will kick off a two-day conference focused on making energy affordable to people of all income levels.   

  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Announced as Keynote Speaker at NYS Democratic Convention

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Announced as Keynote Speaker at NYS Democratic Convention

    Monday, May 21 2018 2:46 PM EDT2018-05-21 18:46:18 GMT

    NEW YORK, N.Y. (WENY) – The New York State Democratic Committee today announced that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will keynote the 2018 NYS Democratic Convention on opening day, Wednesday, May 23 at Hofstra University in Hempstead on Long Island. 

    NEW YORK, N.Y. (WENY) – The New York State Democratic Committee today announced that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will keynote the 2018 NYS Democratic Convention on opening day, Wednesday, May 23 at Hofstra University in Hempstead on Long Island. 

  • Downtown Rehabilitation Project Happening Monday

    Downtown Rehabilitation Project Happening Monday

    Monday, May 21 2018 7:45 AM EDT2018-05-21 11:45:23 GMT

    The Elmira Department of Public Works is hosting a public information meeting for the West Water Street Downtown Rehabilitation Project on Monday. 

    The Elmira Department of Public Works is hosting a public information meeting for the West Water Street Downtown Rehabilitation Project on Monday. 

  • More Than 1,200 Students Walk the Stage at Ithaca College

    More Than 1,200 Students Walk the Stage at Ithaca College

    Monday, May 21 2018 7:40 AM EDT2018-05-21 11:40:36 GMT

    More than 1,200 students walked across the stage at Ithaca College Sunday for the schools' 123rd Commencement Ceremony.

    More than 1,200 students walked across the stage at Ithaca College Sunday for the schools' 123rd Commencement Ceremony.

  • Black Bear Cub Wanders Corning

    Black Bear Cub Wanders Corning

    Monday, May 21 2018 7:31 AM EDT2018-05-21 11:31:26 GMT

    Bear cub runs free in Corning over the weekend.

    Bear cub runs free in Corning over the weekend.

  • NY has new plan to control tick population

    NY has new plan to control tick population

    Monday, May 21 2018 7:13 AM EDT2018-05-21 11:13:41 GMT

    New York state has a new plan to control the tick population and combat tick-borne illnesses like Lyme disease.

    New York state has a new plan to control the tick population and combat tick-borne illnesses like Lyme disease.

  • Cuomo: $100M available for local transportation projects

    Cuomo: $100M available for local transportation projects

    Sunday, May 20 2018 10:27 AM EDT2018-05-20 14:27:35 GMT
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Governor Andrew Cuomo says $100 million in federal transportation funding is available to New York communities looking to improve their ground transportation systems while reducing congestion and gas emissions.    The Democrat announced Friday that the funding from the Federal Highway Administration will be administered by the state Department of Transportation. The money will be doled out for local projects through a competitive solicitation process...
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Governor Andrew Cuomo says $100 million in federal transportation funding is available to New York communities looking to improve their ground transportation systems while reducing congestion and gas emissions.    The Democrat announced Friday that the funding from the Federal Highway Administration will be administered by the state Department of Transportation. The money will be doled out for local projects through a competitive solicitation process...
  • More than 25 hospitalized in NYC due to synthetic marijuana

    More than 25 hospitalized in NYC due to synthetic marijuana

    Sunday, May 20 2018 10:20 AM EDT2018-05-20 14:20:21 GMT
    NEW YORK (AP) - More than 25 people have been hospitalized in New York City due to bad reactions to the synthetic marijuana known as K2.    WABC-TV reports that police responded to an intersection in Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood Saturday.  Police say 33 people overdosed from K2 at the same location in 2016.  No arrests have been made in Saturday's overdoses but police say they are looking for the person who distributed the K2.  K2 is a name...
    NEW YORK (AP) - More than 25 people have been hospitalized in New York City due to bad reactions to the synthetic marijuana known as K2.    WABC-TV reports that police responded to an intersection in Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood Saturday.  Police say 33 people overdosed from K2 at the same location in 2016.  No arrests have been made in Saturday's overdoses but police say they are looking for the person who distributed the K2.  K2 is a name...
  • Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service

    Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service

    Friday, May 18 2018 8:00 AM EDT2018-05-18 12:00:54 GMT

    Officials in Steuben County will be wrapping up its Police Officers Week Friday evening with its Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service. 

    Officials in Steuben County will be wrapping up its Police Officers Week Friday evening with its Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service. 

  • State providing $17.8M to help reduce gun-related violence

    State providing $17.8M to help reduce gun-related violence

    Friday, May 18 2018 7:35 AM EDT2018-05-18 11:35:50 GMT

    Nearly $18 million in state funding is going to law enforcement agencies and nonprofit organizations across New York to help reduce gun violence.    

    Nearly $18 million in state funding is going to law enforcement agencies and nonprofit organizations across New York to help reduce gun violence.    

  • Making it Work in the Civilian World

    Making it Work in the Civilian World

    Friday, May 18 2018 7:33 AM EDT2018-05-18 11:33:23 GMT

    IncubatorWorks and the Veterans Entrepreneurship Team of the Southern Tier are teaming up, taking a closer look at how Military Leadership translates in the business world. 

    IncubatorWorks and the Veterans Entrepreneurship Team of the Southern Tier are teaming up, taking a closer look at how Military Leadership translates in the business world. 

  • Health officials: Influenza no longer prevalent in NY

    Health officials: Influenza no longer prevalent in NY

    Friday, May 18 2018 3:18 AM EDT2018-05-18 07:18:43 GMT

    For the first time since before Christmas, influenza is no longer deemed prevalent in New York state.

    For the first time since before Christmas, influenza is no longer deemed prevalent in New York state.

  • State funds available to help college students buy textbooks

    State funds available to help college students buy textbooks

    Friday, May 18 2018 3:17 AM EDT2018-05-18 07:17:10 GMT

    Millions of dollars have been allocated for a second year in a row to help students enrolled in New York's public colleges off-set the high cost of textbooks.   

    Millions of dollars have been allocated for a second year in a row to help students enrolled in New York's public colleges off-set the high cost of textbooks.   

  • Utilities seeing tax cut told to reduce distribution charges

    Utilities seeing tax cut told to reduce distribution charges

    Friday, May 18 2018 3:14 AM EDT2018-05-18 07:14:26 GMT

    The Pennsylvania Public Utility commission is ordering 17 utilities to lower distribution rates as a result of federal tax-cutting legislation signed in December by President Donald Trump.   

    The Pennsylvania Public Utility commission is ordering 17 utilities to lower distribution rates as a result of federal tax-cutting legislation signed in December by President Donald Trump.   

  • 19 kittens abandoned in Oneonta hospital bathroom

    19 kittens abandoned in Oneonta hospital bathroom

    Friday, May 18 2018 12:53 AM EDT2018-05-18 04:53:42 GMT

    The kittens were taken in by Susquehanna Animal Shelter. They say some of the kittens were just days old -- and some even had umbilical cords still attached to them.

    The kittens were taken in by Susquehanna Animal Shelter. They say some of the kittens were just days old -- and some even had umbilical cords still attached to them.

  • The Latest: Interrogation is focus of trooper slaying appeal

    The Latest: Interrogation is focus of trooper slaying appeal

    Friday, May 18 2018 12:33 AM EDT2018-05-18 04:33:32 GMT

    Pennsylvania's highest court is considering whether state police violated the rights of a man convicted of killing one trooper and badly wounding another when they interviewed him after a 48-day manhunt.

    Pennsylvania's highest court is considering whether state police violated the rights of a man convicted of killing one trooper and badly wounding another when they interviewed him after a 48-day manhunt.

  • Gillibrand Pushes Senate to Act on Sexual Harassment Bill

    Gillibrand Pushes Senate to Act on Sexual Harassment Bill

    Thursday, May 17 2018 5:53 PM EDT2018-05-17 21:53:22 GMT
    WASHINGTON, D.C. (WENY) -- Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is restarting the conversation on sexual harassment. On Thursday, the Democrat took to the Senate Floor, attempting to utilize a rare procedural maneuver -- known as Rule 14 -- to try to force Senate leadership's hand to advance sexual harassment legislation. The legislation would overhaul how such complaints are handled on Capitol Hill, including making lawmakers pay for settlements personally. Rule 14 is a procedure that would ...
    WASHINGTON, D.C. (WENY) -- Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is restarting the conversation on sexual harassment. On Thursday, the Democrat took to the Senate Floor, attempting to utilize a rare procedural maneuver -- known as Rule 14 -- to try to force Senate leadership's hand to advance sexual harassment legislation. The legislation would overhaul how such complaints are handled on Capitol Hill, including making lawmakers pay for settlements personally. Rule 14 is a procedure that would ...
  • Kindergartner finds bag of cocaine in classmate's backpack

    Kindergartner finds bag of cocaine in classmate's backpack

    Thursday, May 17 2018 10:18 AM EDT2018-05-17 14:18:44 GMT

    Authorities say a kindergarten student found a bag of cocaine in another student's backpack at a Philadelphia charter school.

    Authorities say a kindergarten student found a bag of cocaine in another student's backpack at a Philadelphia charter school.

  • Convicted Sex Offender Back Behind Bars

    Convicted Sex Offender Back Behind Bars

    Thursday, May 17 2018 7:27 AM EDT2018-05-17 11:27:31 GMT

    A convicted sex offender is back behind bars, facing new charges after police say he violated parole.

    A convicted sex offender is back behind bars, facing new charges after police say he violated parole.

  • Cuomo: Finger Lakes trash incinerator should be rejected

    Cuomo: Finger Lakes trash incinerator should be rejected

    Thursday, May 17 2018 2:51 AM EDT2018-05-17 06:51:29 GMT

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he opposes plans for a massive trash incinerator in the Finger Lakes region.   

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he opposes plans for a massive trash incinerator in the Finger Lakes region.   

  • NY officials release plan to fight brain disease in deer

    NY officials release plan to fight brain disease in deer

    Thursday, May 17 2018 2:46 AM EDT2018-05-17 06:46:53 GMT

    New York state officials are proposing new actions and regulatory changes to prevent a deadly brain disease from infecting the state's deer and moose populations.

    New York state officials are proposing new actions and regulatory changes to prevent a deadly brain disease from infecting the state's deer and moose populations.

  • State Initiative to Cut Costs of College Textbooks

    State Initiative to Cut Costs of College Textbooks

    Wednesday, May 16 2018 6:11 PM EDT2018-05-16 22:11:09 GMT

    CORNING, N.Y. (WENY) -- Through the Governor's Open Educational Resources Initiative, the high costs of books and other materials could soon be a thing of past.      Corning Community College is just one of dozens of both SUNY and CUNY schools taking advantage of online, cost-free resources for students.      Through the Open Education Resources initiative, students have access to everything from classic literature to course textbooks. "Having resou...

    CORNING, N.Y. (WENY) -- Through the Governor's Open Educational Resources Initiative, the high costs of books and other materials could soon be a thing of past.      Corning Community College is just one of dozens of both SUNY and CUNY schools taking advantage of online, cost-free resources for students.      Through the Open Education Resources initiative, students have access to everything from classic literature to course textbooks. "Having resou...

  • NY Lawmakers Look to Ban Pet "Leasing"

    NY Lawmakers Look to Ban Pet "Leasing"

    Wednesday, May 16 2018 12:46 PM EDT2018-05-16 16:46:25 GMT
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Can't afford that $1,000 purebred puppy? Want to pay it off in installments?    New York lawmakers have introduced legislation seeking to ban the option of leasing plans for pets that often come with terms that end up charging people double the animal's cost, with the threat of repossession if they can't keep up with the payments.    The practice has been drawing scrutiny from lawmakers and animal welfare groups since media reports last year hig...
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Can't afford that $1,000 purebred puppy? Want to pay it off in installments?    New York lawmakers have introduced legislation seeking to ban the option of leasing plans for pets that often come with terms that end up charging people double the animal's cost, with the threat of repossession if they can't keep up with the payments.    The practice has been drawing scrutiny from lawmakers and animal welfare groups since media reports last year hig...
  • GOP makes picks for gov, Senate; women crash US House races

    GOP makes picks for gov, Senate; women crash US House races

    Wednesday, May 16 2018 7:15 AM EDT2018-05-16 11:15:02 GMT

    Pennsylvania Republicans picked a tough-talking state senator and a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump to be their party's nominees for governor and U.S. Senate, as a big splash in U.S. House primaries made it more likely that women will break the all-male hold on Pennsylvania's congressional delegation.

    Pennsylvania Republicans picked a tough-talking state senator and a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump to be their party's nominees for governor and U.S. Senate, as a big splash in U.S. House primaries made it more likely that women will break the all-male hold on Pennsylvania's congressional delegation.

  • NY to invest $1.4M in efforts to fight gambling addiction

    NY to invest $1.4M in efforts to fight gambling addiction

    Wednesday, May 16 2018 7:12 AM EDT2018-05-16 11:12:01 GMT

    New York state is investing $1.4 million in efforts to fight gambling addiction.

    New York state is investing $1.4 million in efforts to fight gambling addiction.

  • Manhattan DA says he'll stop prosecuting pot possession

    Manhattan DA says he'll stop prosecuting pot possession

    Wednesday, May 16 2018 1:47 AM EDT2018-05-16 05:47:17 GMT

    The district attorney of New York City's borough of Manhattan says he will stop prosecuting low-level marijuana cases.

    The district attorney of New York City's borough of Manhattan says he will stop prosecuting low-level marijuana cases.

  • Student indicted in fatal stabbing of university freshman

    Student indicted in fatal stabbing of university freshman

    Tuesday, May 15 2018 3:22 PM EDT2018-05-15 19:22:37 GMT

    BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (AP) - A Binghamton University student has been indicted in the stabbing death of a fellow student in a campus dormitory.    

    BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (AP) - A Binghamton University student has been indicted in the stabbing death of a fellow student in a campus dormitory.    

  • School Budget Voting Locations

    School Budget Voting Locations

    Tuesday, May 15 2018 7:41 AM EDT2018-05-15 11:41:31 GMT

    School budget votes happening statewide Tuesday.

    School budget votes happening statewide Tuesday.

  • Marquee race for governor leads Pennsylvania primary ballot

    Marquee race for governor leads Pennsylvania primary ballot

    Tuesday, May 15 2018 4:30 AM EDT2018-05-15 08:30:07 GMT

    Pennsylvania voters have a lot of races to settle in the primary election, including picking Republican challengers to Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and U.S. Sen. Bob Casey.

    Pennsylvania voters have a lot of races to settle in the primary election, including picking Republican challengers to Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and U.S. Sen. Bob Casey.

  • Schumer urges passage of firefighter cancer registry bill

    Schumer urges passage of firefighter cancer registry bill

    Tuesday, May 15 2018 2:33 AM EDT2018-05-15 06:33:43 GMT

    Sen. Charles Schumer is urging the House of Representatives to pass legislation creating a national firefighter cancer registry.   

    Sen. Charles Schumer is urging the House of Representatives to pass legislation creating a national firefighter cancer registry.   

  • NY Senate OKs new penalties for drivers who hit road workers

    NY Senate OKs new penalties for drivers who hit road workers

    Tuesday, May 15 2018 2:31 AM EDT2018-05-15 06:31:55 GMT

    Lawmakers in the New York state Senate have approved new criminal penalties for motorists whose careless driving causes the injury or death of a construction worker on a road or highway project.   

    Lawmakers in the New York state Senate have approved new criminal penalties for motorists whose careless driving causes the injury or death of a construction worker on a road or highway project.   

  • More illnesses reported as salmonella outbreak traced to eggs grows

    More illnesses reported as salmonella outbreak traced to eggs grows

    Tuesday, May 15 2018 2:28 AM EDT2018-05-15 06:28:53 GMT

    A salmonella outbreak that led to the recall of 207 million eggs has worsened -- with 35 people reported ill in several states, federal health officials said. 

    A salmonella outbreak that led to the recall of 207 million eggs has worsened -- with 35 people reported ill in several states, federal health officials said. 

  • Tops gets green light to cut stores amid bankruptcy proceedings

    Tops gets green light to cut stores amid bankruptcy proceedings

    Tuesday, May 15 2018 1:18 AM EDT2018-05-15 05:18:57 GMT
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    Regional supermarket chain Tops has gotten the green light to shut down some of their locations amid bankruptcy proceedings. The chain which has 169 locations, including several here in the Twin Tiers, got the OK from a federal judge. According to a statement from the company, this does not mean that they will close down stores. But, if need be, the ruling allows them to shut down any underperforming stores. As of right now -- Tops says they haven't made a decision if they...
    Regional supermarket chain Tops has gotten the green light to shut down some of their locations amid bankruptcy proceedings. The chain which has 169 locations, including several here in the Twin Tiers, got the OK from a federal judge. According to a statement from the company, this does not mean that they will close down stores. But, if need be, the ruling allows them to shut down any underperforming stores. As of right now -- Tops says they haven't made a decision if they...
  • Hours-Long Standoff in Sayre Ends With Multiple Charges

    Hours-Long Standoff in Sayre Ends With Multiple Charges

    Monday, May 14 2018 7:20 AM EDT2018-05-14 11:20:36 GMT

    A man from Sayre is facing several charges following an hours-long standoff over the weekend. 

    A man from Sayre is facing several charges following an hours-long standoff over the weekend. 

  • Fatal Pedestrian Accident in Tioga County

    Fatal Pedestrian Accident in Tioga County

    Monday, May 14 2018 7:14 AM EDT2018-05-14 11:14:55 GMT

    One person has died following an accident in Tioga County Pennsylvania.

    One person has died following an accident in Tioga County Pennsylvania.

  • Primary will help set stage for next crop of Pennsylvania lawmakers

    Primary will help set stage for next crop of Pennsylvania lawmakers

    Sunday, May 13 2018 12:18 PM EDT2018-05-13 16:18:05 GMT

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Democrats hoping to chip away at strong Republican majorities in the Pennsylvania Legislature hope the pending primary is the first step. In some parts of the state, voters essentially will be picking their next representatives or senators, as one party has overwhelming numbers.

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Democrats hoping to chip away at strong Republican majorities in the Pennsylvania Legislature hope the pending primary is the first step. In some parts of the state, voters essentially will be picking their next representatives or senators, as one party has overwhelming numbers.

  • Bradford County Heritage Hosts 6th Annual 'Farm Days 1866'

    Bradford County Heritage Hosts 6th Annual 'Farm Days 1866'

    Sunday, May 13 2018 11:05 AM EDT2018-05-13 15:05:04 GMT
    TROY, P.A. (WENY) - Several schools in the northern Twin Tiers have been invited to attend the 6th annual "Farm Days 1866" event on Monday.  The Bradford County Heritage Association curators and Heritage Village and Farm Museum will be hosting the educational program to 4th grade students. The program is free for all schools that are attending through donations from Bradford County United Way Grant. As well as, area businesses, organizations and the community...
    TROY, P.A. (WENY) - Several schools in the northern Twin Tiers have been invited to attend the 6th annual "Farm Days 1866" event on Monday.  The Bradford County Heritage Association curators and Heritage Village and Farm Museum will be hosting the educational program to 4th grade students. The program is free for all schools that are attending through donations from Bradford County United Way Grant. As well as, area businesses, organizations and the community...
  • Former energy company exec pleads guilty in bribery scheme

    Former energy company exec pleads guilty in bribery scheme

    Saturday, May 12 2018 12:28 PM EDT2018-05-12 16:28:28 GMT
    NEW YORK (AP) - A former energy company executive has pleaded guilty in connection with a scheme to bribe a former top aide to Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Federal prosecutors in Manhattan say Peter Galbraith Kelly pleaded guilty on Friday to conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Jurors convicted the former Cuomo aide, Joseph Percoco, on federal bribery and fraud charges on March 13. But the jury deadlocked on charges that Kelly had offered Percoco a bribe. Kelly was a senior...
    NEW YORK (AP) - A former energy company executive has pleaded guilty in connection with a scheme to bribe a former top aide to Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Federal prosecutors in Manhattan say Peter Galbraith Kelly pleaded guilty on Friday to conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Jurors convicted the former Cuomo aide, Joseph Percoco, on federal bribery and fraud charges on March 13. But the jury deadlocked on charges that Kelly had offered Percoco a bribe. Kelly was a senior...
  • NY offering first-time campers unique program

    NY offering first-time campers unique program

    Saturday, May 12 2018 12:20 PM EDT2018-05-12 16:20:11 GMT

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York families who have never camped have the chance to see if they might enjoy the great outdoors before making a commitment to buy all the gear. Free first-time camper weekends are being offered at 13 parks around the state throughout the summer.

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York families who have never camped have the chance to see if they might enjoy the great outdoors before making a commitment to buy all the gear. Free first-time camper weekends are being offered at 13 parks around the state throughout the summer.

  • Interviews with New York attorney general hopefuls set

    Interviews with New York attorney general hopefuls set

    Saturday, May 12 2018 12:01 PM EDT2018-05-12 16:01:04 GMT

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Democrats who control the Assembly are planning to interview applicants for attorney general after Eric Schneiderman abruptly resigned amid allegations he physically abused four women. Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie says applicants had until 5 p.m. this past Friday to submit a resume and cover letter to the speaker's legislative counsel.

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Democrats who control the Assembly are planning to interview applicants for attorney general after Eric Schneiderman abruptly resigned amid allegations he physically abused four women. Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie says applicants had until 5 p.m. this past Friday to submit a resume and cover letter to the speaker's legislative counsel.

  • Pennsylvania's sleepy Senate race could still play key role

    Pennsylvania's sleepy Senate race could still play key role

    Saturday, May 12 2018 11:56 AM EDT2018-05-12 15:56:59 GMT

    LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania's thus-far sleepy U.S. Senate race could nonetheless help determine whether Republicans maintain control of the chamber. U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta is heavily favored over state Rep. Jim Christiana in Tuesday's Republican primary election. Republicans control the Senate, 51-49.

    LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania's thus-far sleepy U.S. Senate race could nonetheless help determine whether Republicans maintain control of the chamber. U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta is heavily favored over state Rep. Jim Christiana in Tuesday's Republican primary election. Republicans control the Senate, 51-49.

  • NY officials ask residents to look out for invasive insect

    NY officials ask residents to look out for invasive insect

    Friday, May 11 2018 8:03 AM EDT2018-05-11 12:03:42 GMT

    New York state officials are asking residents to be on the lookout for an invasive insect called the spotted lanternfly.

    New York state officials are asking residents to be on the lookout for an invasive insect called the spotted lanternfly.

  • Report: 200-plus NY waterways hit by untreated sewage spills

    Report: 200-plus NY waterways hit by untreated sewage spills

    Friday, May 11 2018 4:07 AM EDT2018-05-11 08:07:41 GMT

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - A new report says more than 200 waterways across New York were impacted last year by billions of gallons of untreated sewage and stormwater.    State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli (dee-NAP'-oh-lee) says in a report released Thursday that the health of New Yorkers and their environment suffers when untreated wastewater spills into rivers, streams and coastal areas. The Democrat says his agency's report found continued problems with combined sewer overflows, ...

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - A new report says more than 200 waterways across New York were impacted last year by billions of gallons of untreated sewage and stormwater.    State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli (dee-NAP'-oh-lee) says in a report released Thursday that the health of New Yorkers and their environment suffers when untreated wastewater spills into rivers, streams and coastal areas. The Democrat says his agency's report found continued problems with combined sewer overflows, ...

  • Get Ready to 'Stamp Out Hunger'

    Get Ready to 'Stamp Out Hunger'

    Thursday, May 10 2018 7:39 AM EDT2018-05-10 11:39:54 GMT

    The Food Bank of the Southern Tier is once again teaming up with the National Association of Letter Carriers Saturday for 'The Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.' 

    The Food Bank of the Southern Tier is once again teaming up with the National Association of Letter Carriers Saturday for 'The Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.' 

  • State Senate passes bills aimed at economic development aid

    State Senate passes bills aimed at economic development aid

    Thursday, May 10 2018 3:49 AM EDT2018-05-10 07:49:21 GMT

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The Republican-led New York Senate has approved a package of legislation aimed at Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's economic development policies.    The legislation approved Wednesday seeks to require more transparency and accountability for programs that amount to billions of dollars a year in tax breaks, business grants and loans. One measure would require the state to create a searchable database of all state subsidies and economic development benefits. ...

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The Republican-led New York Senate has approved a package of legislation aimed at Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's economic development policies.    The legislation approved Wednesday seeks to require more transparency and accountability for programs that amount to billions of dollars a year in tax breaks, business grants and loans. One measure would require the state to create a searchable database of all state subsidies and economic development benefits. ...

  • New York state adding more charging stations along Thruway

    New York state adding more charging stations along Thruway

    Thursday, May 10 2018 3:31 AM EDT2018-05-10 07:31:06 GMT

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York state is adding more high-speed electric vehicle charging stations along the Thruway.    The first phase of the $4.2 million project involves installing two medium-speed charging stations at 13 Thruway-owned commuter parking lots. The Level 2 chargers take four to eight hours to charge and are geared to commuters who are able to leave their cars parked during the day. Level 3 chargers also will be installed at nine Thruway service areas, and they...

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York state is adding more high-speed electric vehicle charging stations along the Thruway.    The first phase of the $4.2 million project involves installing two medium-speed charging stations at 13 Thruway-owned commuter parking lots. The Level 2 chargers take four to eight hours to charge and are geared to commuters who are able to leave their cars parked during the day. Level 3 chargers also will be installed at nine Thruway service areas, and they...

  • Cuomo seeks $125B over 5 years for infrastructure upgrades

    Cuomo seeks $125B over 5 years for infrastructure upgrades

    Wednesday, May 9 2018 4:14 AM EDT2018-05-09 08:14:18 GMT
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants New York state to spend another $125 billion on infrastructure improvement projects over the next five years.    The Democrat announced Tuesday his proposal would be the next phase in his program to rebuild New York and create thousands of middle-class jobs. Cuomo says the $125 billion in spending would include state and federal funding along with leveraging private-sector capital to improve roads, bridges and mass transit systems,...
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants New York state to spend another $125 billion on infrastructure improvement projects over the next five years.    The Democrat announced Tuesday his proposal would be the next phase in his program to rebuild New York and create thousands of middle-class jobs. Cuomo says the $125 billion in spending would include state and federal funding along with leveraging private-sector capital to improve roads, bridges and mass transit systems,...
  • Gov. Cuomo Asks Dresser-Rand To Not Close

    Gov. Cuomo Asks Dresser-Rand To Not Close

    Wednesday, May 9 2018 4:06 AM EDT2018-05-09 08:06:00 GMT

    WELLSVILLE, N.Y. (WENY) - Governor Cuomo is urging the company, Dresser-Rand to keep it's doors open and the jobs of 250 people secure. In the letter to Dresser-Rand, Head Lisa Davis, Cuomo said, he's disappointed by the decision to close the Allegany county facility. The letter goes on to say closure of the Wellsville facility will lead to the loss of jobs for "250 highly-skilled men and women in western New York and Southern Tier areas of the state." According to the Gove...

    WELLSVILLE, N.Y. (WENY) - Governor Cuomo is urging the company, Dresser-Rand to keep it's doors open and the jobs of 250 people secure. In the letter to Dresser-Rand, Head Lisa Davis, Cuomo said, he's disappointed by the decision to close the Allegany county facility. The letter goes on to say closure of the Wellsville facility will lead to the loss of jobs for "250 highly-skilled men and women in western New York and Southern Tier areas of the state." According to the Gove...

  • Cuomo Proposes Additional $125 Billion Infrastructure Investment

    Cuomo Proposes Additional $125 Billion Infrastructure Investment

    Tuesday, May 8 2018 5:11 PM EDT2018-05-08 21:11:11 GMT

    ALBANY, N.Y. (WENY) -- Governor Cuomo has proposed an additional $125 billion investment, meant to improve infrastructure over the next five years.  The plan builds on the Governor's already-in-place $100 billion infrastructure initiative, meant to create middle class jobs and "build a new New York." "From building bridges to revitalizing our subway and rail systems, we have invested more in our infrastructure than any other administration, and now we must take t...

    ALBANY, N.Y. (WENY) -- Governor Cuomo has proposed an additional $125 billion investment, meant to improve infrastructure over the next five years.  The plan builds on the Governor's already-in-place $100 billion infrastructure initiative, meant to create middle class jobs and "build a new New York." "From building bridges to revitalizing our subway and rail systems, we have invested more in our infrastructure than any other administration, and now we must take t...

  • The Latest: Criminal probe to be opened on Schneiderman

    The Latest: Criminal probe to be opened on Schneiderman

    Tuesday, May 8 2018 10:16 AM EDT2018-05-08 14:16:12 GMT

    NEW YORK (AP) - The Manhattan District Attorney's Office says it is opening a criminal investigation into accusations of physical abuse by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Four women accused the Democrat of physical violence in a New Yorker article published Monday evening. Two of the women went on the record, saying Schneiderman repeatedly hit them, often after drinking, and without their consent. 

    NEW YORK (AP) - The Manhattan District Attorney's Office says it is opening a criminal investigation into accusations of physical abuse by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Four women accused the Democrat of physical violence in a New Yorker article published Monday evening. Two of the women went on the record, saying Schneiderman repeatedly hit them, often after drinking, and without their consent. 

  • Police say couple fabricated child cancer to solicit donations

    Police say couple fabricated child cancer to solicit donations

    Tuesday, May 8 2018 7:23 AM EDT2018-05-08 11:23:36 GMT

    Police say a central New York couple pretended their 9-year-old son had blood cancer in order to solicit money from sympathetic donors, even receiving an invite to Syracuse University football practice from the ruse.

    Police say a central New York couple pretended their 9-year-old son had blood cancer in order to solicit money from sympathetic donors, even receiving an invite to Syracuse University football practice from the ruse.

  • $20M in state grants available for airport safety upgrades

    $20M in state grants available for airport safety upgrades

    Tuesday, May 8 2018 2:53 AM EDT2018-05-08 06:53:26 GMT

    Airports across New York state can apply for some of the $20 million in new state funding being made available for safety improvement projects.    

    Airports across New York state can apply for some of the $20 million in new state funding being made available for safety improvement projects.    

  • Attorney general resigns after 4 women accuse him of abuse

    Attorney general resigns after 4 women accuse him of abuse

    Tuesday, May 8 2018 2:44 AM EDT2018-05-08 06:44:11 GMT

    New York's attorney general is resigning amid allegations he physically abused four women with whom he was romantically involved or had romantic interactions.

    New York's attorney general is resigning amid allegations he physically abused four women with whom he was romantically involved or had romantic interactions.

  • Police say woman used obituaries to find targets for burglary

    Police say woman used obituaries to find targets for burglary

    Monday, May 7 2018 8:28 AM EDT2018-05-07 12:28:07 GMT

    Police in the suburbs of New York City say a woman was using local obituaries to choose victims to rob while they were busy attending funeral services.

    Police in the suburbs of New York City say a woman was using local obituaries to choose victims to rob while they were busy attending funeral services.

  • New York wants landowners to monitor deer impacts on forest

    New York wants landowners to monitor deer impacts on forest

    Monday, May 7 2018 2:54 AM EDT2018-05-07 06:54:14 GMT

    The state Department of Environmental Conservation wants landowners to help monitor the impact of deer on forest health.

    The state Department of Environmental Conservation wants landowners to help monitor the impact of deer on forest health.

  • $90M in upgrades planned for state parks, historic sites

    $90M in upgrades planned for state parks, historic sites

    Monday, May 7 2018 2:53 AM EDT2018-05-07 06:53:06 GMT

    Tens of millions of dollars in rehabilitation and other repair work is planned this year at dozens of state-owned parks and historic sites across New York.    

    Tens of millions of dollars in rehabilitation and other repair work is planned this year at dozens of state-owned parks and historic sites across New York.    

  • NY wine, cheese makers to showcase products at NY Capitol

    NY wine, cheese makers to showcase products at NY Capitol

    Monday, May 7 2018 2:49 AM EDT2018-05-07 06:49:23 GMT

    Wine and cheese makers from across New York state are heading to Albany to showcase their products before lawmakers.   

    Wine and cheese makers from across New York state are heading to Albany to showcase their products before lawmakers.   

  • Schumer wants immediate ban on e-cigarette flavors

    Schumer wants immediate ban on e-cigarette flavors

    Monday, May 7 2018 2:44 AM EDT2018-05-07 06:44:30 GMT

    Sen. Charles Schumer says the Food and Drug Administration should immediately ban e-cigarette flavors like candy and cookies that can appeal to young people in the wake of warnings that teens and children are increasingly using e-cigarettes.

    Sen. Charles Schumer says the Food and Drug Administration should immediately ban e-cigarette flavors like candy and cookies that can appeal to young people in the wake of warnings that teens and children are increasingly using e-cigarettes.

  • Democrats push vote on Senator Markey's net neutrality measure

    Democrats push vote on Senator Markey's net neutrality measure

    Sunday, May 6 2018 1:13 PM EDT2018-05-06 17:13:31 GMT

    BOSTON (AP) - Senate Democrats are making a final push to gather support needed for U.S. Sen. Edward Markey's effort to undo the Federal Communications Commission's repeal of Obama-era internet net neutrality rules. The Massachusetts Democrat and New York Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer are planning to officially file Markey's discharge petition on Wednesday aimed at reinstating the rules. Net neutrality advocates say they're also launching a day of action Wednesday focused o...

    BOSTON (AP) - Senate Democrats are making a final push to gather support needed for U.S. Sen. Edward Markey's effort to undo the Federal Communications Commission's repeal of Obama-era internet net neutrality rules. The Massachusetts Democrat and New York Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer are planning to officially file Markey's discharge petition on Wednesday aimed at reinstating the rules. Net neutrality advocates say they're also launching a day of action Wednesday focused o...

  • New York Capitol Watch: Senate GOP says it isn't done with session

    New York Capitol Watch: Senate GOP says it isn't done with session

    Sunday, May 6 2018 12:52 PM EDT2018-05-06 16:52:17 GMT
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - In New York government news, Senate Republicans aim to prove Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo wrong by getting things done in the final weeks of the legislative session. Cuomo has said he doesn't expect lawmakers to accomplish much of consequence before adjourning in June. But Republican Senate Leader John Flanagan says Republicans are passing bills to cut taxes and strengthen penalties for drug dealers. (Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This...
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - In New York government news, Senate Republicans aim to prove Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo wrong by getting things done in the final weeks of the legislative session. Cuomo has said he doesn't expect lawmakers to accomplish much of consequence before adjourning in June. But Republican Senate Leader John Flanagan says Republicans are passing bills to cut taxes and strengthen penalties for drug dealers. (Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This...
  • NY welcomes 4 arson-investigating fire dogs

    NY welcomes 4 arson-investigating fire dogs

    Sunday, May 6 2018 12:45 PM EDT2018-05-06 16:45:28 GMT

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Four dogs trained in sniffing out arson are joining the ranks of public safety agencies in New York state. Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office announced Friday that the canine officers and their human handlers recently completed an eight-week course on detecting accelerants used to set fires.

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Four dogs trained in sniffing out arson are joining the ranks of public safety agencies in New York state. Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office announced Friday that the canine officers and their human handlers recently completed an eight-week course on detecting accelerants used to set fires.

  • Voters eye Pennsylvania's wide-open, crowded US House races

    Voters eye Pennsylvania's wide-open, crowded US House races

    Sunday, May 6 2018 12:30 PM EDT2018-05-06 16:30:43 GMT

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania's perfect storm of new district boundaries, the most open seats in decades and Democrats' passionate anti-Trump fever has propelled a tidal wave of candidates into congressional primaries. All told, 84 candidates are seeking Democratic or Republican party nominations for 18 seats in Pennsylvania's May 15 primary election.

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania's perfect storm of new district boundaries, the most open seats in decades and Democrats' passionate anti-Trump fever has propelled a tidal wave of candidates into congressional primaries. All told, 84 candidates are seeking Democratic or Republican party nominations for 18 seats in Pennsylvania's May 15 primary election.

  • Suit Alleging Manning Sold Bogus Memorabilia Nears Trial

    Suit Alleging Manning Sold Bogus Memorabilia Nears Trial

    Sunday, May 6 2018 12:19 PM EDT2018-05-06 16:19:07 GMT
    HACKENSACK, N.J. (AP) - A lawsuit alleging Eli Manning and the New York Giants sold bogus memorabilia to collectors is headed to trial this month in New Jersey. Memorabilia dealer Eric Inselberg filed the suit in 2014 claiming Manning's backup helmet from the 2012 Super Bowl he bought and another helmet bought by another collector were frauds. Inselberg and other memorabilia dealers were the subject of a federal investigation, though the case against him eventually was dropped. Ins...
    HACKENSACK, N.J. (AP) - A lawsuit alleging Eli Manning and the New York Giants sold bogus memorabilia to collectors is headed to trial this month in New Jersey. Memorabilia dealer Eric Inselberg filed the suit in 2014 claiming Manning's backup helmet from the 2012 Super Bowl he bought and another helmet bought by another collector were frauds. Inselberg and other memorabilia dealers were the subject of a federal investigation, though the case against him eventually was dropped. Ins...
  • Fishing Season for Warm-Water Fish Opens in New York

    Fishing Season for Warm-Water Fish Opens in New York

    Saturday, May 5 2018 10:41 AM EDT2018-05-05 14:41:20 GMT
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The opening of fishing season for several of New York's most popular sport fish is at hand. Fishing for walleye, northern pike, tiger muskellunge, and pickerel begins Saturday. Anglers looking for walleye won't have far to go to find good fishing opportunities. Walleye can be found in more than 140 bodies of water in the state, including every major watershed. Lake Erie and Oneida Lake are the state's top walleye fisheries and are expected to produce excellent f...
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The opening of fishing season for several of New York's most popular sport fish is at hand. Fishing for walleye, northern pike, tiger muskellunge, and pickerel begins Saturday. Anglers looking for walleye won't have far to go to find good fishing opportunities. Walleye can be found in more than 140 bodies of water in the state, including every major watershed. Lake Erie and Oneida Lake are the state's top walleye fisheries and are expected to produce excellent f...
  • Where Pennsylvania's GOP Governor Candidates Stand on Issues

    Where Pennsylvania's GOP Governor Candidates Stand on Issues

    Saturday, May 5 2018 10:24 AM EDT2018-05-05 14:24:58 GMT

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Three candidates seeking the Republican nomination in the May 15 primary election for Pennsylvania governor have similar stances on taxes, marijuana policy and gun rights. But they differ on raising the minimum wage and cutting school property taxes.

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Three candidates seeking the Republican nomination in the May 15 primary election for Pennsylvania governor have similar stances on taxes, marijuana policy and gun rights. But they differ on raising the minimum wage and cutting school property taxes.

  • Tornado damage confirmed in western NY

    Tornado damage confirmed in western NY

    Friday, July 21 2017 12:04 AM EDT2017-07-21 04:04:36 GMT

    No injuries have been reported as severe storms ripped through the area Thursday, uprooting trees and knocking down power lines.

    No injuries have been reported as severe storms ripped through the area Thursday, uprooting trees and knocking down power lines.

  • PA House's $2B no-new-taxes revenue plan could be thorny

    PA House's $2B no-new-taxes revenue plan could be thorny

    Friday, July 21 2017 11:59 PM EDT2017-07-22 03:59:36 GMT

    The thorny question of where to find $2 billion will dominate the upcoming weekend session of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. House members were expected to reconvene in Harrisburg on Saturday amid a three-week budget stalemate with Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and the Senate. 

    The thorny question of where to find $2 billion will dominate the upcoming weekend session of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. House members were expected to reconvene in Harrisburg on Saturday amid a three-week budget stalemate with Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and the Senate. 

  • Suspect in Times Square car crash that killed 1 is indicted

    Suspect in Times Square car crash that killed 1 is indicted

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 4:03 PM EDT2017-05-24 20:03:46 GMT

    A man accused of intentionally mowing down pedestrians with his car on a Times Square sidewalk has been indicted by a grand jury.

    A man accused of intentionally mowing down pedestrians with his car on a Times Square sidewalk has been indicted by a grand jury.

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