WENY is seeking to resolve negotiation with DirecTV

Pennsylvania unemployment rate hits 7-year low

Pennsylvania's unemployment rate dropped in February for the third straight month. >>

NY Lawmaker: Free Tampons at Schools, Jails and Shelters

A lawmaker in New York says women and girls should be able to obtain free tampons and other feminine hygiene products at public schools, >>

4 Pennsylvania GOP congressmen now oppose health care bill

Four Republican congressmen from Pennsylvania are now saying they're opposed to House GOP health care legislation backed by President Donald Trump. >>

New York Offers $2K Rebates To Spark Electric Car Sales

New York state is launching a program to provide electric cars buyers with rebates of up to $2,000. >>

Sign Up for "I Love My Park" Day

The 6th annual "I Love My Park" Day will be held on May 6th. >>

Wolf Urging U.S. House to Vote No on AHCA

Reaction to Republican health care legislation is mixed among Pennsylvania's 18-member U.S. House delegation as Gov. Tom Wolf is urging them to defeat it. >>

Ithaca Student Studying Abroad in London Recounts Attack

A student from Ithaca College who was near the Houses of Parliament as the terrorist attack unfolded recalls the moments after the attack. >>

New York Awards $78M To Support School Initiatives

The 21st Century Community Learning Centers program targets students in high-poverty and low-performing schools. >>

AG: NY Saw Record Data Breaches in 2016

New York saw a record number of data breaches in 2016, according to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. >>

Video game developers: New York must nurture industry growth

Video game developers say New York will miss out on its chunk of a nearly $100 billion industry if it doesn't encourage companies to plant their roots in the state. >>

Could Min. Wage Hike Impact Number of Home Health Aides?

Advocates for the disabled, elderly, & ill are concerned the minimum wage hike in NY could decrease the number of aides. >>

NY Officials Warn of Scam to Get Employee Tax Information

New York officials are warning about a tax-season scam in which email fraudsters pose as company executives to get employees' Social Security numbers. >>

Cosby Lawyers Want to Prescreen Potential Jurors

Bill Cosby's lawyers hope to prescreen potential jurors to weed out those with opinions about the sex-assault case before jury selection begins in person. >>

Local leaders join opposition to New York nuclear plant aid

Cuomo has said keeping the plants open would provide reliable energy as New York transitions half its power to renewable sources by 2030. >>

Number of NY Millionaires on the Rise

There seems to be quite a few more millionaires here in the Empire State these days. >>

New York Police To Step Up Patrols For St. Patrick's Day

The effort includes sobriety checkpoints, stepped up vehicle patrols and ID inspections at bars. >>

New York Awards $6M For My Brother's Keeper School Programs

Among districts receiving grants are Binghamton, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Ithaca, Niagara Falls and New York City. >>

Medical Marijuana Soon Available For Chronic Pain

The New York State Department of Health announced new enhancements to the medical marijuana program. >>

Cuomo Announces Trade Mission to Ireland

On this St. Patrick's Day, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a trade mission to Ireland. >>

Turnpike starts removing interchanges' E-ZPass signal lights

Officials said Friday the decommissioning is starting at the Harrisburg West interchange and will continue though the calendar year. >>

IRS Offers Tax Deadline Extension For Small Businesses After Storm

Small businesses affected by wind and snow storms in the state now have more time. >>

NY town judge who banned media vows to avoid re-election

Purtell had served as the town judge since 1998. >>

NY Gov. Cuomo: Trump budget a "wrecking ball"

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is trashing Donald Trump's proposed state budget, calling the Republican president's spending plan "dangerous, reckless and contemptuous of American values." >>

Appeals judges question ex-Assembly speaker’s conviction

The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel in Manhattan did not say how it will rule after hearing over an hour of oral arguments Thursday. >>

Pennsylvania's orthopedic doctors introduce new opioid guidelines

The Pennsylvania Orthopedic Society has introduced new guidelines for prescribing opioids to residents of the state with a focus on injured athletes. >>


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