Cuomo Vetoes Bill on Prescriptions

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has vetoed a bill he says would roll back efforts to fight prescription opioid abuse with a "loophole" in the state law requiring electronic prescriptions. >>

Cuomo Vetoes Bill to Prompt Study of Caregivers

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has vetoed legislation to require a state study of the high vacancy and turnover rates among caregivers for developmentally disabled New Yorkers and what's needed to fix them. >>

Sen. Gillibrand Introduces Bill To Celebrate 19th Amendment

One U.S. Senator wants to celebrate the upcoming centennial of the passing of the 19th amendment >>

UPDATE: Missing Ithaca College Student Located

The Tompkins County Sheriff's Office has confirmed Kristin Jannotti has been located. >>

Tioga Co. Holds Candlelight Vigil for Suicide Prevention Awareness

Thursday night dozens gathered in Owego to remember loved ones lost as part of Suicide Prevention Awareness month. >>

Governor Wolf Wants Action On Opioid Addiction Bills

Wolf says lawmakers can't afford to stall on the bills, because 10 people die each day from drug overdoses in PA. >>

New NY Law: Get Your Money's Worth With Gift Cards

Businesses will be prohibited from imposing user fees on unused balances for 25 months instead of 13. >>

Telecom, Utility Companies Canít Charge Termination Fees If Customer Dies

Telecom and utility companies will no longer be able to charge a contract termination or early cancellation fee in the event of a customer's death. >>

NY to require mortgage lenders maintain abandoned homes

Under the law, they are required to report vacant and abandoned properties to the department and submit quarterly reports detailing their actions. >>

Loans Available For Small Businesses Affected by the Drought

The Small Business Administration is offering assistance to eligible small businesses affected by this summer's drought. >>

New Hiking Path Opens Between 2 Undeveloped Finger Lakes

A new walking trail is opening in pristine forest land between Hemlock and Canadice lakes >>

Program Reimburses Tuition For Volunteer Firefighters

The Fireman's Association of the State of New York is offering tuition reimbursement for volunteer firefighters. >>

Early Bow Hunting Seasons Begin In New York Next Week

Bow season begins in the Northern Zone at sunrise next Tuesday and runs through Oct. 21. The season opens in the Southern Zone on Saturday, Oct. 1, and ends Nov. 18. >>

New York Seizes 33 Kilos of Heroin In Record-Setting Drug Bust

Authorities in New York state have made a record drug bust, seizing 33 kilograms of heroin and 2 kilograms of fentanyl. >>

APSCUF Sets Strike Date

The union representing faculty at Pennsylvania's 14 state-run universities has set a strike date >>

Senate Committee Passes Bill on Recruiting Volunteer Firefighters

A U.S. Senate committee has passed a bill that senators from Maine and New York say will improve communities' ability to recruit and keep volunteer firefighters and emergency workers. >>

Schneiderman Reaches Settlement With Trump Hotel Collection

New York's attorney general has announced a settlement with Trump Hotel Collection, saying the company has agreed to pay $50,000 and shore up data security after breaches exposed more than 70,000 credit card numbers and other personal data. >>

APSCUF May Start Strike No Later Than October 30th

The union representing faculty at Pennsylvania's state-run universities says they may initiate a strike no later than October 30th. >>

Weiner's online chats with girl, 15, questioned in 2 states

Authorities in New York and North Carolina are investigating online communications between disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner and a 15-year-old girl. >>

New York Education Department proposes Common Core changes

New York state education officials are proposing changes to the Common Core learning standards used to guide lessons at every grade level in preparation for college or a career. >>

Schneiderman says bills would create opioid abuse loopholes

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is urging Gov. Andrew Cuomo to veto two bills that he says would roll back efforts to fight prescription opioid abuse. >>

NY Student Loan Debt Doubles in Last Decade

New York state residents owe $82 billion in student loan debt >>

PA Lawmakers Put Local Gun Laws In Crosshairs Again

Pennsylvania lawmakers are moving closer to re-enacting legislation that would let the National Rifle Association and similar groups challenge local gun regulations that are more restrictive than state law. >>

Feds say bomber bought components on eBay

The Latest on explosive devices being found in New York and New Jersey. >>

Towanda Garage Deemed Total Loss After Massive Structure Fire

A trucking garage in Towanda, Pennsylvania is totally ruined after a massive fire Tuesday night. >>

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