Yates Co. Homicide Investigation: Man Killed Inside Home, Then Dumped In Penn Yan

Authorities say Craig Rideout was killed in his home and disfigured by acid, before being dumped in Penn Yan. >>

NY Gov. Cuomo at DNC: "Soul of America" at stake in election

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the "very soul of America" is at stake in this year's presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. >>

Judge nixes pornographic email scandal as Kane trial defense

The judge in Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane's criminal case won't allow jurors to hear as a trial defense that she was prosecuted to stop her from revealing a pornographic email scandal her office unearthed. >>

Audit Finds Core Issues With Pennsylvania Nursing Homes

In a letter to governor Tom Wolf, they identify 13 issues and make 23 recommendations to improve them. >>

NY Moves Ahead With Energy Plan

New York has committed to generating half of its energy from renewable sources by 2030. >>

NY Issues Guidance Letter to Health Insurers

New York state is taking steps to make sure insurance companies do not unfairly discriminate against people with mental heath disorders. >>

New York state works to reduce energy demand during heatwave

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has directed New York state agencies to conserve electricity to help the state avoid brownouts during the ongoing heat wave. >>

Prosecutors urge speedy jailing of 2 convicted legislators

Prosecutors say a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling reversing the conviction of a former Virginia governor is no reason to let two convicted former top New York legislators remain free pending appeal. >>

Developers seek more time to build Constitution Pipeline

Constitution Pipeline Company is asking federal regulators for more time to build a 124-mile natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania's shale fields to eastern New York. >>

NY Lawmakers Can't Decide How to Spend Affordable Housing Money

A coalition of affordable housing advocates says delays in ironing out a deal on how $2 billion in already-approved affordable housing funding should be spent are undermining efforts to address a growing crisis. >>

Weis Markets Recalls Baked Goods

The Weis recall includes muffins, cookies, shortbread, and bread products. >>

Boyfriend Arrested in Michelle Inch's Death

A Canton man has been arrested for criminal homicide surrounding the death of Michelle Inch. >>

Schneiderman Objects to Congressional Subpoena

New York's attorney general is refusing to comply with a congressional subpoena seeking records about his investigation into whether Exxon Mobil misled investors about man-made climate change. >>

Police Find Car of Murdered Rochester Man

Police say they've found the vehicle of a suburban Rochester man whose acid-mutilated body was found in the Finger Lakes region last week. >>

New York Extends State Park Swimming Hours During Heatwave

New York state is extending the hours of operation at state pools, parks and beaches during the ongoing heatwave. >>

Weiner: I'd Beat Trump Jr. Like 'Rented Mule' In Mayoral Run

Anthony Weiner says he'd come out of political retirement to thwart a potential New York City mayoral bid by Republican Donald Trump Jr. >>

Northeast Drought Could Last Through October

National weather experts say the country's northeast is in a dry spell because of below-average rainfall and fewer big storms this year. >>

400 Manufacturing Jobs May Come to Hornell

A new deal between Amtrak and Alstom in Hornell may bring 400 manufacturing jobs to the Southern Tier. >>

PA Casinos Scoff at $1M All-Night Liquor License

Pennsylvania lawmakers recently passed legislation giving the state's 12 casinos the ability to sell liquor between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m., but casinos say they aren't biting. >>

Police: NY Man, 61, Fatally Stabbed 56-Year-Old Roommate

Police say a 61-year-old New York man has been arrested for fatally stabbing his 56-year-old roommate. >>

Solar Project Can't Save The Forest For The Trees?

Solar energy ordinarily wins wide praise from groups that want to cut greenhouse gases. >>

Child, 4, Dies After Being Left In Car In Williamsport

Authorities in central Pennsylvania say a 4-year-old child died after being left in a car for several hours in downtown Williamsport. >>

New York Tax Collections Below Projections

DiNapoli's office reported Thursday that collections for the first quarter of the state's fiscal year were $19.8 billion, nearly $454 million below estimates and nearly $800 million less than the same period last year. >>

Body Found in Penn Yan Identified

The body found in Yates County earlier this week is believed to be that of a missing man from the Rochester area. >>

Hunters in NY Get Option of Fluorescent Pink

New York has authorized fluorescent pink as alternative protective coloring for young hunters in an appeal to girls who'd rather not wear blaze orange. >>


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