Nearly 6,000 New Yorkers Drive For Uber In Other States

Because Uber cannot operate outside of the New York City area. >>

Internet Too Slow? Test & Report Your Speed

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman wants to make sure you're getting the service you pay for. >>

11 People Pass Through Unmanned Airport Security Checkpoint

The Transportation Security Administration confirms three passengers weren't properly screened after they walked through a metal detector, >>

P.A. Governor Wolf Proposes $12 Minimum Wage

Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf is proposing hiking the hourly minimum from $7.25 to $12. >>

NY Expands Energy Relief Policy For Low-Income Residents

New York state is expanding its Energy Affordability Policy. >>

Schumer: Federal Government Backtracked on Animal Welfare

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer says the federal Department of Agriculture under President Donald Trump has backtracked on animal welfare by deleting an online database of inspection reports on animal facilities such as dog breeding centers. >>

Pennsylvania Correlates Fracking with Minor Quakes

Pennsylvania environmental regulators say there's a likely correlation between a natural gas company's fracking operation and a series of minor earthquakes in western Pennsylvania last year. >>

P.A. Gov. Wolf Proposes $25 State Police Fee

The fee Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf wants municipalities to start paying for full-time state police coverage >>

Not-so-frozen Lakes Claim 10 Snowmobilers In Northeast This Winter

Not-so-frozen lakes have claimed 10 snowmobilers across the Northeast so far in a relatively mild winter. >>

State Creates New Advisory Group To Boost New York's History

The New York State Museum in Albany announced the panel's creation Wednesday. >>

Viral Hit Music Group "Too Many Zooz" Perform at 2300 Degrees

Trio musical group "Too Many Zooz" began playing in the subway station in NYC and are now growing rapidly in popularity. Hear from the band about their unique music style. >>

Manufacturing Continues to Expand in NY

Manufacturing in New York state expanded at the fastest pace in more than two years as factories received more new orders and stepped up hiring. >>

NYSP Issue Over 4,000 Tickets During Super Bowl Weekend

Across the state, 210 people were arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. >>

"Ride on Red" Law Goes Into Effect In Pennsylvania

First there was "right on red", now there is "ride on red." >>

Sea-Level Projections To Help NY Plan For Climate Change

Sea levels along the state's coastline could rise by as much as six feet by the end of the century. >>

Catch a Free Day Of Fishing In NY State

You can fish without a license in New York State on February 18th & 19th. >>

Information Sessions Planned At Libraries For Health Plans

New York health officials are holding information sessions at libraries around the state to help people enroll in health insurance plans. >>

Cuomo Calls On EPA To Set Drinking Water Standard For 1,4-Dioxane

Governor Cuomo wants to make sure the EPA is doing everything they can to ensure clean drinking water for New York State residents. >>

Joyce Mitchell Denied Parole

The state parole board has denied early release for prison tailor Joyce Mitchell, who helped two killers escape from a maximum-security facility in northern New York in 2015. >>

New York turns to teens to solve organ donor crisis

Starting Tuesday New York State teens 16- and 17-years-old will now be allowed to become organ donors. >>

Snowmobile Safety Reminders

New York officials are reminding snowmobilers to take precautions after a series of fatal accidents this winter. >>

NY Graduation Rate Continues Slow Climb

New York state's high school graduation rate continued its slow upward climb in 2016, when 79.4 percent of students earned a diploma after four years. >>

Rivers Casino In Schenectady Officially Open

The third of four new casinos popping up in new york state, has officially opened its doors. >>

Lawmakers Debate To Make New York A "Sanctuary State"

Could New York become a sanctuary state for immigrants? >>

Public Hearing on New Tax Agreement regarding former Seneca Army Depot

The Seneca Co. IDA held a public hearing on a proposed tax agreement regarding the former Seneca Army Depot sale. >>

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