Police say "Click It, or Ticket"

From May 23rd to June 5th, law enforcement will participate in the National "Click It, or Ticket" campaign by increasing enforcement. >>

Cuomo Announces Masters-in-Education Program

Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced the Masters-in-Education Teacher Incentive Scholarship program for future top educators. >>

NY School Solar Program Off to Slow Start, Now Regrouping

Governor Cuomo's 'K-Solar' Initiative needs a new partner after the financial collapse of one of the nation's largest solar companies. >>

New Coalition Joins Fight Against Corruption in Albany

A new coalition of community organizations, faith groups and labor unions says New York can address government corruption by tightening campaign finance rules while making it easier to vote. >>

Senate Passes Bill Aimed to Combat Heroin and Opioid Abuse

The legislation comes from recommendations by the Senate's Joint Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction. >>

Upstate NY Man Faces 500-year Sentence For Child Pornography

A 40-year-old central New York man has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges stemming from his producing and distributing images of infants and toddlers being sexually abused. >>

NY Opens Adirondack, Catskills Camping Sites

New York state has opened its campgrounds in the Adirondacks and Catskills to public use for the season. >>

Some Worry New NY Big-Projects Agency Is Cuomo Power Grab

Gov. Andrew Cuomo hopes a new agency will help smooth the way for massive state construction projects, but critics worry about a power grab by the Democratic leader. >>

Take The "Star Spangled Challenge" to Sing at the NY State Fair

Twelve people will be chosen to sing the National Anthem at the New York State Fair. >>

Pennsylvania's Carbon-Cutting Plan Will Await US Court Fight

Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's administration isn't planning to meet the first deadline for states to submit compliance reports under President Barack Obama's plan to curtail greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. >>

Cuomo Announces Funds to Build/Fix Homes

Governor Cuomo has announced $59 million available to build, rehabilitate and repair owner-occupied homes throughout New York. >>

Gov. Cuomo Announces Energy Affordability Policy

Governor Cuomo announced the state's first-ever Energy Affordability Policy, which will provide nearly two million low-income New Yorkers with $248 million in cost relief each year. >>

Locally Designed App Helping Transgender & Gender Non-conforming People Locate A Safe Restroom

A local outreach program in Ithaca developed a phone app for users to quickly locate a safe place to use the restroom. >>

Post-recession higher ed funding hit hard, report says

That's according to a report released Thursday by the Washington, D.C.-based Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. >>

Elmira Heights, Canisteo PD Receiving Funds for Fingerprint Tech

The Elmira Heights and Canisteo Police Departments are receiving part of a grant to upgrade their fingerprinting technology. >>

Cuomo to Recognize Top Teachers In New York

Governor Cuomo has announced the Empire State Excellence in Teaching Program. It will recognize teachers all across the state who are successfully preparing a new generation of learners for the future. >>

Syracuse University's Carrier Dome To Get A Facelift

Syracuse University will replace the Carrier Dome's inflatable roof with a permanent structure. >>

NY State Senate Task Force Announces Recommendations

The New York State Joint Senate Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction released a report and recommendations to strengthen education and awareness, treatment and prevention, and enforcement. >>

New York State Lawmakers Ponder Ban on Declawing Cats

New York would be the first state to ban the declawing of cats under a legislative proposal that has divided veterinarians. >>

Pennsylvania Doctors Launch Anti-Opioid Addiction Effort

The Pennsylvania Medical Society is launching an education effort to help physicians and patients find treatment alternatives to highly addictive painkillers. >>

AG Schneiderman Announces Major Statewide Drug Bust

Authorities rounded up 72 people today accused of running two drug rings in New York. >>

NY lifts licensing restrictions for some immigrants

New York has removed a barrier that's kept some immigrants who have entered the country illegally from teaching or practicing medicine in the state. >>

New York Uninsured Rate Reaches Historic Low

In addition, the survey showed that the uninsured rate in New York had reached 4.9%. >>

Cuomo Proposes New Legislation to End AIDS Epidemic

Governor Cuomo is proposing new legislation with the hopes of ending the AIDS epidemic in New York State by 2020. >>

Cuomo Announces $20M to Fight Unemployment

Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced $20 million in federal funding to support the state's unemployment efforts. >>


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