Time Warner and AT&T to Argue In Favor of Merger On Capitol Hill

The CEOs of AT&T and Time Warner are heading to Capitol Hill in a bid to convince senators that a merger of their two companies will mean innovative new experiences for consumers. >>

New Bill Helps Poor Access A Public Defender

A broad coalition of legal advocates, clergy and local leaders is urging New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sign legislation aimed at ensuring the poor have access to public defenders. >>

NY Launches New OASAS Treatment Availability Dashboard

New York is launching the newly upgraded online tool that helps connect those struggling with addiction to treatment. >>

Cuomo Launches Investigation into Racial Bias in State Prisons

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is launching an investigation into racial bias in the state prison system, because of a report by the New York Times. >>

New York Creating Empire Corps to Fight Poverty

New York State is creating a new program to help reduce poverty across the state. >>

NY Attorney General Recommends Changes to NY Voter Laws

New York's Attorney General Office received an unprecedented number of complaints about this year's presidential primary. >>

Auditor says clearer rules needed for drilling impact fees

A new report from Pennsylvania's auditor general says better guidance is needed for local governments about spending impact fees generated by natural gas drilling activity in their area. >>

PA Universitiesí Faculty to Vote on Contract

Faculty and coaches at Pennsylvania's 14 state-owned universities, including Mansfield University, begin voting Monday to approve a tentative contract agreement made in October. >>

Green Party asks US court to order Pennsylvania recount

Calling Pennsylvania's election system "a national disgrace," Green Party-backed lawyers asked a federal judge on Monday to order a recount of the state's Nov. 8 presidential election result, won by Republican Donald Trump. >>

NY speaker: special session on legislative pay uncertain

The Bronx Democrat told reporters Monday that it "remains to be seen" whether the Assembly and Senate will reconvene. >>

Federal Loans for Businesses Hurt by Summer Drought

The federal Small Business Administration is offering disaster loans to New York businesses hurt by the months-long drought. >>

Schumer Calls United's Low-Price Fare Option Too Restrictive

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer says United Airlines should change a new fare structure that allows fliers to pay cheaper prices but comes with strict rules. >>

Law Requires Telemarketers To Use Caller ID

Telemarketers will now have to use accurate caller ID information under a new law. >>

$500,000 in State Funding For NY Farm-to-School Programs

The Rural Health Network of South Central New York is receiving nearly $90,000 to support farm-to-school programs. >>

4 Indicted on Murder Charges in Rideout Case

A grand jury has indicted four people on murder charges in the death of a man whose body was found in Yates County in July. >>

Sen. Schumer urges Canada to reverse dairy pricing policy

U.S. Senator Charles Schumer is urging Canadian officials to reverse a pricing policy that's designed to discourage Canadian cheese makers from using imported, ultra-filtered milk from the U.S. in their products. >>

Trumpís Pennsylvania lead shrinks as counties wrap up counts

President-elect Donald Trump's margin of victory in Pennsylvania is shrinking as more counties wrap up final tallies of provisional and overseas ballots. >>

NY No Longer Leaving Rape Kits Untested

New York will no longer be leaving rape kits untested. >>

Appeals Court Upholds Elmira Man's 2009 Murder Conviction

The Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court has upheld the 2009 murder conviction of an Elmira man. >>

Cuomo Vetoes Another O'Mara Sponsored Bill

Governor Cuomo denied legislation to establish a new "Upstate Transit Funding Board" within the state the Department of Transportation. >>

I Love New York Beer Available in China

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday an I LOVE NEW YORK beer will be distributed throughout China. >>

District Attorneys' Guidelines For Police Shootings

The Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association has released recommendations for investigating police-involved shootings. >>

"Move Over" Law Enforcement Campaign Results

New York State Police issued 230 tickets during its "Move Over" law enforcement campaign. >>

Rep. Tom Reed Appointed to Trump Transition Team

Rep. Tom Reed has been added to President-elect Donald Trump's transition team. >>

Judge blocks precinct recounts in Montgomery County PA

A Montgomery County judge is rejecting Green Party-backed requests for recounts of presidential election results in about 78 precincts. >>


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