Cuomo Suspends Road Construction For Travelers

Governor Cuomo wants to help ease the holiday traffic by putting construction projects on hold this weekend. >>

DWI Crackdown For the Holiday Weekend

Police will crackdown on impaired drivers across New York State from Wednesday through Sunday. >>

Sen. Libous Gets Six Months House Arrest

Terminally ill former NY Senator avoids prison >>

Help Protect New York’s Deer From Disease

Conservation officials are asking hunters to help protect New York's deer herd from chronic wasting disease. >>

Casinos Waiting For Formal License

New York's Gaming Commission is scheduled to meet but the four casinos awaiting formal licensure may have to wait a little longer. >>

Pa. House votes to delay graduation exams for 2 more years

The state House is giving its approval to a plan to delay for two years a set of mandatory tests for Pennsylvania students before they can graduate high school. >>

Regular Deer and Bear Season Kicks Off At Sunrise

Regular firearms season in New York's southern zone officially starts tomorrow morning at sunrise and closes at sunset on Sunday, December 13th. >>

New York E. Coli Case Linked To Chipotle

New York health authorities are linking a case of E. coli to a Buffalo-area Chipotle restaurant. >>

Buffalo, Rochester to give city workers $15 minimum wage

Buffalo and Rochester are moving to raise the minimum wage of municipal employees to $15 an hour as part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's push to raise the wage floor for all workers. >>

NY State Lawmakers Urge Cuomo To Refuse Syrian Refugees

A Republican State Representative and Republican State Assemblyman say the threat of terrorism should influence Cuomo's decision. >>

Gov. Wolf Says Pennsylvania Will Accept Refugees

Gov. Wolf says his administration will continue working to resettle Syrian refugees in Pennsylvania. >>

Electronic Car Insurance Cards For NY GEICO Customers

The GEICO App will offer e-cards for New York Drivers starting today. >>

FanDuel suspending daily fantasy sports for NY players

Daily fantasy sports operator FanDuel says it's temporarily suspending entry in paid contests for New York players. >>

Governor Cuomo: Allowing refugees part of American dream

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says rejecting Syrian refugees would be akin to letting terrorists win by "conceding defeat of the American dream." >>

Twin Tiers Honor Flight Trip To D.C.

Local WWII and Korean War veterans took a trip to D.C. over the weekend as a part of the Twin Tiers Honor Flight. >>

Surviving Prison Escapee Pleads Guilty

Sweat was caught after three weeks on the run after escape from Clinton Correctional Facility >>

Sandusky Gets PSU Pension Reinstated

Convicted former assistant coach will get pension, with back pay >>

FanDuel and DraftKings turn to New York court

FanDuel and Draftkings have filed court papers with the New York Supreme Court to stop the attorney general from carrying out his threat to ban the online games in New York. >>

Veterans Day Local Ceremonies and Events

Across the country, people will be raising their flags and honoring the men and women who have fought for our country. Here's a look at a few of the public ceremonies we found in the area. >>

NY Raises State Worker Minimum Wage to $15

New York's governor is raising the minimum wage for about 10,000 state workers to $15 an hour over the next six years. >>

New York to daily fantasy sports: Stop taking bets here

New York's attorney general has told the daily fantasy sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel to stop accepting bets in the state, saying their operations amount to illegal gambling. >>

NY Education Groups Make Recommendations For School Funding

The board encompasses seven statewide groups representing New York's superintendents, school business officials and administrators, Big Five districts, teachers unions, school boards and Parent Teacher Association. >>

RECALL: Wegmans Recalling Pine Nuts & Pudding

Wegmans is recalling Italian Classics Pine Nuts and Kozy Shack Indulgent Recipe Salted Caramel Pudding Cups. >>

Common Core Task Force Hosts Public Meetings Around NYS

The Southern Tier's public meeting will be held Monday November 9th at Binghamton University at 7PM. >>

Kathleen Kane Exposes Officials' Dirty Emails

Kathleen Kane has released hundreds of sexually explicit and crude emails linked to current or former public officials. >>

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