Vote For ’The Great New York State Fair’ as the Best in the Country

The New York State Fair is in the running for USA Today's 2015 10Best Readers' Choice Travel Award contest. >>

New York Tax Revenues Up Nearly 10 Percent

New York's comptroller reports tax revenues so far this fiscal year are nearly 10 percent higher than the same four months last year. >>

IRS Telephone Scam

The Pennsylvania State Police are warning people about a massive and convincing IRS scam that can be quite concerning when the scammers threaten jail time if you don't pay up. >>

Steuben County Gets Millions To Update Emergency Communication Systems

Seventeen counties across New York will share $50 million from the state to upgrade their emergency communications. >>

Special Ceremony At Opening Day of NYS Fair

On Thursday, the opening day of the New York State Fair, there will be a naturalization ceremony for more than 100 people. >>

NY Education Officials Look to Curb Opt-Out Rates

New York education officials are looking to school districts with high participation in statewide testing for ways to curb opt-out rates. >>

WGI Multi-Million Dollar Repavement Project Progress

Watkins Glen International is a couple weeks into a multi-million dollar track pavement upgrade project. Congressman Reed spoke about how the construction project will help the economic growth of the region. >>

Chairman of NYS Gaming Commission Resigns

Gearan cited increasing obligations and workload as his reason for stepping down. >>

Pennsylvania’s top prosecutor ordered to stand trial for Perjury

A judge has ordered Pennsylvania's top prosecutor to stand trial on charges she leaked secret grand jury information and lied about her actions under oath. >>

N.Y. State Police Begin 20-Day DWI Crackdown

State police in New York are stepping up their enforcement of drunken driving laws with a 20-day end-of-summer crack down. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the effort begins Friday and will last through Sept. 7, Labor Day. >>

N.Y. Unemployment Level Hits 7-Year Low

New York state's unemployment rate is at its lowest level in seven years. The state labor department pegs the new rate at 5.4 percent. >>

All About Beer Magazine’s "World Beer Festival" at Tioga Downs

If you are still looking for weekend plans, and happen to be a beer fan, there is an event for you! All About Beer Magazine's World Beer Festival is coming to Tioga Downs. >>

3 Dead, 4 Injured in Rochester Shooting

Police say a gunman shot into a crowd outside the Boys and Girls Club after a basketball game, killing three people and wounding four others. >>

Update Expected on Upstate Prison Break Investigation

Clinton County District Attorney, Andrew Wylie giving an update on the investigation into the upstate prison escape of David Sweat and Richard Matt at a press conference this morning. >>

PA State Budget Stalemate Could Affect Tax Payers

Pennsylvania's state budget stalemate could have a cost to taxpayers. >>

Law Creates Stricter Requirements For NYS Tattoo & Piercing Studios

Governor Cuomo signed legislation that creates stricter requirements for using sterile equipment on customers. >>

NY Rolls Out New Emergency Management Computer System

New York state is rolling out a new emergency management computer system. >>

New York Bans Smoking Near After-School Programs

New York is banning smoking near after-school programs. >>

Hunt For Escaped Killers Costs More than a $1 Million a Day

Payroll records suggest the hunt for two escaped killers in northern New York cost more than $1 million a day. >>

Elmira College Men's Hockey Releases 2015-2016 Schedule

With six straight conference games to start their schedule, Elmira College Men's Hockey announces their upcoming season schedule. >>

Lackawanna Man Indicted on Federal Charges

Arafat Nagi is charged with attempting to provide material support and resources to a ISIS. >>

Lt. Governor Hochul Visits Elmira

New York's Lieutenant Governor, Kathy Hochul (D), spent time in different parts of the Southern Tier today to discuss business opportunities and state funded programs. >>

Seneca Falls Home of Women’s Rights Movement

Last month marked the 167th Anniversary of the Women's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, New York. It is known as the birthplace of the women's rights movement, but Seneca Falls is not only a thriving town, it is also a national treasure. >>

20% of NY Students Sat Out of Common Core Tests

New York education officials say the state's third- through eighth-grade students did slightly better on Common Core-aligned math and English assessments than last year. >>

Study Shows Most New Yorkers Buckle Up

Ninety-two percent of New Yorkers regularly buckle up when in an automobile, according to a new study. >>


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