March On Washington Draws Historic Crowd

Women may have been rallying in our area but nowhere was the crowd bigger than in Washington, D.C. >>

Women Upset About Trumpís Presidency To March To His Home

The Women's March on New York City will end at Trump Tower on Saturday afternoon. >>

State Provides Funding for Invasive Species

New York state has now provided state and local government money to help fight invasive species. >>

Budget Plan Includes Millions For Southern Tier Bridge Replacements

The Southern Tier will get $33.2 million to rehabilitate and replace 23 bridges and culverts. >>

PA Gets More Time to Comply With Real ID Law

Federal authorities are giving Pennsylvania a few more months to comply with a 2005 federal law that requires people to prove they are legal U.S. residents in order for their driver's licenses to be valid for federal purposes. >>

PA Dispensary Applications Now Available

Pennsylvania will soon be accepting applications from those who want to grow and process medical marijuana as well as those who want to establish and run dispensaries. >>

Cuomo Meets With Trump Ahead of Inauguration

Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is saying he stressed to President-elect Donald Trump the impact of federal spending on state budgets. >>

Manufacturing Continues Growth in New York

Manufacturing in New York state expanded in January for the third straight month, as new orders and shipments grew. >>

Pennsylvania Liquor Stores To Be Open on Monday Holidays

A state law allows state-run liquor stores to stay open on holidays that are observed on a Monday. >>

PA: Liquor & Beer Law Reforms Take Effect

From certain store hours for liquor sales to freeing the six-pack for beer distributors, new regulations are going into effect in PA this week for alcohol sales. >>

Lawmakers Await Budget Details From Cuomo

Lawmakers await the details of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's big budget ideas amid tense relations between the executive and the Legislature. >>

Senator Gillibrand Introduces Bill Protecting Seniors from Financial Fraud

One State Senator is working to protect seniors from financial scams. >>

OíMara Ensuring Volunteer Firefighters Access to Critical Health Care Benefits

Senator Tom O'Mara signs on to legislation to ensure volunteer firefighters have access to critical health care benefits. >>

Dunkin Donuts Recalling Eight-Thousand Cups

Dunkin Donuts is recalling over eight-thousand glass tumbler cups due to possible cut and burn hazards. >>

Syracuse Airport Awarded Millions For Renovation

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that the state will put up nearly $36 million. >>

Cuomo: Lessen Penalties on Pot Possesion

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to lessen the penalties for possessing a small amount of marijuana. >>

No More Lie-Detector Tests For PSP Recruits

The Pennsylvania State Police is no longer subjecting recruits to lie-detector tests, saying the agency has lost good job applicants because the tests added time to the hiring process. >>

Pennsylvania Senator To Challenge Gov. Wolf In 2018

Republican state Sen. Scott Wagner of York County is preparing a Wednesday announcement. >>

PA Attorney General Settles Dispute With Law Firm

The Pennsylvania attorney general's office says it's settled a dispute with a Washington, D.C., law firm over its bill for reviewing explicit and objectionable emails on the agency's computers. >>

Schneiderman Working To Ensure Free Birth Control

New Yorkers could get free birth control even if President-elect Donald Trump repeals "Obamacare," under legislation proposed by the state attorney general. >>

Lawmakers To Approve Harriet Tubman National Park in Upstate NY

The park will be made outside of Auburn, NY near Tubman's old home and the church she attended. >>

Penn State Abuse Scandal Costs Approach A Quarter-Billion

Penn State's costs related to the Jerry Sandusky scandal are approaching a quarter-billion dollars and growing. >>

Gov. Cuomo: NY Should Ban Bad Bankers For "Egregious" Acts

Under the legislation proposed by the governor the person would be subject to a hearing before the superintendent could issue the ban >>

Program Certifies Students To Become Farmers Market Managers

A course allowing students to become Farmers Market Managers graduated it's first member of the course Friday. >>

Problem Gamblers Can Receive In-Patient Care In NY

Six state-run addiction treatment centers will admit people with problem gambling as their primary diagnosis. >>

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