SUNY, PGA Teaming Up to Helm Victims of Violence

SUNY and the PGA Tour are teaming up to help victims of sexual and interpersonal violence. >>

Cuomo Signs Legislation Fighting Power of PACs

New York state has new rules to stop independent political groups from unfairly helping candidates for elected office - though critics say the measure won't fix chronic corruption in Albany and could have negative unintended consequences. >>

Cuomo Cracking Down on Underage Drinking on College Campuses

Governor Andrew Cuomo is cracking down on underage drinking at college campuses. >>

Two Local Airports Get Federal Funding

Two local airports have received federal funding for critical infrastructure projects. >>

Ride Inspections Underway at NYS Fair

Ride inspections are underway at the New York State Fair. >>

Daily fantasy sports cleared to resume in New York state

DraftKings, FanDuel and other daily fantasy sports companies have been cleared to resume business in New York state. >>

Roller coaster gets stuck at Hersheypark; 27 riders removed

A roller coaster has gotten stuck at a Pennsylvania amusement park again, and riders have had to be removed from it. >>

Sandusky appeal focuses on Victim 2's conflicting statements

Victim 2 and one other victim didn't testify during the 2012 trial, while eight others did. >>

Casino Being Built In Finger Lakes Looking For Dealers

As new casinos are being built in upstate New York, one of them is hosting informational sessions this week for potential employees. >>

NY Sends Firefighters To Help Contain Western Wildfires

New York firefighters are heading to the West Coast to help contain wildfires there. >>

NYC Eliminates English Test For Yellow Cab Drivers

New York City taxi drivers will no longer have to pass an English test under new rules designed to make it easier for immigrants to get behind the wheel of a yellow cab. >>

NY Enforcing Hospital Patientsí Rights With New Law

New York is requiring hospitals to post statements explaining patient protections against surprise medical bills and their right to designate a caregiver to receive instructions about post-discharge care. >>

New York Reaches Record-High Private Employment

Ithaca has showed rapid job growth so far this year, but Elmira is one of the few cities that lost jobs in July. >>

Finger Lakes Region Wins Another USAToday Contest

The Finger Lakes region has won another USAToday 10Best contest. >>

NY Sending 20 To Help Fight Fires

New York is sending 20 employees and volunteers to held fight wildfires burning throughout the West Coast. >>

NY effort to stop 'zombie homes' reclaims 1,600 properties

The homes were repaired by local community agencies known as "land banks." >>

Despite Kane's resignation, panel considering impeachment

Despite Kathleen Kane's resignation as Pennsylvania's attorney general after her conviction on perjury charges this week, a state House panel is still considering impeachment. >>

Endicott Couple Facing More Charges in Son's Death

An Endicott couple charged in the overdose death of their 5 year old son are facing new charges after a grand jury indictment. >>

Wolf Nominates Replacement For Rest of Kane's Term

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is nominating Kathleen Kane's former top deputy to step in as attorney general for the remaining months of her term. >>

NY allowing organ donor consent starting at age 16

New York is lowering the age at which drivers can register to become organ donors from 18 down to 16. >>

PA Asking for Medical Marijuana Feedback

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is asking for the communities input on the roll out of medical marijuana. >>

Study Calls New York "Least Free State" in the Country

A study by the Cato Institute claims New York is the "Least Free State" in the U.S. >>

Scammers Using New Tactics, Cloning Phone Numbers

The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance is warning taxpayers about the latest tactics being used by con artists. >>

Self-Proclaimed Facebook Co-Owner Resurfaces After Fleeing U.S.

The upstate New York man who claimed Mark Zuckerberg owed him half of Facebook has resurfaced after a year and a half on the run. >>

Rochester Man Allegedly Plots School Attack

A Rochester man is behind bars after police say he was plotting an attack on a school. >>

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