Foreclosure Prevention Assistance For Southern Tier Homeowners

Dept. of Financial Services representatives will come to the Southern Tier to help with foreclosure prevention. >>

LaGuardia Airport To Get Major Upgrade

LaGuardia Airport is getting redesigned and rebuilt from the ground up in a $4 billion project. >>

Joyce Mitchell Pleads Guilty to Role in Prison Escape

Mitchell admits to providing tools used in escape, faces prison time >>

NY Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Be Announced This Week

New York state health officials plan to announce this week the companies selected to operate medical marijuana dispensaries. >>

Cuomo Signs New Legislation For Disabled New Yorkers

Gov. Cuomo signed two pieces of legislation that strengthen state protections for people with disabilities. >>

Wage Board Finalizing $15 Fast Food Minimum Wage Report

New York's wage board is expected to finalize a report endorsing a $15 minimum wage for fast-food workers today in Albany. >>

Shootout in Erie Kills 1 Teen, Injures 6

Authorities in northwestern Pennsylvania say one teenager was killed and six other people wounded in what police described as a "shootout" on an Erie street. >>

Minor Political Parties Win in PA Lawsuit

A federal court is throwing out provisions in Pennsylvania law that minor political parties say make it unconstitutionally difficult for their candidates to get onto ballots. >>

DC BUREAU: PA Senator Casey Wants To Close WIC Gap

PA Senator Bob Casey wants to close a gap in the WIC program that can leave thousands of kids without help. >>

Changes To Turkey Hunting Season

New York regulators have shortened the fall turkey hunting seasons because of a declining turkey population across the state. >>

NY Escapees Didnít Agree On Escape Plan

State police say two killers on the run from a New York prison for three weeks disagreed over whether to hole up in hunting cabin. >>

No Happy Meal For Franchise Owners on Fast-Food Wage Hike

The plan to phase in a $15 minimum wage for New York's fast-food workers has franchise owners weighing legal challenges and asking why they have been singled out. >>

Board To Recommend Higher Min. Wage For NY Fast Food Workers

The NY State Wage Board is expected to recommend a higher minimum wage for workers in the fast food industry. >>

NY Attorney General Sues National Children's Leukemia Foundation

NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has sued the National Children's Leukemia Foundation, in an effort to shut it down. >>

Endless Mountain Music Festivalís 10th Summer Season

This is the festival's 10th summer season. Check out the full schedule to find a concert near you. >>

NEW DETAILS: Key Ways Sweat & Matt Eluded Police

Pair bushwhacked, tramped through swamps and put pepper in their boots >>

Avian Flu to Blame for Rising Egg Costs

Sen. Charles Schumer says avian flu is to blame for the rising cost of eggs >>

NY State Labor Board Endorses $15 Minimum Wage Hike

Fast-food workers in New York state may soon be making $15 an hour. >>

BREAKING: Sen. Libous Convicted of Lying to FBI

Under state law, the felony conviction means Sen. Thomas Libous loses his seat. >>

Congressman Reed on "RAMI" Act

The nations first high tech manufacturing hub is soon coming to our backyard. That's the announcement Congressman Tom Reed made today on Capitol Hill. >>

Wolf: Bad Budgeting Cost PA $170 Million

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is warning that bad state budgeting is costing taxpayers about $170 million a year. This comes as State House members return to Harrisburg to resume budget talks. >>

Skelos Faces New Corruption Charges

The former leader of the New York Senate and his son face new charges in a federal corruption case brought against them in New York. >>

$17 Million in Grants to Improve NY Rail & Port Facilities

State transportation officials say $17 million in grants is available for improving rail and port facilities across New York. >>

Heastie Tours Upstate NY to Meet with Leaders

The new speaker of the New York state Assembly is heading Upstate to meet with leaders and residents. Trips to Ithaca, Binghamton and Rochester planned for later this summer. >>

Local Property Tax Caps in NY could Drop Below 1%

New York's state comptroller says the local property tax cap will drop below 1 percent for more than 1,800 jurisdictions whose fiscal year starts Jan. 1. >>

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