State Lawmakers Still Have Questions After Hearing From Norfolk Southern CEO
State lawmakers still have questions after Norfolk Southern CEO Alan Shaw testified in front of a State Senate Committee. On Monday, Shaw was in the hot seat as senators questioned him for the first time.
Trump's Potential Indictment Could Have Huge Political, National Implications
WASHINGTON, D.C. - We are waiting to see if former President Donald Trump will be criminally indicted over alleged hush-money payments made on his behalf during the 2016 presidential campaign. If a Manhattan grand jury indicts the former president, it wou
Pa Democrats Continue Push for OSHA Protections in Public Sector
Today, Democratic lawmakers in the PA House and Senate held a joint hearing to discuss OSHA protections for public sector workers in the commonwealth. Currently, OSHA protections only apply to the private sector
Military Researchers Doubt Russia-Ukraine Peace Deal will Happen During President Xi's Visit to Moscow
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Chinese President Xi Jinping is visiting Moscow for the first time since Russian troops invaded Ukraine. While the visit is seen as a boost for Russian President Vladimir Putin, some hope a peace deal can be brokered during this visit.
Police in Chemung County recover stolen guns, some remain missing
A 40-year-old Van Etten man was arrested on burglary charges after allegedly stealing a large number of guns, coins and other valuables from a home in Veteran earlier this month. Most of the guns were recovered.
NY one-house budget resolutions to include Gov. Hochul's cigarette tax increase
This week in their one-house budget resolutions, New York legislators did not fully advance the governor's proposal to expand the state's ban on the sale of flavored vaping products and tobacco to include menthol.
NY one-house budget resolutions repeal Medicaid carve out
Gov. Kathy Hochul's budget plan proposes a transition from Medicaid managed care plans to NYRx, a fee-for-service Medicaid program. But this week lawmakers repealed this transition in their one-house budget resolutions.
Pa Lawmakers Hold Hearing to Discuss Lingering Impacts of Train Derailment
This week, House lawmakers held a hearing in Beaver County on the East Palestine train derailment. It's been over 40 days since the Norfolk Southern train transporting hazardous materials derailed in East Palestine, but concerns still linger for many.
Today, Republican lawmakers in the PA House shared additional thoughts on Governor Josh Shapiro’s first budget proposal. They agree with several proposals, however, they have concerns with where the proposed budget will leave PA a few years down the road
Tompkins County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a suspicious death in the town of Lansing.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - As the war in Ukraine continues, there’s a growing fear that other global powers like China could get involved. Military researchers said China's enhanced involvement could potentially lead to a new Cold War. First responders and
Monday, mental health advocates traveled to Albany to plead for an 8.5 percent increase to the cost-of-living adjustment in the state budget to bolster the mental health workforce.
FREEVILLE, N.Y. (WENY) -- A small-town kid who brought home the gold. That’s one way to describe Tompkins County musician Lonnie Park after he became a three-time Grammy Award winner last month. “I'm super grateful,” he said. “It&r
Gov. Kathy Hochul's budget recently reached the 30 day mark--her time to make amendments. One of her budget amendments includes an exemption for farms using fossil fuel equipment.
Advocates are calling on lawmakers to fund continuum of care for brain injury survivors. Some advocates said survivors need this funding to expand information and resources.