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DENVER (AP) — More spills are emerging from a Colorado oil patch ravaged by flooding as soggy conditions continue to hamper attempts to inspect the damage. Three new spills were reported Tuesday: 5,100 gallons of oil from a Noble Energy...
Governor Cuomo’s Moreland Act Commission on public corruption is holding it’s second in a series of public hearings Tuesday evening. It comes amid heightened tensions between the governor and the legislature over the disclosure of...
Susie Kalil, an authority on artist Alexandre Hogue, and Rockwell Museum Marketing Director Beth Manwaring speak with WSKG's Bill Snyder.  The exhibit will be the largest ever of Hogue's works. More information here.
Paul Scheele of the Oneonta Concert Association talks to WSKG's Bill Snyder about the new season starting this weekend with the Koresh Dance Company.  More information here.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York's attorney general is trying to dismantle what he calls a system of creating false online review for products and services. On Monday, Eric Schneiderman settled cases with 19 companies that included $350,000 in...
In the spring, Millennium Pipeline Company began preliminary work on a proposal to build a 60-mile natural gas line that will connect an east-west line near Binghamton to another existing line just south of Syracuse. Joe Heath is an environmental...