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The partial government shutdown entered its second day today with no end in sight. An analyst at a technology think tank called ITIF says the damage to research projects will be lasting. The government shutdown is in its early stages, but according...
Governor Cuomo is appointing a new tax cutting commission that he’s charged with finding ways of slicing state revenues by $2 to $3 billion dollars next year. Cuomo turned to the man who beat his father in the 1994 governor’s race,...
FORT DRUM, N.Y. (AP) — Hundreds of non-uniformed military employees in New York face furloughs because of the federal government shutdown. While military troops continue to work, the state Division of Military and Naval Affairs is sending...
Director Shawn Yetter and actor James Osborne speak with WSKG's Bill Snyder about Ti-Ahwaga's production of the comedy Harvey. More information here.
The Rod Serling Video Festival's Larry Kassan speaks with WSKG's Bill Snyder about the Encore Screening of the 2013 Festival Broadcast to be held at the Forum's backstage area during this month's First Friday. More information here....
A new poll finds language on a ballot amendment to portray the expansion of casino gambling in positive light is working, and gaining support among potential voters. A Siena College poll finds that when New Yorkers are asked whether they support an...