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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - A new poll shows more New Yorkers support "hydrofracking" than oppose it, with support more common in downstate regions. A Siena College poll of registered voters found 42 percent support fracking, which involves...
Governor Cuomo, who has maintained that he has stayed out of the Senate leadership fight, is now endorsing a newly formed coalition of Senate Republicans and five Democrats, but with some conditions. Governor Cuomo made his first public comments...
Producer Jane Nichols speaks with WSKG's Bill Snyder about this year's production of "A Christmas Story". More information here.
The Department of Environmental Conservation appears to be nearing the end of its four-year hydrofracking review. If the DEC gives an ok to the controversial drilling technique, final regulations are expected in early 2013. The DEC recently released...
A new poll finds that, in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, more than two thirds of New Yorkers say they now believe in climate change. they also give Governor Cuomo good grades for his handling of the storm's aftermath. The poll, by Siena...
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - A program that helps nonprofit organizations get legal help is being expanded in New York. The program called "Charity Corps" is a collaboration between the state Bar Association and Attorney General's office. It...