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New York is set to launch the first statewide effort in the nation using an innovative school-to-career program. More than 6,000 New York students are expected to join the program in 2014. It teaches high school students additional workplace skills...
The state will operate a hotline for New York residents who have trouble voting on Tuesday. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says his Election Day hotline with help people facing language issues, polling place barriers and other potential civil...
In labs around the U.S., researchers are creating human tissue from stem cells and replicating the functions of human organs. “All of these things, a lot of these advances we used to read about in comic books but this we never read about. When...
A proposal on Tuesday’s ballot would raise the retirement age for some New York judges from 70 to age 80. Supporters include the state’s 68 year old chief judge, while opponents say the measure is too flawed to be approved. The current...
A public hearing on proposed new state regulations for the storage of Liquid Natural Gas turned into a three-hour shouting match between supporters and opponents of the legislation. Before the hearing even got underway, opponents of the DEC’s...
Director Michael Susko speak with WSKG's Bill Snyder about The Marvelous Wonderettes running through November 24th at the Cider Mill Playhouse.  More information here.