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NY releases half of 2014 statewide test questions NEW YORK (AP) — New York education officials have released half of the state's 2014 standardized math and English test questions. The material released Wednesday includes questions from...
This fall, every seat in the New York legislature will be on the ballot. Here in the 52nd Senate District – which includes Broome, Tioga, Chenango and parts of Delaware counties – two people are trying to unseat Republican incumbent...
Governor Cuomo is using money from his $35 million campaign war chest to pay for a criminal defense lawyer in a federal probe of his office. Critics say while it’s legal to do so, it’s not an appropriate use of campaign money. Cuomo...
For the first time in several years, New York has a surplus of $3 billion to $4 billion. Governor Cuomo says he’s still looking at options on how best to use it. The state has recently been the beneficiary of a windfall from major lawsuit...
Pennsylvania-based PPL Electric Utilities is looking to build a new multi-billion dollar transmission line that would extend into New York and other neighboring states. The proposed high-voltage power line still a decade away, but PPL has started...
General killed in Afghanistan was 1980 RPI grad ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The U.S. military has identified the officer killed during an insider attack in Afghanistan as Maj. Gen. Harold Greene, who was born in upstate New York and graduated in 1980 from...