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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A New York official says a public utility that's supposed to provide low-cost electricity for residents is spending money on planes, pilots and six-figure salaries. New Yorkers pay some of the highest electric rates in...
New Yorkers have a chance to vote this November on whether there should be more gambling in the state. Those who treat people with gambling addictions say it will likely result in more problem gamblers. The New York Council on Problem Gambling is a...
The two large-scale artworks can be seen on a parking garage next to the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. Artist James J. Cooper collaborated with two other artists on one, but was sole creator of a mural of the human body on High Street. Cooper says...
Binghamton-area Congressman Richard Hanna joined a Democratic colleague on Wednesday to call for upgrades to ports like the one in Oswego. They are asking the Obama Administration to use money from the $8 billion harbor maintenance fund. The...
Test scores for third through eighth graders were released Wednesday, and they show a dramatic drop in the number of New York students who received passing grades. Less than one third of students in the third through eighth grade, around 31%, ...
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — A firearms manufacturer says it's moving its corporate offices out of New York partly because of the state's strict new gun control law. Kahr Firearms Group of Pearl River is the first gunmaker in the state to...