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Police say central New York woman was drunk at time of crash in Yates County Friday
Police say suspect ran in direction of high school, but was eventually caught near South Street in village
Plane went down just before 11 a.m. Saturday in Lake Placid
The search started on Friday and is expected to continue through the weekend.
New York State has spent $161 million on ads promoting tourism.
A new ethics ruling says four New York advocacy groups won't have to publicly disclose their financial backers because revealing the information could put those supporters at risk.
Officials say a Canadian tour bus carrying more than 50 people has rolled over in New York, killing one and injuring others.
Red Cross officials are issuing a call for blood donations, saying the need right now is urgent in our area.…
Researchers say a bacterial infection killed hundreds of fish in one of the Finger Lakes this summer.
Cornell University would be on the hook for $130,000 under the city's proposed financing system.
A man was working on his yard Thursday afternoon when he took a tumble down the gorges at Buttermilk Falls.
After 26 weeks of classwork and training, 168 new troopers have graduated from the New York State Police Academy and will report for duty around the state beginning July 24.
The family of Khalil King is suing Cornell, accusing the university of negligence in their son's death.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's re-election campaign and prominent Democrats have created a new Women's Equality ballot line for the fall election.
New York's attorney general and a top state lawmaker are proposing a measure to help continue insurance coverage for contraceptives despite recent the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that businesses with religious objections can opt out of paying for birth control in their employee health plans.
The New York Jets are set to arrive in Cortland next Wednesday to begin their 3 week training camp at SUNY Cortland.
Problems with aggressive panhandlers have been reported to police this year throughout city
David Beesmer says he was shooting video to promote new facility; called it "huge error in judgment"
Numbers from 2012 show no percentage increase in New York highway fatalities beween 2011, 2012
In April of last year, Donnell Harrison shot two men at their home in Newfield.