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The list of arrests includes a handful of New Yorkers and mostly contains drug offenses.
The chase happened on Tuesday afternoon, and ended in the Town of Cortlandville.
Discussions continued Tuesday for possible regulations to limit use of drones in certain areas; lawmakers using Rockland County regulations as guide
Treasury Department officials are holding public meetings around country to determine which woman will be chosen for $10 bill
The study by WalletHub puts New York second out of all 50 states for women's equality, looking at pay gaps and political representation.
Cal Harris has been tried three times for 2001 disappearance of estranged wife; two previous convictions were thrown out; third jury couldn't reach verdict
As future of coal plant in Lansing remains uncertain, NRG Energy announced plans Tuesday to mothball one plant, put repowering plans on hold in Dunkirk
New Cornell President sat down with WHCU's Greg Fry for one-on-one interview Tuesday afternoon
State officials agree that financial sanctions aren't the right way to stop opt-out numbers from growing.
The hazmat teams will be getting new breathing devices to replace outdated models.
A similar discounts program launched last September.
Filing posted Monday on state Public Service Commission website details reasons why operators believe Cayuga plant should remain open
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says $15 minimum wage would allow men, women to "actually make a living"
Hearing will include closer look at impact of poverty on families, kids; census data shows 22% of New Yorkers under age of 18 live in poverty
Accident happened around 6 p.m. Monday; reports are that bus collided with wall while making turn inside of parking lot on Ithaca College campus
There was an embargo on traveling to the country from the U.S.A. since 1960.
The 28-year-old's name has not been released.
The suit alleges the pizza chain violates New York labor laws.
New York State Park campgrounds reserved more than 562,000 overnight stays through last Monday.
The Cayuga Power Plant has been called nonviable by lawmakers and analysts.