It's Clinton County's largest capital project ever. County legislatures voted on construction contracts for the project.
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services' upgraded New York's credit rating to AA+ from AA-.
Researchers say exercise can literally change how you see the world.
A man was injured in a motorcycle crash on Monday in Plattsburgh.
The FAA has continued the order prohibiting U.S. flights to Tel Aviv.
A man was struck by lightning while camping in Coles Creek State Park Wednesday.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation cracking down on domestic violence, stalking, and public lewdness.
Two federal appeals courts rule on a key component of the Affordable Care Act on the same day, with very different outcomes.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation strengthening penalties for theft and mistreatment of pets.
Automaker Chrysler has recalled more than 700,000 Jeeps for an ignition switch problem.
Auction starts Wednesday at 11am in West Side Ballroom in Plattsburgh.
The Great New York State Fair tickets go on sale on Tuesday.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) prohibits U.S. flights from Tel Aviv Airport for 24 hours.
The Casey Foundation released the KIDS COUNT Data Book, a report assessing child well-being across the United States.
WalletHub ranked 600 of the largest cities across the country to see how weather affects their wallets.
The New York State Division of Military & Naval Affairs says they will be conducting an air defense drill over Northeast New York, Vermont, western Connecticut, and Massachusetts on Tuesday.
It's a tough world out there and for some people, all this upheaval can be upsetting and stressful.
New York State Police release the cause and manner of death of the 14-year-old girl who died in the Canadian tour bus crash on I-87 on Friday.
Wallethub ranked the most and least energy expensive states.
Get ready to pay a little more when you fly.
Forget stocks, millennials want their money in cold, hard cash.
Meteorologist Michael Page explains what a heat wave is in this week's Weather School.
An extensive search for a missing plane in Lake Champlain ended Sunday.
A father, and his daughter and her friend died in the plane crash on Saturday.
Last year had several days above 90, but so far, this summer hasn't been quite as toasty.
Getting rid of old papers was easy in Plattsburgh on Saturday.
These kids playing football is their passion, but with all the concern over concussions, some parents may want to hold their kids back. That's where USA Football comes in.
A man died after an incident at the Clinton County Landfill on Friday morning.
Police were called to River Road in North Elba just after 10:30 Saturday morning after receiving reports of a single engine plane crash.
After a charter bus crashed on the New York Northway, all the people on board were taken to five area hospitals.
The tour bus was supposed to be bringing 55 Canadian passengers from 3 Rivers, Quebec to New York City Friday morning.
Crews are renewing the search for a plane missing in Lake Champlain since the 1970s.
The New York State Health Department is going to start using DNA sequencing to fight foodborne disease.
Advisor Perspectives released a report that looked at how much money do you need to make in your state before more money doesn't really make you all that happier.
President Barack Obama is calling for an immediate cease-fire in Ukraine to allow access to the wreckage of Malaysian Airlines flight 17.
Those ads for Internet pharmacies are all over the web, but their shipping method is getting FedEx into hot water.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced $10.9 million in grants for after school programs statewide.
Summer vacation is winding down in some parts of the country and that means students are getting ready to head back to class.
The city of Plattsburgh just got a little more bike-friendly. Thursday night, the City Council approved designating a bike lane on a busy road in town.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) says he's surprised by a new report showing preventable medical errors in hospitals are the third leading cause of death in the nation.
This month many New York consumers are getting their first look at Tupper Lake and the Adirondacks. It's part of the "Get Outta Town" campaign.
New York State Police and Vermont State Police are renewing their search for a private plane that went missing in 1971.
If you're a parent of an infant, you probably can't wait to hear those first words.
Clinton County Fair runs through Sunday in Plattsburgh.
Burlington, Vt.- There are many reasons why people join the Peace Corps. “Just to really support a mission of humanitarianism," said UVM student Cassidy Cabrera. Now there is one more.
BMW group is recalling 1.6 million of its popular 3 Series vehicles based on concerns over airbag safety.
The United States Senate failed to pass bill to protect women's health care from employer interference.
Summertime means more time outdoors, and mosquitoes! We're separating fact from fiction when it comes to warding off the unwanted guests.
Apple is teaming up with IBM to sell iPhones and iPads to business customers.
We all pick our friends for different reasons - their sense of humor, shared interests, or common experiences.