The National for Center on Homelessness at American Institutes of Research ranked homelessness across the United States in a new report.
The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) is holding a public meeting on a project to rehabilitate the U.S. Route 11 bridge over the Chateaugay River.
Pope Francis is coming to America next September.
The ever-popular Whiteface Mountain is ready for you to test the slopes.
WALMART announced last week the company will spread Black Friday deals over the span of five days.
Imagine being able to see 23 countries in just one weekend in Plattsburgh.
A messy mix of rain and snow will arrive just in time for the commute on Monday.
There's no end in sight to our colder than average weather.
Residents in Moriah and parts of Mineville are being asked to boiling their water.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that Whiteface and Gore Mountains will open Sunday.
According to the Clinton County District Attorney's Office, 11 people were arrested on charges for defrauding state and local governments more than $170,000.
Open enrollment for Obamacare kicks off Saturday.
According to College Board, for the last two years, the cost of public college tuition has posted the smallest increases since the 1970s.
November 15 marks the first day of rifle season for deer hunting in Vermont.
Like most people, Lisa Green uses electricity to power her life.
New York State Department of Health announces new features of the 2015 New York State of Health Marketplace.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducted their annual Youth Smoking Survey.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced $3 million in promotional funding to profile New York's beverage producers.
There could soon be new protections for prepaid debit cards.
Surface water sources must now be filtered due to new EPA regulations.
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) released a plan sent by Trinity Industries to retest ET-Plus guardrails.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced $206 million in awards for new large-scale renewable energy projects.
New York State Police say they found 280 bags of heroin during a traffic stop in Plattsburgh.
It's official, Randy Jackson is leaving American Idol.
The four hospital affiliation known as the Fletcher Allen Partners is changing its name to The University of Vermont Health Network.
GlobalFoundries could soon be the largest private employer in Vermont.
Americans across the board are saving more, but there is one generation that is not saving enough.
In attendance were veterans from all wars; from World War II to Iraq. But those from Vietnam, still have memories that sting.
The Annual Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign to kick off on Thursday at the Champlain Centre Mall.
Price Chopper announced Tuesday that they are changing their name to Market 32.
A doctor in New York who was diagnosed with Ebola last month has been released from Bellevue Hospital.
McDonald's is recalling a potentially dangerous Happy Meal toy.
Veterans Day deals.
It's believed to have sparked in the basement. Fire Chief Chris Bulriss thinks the cause is related to the furnace but it is still under investigation.
Single use laundry packs are convenient but they pose a serious hazard to young children.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a new online hiring resource for veterans.
The United States Postal Service announced that there was a security breach into some of their information systems on Monday.
President Obama released a statement and video Monday, in which he states that the Internet - and mobile broadband - should be reclassified as a public utility under Title II of the Telecommunications Act.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday that $500 million was saved through unemployment insurance fraud prevention measures
Americans who want to enroll in health insurance through the Obamacare website can now get an early preview of 2015 premiums.
Crews are at the scene of a fire in Mooers, New York.
The event raises awareness and funds for Special Olympics New York athletes.
The fair hosted more than 100 artisans from our area.
We're in for quite a temperature swing over the next several days.
New York State Police arrested five people they say were selling drugs.
According to a U.S. Official, Loretta Lynch is expected to be named as President Barack Obama's pick to succeed Eric Holder as attorney general.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced new virtual tours at state parks and campgrounds.
Honda has expanded a recall of its vehicles made from 2001 to 2006 because the airbags could explode.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) ranked booster seats for its annual report.
A new survey shows that dozing drivers are a bigger problem than once thought.