The Assembly has started a nationwide search for an attorney with experience in legislative ethics.
Tourists paying for tourism: Franklin County lawmakers are hoping a hotel tax will pass the New York Senate and help boost tourism.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo introduced the Parental Choice in Education Act on Tuesday.
The North Country Regional Blood Donor Program will honor a Plattsburgh man for his 100th donation of platelets.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that his partner, Sandra Lee, was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Grand opening is planned for June 6th with a soft opening on Friday, May 15.
The NFL suspended Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady for the first four games on Monday for his role in a scheme to deflate footballs used in the AFC title game.
Dean Skelos has stepped down Monday.
New York's Attorney General wants more people to have access to free contraception.
The upcoming season of American Idol will be the show’s last.
Children and teens recovering from a concussion may have difficulty with school work until they fully recover.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the establishment of a multi-agency task force to tackle abuse in the nail salon industry.
The New York State Department of Health (DOH) is urging New Yorkers to take precautions against rabies exposure.
You don't have to go far beyond Twitter or YouTube to see how ISIS is winning recruits here at home, and how the State Department is fighting back.
New York Senator Chuck Schumer is showing support for Amtrak.
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It has been almost a decade since Plattsburgh pediatrician Heidi Moore had the dream of building a treehouse for her late son, Max.
After eight years, the SUNY Plattsburgh Army ROTC Program is coming to a close, but it doesn't mean students at the university still can't participate.
Hours after the FBI Director James Comey said there were possibly thousands of ISIS followers online in the U.S., the security level was raised at U.S. military bases.
North Country man accused of kidnapping two Amish girls from a vegetable stand outside their family’s farm in St. Lawrence County pleaded guilty to federal charges on Friday.
Dual-career couples may think a baby boosts their workload equally but that may not be the case, according to a study by Ohio State University.
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Recommendations from the Labor Commissioner-appointed Wage Board are expected by July.
A huge legal defeat for the National Security Agency (NSA).
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the state will provide law enforcement agencies with devices to track children with autism and other disorders to assist in missing child searches.
New York State Police arrested a man they say intentionally damaged a vehicle in the parking lot of the Dollar General in Peru on Sunday.
A survey released ahead of mom's big day says Americans are likely to spend more on the mothers in their lives than ever before.
Urgent Care facilities are popping up throughout Vermont, New York and New Hampshire, but each state regulates them in a different way. Health matters to patients seeking accountability in this special report.
Police handing out coffee coupons to pedestrians who cross the street safely.
ISIS says it's here in America.
Comcast says it will now pay you $20 if your cable guy is late.
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation (State Parks) announced boaters and personal watercraft operators can now obtain a boating safety certificate online.
A report on the footballs used in the AFC Championship Game in January between the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts was released Wednesday.
The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports the booster shot of the whooping cough vaccine given to preteens loses a large measure of its effectiveness within a few years.
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A 90-Year-Old New York woman, claiming she was taken advantage of when she went to get an oil change and left with a new car, got her old car back.
Pretty soon, you will be able to fly from New York City to Havana, Cuba.
Oil prices are rising again.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will soon require climate change plans for states seeking disaster relief.
The New York Senate Transportation Committee approved legislation that would require registered owners be notified of any manufacturer recall notices when their motor vehicles are inspected.
New York State Police arrested a 17-year-old girl after they say she crashed her car while drunk.
Beards are big in size, and in popularity. A new report found some men's facial hair are also as dirty as a toilet.
Panera Bread is pledging to remove all artificial additives and preservatives from its food by the end of next year.
With four new exhibits, a 60 foot cruise boat and new gardens, Fort Ticonderoga is busy preparing for the 2015 season.
U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) wants New York's railways safer and faster.
One of the most powerful men in Albany has been arrested.
The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) compiled a list of bike passing laws around the United States.
The National Retail Federation (NRF) survey finds people expected to spend $21.2 billion on mom this year.
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