During National Drive Electric Week, Gov. Kathy Hochul takes regulatory steps to transition New York to electric vehicles.
Thursday, New York State Department of Health Commissioner Dr. Mary T. Bassett declared polio-virus an 'imminent threat to public health' in the state.
Wednesday, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced the state will be investing $50 million in funding for public safety.
Sophie was bred every six months from the time she was six months old, while living in dirty and unsanitary conditions.
In August, the Department of Labor uncovered more than $11 million in unemployment insurance fraud, where individuals were earning wages while collecting state funded benefits.
In 2016, Assemblywoman Crystal Peoples-Stokes introduced a plan to construct the country's first monument to honor African American veterans. And on Sunday afternoon, the unveiling arrived.
Thursday, Gov. Kathy Hochul joined President Joe Biden for a White House briefing on Hurricane Fiona where Biden promised federal funding to fully cover the costs related to the aftermath of the storm.
ALBANY, NY (WENY)-- As the state's legislative session approaches, New York lawmakers have renewed their call to repeal the Humane Alternatives to Solidarity Confinement Act, otherwise known as the HALT Act.
Wednesday morning, Assemblywoman Anna Kelles and advocates called for Gov. Kathy Hochul to sign the crypto-currency moratorium bill that was passed back in June.
ALBANY, NY (WENY)-- Tuesday, marks National Voter Registration Day. Steuben County Board of Elections said that it's important for voters to register but even more so for them to get out there and cast their ballot.
Next Tuesday the Farm Wage Board will make a recommendation to reduce the overtime threshold from 60 hours to 40 hours. And local members of the farming community worry about what this could mean for them.
In early June Gov. Kathy Hochul signed a comprehensive legislative package to strengthen New York's gun laws and close critical loopholes exposed in tragic shootings.
At an unprecedented time when concern for school safety is at an all-time high, today the New York State United Teachers Task Force, Safe Schools for All, released a report with recommendations for educators, policymakers, and school districts.
From the 19th to the 20th century, Elmira was the fire engine capital of the world. Today, its historical innovation is kept alive at the New York State Museum by a team of curators.
New York's congressional and state Senate primary day has arrived after a legal battle over the state's newly redrawn district maps.