Category Archives: Northern New York

  • Federal court denies state’s motion to dismiss Seneca Thruway lawsuit

    Federal judges have again rejected New York’s motion to dismiss a Seneca lawsuit about the state’s authority to occupy the Thruway on tribal land.

  • Santos-affiliated campaign finance groups wove web of fund transfers

    There are at least seven federal committees bearing Santos’ name or initials and state records show a PAC run by his sister.

  • Returning to CNY, New York Special Olympics is calling for volunteers

    Organizers say they need 300 volunteers for a successful event

  • New York’s LGBTQ protections receive high marks

    New York is among a handful of Democratic-dominated states with strong protections for LGBTQ people.

  • Hochul’s minimum wage plan could deflate a political football

    Gov. Hochul’s proposal to link the minimum wage to the rate of inflation could stop the issue from being a political football.

  • Could this be one of the least snowy winters in Syracuse?

    Winter snowfall is running well below average.

  • In an emotional service, Syracuse community says goodbye to a girl taken too soon

    A funeral service was held Friday for Brexialee Torres-Ortiz, 11, who was a victim of gun violence.

  • How will Hochul overhaul New York’s alcohol laws?

    Gov. Hochul is hinting at big changes for New York’s alcohol laws.

  • U.K. police: Teen jailed after terrorism conviction for helping inspire Buffalo Tops shooter

    Daniel John Harris was sentenced for encouraging terrorism.

  • Upstate hospitals say Medicaid boost needed to increase staff

    Upstate hospital networks are facing a long-term staffing problem during the pandemic.