New York

Craig Ruttle / AP

Researchers at Stony Brook University have found that a significant number of first responders to the 9/11 World Trade Center disaster are experiencing cognitive impairment, which has long been considered a leading risk factor for Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

Geothermal Advocates Pressuring Gov. Cuomo For Tax Credits

Aug 29, 2016
Chris Caya / WBFO

Legislation to make one clean energy source more affordable in New York appears to be stuck on Governor Andrew Cuomo's desk. But advocates of geothermal heating and cooling want Cuomo to sign the bill.

Supporters point out that geothermal reduces greenhouse gases by using the earth to heat and cool buildings. They are questioning Governor Cuomo's commitment to the environment as he continues to delay approval of a package of tax credits. 

David Karp / AP

After 10 years of hiding and running from the government, Long Island businessman Jacob Alexander pled guilty to securities fraud in federal court this week. The case has spawned a new type of fear of financial crimes.

Andrew Harnik / AP

A new Siena College poll finds Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump by 30 points in the presidential race in New York. It could be good news for Democrats in the state Senate.

Yankee Fans Think A-Rod Farewell Fell Short

Aug 12, 2016
Alex Hunger / AP

Alex Rodriguez played is his last game as a New York Yankee last night, and fans at Yankee Stadium thought the team should have treated him better in letting him say goodbye.

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