New York

Kathy Willens / AP

Nearly 170 historic religious institutions across New York State will show off their art, architecture and history this weekend.

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School budget votes and school board elections are being held across New York on Tuesday, and the New York State School Boards Association says more schools are seeking to convince voters to override the state’s tax cap.

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With his former top aide facing a federal probe for potential conflicts of interest for consulting work, Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-N.Y.) has said twice now that he did not know what the former close associate of the Cuomo family was up to. 

Trump Headlines L.I. GOP Fundraiser

May 12, 2016
Andrew Harnik / AP

What a difference a month makes. Apparent Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump was on Long Island last night at a fundraiser for the Nassau County Republican Party.

In contrast to his earlier Long Island appearances which drew large protests, there were only two protesters waving a sign along Jericho Turnpike.

Lightning Strikes Twice As L.I. Man Wins Lottery Again

May 11, 2016
Terry Sheridan / WSHU

A Long Island man has won a $1 million scratch-off prize from the New York State Lottery for the second time in four years.

Bruce Magistro of Lindenhurst was stunned as he scratched off the “$1,000-a-week-for-life” ticket and saw he had hit the jackpot.