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Abandoned cemeteries becoming a fiscal issue for towns

Abandoned cemeteries becoming a fiscal issue for towns

Examine what communities are facing from a financial perspective to upkeep these hallowed grounds.

A 180 on town halls in NY19 and NY22

A 180 on town halls in NY19 and NY22

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Actress Sorvino reveals she suffered date-rape

Actress Sorvino reveals she suffered date-rape

Activist calls for statute of limitations to be extended.

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A bill to strengthen the nation’s cybersecurity laws stalled in Congress this week, but the issue remains a top priority for policy makers and business leaders around the globe.

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NYS Attorney General Eric Schneiderman cracks down on drugs

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Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on I-STOP initiative & 'designer' drug crackdown.

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A recent poll conducted by Quinnipiac University shows New York residents are evenly split on the issue of hydrofracking.

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Assistant AG Richard Schwartz killed in severe storms

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Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office today announced the death of longtime Assistant AG Richard Schwartz, who was killed Thursday night in Brooklyn during the severe storm.

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Water monitors prepare for fracking in New York

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On a humid Wednesday in July, Kathy Cronin crouched in Pierce Creek in the City of Binghamton.

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Reich: Romney an ‘ironic’ choice

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There’s no question the economy will be the biggest issue for Americans as we approach the November presidential election.

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Jay continues to struggle after Tropical Storm Irene

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Tropical Storm Irene happened almost a year ago, but the remnants still remain in one Adirondack town.

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Senate Democrats encouraged by poll

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A new poll offers some hope to Senate Democrats who are trying retake the Senate after losing to Republicans two years ago, but the GOP says they are far from worried.

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Is New York really 'open for business?'

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Governor Cuomo is running ads proclaiming New York’s business friendliness, but a recent set of rankings finds the state dead last in that category. But it seems the truth lies somewhere in between.

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Pro-business group asks for Thruway Authority audit

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A business group is asking the State Thruway Authority to delay a proposed 45% increase in truck tolls and conduct an audit of the authority’s finances instead.

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