- New York Gov. Cuomo's office ends email auto delete policy Updated: May-22-15 4:29 pm
ALBANY, New York - Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration on Friday ended its practice of automatically deleting emails after 90 days following criticism that it was an affront to open government.
- New report on Attica prison riot reveals inmates were beaten Updated: May-21-15 7:19 pm
ALBANY, New York - More than 40 years after the nation's bloodiest prison rebellion, newly released documents contain accounts, some never before seen publicly, from National Guardsmen and a doctor who said they saw injured inmates beaten with clubs and others with wounds indicating they were tortured as state police and guards retook control of Attica.
- NY elected officials disclose financial holdings from 2014 Updated: May-15-15 6:29 pm
ALBANY, New York - New York's elected statewide officials, including the attorney general, comptroller and lieutenant governor, have reported financial holdings from 2014.
- Slain police officers honored at NY memorial Updated: May-05-15 7:13 pm
ALBANY, New York - The names of eight officers who died last year from line-of-duty injuries have been added to the New York Police Memorial, along with 14 who died from illnesses related to recovery work at the World Trade Center destroyed by terrorists in 2001.
- No date set for NY Gov. Cuomo's meeting on email policies Updated: Apr-30-15 6:33 pm
ALBANY, New York - Six weeks ago, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo defused criticism of his administration's practice of purging emails by calling for a meeting with top state officials to craft a new policy.
- NYC lawyer sentenced to prison for $2M theft from cemetery Updated: Apr-28-15 11:26 pm
NEW YORK - A lawyer who stole nearly $2 million from a New York City cemetery has been sentenced to 52 months to 13 years in prison. But he's facing new charges of stealing from a client after his arrest.
- NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo signals he wants a 3rd term Updated: Apr-27-15 12:43 pm
ALBANY, New York - Andrew Cuomo says he wants to serve as New York's governor for "as long as the people will have me."
- Storied NYC college awaits results of attorney general probe Updated: Apr-26-15 1:28 pm
NEW YORK - First came a hotly-debated decision by Cooper Union to start charging its students after being tuition-free for generations.