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Cuomo Greets First State Police Graduating Class Since 2009

Governor Andrew Cuomo addressed 133 new members of the State Police at the 198th Session graduation ceremony from the Basic School of the New York State Police Academy on Tuesday.

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Astrid Stevens, Getty Images

Schumer Claims One Baby Per Hour is Born Addicted to Prescription Drugs

U.S. Senator Charles Schumer revealed on Monday an alarming number that one baby per hour is now being born addicted to prescription drugs or other opiates.

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New York is Least ‘Tax-friendly’ State

The Washington D.C.-based tax foundation made some waves earlier last week when it handed New York State a last place spot in its national rankings of the tax-friendly or unfriendly states.

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NY GOP Chair: Biden Could Host Late-Night Talk Show

New York Republican State Committee chairman Edward Cox is offering future employment advice to Vice President Joe Biden.

Speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Friday, Cox suggested Biden might want to consider a TV job.

Cox said Bid

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dpape, Flickr

Syracuse Univeristy Great Don McPherson to Speak at SUNY Oneonta

Syracuse All-American, Don McPherson, will be speaking to student leaders on the SUNY Oneonta campus today at various events.

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New York Faces Tight Budget Again in 2013

State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli warns New York is headed toward another difficult budget year, according to published report.

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Nigel_Brown, Flickr

New Law Allows Farms to Sell Liquor

A new law signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo last week, will allow licensed farm distilleries to sell liquor at the state fair, county fairs and not-for-profit farmers’ markets.

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Officials Advise to Slow Down During Peak Dear Crossing Season

Its car-deer collision season and authorities are asking motorists to slow down to reduce damage.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Orzel Likens NYS Education Funding System to the “Titanic”

Democratic state senate candidate John Orzel is painting a grim picture of the financial situation facing New York's school districts.

Orzel, a Whitney Point resident, is challenging Republican Senator Thomas Libous

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Photo provided by the Clymer School District website.
Photo provided by the Clymer School District website.

Autopsy Reveals Former S-E Principal Keith Reed Died from Multiple Gunshot Wounds

Residents in the Sherburne community are still in shock after hearing about the death of former Sherburne-Earlville principal Keith Reed, Jr.

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