Cuomo Touts $18.5M To Combat Gang Recruitment On Long IslandThe Salvadoran MS-13 street gang has been blamed for 25 killings on Long Island in the past two years.
New York State Taking Another Look Into Legalizing MarijuanaWith Massachusetts legalizing marijuana and New Jersey considering it, Gov. Andrew Cuomo may have a change of heart in order to avoid losing revenue to neighboring states.
Cuomo, De Blasio Continue To Feud Over Fixing Public Housing, Subway SystemGov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio are at it again. As the governor takes a high-profile victory lap for securing funds to fix public housing and the city subway system, the mayor launches an attack to rain on Cuomo’s parade.
GOP Contender Molinaro Begins Statewide Campaign TourRepublican candidate for governor Marc Molinaro is making his first campaign stops in western New York and New York City.
Cuomo Hands Control Of NYCHA Repairs Over To Outside MonitorUnder the governor’s plan, an independent monitor will be appointed to hire an outside contractor to fix things. He’s also giving $550 million in state funds toward repairs.
GOP Hopeful Molinaro Formally Kicks Off Campaign For NY GovernorDutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro plans to launch his campaign late Monday morning at the village hall in his hometown of Tivoli.
Cuomo, Lawmakers Reach $168.3 Billion State Budget DealThe deal includes surcharges on Uber and taxi rides in Manhattan, a tax on opioid makers and a new sexual harassment policy crafted following the launch of the #MeToo movement.
Cynthia Nixon Calls NYCHA Conditions ‘Devastating’The “Sex and the City” star and gubernatorial candidate visited the Albany Houses, where tenants complained about leaking ceilings and rodents.
Cuomo Says Congestion Pricing Will Start Small, Target For-Hire VehiclesDrivers and people coming in from the outer boroughs are getting a reprieve. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says they will not have to pay an extra fee to enter parts of Manhattan.
'Enough Is Enough:' Cuomo-De Blasio Feud Over Public Housing Fix EscalatesThe governor toured the Forest Houses in the Bronx on Thursday, not 24 hours after the mayor scoffed at his NYCHA visit, calling it “a political opportunistic act.”
Drivers Report Dangerous Conditions As Nor'easter Continues To Pummel Westchester CountyAs the snow falls in Westchester County, residents say it’s the wind they’re worried about. Many fear it might topple more trees, causing another round of power outages.
Cuomo Says Utility Companies Better Shape Up This Storm, Or ElseFor this storm, there will be approximately 6,100 line, tree and service workers in the state – 3,050 in New York City and the Hudson Valley.