Cause Of Tappan Zee Bridge Crane Collapse Under InvestigationSix of seven lanes on the bridge are open, but transportation officials are still advising drivers to plan for extra delays Wednesday.
Construction Crane Collapses Onto Tappan Zee Bridge; One Lane Seriously DamagedGov. Andrew Cuomo said it was miraculous that a catastrophe was averted when a giant construction crane collapsed Tuesday onto the Tappan Zee Bridge.
Cuomo Unveils New Designs For NYC Subway Stations, Train CarsThe governor said Monday that the upgrades at the Metropolitan Transit Authority represent the greatest mass transit investment in city history.
Cuomo Enacts New Rules To Step Up Child Care SafetyGovernor Andrew Cuomo is vowing to make day care facilities safer for children.
MTA Accelerates Rollout Of Metro-North, LIRR Mobile Ticketing AppThe MTA is accelerating the rollout of its mobile ticketing app -- eTix -- at the request of Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Brooklyn DA: 3 Men Indicted For Murder In Shooting Of Former Cuomo Aide Carey GabayCarey Gabay was walking with his brother when he was gunned down in the street during festivities leading up to the West Indian Day Parade on Sept. 7, 2015.
Billy Joel Joins Gov. Cuomo On Breast Cancer Awareness Motorcycle RideNew York's governor will ride alongside music icon Billy Joel in a statewide motorcycle ride to raise awareness about breast cancer before signing legislation that expands access to screenings for the disease.
Cuomo: Monument To Be Built In NYC For Victims Of Orlando MassacreThe governor made the announcement Sunday morning ahead of the city's gay pride parade.
Gov. Cuomo Signs Bill To Combat 'Zombie Properties'New York is imposing new requirements on mortgage lenders to maintain abandoned houses before foreclosure.
Gov. Cuomo Speaks On Suffolk County Police Corruption ProbeGov. Andrew Cuomo is offering his first comments on the investigation into possible corruption within Suffolk County's law enforcement.
Cuomo, Lawmakers Agree To 1-Year Extension Of Mayoral Control Over NYC SchoolsMayor Bill de Blasio wanted a seven-year continuation of the policy, first enacted in 2002.
Albany OKs Early Sunday Alcohol Sales, Plan To Fight HeroinThe Senate and Assembly wrapped up their work after passing scores of bills and coming to a final agreement on a one-year extension of the policy giving Mayor Bill de Blasio control over New York City schools.

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