Paterson supported a bill to cap yearly hikes at 4-percent or 120-percent of inflation, whichever is lower.
Going back on a pledge not to layoff state workers before Jan. 1, Gov. David Paterson said Thursday a round of layoffs will begin before the end of 2010 to close New York’s massive budget gap.
New York Democrats were piling up on Carl Paladino on Thursday, calling the Republican candidate for governor unworthy of the office.
The moments in the 2010 program marking the times of the planes hitting and the towers falling.
A new law requires New York school districts to protect children against bullying because of their sexual orientation or weight.
The latest in a tangled series of state and federal court decisions has halted New York state’s plan to collect taxes on cigarettes sold by Native American retailers to non-Indian customers.
A special investigator said Thursday Gov. David Paterson gave misleading testimony about getting free tickets to a Yankees World Series game last fall. And he could face criminal charges.
Two rallies were being held in Lower Manhattan Sunday, and as CBS 2’s Magee Hickey reports, one is for and one is against the building of a mosque near Ground Zero.
The imam of the so-called ground zero mosque started his government sponsored tour of the Middle East on Thursday as former Mayor Rudy Giuliani became the latest to suggest a location switch.
There was an arraignment Thursday in the case that helped de-rail Gov. David Paterson’s election hopes. A former aide to the governor was arrested and fingerprinted in the Bronx.
A day after the Legislature passed one of the latest state budgets in New York history, Gov. David Paterson says he’ll still push lawmakers for his property tax cap.
New York’s Legislature may end up responsible for the latest budget in state history after all.