Arrest Made In Killing Of Carey Gabay, Aide To Gov. Andrew CuomoOn Sept. 7 of last year, Gabay was gunned down in the street during festivities leading up to the West Indian Day Parade.
Gov. Cuomo Cracking Down On Heroin Abuse Epidemic In Staten IslandStaten Island is suffering from a heroin epidemic as over 40 people have died from the drug since January.
Cuomo Seeks To Close Campaign Finance Loophole In Fight Against CorruptionGov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday unveiled a new proposal to close a campaign finance loophole linked to Albany's culture of corruption.
Cuomo's 'Buffalo Billion' Project At Center Of Corruption ProbeGov. Andrew Cuomo’s “Buffalo Billion” project is now at the center of a corruption probe.
Brooklyn Street Officially Renamed For Slain Cuomo Aide Carey GabayA stretch of Clinton Avenue in Brooklyn was renamed Sunday for Carey Gabay, an aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo who was shot and killed last year.
Cuomo Announces New Measures To Fight HIV/AIDS EpidemicNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday announced that he is advancing legislation to help end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in New York state.
De Blasio: State Commission Subpoena Is Part Of Witch HuntMayor Bill de Blasio and a New York state ethics panel are engaged in an intense tug of war over team de Blasio’s refusal to hand over documents related to his lobbying and fundraising.
$800,000 House Loan Raises New Questions In Probe Of Longtime Cuomo AideA growing number of questions have arisen about a man with close ties to New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Cuomo Cheers On Clinton, Praises N.Y. Diversity: 'We Love That We're All Together'New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo had the crowd cheering Tuesday night as he celebrated Hillary Clinton’s primary victory – and warned that division and prejudice go against the state’s values.
Drink Up: New Yorkers Could See Change In Sunday Blue LawsNew Yorkers could soon be enjoying a boozier Sunday brunch.
Cuomo Calls For Feasibility Study For Bridge Between Long Island, NYS MainlandNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that he wants to spend $5 million on a feasibility study that will make it easier to get on and off Long Island.
One World Trade Center OKs 9/11 Charity Stair Climb For Second YearThe landlord of One World Trade Center has agreed to allow a 9/11 charity stair climb to continue at the building.

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