Gov. David Paterson
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority officially renamed the tunnel, nearly two years after Albany gave the name change the green light.
Former Gov. David Paterson has worn many different hats and now he’s trying on a new one.
Some New York City taxis are getting technology to help visually impaired riders make sure they’re not being taken for a ride.
There is little training to teach law enforcement officers on how to handle encounters with off-duty and plainclothes officers, often leading to tragic results.
Jay Walder is resigning as chairman and chief executive officer of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority effective Oct. 21.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s firm yet vague threat to lay off thousands of state workers as part of the budget he’ll present Tuesday has employees and their families shaking.
The division’s eight inspectors and an assistant were laid-off Jan. 1. The cuts were implemented under former Gov. David Paterson. Only the division’s director is still employed.
Gov. David Paterson announced on Thursday three more pardons to individuals subject to deportation.
Gov. David Paterson defended his decision to commute the sentence of a father who killed a teenager on Friday.
Gov. David Paterson has issued pardons to 24 immigrants with prior criminal convictions, to prevent their deportation.
Gov. David Paterson commuted the prison sentence of a black man convicted for the racially charged shooting death of a white teenager on Long Island to time served on Thursday.
Gov. David Paterson has signed a law raising the value of home equity, household goods and vehicles debtors can shield against court judgments and in bankruptcy proceedings.
The New York State Commission on Public Integrity has fined Gov. David Paterson $62,125 for accepting five tickets to the first game of the 2009 World Series at Yankee Stadium.
He’ll soon be out of office, but at least one Long Island school will always remember Gov. David Paterson.
A new seven-member commission is about to set in stone pay recommendations for New York State judges, WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb reports.