New York Lawmakers Consider Bill To Legalize E-Bikes, E-ScootersElectric bikes, also known as e-bikes, could soon be sharing the roads in New York if a bill gets the votes needed to pass in Albany.
'Our Legislators Lied To Us': New Push To Repeal Congestion Pricing Gains Steam As Lawmakers Reveal Dirty Tricks Used To Get Deal PassedAssemblyman David Weprin said congestion pricing was lumped into the so-called 'big ugly" revenue bill that included money for programs like education aid and fighting opioid addiction.
Divorce Company's Billboard Raises Eyebrows In AlbanyAt first glance, the billboard appears to feature a raised middle finger. But on closer look, it’s actually just a ring finger.
State Senate Democrats Deal Potential Blow To Amazon DealOpen warfare erupted in the state capital Tuesday over the controversial Amazon deal.
NXIVM Alleged Sex Cult Leader Denied Release On Bond Ahead Of TrialKeith Raniere, the alleged leader of a New York-based sex cult promoted as a self-improvement group, is accused of branding women and forcing them into unwanted sex.
Democrats Now Dominate New York State Government, But Harmony Not GuaranteedDemocrats around the state are eager to push programs that were non-starters when the Republicans controlled the Senate.
Despite Butting Heads, De Blasio Says Relationship With Cuomo Has Been ‘Consistent’Are political differences deepening the divide between city hall and Albany? The mayor doesn't think so.
State Lawmakers Look To Block Port Authority From Enforcing Trump Travel BanLawmakers from New York and New Jersey are coming together to push legislation that would prevent the Port Authority from enforcing the Trump travel ban.
Sorority Members Arrested After Forcing Pledges To Eat Mud And Garbage, Police SayA noise complaint led to the arrest of seven University of Albany students for hazing, police said.
Albany Won't Face Duke Due To North Carolina Travel Ban Over State's Transgender Bathroom LawDuke has an opening on its men's basketball schedule because of the state law that impacts LGBT people.
Thousands Of Nurses Rally For Minimum Staffing LawNearly 2,000 nurses from around New York state have traveled to the state Capitol in Albany to urge lawmakers to pass a minimum staffing law.