Charges Dropped Over CBD Shop's Shipment Of 106 Pounds Of Hemp, Not MarijuanaProsecutors have dropped charges against a man accused of picking up 106 pounds of marijuana that was actually hemp bound for a CBD shop in Brooklyn.
Javits Center Expansion Expected To Be Done By Spring 2021Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday the $1.5 billion project is on time and on budget.
Amazon Planning To Build New Office At Hudson Yards Without Controversial Tax BreaksThe announcement comes after a tumultuous fight earlier in the year which saw the online giant pull out of a plan to build its new HQ2 headquarters in Long Island City.
Gov. Cuomo Cracks Down On Robocalls, Signs 'Nuisance Call Act' Into LawSome needed relief is on the way for those dealing with constant and annoying robocalls. Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently signed a law that closes a loophole in the "Do Not Call Registry."
New York Proposal Seeks Body Cameras For State PoliceA nationwide Associated Press survey found that New York State Police are the largest primary state law enforcement agency not equipped with cameras.
Demanding Answers: Gov. Cuomo Sends Subtle Warning To Con Ed Over Its Gas MoratoriumFresh off his success in forcing National Grid to provide natural gas to thousands of customers, Gov. Andrew Cuomo sets his sights on a new target -- Con Edison.
National Grid Gas: Independent Monitor To Oversee Return Of Service For 3,700 CustomersIn addition to paying $36 million in penalties, the PSC will also establish an independent monitor for compliance as the utility resumes service hook-ups to thousands of businesses and homeowners.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: Utility Agrees To Resume Service Hookup For AllGov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday an agreement with National Grid to immediately lift the current moratorium on gas service in Long Island, Queens and Brooklyn.
Police Say Times Square Threat On Social Media Is Non-Credible, Investigation OngoingThere is an increased police presence in Times Square.
After Cuomo's Threat, National Grid Faces Deadline This Week To Provide Gas Or Have License RevokedCuomo took the unprecedented step to break National Grid's monopoly with a Nov. 13 letter -- giving the company 14 days to respond to the natural gas crisis
Second New Yorker Dies Of Vaping-Related IllnessThe victim was identified as a Manhattan man in his 30s. A 17-year-old boy from the Bronx died of a similar condition last month.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: Brooklyn Family Faces Thanksgiving Without Heat As Utility Still Refuses To Connect GasThe utility has until next week to come up with a plan to get more natural gas supplies or lose their monopoly.
Adoptees Receive Right To Birth Certificate Under New NY LawDemocratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the law Thursday. The law is set to take effect Jan. 15.
New York Raises Age To Purchase Tobacco Products From 18 To 21Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a law to raise the smoking age from 18 to 21 back in July.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: Cuomo Moves To Revoke Utility's License To Operate DownstateGov. Andrew Cuomo is turning up the heat on National Grid.