Gov. Hochul To Get Update On Second Avenue Subway ExpansionHochul will be joined by MTA officials and local lawmakers for a tour of the phase 2 tunnel north of the 96th Street Q train station. 
Now That Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Is Signed, What's Coming To The Tri-State Area?The bipartisan bill required compromises, but many agree it's a giant step forward to modernize infrastructure that's been declining for decades.
Gov. Hochul Announces New York's Mass COVID Vaccination Sites Open To Children 5-11So far, more than 50,000 children in the state received at least one shot since the CDC approved Pfizer's vaccine for kids 5-11, according to the governor's office.
Activists March Through New York To Call For Passage Of Climate And Community Investment ActThe legislation would generate $15 billion a year from corporate polluters to create green jobs and invest in communities most impacted by climate change.
Gov. Hochul: 100,000 COVID Vaccines Administered In New York In 24 HoursThis comes as children ages 5-11 continue to get vaccinated across the state.
75% Of All New Yorkers Are At Least Partially Vaccinated Against COVID-19, Gov. Hochul SaysThe governor says the next goal is to cross 80%.
Women Veterans, Including Those Who Served In World Wars I And II, Honored At Central Park CeremonyThe event took place at a flagpole and grove of trees near 69th Street and Fifth Avenue. The trees were planted 97 years ago as a tribute to American women who served during World War I.
Gov. Hochul Announces $450 Million Investment In Tourism, With A Large Chunk Going To Encourage Businesses To Rehire WorkersAfter almost two years of being kept out, foreign travelers are now allowed back in the U.S., and here in New York they're being welcomed with open arms.
Hochul Picks Harlem Assemblyman Robert Rodriguez For Secretary Of StateThe 45-year-old Rodriguez, a Democrat, has served in the state Assembly since 2011, representing East Harlem, parts of Central Harlem and the Upper East Side. 
Gov. Hochul Unveils Updated Plans To Revitalize Penn StationGov. Kathy Hochul is changing her predecessor's plans for the renovation of Penn Station.
Gov. Hochul Signs Law Banning Hate Symbols On Publicly Funded Property In New YorkThe law was prompted by incidents last year on Long Island, where Confederate flags were hung on a fire truck and station.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Files Paperwork To Potentially Run For GovernorThough mum about his future plans, Mayor de Blasio has said he wants to continue with public service.
East Side Access One Step Closer For Long Islanders As MTA Unveils 350,000 Square-Foot Terminal At Grand CentralEven though the tracks and tunnels are complete, there are still some finishing touches that need to be put in place. Trains will open to the public in 2022.
Gov. Kathy Hochul Signs Legislation Cracking Down On Noise PollutionIt will increase penalties against drivers and repair shops that illegally modify mufflers and exhaust systems to make them excessively noisy. That includes cars and motorcycles.
Gov. Hochul Reacts To Possibility Of Attorney General James Running For Her Job: 'I Say Bring It On'It could soon be very interesting in the Democratic Party in New York, especially if Attorney General Letitia James makes a run for governor.