NY State Senate Candidate Arrested On Grand Larceny Charge, Police SayPolice say Republican Jon Girodes listed his Midtown apartment on Craigslist and received a deposit, but never followed through with the rental.
Long Island 'Red Light Robin Hood' Launches State Senate CampaignA Long Island man who has been waging a one-man war on red-light cameras has launched a campaign for New York State Senate – challenging the majority leader.
State Lawmakers Include Plan To Expand Boozy Sunday Brunch Times, Fight Opioid AddictionBoozy Sunday brunches, expanded screening for breast cancer and a plan to confront opioid addiction all came out on top Friday as New York state lawmakers wrapped up the 2016 session.
State Senate Leader Wants Limit On De Blasio's Control Of NYC SchoolsMayoral control over New York City schools expires at the end of the month, and talk about an extension remains a hot-button political issue.
N.Y. State Senate Advances Bill Banning Leaving Children Under 8 Alone In CarsA proposed New York state law would make it illegal to leave a child younger than 8 alone in a vehicle.
State Lawmakers Spar Over Right-To-Die ProposalTwo New York state Assembly members and other advocates of letting the terminally ill end their lives said Tuesday their proposed law would limit suffering and has safeguards to prevent mistakes and abuse.
Skelos Survives Attempted Ousting By Democrats After ArrestThe lawmakers failed in an attempt Wednesday to force a vote on removing Senate Leader Dean Skelos of Rockville Centre.
Long Island AARP Members Head To Albany To Push For Care ActThe Care Act would ensure that families receive instructions from hospital staff on how to properly care for loved ones discharged to home.