Report: New York State Considers Ban On Flavored E-CigarettesFlavored e-cigarettes, popular among teens, may soon be pulled from stores in New York State.
New Poll: Cuomo Holds Big Lead Over Cynthia Nixon In Gubernatorial RaceA new poll shows New York’s Gov. Cuomo holding a massive 41-point lead over Cynthia Nixon with just days to go before the Democratic primary.
New York Lawmakers Looking To Ban 'Pet Leasing'Pet leasing, or the practice of paying off a dog or cat as you would a car, could soon be illegal in the state of New York.
Cuomo, Nixon Square Off In Long-Awaited Democratic Primary DebateGovernor Andrew Cuomo and challenger Cynthia Nixon each made their case to New York's Democratic voters Wednesday night.
Gov. Cuomo, Nixon Gear Up For Primary Debate On CBS2You can catch the debate at 7pm on CBS2 and at CBSNewYork.com. We'll also be simulcasting in Spanish on WLNY-TV 10-55.
Craft Alcohol Industry On The Rise In New York StateStatistics released this week by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office show the state is now home to 715 businesses that make beer, wine, cider or spirits using New York-grown agricultural products.
New York Voters Reject Ballot Measure Calling For Constitutional ConventionThree major propositions were on the ballot in New York State Tuesday, with one at the center of a heated political battle.
New Yorkers Demand Restitution For Property Damaged During Statewide FaceliftFrom updated roads to new bridges, New York is in the middle of a $100-billion facelift.
Watch Dramatic Video Of Houston Baby Being Rescued By New York's Air National GuardOne situation that has left its mark on the Air Wing was the rescue of a family, including a one-month-old baby, off of a rooftop.
Debate Rages Over New York's Free Public College Plan For Middle Class StudentsSome in New York are rejoicing Monday, as students from families who earn less than $125,000 a year are now eligible for free public college tuition.
Gov. Cuomo Announces NY State Budget Deal One Week After DeadlineRepublican Senate Leader John Flanagan hasn't announced when he will call the Senate back to vote on the budget. The full Legislature is expected back in late April.
NY's Mohawks Become First Tribe To Take Down A Federal DamThe removal of the 11-foot-high Hogansburg Dam this fall is the latest in the tribe's decades-long struggle to restore territory defiled by industrial pollution, beginning in the 1980s with PCBs and heavy metals from nearby General Motors, Alcoa and Reynolds Metal plants, a cleanup under federal oversight that's nearly complete.