Motorists who repeatedly speed through New York state toll booths without paying would see their vehicle registrations suspended under legislation being considered by state lawmakers.
The Empire State Sports Foundation filed papers in state court this month stating its intention to cease operations. The papers say the foundation owes $158,000 to creditors.
New York state is awarding more than $4 million in grants to projects designed to make the state’s transportation systems more energy efficient.
A Brooklyn woman says her mother accidentally moved a stranger’s car with a key that fit two vehicles.
In the transition from paper to computer records, state courts have expanded electronic filing of civil cases to New York City, Long Island and 10 upstate counties with free public access to most information.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is encouraging job seekers to check out the Jobs Express website, where there are thousands of job openings listed.
Longtime New York political powerhouse Basil Paterson has died. His family says Paterson died at 10 p.m. Thursday at Mount Sinai Hospital, 11 days short of his 88th birthday.
An Albany-based pharmaceutical company that’s part of a $250 million economic development project in Buffalo is shutting down its Syracuse-area research center, eliminating 45 jobs.
Fire officials and other local leaders will join together Thursday morning to kick off the fourth annual Recruit New York campaign and lay out plans for recruitment weekend.
More than 960,000 New Yorkers signed up for health insurance through the state exchange, officials said Wednesday.
Angela Wozniak is running for the 143rd District post. The seat has been empty since January, when Dennis Gabryszak stepped down amid sexual harassment allegations.
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says his office has halted more than $24 million in questionable personal income tax refunds so far this year.