Health officials are warning diners at a western New York restaurant and residents of a nursing home that they may have been exposed to hepatitis A from an infected employee.
It's a snow day for New York lawmakers.
Officials say firefighters broke through ice on a New York City pond with their hands and went chest-deep into the water to try to save an 11-year-old boy who fell in, but the child later died.
Schools closed around New York as the state braced for a fast-moving storm that was expected to dump nearly a foot of snow on some areas.
Authorities say a cellphone video that shows a boy hitting another in a New York school bathroom didn't capture a crime — just two friends who got together for some "slap boxing."
An early morning fire in South Utica has put out three adults.
Some communities north of New York City have been rattled by a magnitude 2.2 earthquake.
A newspaper is reporting that a New York psychiatric hospital for inmates operated without legally required oversight while two inmate deaths, 40 assaults and 25 sex offenses triggered police responses between 2012 and 2016.
The family of a missing Remsen man is desperately trying to find him.
Keeler Show Notes for Wednesday, February 7th, 2018
New York's Marist College has revoked an honorary degree it awarded to former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly in 2001.
The Oneida County Sheriff's Office is investigating a bomb threat that was made against a Rome company.
Thoroughbred racing champion Pioneerof the Nile has a new daughter.
The New York State’s Joint Senate Task Force on Heroin & Opioid Addiction begins public meetings on heroin & Opioid Addiction.
New York's highest court will consider on Tuesday whether the New York Police Department can use a Cold War-era legal tactic to conceal information about whether it put Muslims under surveillance.