Stormy Daniels, the porn star whom Donald Trump's attorney acknowledges paying $130,000 just before Election Day, believes she is now free to discuss an alleged sexual encounter with the man who is now president, her manager told The Associated Press.
More than 100 central New York Crossfitters were up early Saturday morning to benefit the American Heart Association ahead of next month's America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk in Utica.
New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art says its recently concluded Michelangelo exhibit is the 10th-most visited exhibition in the museum's history.
On a February afternoon in a Brooklyn classroom, 16-year-old Taylor Engler came face to face with a cow.
Barnes & Noble, the nation's largest bookseller, says it's laying off staff after a weak holiday shopping season.
These New York lotteries were drawn Thursday
Tiana Mangakahia scored 19 points, including the winning 3-pointer with 57 seconds left, and Syracuse upended No. 17 Duke 68-65 on Thursday night.
Selling downloaded entertainment and email service via tablet computers given free of charge to approximately 50,000 inmates in the New York prison system will bring in nearly $9 million in five years for a Florida-based company.
Amtrak is considering suspending service on tracks that don't have sophisticated speed controls by a Dec. 31 deadline, the railroad's top executive said Thursday, threatening to disrupt operations across the U.S. in a push to strengthen safety after a series of deadly wrecks.
Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo’s name is on a bill that would expand freedom of speech rights for high school and college journalists.
A Utica man has been arrested on drug charges following the execution of a search warrant at 10 Johnson Park.
A freight train carrying automobiles has derailed in rural western New York, sending up a plume of black smoke but apparently posing no public danger.
The state Supreme Court has rejected Charter-Spectrum's motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the company by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
American Mikaela Shiffrin finally made her Pyeongchang Olympic debut on Day 6 of the Winter Games, speeding to gold in the women's giant slalom after several days of weather delays.
An SUV belonging to a suburban Rochester couple who have been missing for more than two weeks has been pulled from the Genesee River with two bodies inside.
The massacre at a Florida high school is again raising concerns about whether the FBI missed signs that might have stopped a mass shooting.
A former high school teacher and his brother were accused on Thursday of stockpiling explosive materials in their apartment and paying students to dismantle fireworks for gunpowder to make bombs.
State health officials say the number of New Yorkers with confirmed cases of the flu keeps rising but the number of people requiring hospitalization has declined.
Pet stores in New York state would be prohibited from buying dogs or cats from puppy mills and other large commercial breeding facilities under a new proposal in the state Legislature.
Keeler Show Notes for Friday, February 16th, 2018