Paterson's Furlough Recommendation Meets Resistance

Governor David Paterson says he's recommending that the state legislature approve one day a week furloughs for state workers until the state budget, now nearly one month late, is completed.


Zimpher in Rochester Discussing "The Power of SUNY"

SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher was in Rochester to outline her strategic plan for the system's 64 campuses.


$167.8 Million Spent on Lobbying in NY

Organizations involved in health care and education spend the most on lobbying in New York State. WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt explains who's spending big bucks and why.


Green Gamble Could Spark Turbine Debate

One local company is working to prove you can be "eco-chic" and save a lot of money in the process.

America's Former Envoy to Vietnam

Mon, 04/26/2010 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Bob Smith's guest is Ambassador Raymond Burghardt, America's former Ambassador to Vietnam.



Fourth Week with No Budget Begins

Leaders in Albany have not yet agreed on a state budget - more than three weeks after the deadline.


Brighton Site Withdrawn from RBTL Theater Search

Developer Anthony Costello says he believes the new performing arts theater should be built at the former Midtown site Downtown.


No Money, No Earth Day at State Capitol

Earth Day celebrations at the New York State Capitol were cancelled by the Paterson Administration, which cited a lack of money.


Diane Ravitch on Mayoral Control

Urban education expert Diane Ravitch explains her conclusions about the relationship between school governance and student achievement.

Learning Business on Spring Break

The Biz Kid$ program teaches students financial literacy and entrepreneurial skills with hands on training.

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