New Poll on Paterson's Future

A new statewide poll gauges voters' attitudes on whether Governor Paterson should resign or if he should be impeached.

Eric Massa Resigns Effective 5pm Today

Congressman Eric Massa will resign his seat effective Monday amid allegations of harrassment.

Help Wanted on City 12 and WXXI-TV

Sat, 03/06/2010 - 8:00pm

Tune in for this new series designed to help New Yorkers deal with troubling economic times on a grass-roots level.

Poll: Support for Paterson Drops

A Quinnipiac poll shows a dwindling number of New Yorkers think David Paterson should continue as Governor.

Paterson Loses Another Key Staff Member

Peter Kauffmann resigned his position as Director of Communications for Governor David Paterson.

Massa Denies Rumors as He Announces Retirement

Congressman Eric Massa says health concerns will prevent him from running for re-election. In a statement Wednesday afternoon, he denied rumors that he sexually harrassed a male staffer.  

Paterson Charged with Violating Ethics Laws

Governor David Paterson faces a new allegation - this time from the state's Commission on Public Integrity.

DiNapoli Releasing Rhino Stadium Audit

NY State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is in Rochester discussing an audit his office performed on the Rochester Rhinos soccer stadium.

NY State Police Superintendent to Retire

Harry Corbitt announced on Tuesday night that he is retiring effective Wednesday. Corbitt cited intense media scrutiny for his decision which he announced during a television interview in Albany about the ongoing scandal over potential witness tampering in a domestic violence case.

Colleen Wegman Announces 2010 Goals as United Way Campaign Chair

The United Way of Greater Rochester has announced three major community goals as part of its "Live United" campaign for 2010.