The Great Lakes Week Conference in Detroit brought together the leading organizations and government official that deal with Great Lakes issues.
WXXI's Election 2011 coverage includes Free Air Time for candidates in selected races. You can see and hear their messages directly before you head to the polls.
WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt reports on the dilemma facing Governor Cuomo, who might have to enact job cuts in a worsening recession.
NPR's Jeff Brady reports on how the natural gas drilling boom in Pennsylvania is helping the economies of Rust Belt cities long accustomed to bad news.
Governor Andrew Cuomo says he's still trying to work out his disagreements with the state worker union, the Public Employees Federation, so that there are no lay offs.
WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt looks at Comptroller Tom DiNapoli's annual report on the securities industry and its predicted impact on New York's finances.
The City of Rochester will pay millions more for the former site of Midtown Plaza. The move nearly doubles what the city originally paid for the parcel.
WXXI Innovation Trail reporter Emma Jacobs looks at how New York will make up for the loss of power if the downstate nuclear plant goes offline in the coming years.
WXXI Innovation Trail reporter Marie Cusick says lawmakers questioned whether the DEC is rushing the process, and relying on data from the natural gas drilling industry.
WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt reports state agencies will provide information translated into Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Russian, French and French Creole.
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