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Rochester City Council President Lovely Warren joined Bob Smith to discuss transit terminal plans and downtown development.
Governor David Paterson says he will furlough 100,000 state workers one day a week because of the state's financial crisis.
Governor David Paterson says he's creating a new panel to review the cases of immigrants facing deportation because of previous criminal convictions.
Mayor Robert Duffy spent most of his annual address talking about his proposed plan to take over control of schools.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand visited RIT Friday as part of a roundtable discussion on fuel cell technology.
WXXI News investigates how the cities of Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse are struggling amid difficult financial times.
Governor David Paterson wants to furlough state workers one day a week until the legislature passes a budget.
The Obama administration has approved what would be the nation's first offshore wind farm, off Cape Cod.
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.
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.
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