WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt reports the environmental groups delivered 180 water powered alarm clocks to Governor Cuomo's office door, as part of their request for more time for public comment on proposed hydrofracking rules.
WXXI Innovation Trail reporter Zack Seward looks at a local workshop that focused on the nuts and bolts of how specific projects would win state cash through the Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council.
NPR's board of directors announced that it had dipped into the world of public television for its new president and CEO: Gary E. Knell, chief executive of the company behind the beloved children's show Sesame Street.
Governor Andrew Cuomo opened the door to avoiding the layoffs of 3500 state workers after a union contract was rejected, but he says it's entirely up to the union leadership whether the job cut backs occur or not.
Eastman Kodak stock opened higher Monday just days after the company denied reports that it is considering bankruptcy as a possible option amid its financial worries as reported by Bloomberg News and the Wall Street Journal.