The recession continues to effect retail in New York State.
Retailers say they're keeping inventory low, and employment flat this year.
Cornell University is hosting a summit on natural gas drilling in New York.
New York lawmakers relaxed the Rockefeller Drug laws, and created a new court for drug-addicted defendants.
Poll shows New Yorkers are not planning to spend any more - or less - this holiday season compared to last year.
Rochester's Open Door Mission is preparing its annual Thanksgiving Day feast.
The University of Rochester has received $35-million for research activities.
Monroe County Health Dirctor Andrew Doniger says county will address long lines at flu clinics.
The Arts & Cultural Council of Greater Rochester hosts the 26th Annual Arts Awards Luncheon.
Rochester Broadway Theatre League President Arnie Rothschild provides an update on the search for a new site to replace the Auditorium Theatre.
The annual LPGA tour stop is now going to play host to one of four majors on the tour.
State lawmakers remain in Albany, but no deficit reduction agreement in sight.
A number of Republicans are thinking about challenging first-term Democrat Dan Maffei in the 25th Congressional district.
Mammographer Avice O'Connell and oncologist Michelle Shayne discuss what the new federal breast cancer screening guidelines mean for women.
Cases of H1N1 flu are on the rise in New York State.
New York Times report today mentions Duffy as a possible candidate for lieutenant governor.
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