Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the electric car company is making major improvements to the Autopilot system used by its vehicles, which will dramatically reduce the number and severity of crashes they're involved in.
A coalition of New York-based advocates is launching a national campaign to press large retailers, restaurant chains and other companies to end on-call and last-minute scheduling, which allows companies to assign shifts to workers with only a few hours' notice.
Two summers ago the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge dominated social media raising awareness and millions of dollars to fight the disease, now there's a new local center dedicated to providing patients with long-term care.
The state's Department of Health says Tuesday that it will soon allow nurse practitioners to authorize the drug for patients, and allow dispensaries to make deliveries to help patients who cannot leave their homes.
The former director of the Central New York SPCA and a co-worker were in DeWitt Town Court Friday morning, arraigned on charges that they stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from the animal advocacy organization.
St. Elizabeth Medical Center officials "notified the New York State Nurses Association of its intent to lock out nurses on the day of their planned strike, and for the four days following the strike through Monday, September 5, 2016."
New York's farmers give millions of pounds of apples, squash, melons and other agricultural products to the state's food banks every year. Now some of those farmers are hoping to get some credit - a tax credit.
New York's comptroller reports that state tax collections of $24.2 billion for the first four months of this fiscal year are down $1.1 billion from last year and more than $500 million below initial budget projections.