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The Latest: Governor: Prison guard seriously burned by blast

FLOYD, N.Y. (AP) — The Latest on the investigation into an exploding package that burned a New York prison guard after he picked it up near his home (all times local): 5:15 p.m. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says a prison guard suffered serious burns when he opened an exploding package he found outside his […]

Saratoga Group Nixes Cuomo Raiding Racing

According to a coalition of Saratoga Springs racing, political and business interests, the New York Racing Association's reprivatization options presented in a plan to Governor Andrew Cuomo have been set aside. In their place is an outline...Show More Summary

Police Arrest Alleged Gunman Tied To Shooting Death Of Cuomo Aide Carey Gabay

Police have arrested a man in connection with the fatal shooting of state development lawyer and onetime aide to Governor Andrew Cuomo Carey Gabay during last year's predawn J'Ouvert festivities in Crown Heights. Officers closed in on Micah Alleyne, 23, at around 3 a.m. Show More Summary

NYC police make arrest in death of governor’s aide

NEW YORK (AP) — New York City police say they’ve made an arrest in the death of an aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo who caught in the crossfire between two gangs last year. Carey Gabay (guh-BAY’) was shot in the head in September during a pre-dawn party celebrating the West Indian Day Parade. The 43-year-old […]

Cuomo Fast Tracks LIRR Hicksville Project

Gov. Cuomo has announced that he is fast tracking the $121 million modernization project for the LIRR’s Hicksville station. Here are more details via the official press release: Governor Andrew Cuomo has put the planned $121 million modernization of the Long Island Rail Road’s aging Hicksville station on the fast track, announcing the LIRR and […]

New York Votes To Abolish The Tampon Tax

New York State is on track to abolish a tax on feminine hygiene products, after a bill to end the so-called tampon tax unanimously passed both the state senate and assembly this week. The law is now headed to Governor Andrew Cuomo's desk, where its approval is assured. [ more › ]

Masabi Mobile Ticketing Coming to New York MTA

At an event at the Michael J. Quill Bus Depot in Manhattan, Governor Cuomo announced the success of a field test for MTA eTix, a free app that will allow Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) and Metro-North (MNR) customers to purchase train tickets anytime

New York’s Liquor Laws Are About to Get a Lot Chiller

Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York announced this week that he is supporting legislation that will finally allow New Yorkers to have a completely legal boozy brunch in bars and restaurants before noon on Sundays.

It looks like Governor Cuomo may overturn one of the dumbest drinking laws in New York

Yes. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo looks set to overturn the rule that makes it illegal for bars and restaurants to sell alcohol between 4:00 am and noon on Sundays, according to the New York Daily News. This rule was, by and large,...Show More Summary

Super-Chill Governor Cuomo Wants to Let Brunchers Drink Before Noon

Early bird may soon get the booze, too. Andrew Cuomo is throwing his full gubernatorial weight behind a panel's recommendation to update New York's severely outdated liquor laws. Critics have long complained the problems caused by 1930s-era...Show More Summary

Cuomo Calls For Boozing In Restaurants & Bars On Sunday Mornings

Governor Cuomo has listened to the advice of his specially-appointed panel regarding archaic blue laws that prohibit alcohol sales on Sunday mornings. Speaking from a brewery in Rochester yesterday, the Governor announced a proposed set of bills that would allow restaurants and bars to sell alcohol before noon on Sundays. Show More Summary

De Blasio appointee questions contract awarded to Cuomo donor

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The mayor's team threw a counterpunch, raising conflict-of-interest questions about the governor a day after de Blasio was questioned.

The First of the MTA’s Wi-Fi-Equipped Buses Are Here

Earlier this year, the MTA announced that the new vehicles in its bus fleet would be equipped with Wi-Fi and USB charging ports, and would sport a blue-and-yellow paint job that car buff Governor Andrew Cuomo said gave them “almost a Ferrari-like look.” The MTA says that 2,042 of the ... More »

Limited Metro-North Service To Grand Central Terminal After 4-Alarm East Harlem Fire

All Metro-North trains are running on a Saturday schedule after a four-alarm fire broke out under the line's tracks in East Harlem last night. Governor Andrew Cuomo visited the scene and said the blaze "generated a tremendous amount of heat. Show More Summary

Governor Cuomo Announces 75 State-of-the-Art Buses Hit the Streets in Queens

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced the arrival of the first of 75 new buses that are being deployed into service this year as part of a concentrated effort to address overcrowding and modernize the MTA.

For The First Time Ever Governor Cuomo Did Something Millions Of Us Do Every Day

Remember back in March, when Governor Cuomo got giggly comparing the MTA's design for a new Wi-Fi-equipped city bus augmented with charging ports and LCD information screens to a Ferrari? [ more › ]

2016 TV Upfronts: Billy Bush, Related to Both Presidents, Joins ‘Today’ Show

The nephew and cousin of presidents will enter the morning program arena, joining Chris Cuomo, the son and brother of New York governors.

Probes of de Blasio, Cuomo could shake up New York politics

None of the old hands in the world of New York politics and government can remember another time when both the mayor and the governor were under investigation by the U.S. attorney. The result is that... To view the full story, click the title link.

Cuomo Decides To Support State Farmworkers After They Sue Him

The New York Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against Governor Cuomo and the state alleging that loopholes in state labor laws deny farmworkers the right to organize, forcing them into "life-threatening, sweatshop-like conditions."...Show More Summary

NYC Nail Salon Workers Are Finally Getting Paid for Terrible Work Conditions

Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered salons to pay $2 Million in backpay and damages to mistreated workers.

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