A tipster wanted to know how much a group home spent on a gazebo, when there is already a back porch for residents.
Concrete panels not installed properly on part of I-787 project. Inspectors require work to be ripped out and re-done.
The second phase of a controversial park was marked on Wednesday. It's not the work that's been done so far, but what lies ahead that has some people wondering about the appropriate spending of taxpayer money.
A report from the state Inspector General's Office finds a lack of supervision at a state-operated power plant in Albany. It finds problems including drinking on the job, staff members watching TV and unauthorized break rooms.
Eighteen months after NewsChannel 13's first request, state officials produced a document that confirms seven doors to be installed at cost of $10,000 each. It's part of 13-year restoration project at the historic building.
About 1,400 state workers will be relocated to the Harriman State Office Campus. They'll be moving into building 5, which is the former home of the Department of Transportation.
The Town of East Greenbush nearly topped a Wall Street Journal
list of communities in financial trouble. NewsChannel 13 also found a State Comptroller's audit in 2009 warning of financial troubles and another 2012 indicating those troubles had gotten worse.
In our waste watchers report tonight, a look at rampant spending by the New York Power Authority.
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli criticized the state Department of Health (DOH) on Thursday for over-paying millions of dollars in Medicaid claims, but DOH said only a tiny fraction of the claims actually contained errors.
Have you ever received a robocall that claims to be pertaining to your current electric bill? The Department of State says it's a growing problem.