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The Schoharie County Jail is seen in security video taken during Tropical Storm Irene in 2011.

Schoharie County continues search to replace flooded out jail


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Audit faults NY tourism promotion after damaging storms

A federal audit says New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration mismanaged $22 million spent to promote tourism in areas affected by three damaging storms.

 


State to introduce legislation requiring LLC owners be identified

LLC loophole allowing businesses to hide their true identities

Lawmakers ponder legislative fix to intercept process

Charter schools share their views on intercept process


Public school administrators question validity of intercept process


Wildlife experts will try to coax crows out of Albany


In-Depth: Are public schools paying out for charter students out of district?


The cost of closing a prison


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Debate Night: Clinton, Trump set for high-stakes showdown

Nicolla pleads not guilty in corruption case

16th horse dies this year at Saratoga

Assistance offered to NY small businesses hurt by drought

The Small Business Administration is offering assistance to eligible small businesses affected by this summer's drought in central and western New York, the Finger Lakes and the Southern Tier.

Houston authorities: 6 wounded in shooting; suspect dead

NY lab to join in federally funded child health studies

The state Health Department's Wadsworth laboratory has been awarded $1.2 million to participate in a seven-year study of environmental influences on child health.

Arnold Palmer, a golfing king with common touch, dies at 87

Columbia Development head Nicolla due in court on Monday

Clinton, Trump buff foreign policy bona fides on debate eve

Vermont offers safety tips to hunters using tree stands

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is offering safety tips to hunters who use tree stands. The department advises choosing a live, straight tree and to only use stands certified by the Treestand Manufacturer's Association.

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