Albany It's back to business as usual in Albany as lawmakers attempt to move past Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's corruption scandal, as more information is coming out about possible replacements for Silver. Nick Reisman has more from the state Capitol. 12:20 PM
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New York State has lifted a storage ban on Liquefied Natural Gas.
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Jury selection in the Cal Harris murder trial continues in Schoharie County today. Updated 01/28/2015 12:00 AM
Syracuse Non-Profit Fights Growing Poverty in City
Visions for Change says more than 130,000 people inside the city limits live below the poverty line. Brad Vivacqua has more on what Visions for Change is doing to reduce that number. 08:25 AM
Massachusetts Court Rules Names of Jurors in Criminal Cases be Made Public
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Police say the man who robbed a credit union on Erie Boulevard in Syracuse is now in custody. 08:37 AM
Gaming Officials Warning People of Lottery Scam
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Deal Reached for Sheldon Silver to Step Down
A deal has been reached for Joe Morelle, a Rochester-area Democrat, to serve as interim Assembly speaker, forcing the embattled Silver to step down as speaker, effective Monday. Time Warner Cable News reporter Nick Reisman has the story. Updated 01/27/2015 07:30 PM
WATCH: Sheldon Silver Not Saying Whether He Plans to Resign
WATCH: Raw video of Sheldon Silver leaving the state Capitol after Assembly Democrats announce Joe Morelle will be interim Speaker. 01/27/2015 10:20 PM
Assembly Republicans: Silver's Arrest, Aftermath a Distraction
The democratic meetings behind closed doors have Assembly Republicans wondering when they can get back to work. Just last week, Democratic Assembly Majority Leader Joe Morelle said that Silver's arrest was not a distraction. But as Geoff Redick explains, GOP lawmakers see it differently, and they want to get past this scandal, and get lawmakers back on the clock. 01/27/2015 06:10 PM
Questions Remain Over Long Term Political Impact of Silver's Arrest
Despite the deal for Sheldon Silver to step down as speaker, questions remain over the long term political impact. As Bill Carey reports, the GOP is ready to try to make the scandal a major issue. 01/27/2015 09:59 PM
Trial Underway for Accused Hit-and-Run Driver
The trial for a Liverpool woman accused of leaving the scene of a deadly crash is underway. Alicia Alampi is accused of crashing into Robert Bevard as he walked along Park Street in 2013. She is charged vehicular manslaughter, leaving the scene of an incident without reporting and DWI. Iris St. Meran has more from the courtroom. 01/27/2015 08:58 PM
Broadway Utica Youth Ambassadors Meet Local Performer
Performing on stage would be a dream come true for many young men and women, so meeting an actor with local ties was a special treat for one group of high school students. Alana LaFlore explains how a performance at the Stanley taught teens about life and the career. 01/27/2015 10:26 PM
Jefferson County Rallies Against Closing Sheltered Workshop
Jefferson County
New York State is phasing out sheltered workshops. Those are businesses designed to employ people with disabilities. The Supreme Court has called them unconstititional. But as our Brian Dwyer reports, not every community agrees... and Jefferson County is calling for the state to reconsider. 01/27/2015 09:37 PM
Jury Deliberating in Former Cornell Wrestler's Rape Trial
A jury is deliberating Peter Mesko's case in Ithaca. 01/27/2015 03:35 PM