Buffalo Governor Cuomo made his first public appearance since nine people connected to upstate development projects were arrested Thursday. Capital Tonight's Ryan Whalen tells us he defended the Buffalo Billion while also seeking to distance himself from the scandal. Updated 09/23/2016 07:01 PM
Spread over its two campuses in Utica and Albany, SUNY Poly's economic impact across the state is well into the billions of dollars. As our Matt Hunter reports, SUNY leaders are now tasked with managing that without Dr. Alain Kaloyeros, who’s facing state and federal corruption charges.
Updated 09/23/2016 05:43 PM
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced what he calls the biggest drug bust in history. Terry Stackhouse reports.
Updated 09/23/2016 11:34 AM

City of Buffalo
Huge Pile of Trash in Front of House Shines Light on Buffalo's Slumlord Problem
Imagine driving up the street in Buffalo and you pass a house that has tons of trash piled up on the curb out front. So much trash that it looks like a dumping site. That's exactly what happened to Time Warner Cable New reporter Kevin Jolly who found out that huge pile of trash may point to an even bigger problem in the city. 05:49 PM

Rochester Police Department Makes Special Effort to Recruit More Women
It's recruitment season for the Rochester Police Department. Time Warner Cable News reporter Jordan Mazza tells us about a special effort to bring in women. 05:52 PM

Jefferson County
Boy Scouts from U.S., Canada Come Together to Celebrate Brotherhood
It was great weekend to be a Boy Scout in the North Country. Scouts from across the Northeast region of the U.S. and from Ontario, Canada came together on Wellesley (Wells-Lee) Island. As Alex Valverde tells us, leaders say it's all about celebrating brotherhood. 07:04 PM

City of Albany
35th Annual Larkfest Draws Thousands in Albany
One of the biggest events of the year in Albany was held Sunday. Not only is Larkfest one of the biggest local events, organizers say it's the biggest one-day street festival in the entire state 05:58 PM

Maspeth Residents March to Hotel Owner's Home to Protest 'Warehousing' Homeless in their Neighborhood
Protesters marched to the home of a Queens hotel owner Saturday over plans to convert one of his properties in Maspeth into a homeless shelter. Updated 04:49 PM
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