Sarah Taddeo, Rochester D and C

Sarah Taddeo

Rochester D and C

Rochester, NY, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Need better internet? The FCC is finalizing a broadband map, and it wants to hear from you.

The Federal Communications Commission is trying to build a more accurate map of broadband service across the U.S. → Read More

Where is Hochul taking NY in 2023? She'll outline priorities in State of State address

Gov. Kathy Hochul, New York's first elected woman governor, is expected to focus on crime and affordability in her State of the State address Tuesday. → Read More

Who is George Santos? What we know about NY representative-elect who lied on resume

George Santos, a Republican, was elected to Congress this fall, representing parts of Westchester County and Long Island. It was later revealed he fabricated parts of his background. → Read More

Upstate NY's minimum wage to hit $14.20 by year's end. Why lawmakers want more.

Upstate will hit $14.20 an hour come Dec. 31, and some lawmakers are pushing new legislation to start another round of increases. → Read More

Upstate NY's minimum wage to hit $14.20 by year's end. Why lawmakers want more.

Upstate will hit $14.20 an hour come Dec. 31, and some lawmakers are pushing new legislation to start another round of increases. → Read More

Who Is Kathy Hochul? NY governor first woman to win full term

Gov. Kathy Hochul won her first full term Tuesday, fending off a challenge from Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin and making history as the state's first elected female governor. → Read More

Biden to visit Syracuse to praise Micron deal as NY Dems face stiff election challenges

President Biden in Syracuse will make remarks on the $100M Micron deal, which will bring a semiconductor hub and up to 9,000 jobs to Central New York. → Read More

Early voting in NY starts this week. What to know about who's running, where to vote

NY's general election features a governor's race and several high profile congressional races as Republicans make a bid for control of House, Senate. → Read More

Will NY ban the sale of cats and dogs at pet stores? How it would work

The law would prohibit pet shops from selling larger pets. Other states have recently enacted similar laws to target the puppy mill industry. → Read More

Be part of our traffic ticket investigation by texting with reporter Asher Stockler

We're investigating traffic ticketing in New York. Stay updated on what we're digging into through a texting group with reporter Asher Stockler. → Read More

New York's STAR benefit checks are arriving. Did you get yours yet?

New York's STAR benefit program is different from the one-time Homeowner Tax Rebate Credit, announced earlier this year. Here's what to know about it. → Read More

Most of New York's new gun laws go into effect Thursday. What to know.

The laws strengthen the state's existing gun laws and include changes to concealed firearms, training background checks and storage. → Read More

First revamped Thruway rest area opens in Central NY. Which ones will open next?

The $450 million project will remodel or reconstruct all 27 rest areas along New York's 570-mile superhighway by 2025. → Read More

New York kids eating marijuana edibles up by 600% since 2019, Poison Center says

Kids are consuming more marijuana edibles than ever before in New York, underscoring the need to keep the products out of their reach, experts said. → Read More

Cuomo wins lawsuit against now-defunct JCOPE, won't have to pay back $5.1M from book deal

A judge ruled that former Gov. Andrew Cuomo doesn't have to cough up the $5.1M in proceeds from his pandemic memoir, at least for now. → Read More

Andrew Cuomo sues NY AG Letitia James, wants state to pay his legal bills in lawsuit

Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo was sued by a state trooper who says he sexually harassed her. Now, he wants NY to represent him or foot his legal bills. → Read More

New York law will survey schools on how they're teaching about the Holocaust

Studies show knowledge about the Holocaust is fading among U.S. young people. The law, effective immediately, will survey schools on their instruction → Read More

NY's second primary is coming. What to know about how and where to vote, and who's running

Congressional and state Senate candidates will face off in New York's second round of primary elections this year. → Read More

After attempted assault on Lee Zeldin, should major candidates get more security in NY?

Rep. Lee Zeldin, NY's GOP candidate for governor, was confronted by an armed man at an event last week, raising questions about candidate security. → Read More

Cuomo, staff misled ethics agency over $5.1M book deal, report alleges. See what it says

Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his staff pressured JCOPE into greenlighting a book on Cuomo's handling of the pandemic in 2020, a new report found. → Read More