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Buffalo, NY, United States

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Past articles by Carl:

March 1 is deadline for Enhanced STAR property tax exemption applications

New York State is reminding seniors that they have until next month to apply for more STAR property tax savings this year. → Read More

Hochul: Schools, state agencies will source more from local farms in 2023

In her 2023 State of the State Address, New York Governor Kathy Hochul acknowledged the struggles currently facing small farms and laid out plans to invest in local farmers in the year ahead. → Read More

Hochul signs bill to protect New Yorkers with medical debt

Healthcare providers are now prohibited from satisfying medical debt by collecting wages or placing liens on patients’ homes under a law sign by Governor Hochul on Wednesday. → Read More

Hochul signs bill to crack down on catalytic converter theft

Amid a rise in catalytic converter thefts from vehicles over the last year, Governor Kathy Hochul signed a bill that targets illegal "chop shops" across the Empire State. → Read More

How to avoid falling victim to scams

In the last month, there have been multiple reports of scams targeting different groups across New York and Pennsylvania. These types of scams cost Americans billions of dollars every year, says the Federal Trade Commission. → Read More

DEC reminds New Yorkers about dangers of wildfires in dry weather

The hot and dry weather seen across much of the state recently is prompting officials to remind New Yorkers about the dangers of wildfires, especially when camping. → Read More

Chemung County resident tests positive for monkeypox

The Chemung County Health Department said there is no public risk although a resident has tested positive for monkeypox. → Read More

State Trooper helps rescue elderly Southern Tier dog from culvert

An elderly Southern Tier golden retriever is safe after being rescued by a state trooper who pull her to safety. → Read More

Ithaca Starbucks workers claim store closing because of union efforts

ITHACA, N.Y. (WETM) – Workers at the College Avenue Starbucks location in Ithaca said they were “blindsided” by the company’s decision to close the store at the end of this week. Benjamin South, Shift Supervisor at the now-unionized store and a lead organizer of the Starbucks Workers United union, said that the workers were called […] → Read More

‘American Pickers’ wants collectors in New York

PENN YAN, N.Y. (WETM) — A popular History Channel antique show is shooting in New York later this summer, and the crew is looking for the right subject, possibly in the Capital Region. “American Pickers” posted to Facebook: “If you or someone you know has a large collection, we want to hear from you!” The […] → Read More

State buildings go dark to help bird migration

ALBANY, N.Y. (WETM) — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation announced a new effort to reduce light pollution in order to help birds safely migrate. Buildings owned or managed by the state will be shutting off any non-essential outdoor lighting each night as part of the “Lights Out” initiative. The initiative will run […] → Read More

How to block unwanted robocalls and spam calls

We all know the feeling. The dreaded sight of a phone number you don’t recognize and the annoying decision of whether or not to answer it. → Read More

‘Everyone has the right to be stupid’: Broome County DA Press Conference on Buffalo Shooting

The Broome County District Attorney, Michael Korchak will be holding a press conference at 1:30 PM today to discuss some of the previous history of the man that is charged in the Buffalo Tops mass shooting. → Read More

Titanic survivor buried in Watkins Glen

On the 110th anniversary of the night the Titanic hit an iceberg, the Schuyler County Historical Society is remembering one of the survivors of the wreck who was later buried right in Watkins Glen. → Read More

NY Court employees file lawsuit against court system COVID vaccine mandate

Non-judicial employees have filed a lawsuit against the New York State Unified Court System to challenge the COVID-19 vaccine mandate implemented last fall for all UCS workers. → Read More

NYSCOPBA doesn’t want to HALT solitary confinement

The NYS Corrections Officer Union is calling on the state to pause the HALT Solitary Confinement Act set to go into effect this Friday → Read More

Eric Smith released from prison after 27 years; will live downstate

QUEENS, N.Y. (WETM) – Eric Smith, nationally known for killing four-year-old Derrick Robie in Steuben County almost 30 years ago, has been released from prison to live downstate. According to the NY Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, Smith was released on February 1 from the Woodbourne Correctional Facility in Sullivan County. According to DOCCS, […] → Read More

Police: Man dies after fire in Mechanicville

A 67-year-old man died after a fire occurred in his home in Mechanicville. → Read More

Teenager charged with vehicular manslaughter in Cohocton fatal crash

Police have arrested a teenager in connection to the fatal accident that happened in Cohocton on December 29. → Read More

Chemung County distributing N95 masks to residents

ELMIRA, N.Y. (WETM) — In an effort to curb rising COVID-19 numbers, Chemung County will be distributing KN-95 masks to residents. County Executive Chris Moss announced on Wednesday that the Office of Civil Defense and Office of Emergency Operations will be working together to distribute the masks to grocery stores, businesses, fire stations, libraries, community-based […] → Read More