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Posted in Business News

Here’s how to qualify for SNAP food stamps, and what foods you can and cannot purchase

SNAP was increased for families across the nation Oct. 1, helping to feed more families and give access to healthier options. People are typically receiving $157 on average per month after seeing…

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Posted in News Police Beat Syracuse Area

Officer-involved shooting being investigated in Syracuse by Attorney General’s Office

The State Attorney General’s office is now investigating an incident involving an officer shooting and the death of a woman in Syracuse. The incident occurred Oct. 20 in Syracuse when crisis trained…

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Posted in Health News

CDC reports salmonella outbreak linked to red, yellow, and white onions imported from Mexico

The CDC reports the latest salmonella outbreak that is linked to onions. Over 650 people have reportedly gotten sick across 37 different states, including New York. The culprit are red, white, and…

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Posted in News

$600 amount increased to $10,000 for Biden administration’s bank reporting to IRS plan

People aren’t happy about the idea of banks reporting their banking information to the IRS. Democrats tried to appease Americans by changing the amount to $10,000 instead of $600. The plan was…

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Posted in News

Trump is creating his own social media platform and he doesn’t plan to stop there

Trump was given the boot off social media platforms after his role in the Capitol insurrection, but he announced his plans to create his own social media platform. He’s launching the Trump…

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Posted in Business New York State News

The selling off of Buffalo Riverbend facility equipment is disturbing to Governor Kathy Hochul

The state of New York is selling off $200 million in equipment purchased for the Buffalo Riverbend facility in 2015. This is part of the Buffalo Billion investment, and Governor Kathy Hochul…

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Posted in Environment New York State News

Plans for New York to be running on renewable energy by 2030 are shaping up

200 advocacy groups are calling on Governor Kathy Hochul to back a plan that would take millions of households off fossil fuel energy and replace it with renewable energy. This would take…

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Posted in Municipal New York State News Politics

Advocates can’t agree on changes for redistricting process

Advocates are working hard to change the way redistricting works in New York State. The new proposed redistricting would cap the number of state senators at 63 as well as no longer…

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Posted in Courts New York State News Politics

Former Governor Andrew Cuomo’s legal team still working tirelessly to defend him

It’s been two months since Governor Andrew Cuomo resigned, and since then there have been numerous investigations launched into his career. Multiple District Attorneys are looking into the accusations of sexual harassment,…

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Posted in Addison News Police Beat Steuben County

Addison woman faces felony charges, accused of stealing public benefits

Investigators say an Addison resident was taken into custody on October 20 on felony charges in Steuben County after an investigation involving the sheriff’s office and Department of Social Services. Rachael English,…

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Posted in Health New York State News

Americans are getting used to the pandemic and have adapted to it being part of their normal, everyday life

A recent poll shows two things about New Yorker’s and their perception of the pandemic. First, they’ve adapted to always carrying masks around and comfortably going out into public. Second, almost two…

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Posted in News

Laws are needed to protect people from online harm including bullying and coercion

Two major issues still happen today with the internet being at society’s fingertips: cyberbullying and distributing sexual images of someone in an attempt to coerce them. Governor Kathy Hochul has signed two…

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Posted in New York State News

Senator Pam Helming voices opposition to tax increase on gas

State Senator Pam Helming is joining in on calling for the suspension of the state’s gas tax. The tax on gas in New York is one of the highest in the nation….

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Spencerport woman found safe after abduction, suspect found dead
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Posted in News Police Beat Rochester Area

Spencerport woman found safe after abduction, suspect found dead

A Spencerport woman is safe following her abduction Tuesday night, and the suspect is dead. Jessica Northrup, 43, of Spencerport was abducted Tuesday evening around 7 p.m. by Paul Collen, 52. Wednesday…

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Posted in Fire News Steuben County

Early morning fire in Horseheads on Wednesday leaves pickup truck destroyed

A fire in a Horseheads hotel parking lot left a truck destroyed Wednesday morning. Fire crews were able to contain and extinguish the fire. No injuries were reported. No nearby structures were…

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Posted in New York State News Police Beat Steuben County

Multiple corrections officers injured following two attacks in Elmira Correctional Facility

Two incidents over the weekend and this week at Elmira Correctional Facility left multiple corrections officers injured. The New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association stated that on Saturday an…

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