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Police in Albany say a one-month-old child was murdered in the city. Sources tell YNN it happened in a home by Bleecker Stadium.
Updated 8:22 PM
Four casinos in New York State and the Governor and lawmakers agree that two should be in the Catskills. Our Eva McKend has more from Ulster and Sullivan County leaders and the developers courting the region.
One woman is dead and another was sent to the hospital after being hit by a car in Greene County.
Updated 3:13 PM
Ulster County Executive Mike Hein unveiled the new Ulster County Cultural Heritage Guide Wednesday at the Fred J. Johnston Museum in Kingston.
Law enforcement in Ulster County prepares for an incident we've seen all too often lately: An active shooter situation.
The New York Racing Association selected a new Chief Executive Officer at their board meeting Tuesday. YNN's Matt Hunter has more on the selection of Christopher Kay, and what it could mean for the summer racing season.
Updated 06/18/2013 10:55 PM
Lawmakers reach an agreement on expanding casinos beyond American-Indian gaming. This, as lawmakers are closing in on the end of the legislative session. The deal looks to authorize four upstate casinos.
Watch the latest forecast for the Hudson Valley and the Catskills.
The clock is ticking until the end of the legislative session and lawmakers still have a few things to agree on. They have made some progress this week, including a plan for casinos. But there a number of issues still unresolved, including ethics reform and public campaign finance. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more.
Updated 8:03 PM
The White House is stepping up its efforts to combat gun violence, with a renewed push to get Congress to pass the expanded background checks the Senate blocked earlier this spring, and the vice president is warning lawmakers who block their efforts that they will face a political backlash. Washington bureau reporter Michael Scotto filed the following report.
In part three of this week's five-part series recapping some of the top titles from the E3 video game convention, Adam Balkin takes a look at how music games -- a genre which has recently fallen on hard times -- is trying to make a comeback through innovative new features.
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If your child doesn't play a sport, chances are your child isn’t getting a yearly physical, for most kids it's not necessary, but for some it is. For this edition of Child Wellness Wednesday, YNN’s Marcie Fraser has more.
Japanese maples are a favorite in Upstate New York landscape. The problem is, there's usually dieback. Terry Ettinger explains.
A dog’s mouth has far more bacteria than our own.
As more and more people live past their harrowing battles with cancer, increased attention is being paid to certain side-effects of chemotherapy, such as the growing field of research into sexual function for women after cancer. Health reporter Erin Billups filed the following report.
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