More than 100 hospital workers are out of a job as the Greater Hudson Valley Health System looks to cut millions of dollars across the board. Our John Wagner has more on what this means for two of the area's largest hospitals.
State education leaders are optimistic most budget plans will pass today. Joining us now to talk more about this is New York State School Boards Association Executive Director Tim Kremer.
Taxpayers across New York State are heading to the polls to vote on their respective school district's budget plan for the next school year. This is the second year under the state's property tax cap.
There is good news for hundreds of students in the city of Newburgh as the board votes to keep Balmville, Horizons on the Hudson, and Vails Gate schools open.
Dozens are dead and many more reported missing after a massive tornado struck the Oklahoma City area. The tornado flattened entire neighborhoods in the suburb of Moore, Oklahoma, with winds up to 200 miles an hour, leaving buildings on fire and landing a direct blow to an elementary school.
The end of May wraps up with another empty seat in the state Capitol. Vito Lopez resigned, effective Monday morning, following a sexual harassment scandal. This is on top of a number of arrests of other state lawmakers in recent weeks. Leaders are working to create anti-corruption proposals, while others are reminding voters of their role in helping clean up the problem. Innae Park reports.