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The Ontario government is pushing back against New York State's Buy American law by limiting public sector procurement with suppliers in the state.

Lord & Taylor

A data breach at department store chains Saks Fifth Avenue, Saks Off Fifth and Lord & Taylor across North America has compromised the personal information of customers who shopped at the stores.

Marc Molinaro

A Republican county executive from New York's Hudson Valley is formally kicking off his campaign for governor.

Ontario's Liberal government has rolled out a spending package that targets nearly every demographic while plunging the province back into deficit -- but said the books will be balanced in six years.

Buffalo Sabres

A change to the NHL's protocol for goaltender interference reviews is happening quicker than expected.

Buffalo Bills

Los Angeles prosecutors say they are declining to bring charges against Buffalo Bills receiver Zay Jones, days after a naked, bloody argument with his brother.
 

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has announced what she says is the biggest single investment in mental health care in Canadian history.

Buffalo Bills

Zay Jones' father says his son will be fine, and online jail records show the Buffalo Bills receiver has been released two days after being arrested in Los Angeles following a naked, bloody argument with his brother.

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Ontario's Liberal government says it will expand its pharmacare program, offering free prescription drugs to people 65 and older.

Buffalo Bills

Buffalo Bills receiver Zay Jones has been arrested in Los Angeles following a naked, bloody argument with his brother, Minnesota Vikings receiver Cayleb Jones.

NYS Senate Website

A judge has refused to toss out the charges facing New York's former assembly speaker.

Rep. Louise Slaughter

Calling hours and funeral services are set for longtime Rep. Louise Slaughter, who died last week.

North County Public Radio

Floodgates are being opened at a New York Power Authority dam in Massena to spill excess water from Lake Ontario into the St. Lawrence River.

WRVO News

New York wildlife researchers are taking a new approach to gathering citizen input to guide deer management objectives.

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New government data shows a spike in opioid-related deaths in Ontario for much of last year compared to 2016.

Federal prosecutors

A former Western New York kindergarten teacher has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges.

Sen. Catharine Young

There is a new proposal to overhaul government sexual harassment policies in New York State. The Senate's Republican majority Tuesday announced the measure, sponsored by Olean Republican Catharine Young.

National Public Radio

Nail salon drying lamps help achieve a flawless manicure finish, but they would be regulated under a bill passed by New York's state Senate.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing changes to the state's parole system to help formerly incarcerated individuals adjust to life outside prison walls.

New York State has moved its fall 2018 primary election date back two days so it does not interfere with the anniversary of 9/11 or the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah.

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Former Erie County Executive Joel Giambra says he is dropping out of the Republican race for New York State governor and will run as an independent instead. 

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A lawyer for a longtime confidante and top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo says his client accepted no bribes - or "ziti,'' as prosecutors like to call it.

National Public Radio

New York Senate Democrats are rolling out 12 gun control proposals following the Florida school shooting.

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Jurors in the bribery trial of a former top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo may begin deliberations as early as next week.

John Katko

Authorities say a 28-year-old Syracuse man has pleaded guilty to threatening to kill a U.S. congressman and his family over net neutrality.

Elizabeth Miller / Great Lakes Today

New York State is starting its $75 million program to replace aging septic systems in 31 priority counties.

National Public Radio

Pet stores in New York State would be prohibited from buying dogs or cats from puppy mills and other large commercial breeding facilities under a new proposal in the state legislature.

Erie County

New York State officials say more funding is available for residents facing problems keeping their homes heated this winter.

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The government's key witness in its bribery case against a former top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he participated in bribery schemes with his longtime friend.

Bon-Ton Eastern Hills

Bon-Ton Stores, saddled with debt and struggling with weak sales as shoppers abandon traditional department stores, said Sunday it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and was exploring a sale of all or part of the company.

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