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Gov. Cuomo: We must boost treatment options for addicts in NYS

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Governor Cuomo says he’s determined to turn the tide on the growing heroin and overall opioid epidemic here in New York State. 164 more words


Audit exposes NYRA nonsense

New York State’s Comptroller, Thomas DiNapoli, released an audit of the financial practices of the New York Racing Association.  He concluded that NYRA “continues to produce multi-million dollar annual deficits in its racing operations,” and that continuing this trend means that “NYRA’s long-term solvency could be a long shot.” 875 more words

Political/Social Commentary

Audit: NYC Subway Riders Spend More Time Waiting For Trains

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The amount of time New York City subway riders spend waiting between trains is getting longer, according to an audit by the office of state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. 297 more words


Despite de Blasio's Claims of Progress, Cuomo Insists Homelessness 'Getting Worse'

Gov. Andrew Cuomo insisted the city’s homelessness crisis is continuing to worsen because of the “mismanagement” of his nemesis, Mayor Bill de Blasio—despite a spate… 704 more words

News & Politics

Auditors Fault Oversight Of Squalid New York Homeless Shelters

ALBANY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Auditors have reported finding unchecked squalor including rodents, vermin, mold and fire hazards in New York homeless shelters, faulting inadequate state oversight. 480 more words


With Rat Complaints On The Rise, NYC Redoubles Efforts

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — To many in New York City, the rats are winning.

The city’s complaint hotline is on pace for a record year of rat calls, exceeding the more than 24,000 over each of the last two years. 873 more words


NY Comptroller: Wall Street Profits Hit $11.3B In 1st Half Of 2015

ALBANY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — The securities industry in New York City tallied $11.3 billion in profits during the first half of 2015, higher than in the past three years, while also adding jobs last year for the first time since 2011, the state comptroller reported Tuesday. 316 more words