New York City has a new Commissioner of Emergency Management starting this week. Deanne Criswell was appointed last month, after former Commissioner Joseph Esposito was ousted for mishandling a November snowstorm that crippled the city.

Troy City Council members are out today with a final proposal that could establish the Collar City as a sanctuary city for undocumented immigrants.

Shawn Morse has officially lost his primary to serve another term as the Democratic mayor of Cohoes.

Nursery workers are giving some TLC to seedlings, continuing their journey towards being planted on parkland around the five boroughs. But you likely won’t see the plants at your local playground or ballfield.

The updated use of force policy in the Syracuse Police Department is now in effect. The change follows the release of a video of an arrest that made rounds on social media and rallied many to call for the change.

The owners of ShoppingTown Mall in DeWitt have until the end of the week to pay almost $10 million in back taxes.

New York State Department of Transportation officials will take another look at ways to improve safety on the Onondaga Lake Parkway.

Following the implementation of the city’s new budget – and with it a policy of “dynamic staffing” that closes some firehouses to reduce overtime costs – the Rochester Fire Department chief is reviewing calls for service to see how the new policy is impacting response time.

The city of Niagara Falls wastewater treatment plant is getting some much needed federal aid to upgrade its facility.

Officials in Buffalo expect there will be a significant change in its population in the 2020 census.