Batavia, N.Y. (WROC)- Guns rights supporters demonstrated outside of state police headquarters today. They call Governor Andrew Cuomo's landmark SAFE Act an infringement on their rights. "What are commonly owned firearms for most people, have now been turned into 'assault weapons,'" said Mattie Zarpentine, Regional Director of the guns rights group New York Revolution. Governor Cuomo signed the SAFE Act
Buffalo, NY - Governor Cuomo is burning through campaign cash. The Buffalo News reports Cuomo has spent more than $400,000 a day on his reelection bid over the past three weeks. He's spent more than $8 million in October alone. Cuomo still has nearly $16 million in his campaign account. His opponent - Republican Rob Astorino - has just over $1 million
(CNN) - A preliminary test shows a health care worker under quarantine in New Jersey does not have Ebola. The unidentified woman had treated Ebola patients in West Africa. New York and New Jersey now require anyone who has had direct contact with Ebola patients to remain in quarantine for up to three weeks. People who have traveled to the affected
Marysville, W.A. (CBS) - Four students shot by a classmate at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Washington remained hospitalized with serious injuries Saturday as the community struggled to understand the motive behind the attack. Two 14-year-old girls were listed in critical condition at Providence Regional Hospital in Everett, Washington, after sustaining gunshot wounds to the head. Hospital officials identified them as
Rochester, NY (WROC) - There was a dramatic crash Saturday near exit 31 on route 490. It happened just before 1 p.m. Police say a landscaping pick-up truck was traveling eastbound when its trailer jack-knifed. Thankfully, there were no injuries. All eastbound traffic was slowed to a crawl and forced to exit until the scene was cleaned up.