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Oct 30 2023
The FBI, New York’s counterterrorism unit, Gov. Kathy Hochul and other authorities vowed Monday to hunt down and prosecute whoever posted graphic threats citing Hamas and targeting Cornell University’s Jewish students. “If you’re going to engage in these harmful actions, hate crimes, breaking our laws, you will be caught and you will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” Hochul saidThe Forward
Dec 01 2023
Two men have been charged in a South St. Paul fatal shooting last Friday involving an apparent altercation over a bag of marijuana. Andrew Michael Fisher, 20, of Cambridge, and Tre Manuel Iglesias, 22, of St. Paul, were charged in connection to the killing of 26-year-old Avontae Troy King of South St. Paul, Dakota County Attorney Kathy Keena announced on Tuesday. According to an initial pressAlpha News
Jan 16 2023
Hochul faces firestorm from Democrats refusing to support Judge Hector LaSalle to lead New York Court of Appeals
NEW YORK -- A political firestorm has erupted over Gov. Kathy Hochul's nominee to lead the state's top court. Judge Hector LaSalle is facing heat from progressive Democrats who argue he's too moderate, but Hochul is digging in her heels. Just days after being inaugurated as the first woman elected governor of New York, Hochul faced her first big test in trying to convince the state senate notCBS News (Online)
Oct 31 2022
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul’s administration is being accused in a lawsuit of secretly slashing access to specialty doctors — and potentially life-saving medical treatment — for 1.2 million government workers and retirees, The Post has learned.
The explosive claims, laid out in a suit filed in Albany Supreme Court, accuse Hochul officials of illegally ignoring state law when makingNew York Post (News)
Aug 16 2021
Former New York Gov. David Paterson (D) said Sunday that Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) will be well-suited for the job when takes over for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D) following his resignation.
When Hochul takes over, she will be the first woman to serve as governor in the state's history.
In an interview with John Catsimatidis on WABC 770 AM, Paterson discussed the task aheadThe Hill
Aug 16 2021
New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul on Sunday said she aims to create a "completely ethical" administration when she becomes the state's first female governor, following Gov. Andrew Cuomo's resignation stemming from multiple sexual misconduct claims.
During an interview with CBS's Face the Nation, Hochul said she wanted the women who were allegedly harassed by Cuomo to know the "culture willWashington Examiner
Nov 22 2023
A vehicle has exploded at a bridge along the US-Canada border in Niagara Falls.
The FBI described the situation as “very fluid”.
Local media reported that all four international border crossings between the United States and Canada in Western New York were closed following Wednesday’s blast at the Rainbow Bridge.
New York Governor Kathy Hocul said authorities are “closelyThe Telegraph - UK
May 31 2017
Kathy Griffin has apologized for going “way too far” on a performance art project, where she held a model of a bloody, decapitated head, designed to look like Donald Trump.USA TODAY
Apr 12 2022
NY Gov. Hochul rips Brooklyn subway shooting: 'We are sick and tired of reading headlines about crime'
Democratic New York Gov. Kathy Hochul responded to the Tuesday mass shooting in Brooklyn, saying "We are sick and tired of reading headlines about crime."
Hochul made the statement during a press briefing alongside law enforcement officers, hours after a lone gunman injured at least 16 people with gunfire and explosives at a Brooklyn subway station. Hochul took the opportunity toFox News (Online News)
Jan 25 2022
Mask mandates in New York City public schools will remain in effect, Mayor Eric Adams said Tuesday, a day after a Long Island judge ruled against Gov. Kathy Hochul’s statewide mask requirement.
During a morning radio appearance, Adams labeled the ruling “unfortunate” and said the Big Apple plans to maintain masking rules in public schools.
“I believe it’s unfortunate that it wasNew York Post (News)