Winter Storm to Bring Snow to Northeast, Mostly Rain to NYC
New York City is poised to miss the worst of a powerful late-winter storm that will bring heavy snow to areas north and west of the city overnight into March 14.
New York City’s Biggest Snowfall of Season Grounds Flights
New York City and the Northeast had a slushy start Feb. 28 as a storm brought the first significant snowfall of the season to the region, grounding hundreds of flights at area airports.
New York Tesla Workers Launch Campaign to Organize Union
NEW YORK — Tesla workers at a factory in New York are launching a campaign to organize a union.
Schumer Says Micron to Bring Microchip Plant to Upstate New York
NEW YORK — Micron, one of the world’s largest microchip manufacturers, is expected to open a semiconductor plant in New York, promising an investment of up to $100 billion and a plant that could bring 50,000 jobs to the state, the Senate majority leader says.October 4, 2022
New York to Ban Sale of Gas Cars by 2035
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul on Sept. 29 announced that the state will follow California in requiring all new vehicles sold by 2035 be zero-emission, setting in motion the regulatory process to implement a law she signed last year.
New York Suspends Gas Tax for Six Months
New York is temporarily lifting the 16 cents-a-gallon fuel tax for six months as the summer driving season kicks off with record-high pump prices.
New York Appeals Court Dismisses Suit Against Amazon
NEW YORK — An appeals court in New York dismissed New York Attorney General Letitia James’ lawsuit against Amazon over its coronavirus safety protocols and a former employee who led the successful union organizing effort on Staten Island.
New York Works to Expand Road Testing Availability for CDLs
Efforts are underway in New York to enable more people to conduct road tests for commercial driver licenses to reduce a long backlog exacerbated by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
NYC to Impose Vaccine Mandate on Private Sector Employers
New York City employers will have to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for their workers under new rules announced Dec. 6 by Mayor Bill de Blasio.December 6, 2021
New York Faces New Flood Threat Just Weeks After Ida’s Havoc
New York and the U.S. Northeast are facing another flood threat just three weeks after the remnants of Hurricane Ida devastated the region, but the heavy rain expected through Sept. 24 won’t match that storm’s deadly deluge.