Schumer: No deduction cap in next pandemic-relief bill
The SALT deduction cap has hurt New Yorkers during the COVID-19 pandemic and eliminating it is a top priority for Senate Democrats, Schumer says.
Daughter pleads guilty to deadly attack on mother
Francesca Kiel told the judge she understood she was as responsible for the deadly attack on her mother as her boyfriend, Ralph Keppler, because she aided and abetted him.
4 states added to NY's mandatory self-quarantine list
Travelers from Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio and Wisconsin must now self-quarantine for 14 days upon arriving, while Delaware was removed from the list.
Coronavirus on Long Island: Live updates
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Schools can reopen if infection level is 5% or lower, Cuomo says
Schools can reopen if the regional coronavirus infection level is 5% or lower by the first week in August, but will remain closed if the level rises to 9% or greater before school opens.
Lawmakers set hearings on COVID-19 nursing home deaths
The state Assembly and Senate said it will hold forums on Aug. 3 for upstate nursing homes and Aug. 10 for downstate.
Poll: NYers believe 2nd coronavirus wave on the way
Seventy percent of residents polled prefer the government's priority be containing the spread of the virus even if it hurts the economy, according to a new Siena College poll.
Coronavirus on Long Island: Updates from July 13
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Coronavirus on Long Island: Latest updates
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Visiting can resume at nursing homes, state Health Dept. says
Limited visitations can begin Wednesday, as long as the facility has been without COVID-19 for at least 28 days, officials say.