Albany, NY, Jul 08, 2009 — All sides in a month-long standoff in New York's Senate say they've agreed to work out a power-sharing deal from two proposals. They say the conflict could be over as early as tomorrow. Meanwhile, the Senate stalemate is harming local governments around the state, and one county leader has filed a lawsuit to try to get the gridlock resolved for once and for all. Meanwhile, unrest continued in the divided State Senate. Karen DeWitt reports.
(03/12/2014) Hundreds of prison guards, many from the North Country, rallied yesterday outside the Capitol in Albany, demanding that Gov. Andrew Cuomo cancel a plan to mothball four state prisons in July.