A medical policy at the center of a lawsuit filed by a former prison doctor is no longer in effect in state correctional facilities, removing an approval process that allegedly prevented incarcerated New Yorkers from receiving certain prescription medications and adequate medical care.

GENESEO — A vintage World War II-era airplane that slipped off the runway and into a cornfield during the recent airshow at the National Warplane Museum is expected to remain at the museum until repairs can be made.

ALBANY — An attorney representing Gov. Andrew Cuomo fired back Thursday at the assemblyman leading the Legislature’s impeachment investigation into the scandal-entangled governor, citing executive staff’s First Amendment rights to free speech.

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Firefighters from Livingston and Wyoming counties will be honored Saturday during the Western New York Volunteer Firemen’s Association convention in Dansville.

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New Yorkers should provide input in upcoming preliminary hearings, lawmakers said, as commissioners begin to draft the state’s new elective district maps after a round of listening sessions that will continue Thursday.

BATAVIA — Genesee County went from a “county unfair,” last year to a county fair this year, as County Fair Co-manager Rose Topolski said Thursday afternoon.