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New York’s Bernie Delegates Say They're Treated Unfairly

It’s supposed to be Hillary Clinton’s convention, but the focus Monday was on her primary challenger, Bernie Sanders, and his delegates, who continue to stew over a WikiLeaks release of Democratic National Committee emails that showed favoritism to Clinton over Sanders.
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(WXXI) Governor Andrew Cuomo has directed a state agency that regulates energy utilities to take steps to lower statewide energy usage because of the hot, humid weather across the state.

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(WXXI) Some say because Hillary Clinton has been a political figure for decades, it's not that big of a deal that her name will appear on the top of the Democratic ticket in November.

Tom Magnarelli, WRVO

(WRVO) The House of Representative’s Science Committee has issued subpoenas to the state attorney generals of New York and Massachusetts over an investigation those offices are conducting into fossil fuel companies including ExxonMobil. 

Payne Horning, WRVO

(WRVO) Pro- and anti-nuclear power groups are making their final cases for New York state to adopt or reject a proposal that would financially support the state's nuclear power plants. A decision on the nuclear subsidy plan is expected from the Public Service Commission (PSC) within the next week. 

Ellen Abbott / WRVO News

(WRVO) New York State Police have announced that over the past few days they have seized 100 packets of what they suspect are synthetic drugs and made five arrests at two convenience stores in Syracuse and one in Binghamton. The suspects will face misdemeanor charges.

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On the morning of April 29, a natural gas transmission line exploded in a field in Salem Township in western Pennsylvania. The blast was so powerful it ripped a 12-foot crater into the landscape, burned a section of the field with a quarter-mile radius and threw a 25-foot section of the 30-inch steel pipeline 100 feet away.

Lindsey Lazarski, WHYY

In a discussion on the first day of the Democratic National Conventions seven mayors from six states agreed that there's a disconnect between local governments and their state and federal counterparts.

Susan Phillips, StateImpact Pennsylvania

It’s not simply activity on the convention floor that make up a political convention. In addition to the speeches, caucuses and roundtable discussions are all part of the DNC this week in Philadelphia. Leaders of environmental groups, politicians and business people gathered at a hotel in Center City Philadelphia to discuss how the Democratic Party could be pressed further to address climate change. The event was sponsored by Bloomberg News.

Trump, Clinton To Stump In PA This Week

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Karen DeWitt

 Pennsylvania is being mentioned as up for grabs in the November presidential election. Both campaigns are showing how important commonwealth voters are by scheduling events this week.

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It’s supposed to be Hillary Clinton’s convention, but the focus Monday was on her primary challenger, Bernie Sanders, and his delegates, who continue to stew over a WikiLeaks release of Democratic National Committee emails that showed favoritism to Clinton over Sanders. 

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