High out-of-pocket costs may prove to be an insurmountable obstacle for patients seeking medical marijuana. While the treatment has been legalized, the state has not set a price for it, and insurance companies will not be covering it. As a result, people like Angel won't have access.
At Monroe Community College, a conference called Safe at Home aims to help reduce injuries for people with developmental disabilities. Molly Clifford is the executive director of Community Health Strategies. She says, more people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are moving out on their own.
She has overcome poverty, abuse, the illness of a child and years of alcohol addiction, yet remains the epitome of strength. That’s the personal story told by author Lucille O’Neal Wednesday at the YWCA’s Empowering Women Luncheon.
A new survey on what New York consumers think about their finances shows some positives. Although the Siena College survey on consumer sentiment fell a bit in September, Professor Douglas Lonnstrom says in terms of major purchases, a number of state residents did indicate they are interested in buying a home.
A national housing report includes a dubious distinction for Rochester. The analysis by RealtyTrac says Rochester led the nation in the third quarter for the share of so-called "zombie" property foreclosures as a percentage of all vacant properties.
Central New York's proposal for the state's economic development competition includes one project with the potential to create up to 2,000 jobs. Those jobs could go to a part of Syracuse that needs it the most.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been speaking out about the need for national gun control laws in recent days, but Cuomo says he doesn’t know when a key provision of New York’s own gun safety laws will be enacted. Cuomo most recently appeared on Hardball with Christ Matthews on MSNBC.