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The New York State Department of Transportation oversees more than 17,000 bridges across the state. It is responsible for making sure all the highway bridges in the state are inspected following state and federal mandates. NYSDOT inspects its...

The table below shows the high and low temperatures for each date, as well as the highest daily totals for precipitation and snowfall for Rochester since 1870. An asterisk indicates that the record was tied, with the most recent year noted. The...

Crime outside New York City is continuing its downward trend, with crime down 8 percent from January through May compared to the same period in 2010. Crime statewide has dropped steadily over the past 10 years.
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Four of the schools in the SUNY system have athletic programs competing in Division-I athletics. The database below shows an itemized accounting of more than $12 million those schools spent on travel expenses using state issued credit cards....

More than three thousand hate crimes were reported in New York state between 2008 and 2012. The table below shows the number of Hate Crimes incidents reported in each county by individual reporting agencies. Only those agencies that reported...

This database documents the results of beach cleanups in New York state in 2008 and 2009.

State prisons have as many as 8,000 excess beds at their 67 facilities, and the ratio of corrections officers to inmates far exceeds national averages, state records show. A review of population counts and staffing levels by Gannett's Albany...

Nearly 40 years after tough new drug laws led to an explosion in prison rolls, New York State has dramatically reversed course, chalking up a 62-percent drop in people serving time for drug crimes today compared with 2000. Experts say that the...

This is the first-ever compilation of results of sampling of New York lakes, ponds and bays by two state agencies for the presence of the toxins released by cyanobacteria. The naturally occurring organism, also known as blue-green algae, are a...

The Syracuse University men's basketball team first took the court in 1901, and quickly established itself as one of the country's top programs. Syracuse did not have a conference affiliation until the 1979-1980 season when they were charter...

Figures are as of March 2011, were provided by company, agency or organization, and may include both full- and part-time employees.

When police earn overtime, they can take the pay or bank the hours as compensatory time to be taken as vacation or cashed out later, possibly at a higher pay rate. Comp time also is awarded for working a five-days-on, two-days-off (instead of...

For the second straight year, a 911 dispatcher working more than 2,200 hours in overtime was the highest paid employee in Rochester city government. James Felice received more than $80,000 in added wages, ending the year with a total of $133...

The Democrat and Chronicle analyzed deficiencies in the minimum health standards at nursing homes in Monroe County, based on data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services posted in early October. That data is found at Nursing Home...

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