In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, a shortage of gasoline cans is now the issue, people from New York City and New Jersey coming traveling hundreds of miles to buy them.
Opportunists looking to profit off superstorm Sandy are advertising gasoline for as high as $20 a gallon on the black market after the storm crippled the ability for some tankers to pump gasoline and deliver it to stations in the Northeast... More>>
Good-government groups are asking Gov. Andrew Cuomo to allow displaced voters to cast ballots by affidavit Tuesday at any polling site they can reach. More>>
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says he's investigating hundreds of reports of price gouging of victims from Superstorm Sandy. More>>
Latham, N.Y.- As the gasoline shortage in NYC continues following the aftermath of Sandy the Army National Guard is performed a crucial and challenging task at its base in Latham on Sunday that will help bring some relief to the city. More>>
More than 850 soldiers and 250 vehicles from Army National Grid units from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Massachusetts arrived in New York City at noon on Sunday, prepared to assist with Hurricane Sandy response efforts. More>>
Governor Cuomo announced Saturday that New York State has received $27,792,296 in federal Disaster National Emergency Grant funds. More>>
Governor Andrew Cuomo made sure Monday evening that New Yorkers affected by Hurricane Sandy had their chance to vote on election Tuesday. More>>