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New York Sen. Sean Ryan plans to reintroduce non-compete ban bill

As time was running out for the governor to sign legislation banning non-compete agreements in New York state, the bill’s sponsor felt they had reached a compromise to…

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New NYS minimum wage goes into effect Monday

TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The new year means new laws go into effect across the state. On Monday the New York state minimum wage will rise to $15 an hour. However, many local…

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Independent lawyers begin prosecuting cases of sexual assault and other crimes in the US military

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. military on Thursday opened a new chapter in how it investigates and prosecutes cases of sexual assault and other major crimes, putting…

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Consumer Alert: Suspect mold? Here’s what to do

If you suspect mold, what are your rights as a renter? This is something Consumer Investigative Reporter Deanna Dewberry has investigated extensively over the years. There are…

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I-Team: Cannabis ads on Centro buses spark legal uncertainty due to vague New York laws

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — For about 18 days, Centro ran ads for a local cannabis dispensary on the back of their buses in Syracuse. When the I-Team inquired about legality, Centro…

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Proposed legislation would ban non-compete agreements

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — This week on Empire State Weekly, working professionals and other advocates have pushed for the governor to sign legislation that would ban non-compete…

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Legal experts weigh in on mistrial in cold case murder trial

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Lots of questions remain unanswered, after the trial of Timothy Williams, the accused killer of 14 year-old Rochester girl, came to an abrupt halt Wednesday.…

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How familial DNA plays a key role in trial of 1984 murder

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Timothy Williams is accused of raping and murdering 14-year-old Wendy Jerome in 1984 on Webster Avenue. It took years, and years of working the case to get…

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Cannabis Control Board approves lawsuit settlement: what happens next?

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The Cannabis Control Board voted to approve a settlement for two lawsuits, one of which was filed by NY veterans, claiming that they were left out of…

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VETCON brings veteran entrepreneurs together

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The annual Veterans in Economic Transition Conference works to connect veteran business owners with work opportunities. Anthony Kuhn, VETCON Chair, said…

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