Too many New Yorkers are tired of saying goodbye to family and friends who can no longer afford to call this state home. The high taxes, excessive regulations, and corruption in state government are causing more people to flee New York faster than any other.

New Yorkers deserve better and home is worth fighting for. That's why New York State Exposed exists.

NY prisons confront national challenge of smuggling… by drone

NY prisons confront national challenge of smuggling… by drone

NYS Exposed: Seattle's minimum wage: What are the lessons for New York State?

NYS Exposed: Seattle's minimum wage: What are the lessons for New York State?

NYS Exposed: Changes coming to recreational marijuana laws in NY?

NYS Exposed: Fracking waste dumped in Finger Lakes landfill

Private colleges say too many strings attached to new state tuition assistance, opt out

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Lawmakers approve bill to extend cancer coverage to volunteer firefighters

As the state legislative session nears an end, lawmakers continue to work through a number of bills...

NYS Exposed: Another new Thruway stop re-opens after extra round of construction

We are heading directly into the busy summer tourism season and that might mean you'll be traveling down the Thruway to go on vacation...

Rochester schools seek new direction, outside help, for special education

Rochester school system leaders declared the district has begun reforms to its special education programs after an independent report that documented widespread inadequacies...

NYS Exposed: Town faces higher taxes, no carnival. Hopes for new law to restore raffle

Leaders in the Genesee County Town of Stafford say, yes, they are now seeing the bigger tax bills they predicted because the town's fire department car raffle fundraiser has been banned by the state...

NYS Exposed: Dealing with upstate's aging population

We talk a lot about "brain drain" -- when young people leave the area to take jobs elsewhere. That has left upstate New York with  a "graying population."...


NYS Exposed: Cuomo energy plan brings support, questions

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s plans to require more of the state’s electricity come from green sources brought cheers but also skepticism...

Prominent charter school success story confronts accusations of controversial connections

Popular charter school success story Rochester Academy denied it had any links to a controversial Turkish religious leader and political movement, even as representatives for the Turkish government declared them connected...

NYS Exposed: Bad Attendance

When the alarm clock went off this morning, you got up, got to work and did your job because that's what you're paid to do...

NYS Exposed: Closed in 2011, state hasn't been able to sell Butler Correctional Facility

In the rural community of Red Creek, the opportunities for job growth are sparse...

NYS Exposed: Why is the Canal Corp giving away money to something not on the canal?

One of our viewers was flipping through his Geva Theater program when something caught his eye. It was a name tucked in the list of donors for Geva's recent $10 million renovation...

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