NEW YORK - Former New York Gov. George Pataki is expected to testify about how more than 100 sex offenders came to be involuntarily institutionalized eight years ago when they finished prison sentences. Tuesday's testimony comes in a civil trial in Manhattan federal court after six convicted sex offenders sued Pataki and the state.
The road has not always been an easy one, as many described, but determination has helped them achieve their goals and dreams. Agnes McCray was the keynote speaker. She flashed back on her own life before the Act.
Mayoral Candidate and Common Councilor Pat Hogan says Syracuse needs to watch out that it doesn’t go the way of bankrupt Detroit. Hogan released a series of ideas today to raise revenue, create jobs and consolidate government to get the city on better financial footing.