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There were more than 860 formal complaints alleging sexual harassment at New York state agencies from 2015 through 2017, according to data from the Governor's Office of Employee Relations, which tracks complaints filed by the 132,000 people...

Between 2012 and 2017, more than 21,000 lottery tickets sold in New York yielded prizes of at least five thousand dollars. They ranged in value from hundreds of $5,000 Quick Draw winners to a Mega-Millions winner who claimed $321 million.

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New York just had it's worst week of the flu since the state began tracking the weekly figures in 2004. The week ending Feb. 3, 2018, saw more than 15,000 lab-confirmed cases of influenza across the state, topping the previous week by about 4...

It takes more than just test scores to assess a school’s quality. See how your child’s school stacks up in non-academic measures, or compare all schools by grade level in one school district, county, or the state. For more information on how...

The New York School Quality Index is based on the most recent data (2015-16) from the New York State Education Department's Report Card Database.

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New York's 8,834 locally owned bridges need more than $27 billion in repairs, with more than $20 billion of that in New York City alone, according to a 2017 estimate from state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli's office. How does your county fare?...

National Endowment for the Arts Funding in Dutchess and Ulster counties.

In 2014, New York voters approved the Smart Schools Bond Act, a plan to borrow $2 billion to fund technology upgrades in schools and construct classroom space for growing pre-kindergarten programs.

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New York state's indiustrial development agencies give tax breaks to private companies every year, part of an economic machine that promises to create thousands of new jobs in return. In 2015, the system of more than 100 local, quasi-public...

New York spends $420 million a year -- more than any state in the nation -- to provide tax breaks to films and TV shows in New York. The state began issuing quarterly reports detailing which productions had received these incentives in 2014....

School districts in New York are required to submit about their proposed spending and their proposed tax levy for the upcoming year. The data below shows the figures submitted by each district.

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NOTE: total spending includes conferences, travel costs, food, supplies, membership dues and other services but not the district clerk salary or annual vote. Travel expenses do not include conferences registration fees, just related expenses...

Gap between what is paid and what is owed increases

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Every year, hundreds of U.S. territories, counties, cities, towns and villages – from Alaska to Florida – are compensated for the presence of federal lands within their boundaries. These payments are meant to offset revenue that is lost because...

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