New York State is home to more than 600,000 dairy cows, which generate millions of pounds of manure.
Now, a new energy project in rural Wyoming County aims to be a model for using cow waste and by-products from food processing to generate electricity.
The newest addition to Buffalo’s skyline has opened its doors.
The 10-story, $300 million Gates Vascular Institute/Clinical and Translational Research Center houses a state-of-the-art surgery center, research labs and a business incubator.
In recent years, donut shops, car dealerships, and doctor's offices have received tax breaks from industrial development agencies in western New York.
Now, a first-term state legislator from Buffalo has crafted a bill to halt such deals.
The apple crop in New York is the second-largest in the country, behind only Washington State. Cherries, peaches, apricots and grapes are also big business in New York.