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State of emergency declared in New York

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Today’s wintery weather has prompted Gov. Andrew Cuomo to declare a state of emergency for all of New York State. The storm, which is forecast to dump between 8 and 12 inches on the Capital Region by this evening, is also bringing ice and freezing rain to downstate communities. “This is a significant winter storm impacting all regions of the state and we are taking all necessary steps to keep New Yorkers safe,” Cuomo said ...

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