Civil suit to proceed against opioid sellers, makers

Consolidating cases filed by counties, the state has filed charges holding organizations including Rochester Drug Co-operative, responsible for sparking and feeding an epidemic of opioid addiction and abuse that has taken several New Yorkers’ lives and cost the state and local governments millions of dollars.

Justice in the balance

When inmates who have spent decades in prison for violent crimes come before the parole board, should the seriousness of their crimes outweigh evidence of rehabilitation?

Fighting back

A local case involving a Brighton day spa is part of a broader trend of resistance to non-compete and non-disclosure pacts that try to bind lower-wage workers to their employers.