Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on October 1, 2018
Nine arrested at the Darien Lake Kid Rock concert.
Three were arrested Friday night for fisty-cuffs in the parking lot.
Three others were collared for trying to get into the concert after being thrown out.
None of those arrested were from Genesee County.
40 P W Minor employees returned to work today in a scaled down operation.
Just over half of the workforce was laid off on Friday as the company restructures by idling one of their production lines.
The company has announced it will focus all of its attention on its orthopedic and diabetic footwear lines.
Batavia Police continue to look for the shoplifting suspect who got away clean with a dozen cases of Tide Pods.
The suspect boosted the detergent packets from Tops late yesterday afternoon.
If you know anything, you are asked to call Batavia Police.
A new poll is giving Governor Andrew Cuomo a 22-point lead over his Republican challenger Marc Molinaro in next month’s election. The Siena College poll finds 50-percent of voters support Cuomo in a six-person field for Governor, while 28-percent back Molinaro. Working Families Party candidate Cynthia Nixon has 10 percent support, and the other three minor party candidates have a combined backing of four percent.
New Yorkers will have a record number of female candidates to consider on Election Day. According to the “Times Union” in Albany, there are at least 105 women running for office this year on either the Democratic or Republican lines.
The data also shows many of them are running for public office for the first time.