Thursday, September 18, 2014

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The Utica Police Department is struggling to fill its ranks and officers are looking for more manpower to help serve and protect the city. Now there's a big push for new recruits. Alana LaFlore shares why they've stepped up their efforts this year.

09/17/2014 09:53 PM

There was something for everyone at the Greater Utica Chamber's Community Business Expo. Thousands of people had the opportunity to see what the Mohawk Valley has to offer in entertainment, services and employment. Cara Thomas reports.

09/17/2014 06:47 PM

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Local Sports Agent Addresses Scandal Surrounding NFL

It's been all over your news the past few weeks: scandal surrounding the National Football League. But are player conduct issues, really a problem of the NFL? Geoff Redick explored the issue with a local professional sports agent.

09/17/2014 10:41 PM

Ramsaran Murder Trial Nearing an End

The murder trial of a Chanango County man is nearing an end. Ganesh 'Remy' Ransaran is charged with second degree murder for the death of his wife Jennifer in December of 2012. Alexa Green was there as the prosecution called it's last witness Tuesday.

Updated 09/17/2014 07:37 AM

President Obama Addresses Plan to Deal with ISIS

President Obama addresses his plan to deal with ISIS. He gave a speech in front of troops at Central Command in Florida. Michael Scotto has more on what the president had to say.

Updated 09/17/2014 03:03 PM


Work in Progress: Social Media Can Impact Job Status

From Facebook to Twitter, what’s known as your social media footprint can have a major impact on landing a job or losing it to someone else. In part four of our jobs series, business reporter Diane King Hall looks at ways someone's life on the Web can impact livelihood.

Updated 09/11/2014 05:10 PM


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Onondaga Co. Lawmakers Review a New Budget Plan

Onondaga County lawmakers are in the midst of their annual review of County Executive Joanie Mahoney's budget proposal. Health issues were on the table Wednesday. Bill Carey says those discussions touched on questions over policies followed by the health department. 09/16/2014 11:12 PM


Congressional Candidate Says Questioning 9/11 Isn't Wrong

Four years after writing a blog about September 11 and how he doesn't fully believe the government's version of what happened, North Country Congressional candidate Matt Funiciello tells Brian Dwyer that he still has a ton of questions. 09/17/2014 05:15 PM


SU Students Lead Protest to Chancellor's Office Over Closed Advocacy Center

Back in June Syracuse University officials decided to close the school's Advocacy Center, which provided services for sexual assault victims. Since then many on campus have spoken out against the decision. They decided to hold a rally Wednesday, Candace Hopkins reports. 09/17/2014 06:54 PM


Ithaca Gains Popularity as Retirement Community

While many people think of moving to the Arizona desert or heading down south to Florida for the typical retirement communities, the Ithaca area is gaining a reputation as a top spot for senior living. Tamara Lindstrom reports. 09/17/2014 06:43 PM

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