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COOPERSTOWN

Fans Line Up for National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

The day baseball fans look forward to all year finally arrived Sunday. The National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown is holding its annual induction ceremony. Reporter Alana LaFlore spoke to some fans who traveled to see the ceremony. Updated 07/27/2014 07:50 PM

U.S.-Mexico Border Volunteers Plead for Compassionate Solution

The humanitarian crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border shows little sign of ending. Sacred Heart Church in McAllen has become a makeshift shelter as undocumented families continue on their uncertain journey. Reporter LeAnn Wallace has that story from the Rio Grande Valley.

07/27/2014 05:12 PM

Farm Sees Success with Raw Milk Sales

You're probably used to making choices between whole and skim, but have you ever tried raw milk? Advocates say it has major nutritional benefits, while health groups warn about its dangers. Sarah Blazonis reports.

07/26/2014 04:57 PM

Excitement Ahead for Baseball Hall of Fame Induction in Cooperstown

It's the busiest weekend of the year for Cooperstown. The National Baseball Hall of Fame is holding its annual induction on Sunday. And excited fans are heading in from all over for a weekend of fun, food and fame. Alana LaFlore shares how local businesses are benefitting from the influx.

07/26/2014 07:29 PM

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Unsolved But Not Forgotten: Who Killed Deborah Rumsey?

For five years, a Tompkins County family has been searching for answers. As reporter Tamara Lindstrom shares, finding out what happened to Deborah Rumsey in her Enfield home is a quest her family will never give up.

Updated 07/24/2014 01:38 PM

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BINGHAMTON

Monterey Shock Incarceration Correctional Facility Closes Its Doors

The Monterey Shock Incarceration Correctional Facility officially closed its doors this weekend. Leaders and residents in the Southern Tier spent a year fighting to keep it open. Reporter Crystal Cranmore explains why some people in the Southern Tier said the facility's closure is a big mistake. Updated 7:50 AM

NORTH COUNTRY

Athletes Battle Weather at Lake Placid Ironman

Athletes at Lake Placid's Ironman Triathlon battled the elements on the way to the finish line. Competitors had to deal with a rainy Sunday as they swam, biked, and ran their way through the course. Reporter Matt Jarchow says even though weather had an impact on the race, it didn't keep athletes and fans away. Updated 07/27/2014 03:28 PM

BROOME COUNTY

Summer Food Program Having Successful Year

A program that provides lunches to children in the summer has served hundreds of kids during its first month. There's still another month left in the program. 7:36 AM

SACKETS HARBOR

Sackets Harbor Prepares for Renovations

One North Country village that many already consider beautiful will soon undergo a facelift. Reporter Elizabeth Jeneault details what's in store for Sackets Harbor over the next two and a half years. Updated 07/27/2014 06:51 PM

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