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Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola, Being Treated at Bellevue Hospital in NYC

New York sees its first case of Ebola. A Doctors Without Borders doctor who recently returned to New York City after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus. Time Warner Cable News reporter Lori Chung has more on how the governor said there's no need for panic. Updated 10/23/2014 11:27 PM

Herkimer County was one of 12 communities recognized by the White House Council for Community Solutions for identifying a need in their area and finding an outcome. As Cara Thomas reports, the county's work to protect children and vulnerable adults could now serve as a model for others.

Updated 10/23/2014 10:28 PM

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Fans Welcome Back Comets at Sold Out Home Opener

Thousands welcomed back the Utica Comets at their sold out home opener Wednesday. It's the team's second year and they're already improving from year one. Alana LaFlore reports how venue improvements and a new roster means the Comets' future looks bright.

Updated 10/22/2014 11:08 PM


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Lockdown at SUNY Canton Lifted After Social Media Threats Against School

Multiple social media threats put a North Country college on lockdown Thursday. SUNY Canton went into a campus wide lockdown as police investigated two threats against the school from the social media website Yik Yak. Matt Jarchow describes the scene both inside and outside campus. Updated 10/23/2014 06:57 PM


Binghamton Police See Increase in Juvenile Crimes

Binghamton police said they're on alert after a seeing an uptick in juvenile crimes on the city's west side in the past month. But officials said that's only part of the problem. As Alexa Green explains, the issue has deeper roots. Updated 10/23/2014 06:39 PM


Two Candidates Vying for Onondaga County Sheriff's Position

After two decades, Onondaga County Sheriff Kevin Walsh will retire. There are two people vying for the open position. Our Iris St. Meran sat down with candidates Gene Conway and Toby Shelley to discuss their intentions for the top law enforcement job in the county. Updated 10/23/2014 11:30 PM

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