Thursday, April 24, 2014


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The proposal for a convenience store and gas station in East Utica has been controversial among neighbors. People against the proposed Stewart's Shop on Culver Ave. say that area is mostly residential and homeowners want it to stay that way.

04/23/2014 10:58 PM

An Oneida County legislator is suing the board and county over how committee members are chosen. Democratic Minority leader Frank Tallarino says recent appointments distort the balance between Democrats and Republicans.

04/23/2014 10:48 PM

Oneida County school district embraces Common Core

For many school districts in New York State, the Common Core has been a burden. Teachers, parents and students have protested the new standards, with many students refusing to take the tests. One Oneida County district is embracing the change instead. Cara Thomas shows us how they've incorporated the common core.

Updated 04/23/2014 06:24 PM

Businessmen honored for bringing AHL hockey to Mohawk Valley

It's been an exciting year for the city of Utica and the Mohawk Valley. New businesses and jobs are on their way and new forms of entertainment are at residents' fingertips. The new Utica Comets franchise is one of the area's most popular additions. Tuesday, the two men responsible for bringing in the team were honored. Cara Thomas says they faced a number of challenges, but for them, it was all worth it.

04/22/2014 06:14 PM


Dying with Dignity Part 3: Finances

As hard as it was to talk about dying, it's even harder to plan for it financially. In this segment of Dying with Dignity, Katie Gibas explains end of life care costs and how to plan for them.

Updated 04/23/2014 08:55 AM


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Broome County firefighters put out call for volunteers

It's crucial for fire departments to be fully staffed, and the Recruit NY efforts hopes to do just that. Carmella Mataloni explains how local departments plan to encourage others to volunteer. Updated 7:12 AM


Colton man builds car that gets 200 miles per gallon

He created a car that gets more than 200 miles per gallon, and in one weekend made a motorcycle that averages 115 miles per gallon. When it comes to his home, he keeps his lights on despite being off the electrical grid. Reporter Matt Jarchow has the story. 04/23/2014 06:37 PM ClientIP:,, UserAgent: CCBot/2.0 ( Profile: TWCSAMLSP Data Source: nHib. Cache Key ts_staNews10_sec1001_reg_1048 (6ff8e50863c99ae52b14d1a647b6d345) hit