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WAMPSVILLE

Schools and Day Cares Take Steps to Guard Against Enterovirus

The beginning of the school year can bring lots of sniffles and sneezes for students. And the appearance of the enterovirus D-68 in CNY presents yet another challenge for teachers trying to keep classrooms healthy. Reporter Sarah Blazonis has more on what schools and daycares can do to help stop its spread. 09/15/2014 06:21 PM

A lot of state funding is once again up for grabs, with 10 different regions hoping for a large share of $750 million. The Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Council will soon present proposals for the latest round of grants. Reporter Alana LaFlore has more.

09/15/2014 10:50 PM

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2014 Election Could Be Green Party Breakthrough

After years of being ignored by the media and the major parties, Green Party candidates believe 2014 may be the election cycle where their issues are heard. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more.

Updated 09/15/2014 08:00 PM

Walk Raises Awareness for Food Allergies

From nuts to gluten to eggs, the number of people living with food allergies is increasing. That's why locals organized the second annual FARE Walk for Food Allergies. Reporter Alana LaFlore shows what's being done to help those affected.

09/14/2014 05:47 PM

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

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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BROOME COUNTY

Binghamton Mayor Rich David Outlines 2015 Budget Plan

For his first budget address since taking office, Binghamton Mayor Rich David laid out a spending plan that aims to tackle a number of the city's problems. Reporter Emily Lorsch has the story. Updated 09/15/2014 10:14 PM

ITHACA

Gorge Trail Opens to Eager Walkers

A popular pathway that connected downtown Ithaca to Cornell University was closed by officials due to dangerous conditions. Reporter Tamara Lindstrom was there as the Cascadilla Gorge Trail was once again officially opened to the public. 09/15/2014 08:53 PM

WATERTOWN

Fort Drum Dispatcher to Teach 9-1-1 For Kids

Emergencies can happen anywhere, at anytime, to anyone. But what happens if the only one who can call for help is barely old enough to understand what's going on? As reporter Brian Dwyer explains, Fort Drum is doing what it can to make sure kids know what to do if they need to make that call. 09/15/2014 05:17 PM

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