Monday, September 22, 2014

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As people swung their racquets Sunday, they were also helping fight breast cancer. The Carol M. Baldwin Cancer Research Fund held its inaugural "Serving for the Cure" tennis tournament in Verona. Reporter Alana LaFlore shows how it will help those battling breast cancer.

09/21/2014 07:17 PM

Making the transition from a life of active duty in the military back into civilian life can be challenging for servicemen and women. Reporter Sarah Blazonis has the details about a Central New York group working to make the switch a little easier with some help from the community.

09/21/2014 02:48 PM

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Higher Vaccine Exemptions in Private School, Kids More Susceptible to Disease

More parents are choosing not to immunize their children. And because of that, we're seeing a rise in vaccine-preventable infections, like pertussis and measles. Reporter Katie Gibas spoke with the doctor at Upstate Medical University who authored a study looking to see if certain communities or specific types of schools had higher exemption and infection rates.

Updated 09/20/2014 10:50 AM

North Country Teachers Fundraise to Help Send Kids to Music Camps

For many children, music is a creative outlet that allows them to enjoy school. That's why a group of teachers in the North Country are trying to help kids get more of that education. Reporter Elizabeth Jeneault explains how they raised funds to do just that Sunday.

09/21/2014 05:55 PM

Tipsters Discuss Alleged Euthanization Practices at Wanderers' Rest

Photos were taken at Wanderers' Rest in Canastota, by someone alleging the shelter is euthanizing undeserving animals. In an earlier story, TWC News covered the shelter's response to those claims. But now, reporter Candace Hopkins spoke with the tipsters themselves.

Updated 09/21/2014 11:30 AM

Cascadilla Boathouse Hides Untapped Potential

Despite landing on the National Register of Historic Places, it's a structure that's remained largely shuttered for decades. But recent efforts are taking shape to revitalize the Cascadilla Boathouse. Tamara Lindstrom takes a look inside the nearly forgotten facility.

09/21/2014 12:44 PM


Boating Accessories: Docks & Lifts

Discover Better Boating includes great boating tips to help you have a more enjoyable -- and safer -- time on the waterways in Central New York.

09/20/2014 05:00 AM


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Apple Picking Season is Here

With it being the final weekend of summer people are ready to take part in ushering fall in. Whether it be apple picking or pumpkin picking there are plenty of activities to take part in across the region. 09/21/2014 05:40 PM


Utica Locals Fundraise for Type 1 Diabetes Research

Type 1 diabetes affects around three million Americans and doctors aren't sure what causes the illness. That's why people hit the pavement in Utica to fundraise for research that could save lives. Alana LaFlore reports. 09/20/2014 05:44 PM

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