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CITY OF SYRACUSE

Onondaga Nation seeks international justice for Land Rights

The Onondaga Nation is hoping for local support as it takes its Land Rights Action to the next level. After being denied in domestic courts they're looking for international intervention. Our Iris St. Meran tells us how the community rallied together to support their efforts. 04/17/2014 11:02 PM

Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner is walking away from her role as co-chair of the state Democratic party. Time Warner Cable News obtained a copy of Miner's resignation letter Thursday. Capital Tonight's Liz Benjamin has more.

Updated 04/17/2014 06:37 PM

Plenty of work ahead as Syracuse transforms Fowler High School

It's the changing face of education across the state: struggling schools trying to reopen with a new mission. The Syracuse City School District has three that are facing immediate action. One of them is Fowler High School. Our Katie Gibas tells takes a closer look at how the building will be transformed.

Updated 04/17/2014 05:00 PM

Canton business owners come together

Business owners in downtown Canton say their shops need more focus. A group of store owners have formed the Canton Merchant's Association in hopes of bringing economic development to the village. Our Matt Jarchow tells us how they plan to do that and how the town can help.

04/17/2014 05:58 PM

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Watertown Daily Times, Changing With the Times: Part 4

The owners of the Watertown Daily Times want to continue providing news seven days per week. In part four of Brian Dwyer's series, he learns the future of the industry is up in the air.

Updated 04/17/2014 01:09 PM

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OSWEGO

New Oswego taxi cab law cuts down on criminal drivers

When you call a cab in the city of Oswego some officials say there's a possibility the person behind the wheel could be a violent criminal. It's that realization that prompted leaders to change their licensing law. Now nearly two years after the issue was raised, new limits are finally in place. Our Candace Hopkins explains why the change took so long. 04/17/2014 07:40 PM

FORT DRUM

Fort Drum soldier killed in Afghanistan

Spc. Kerry M. G. Danyluk, 27 of Texas, was serving his second tour in Afghanistan when his unit was attacked, according to the Army. 04/17/2014 08:55 AM

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