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Residents and fire crews fight local flooding

Some North Country residents are experiencing the highest water levels they've ever seen. People along the St. Regis River saw flood water come into their homes Tuesday. However, Matt Jarchow tells us almost as soon the water came, so too did the help.

Updated 04/15/2014 06:31 PM

Jefferson and Lewis Counties begin to see flooding

Officials in Jefferson and Lewis Counties are preparing for the worst as water levels continue to rise. Our Elizabeth Jeneault has more on the impact flooding is expected to have there over the next several days.

04/15/2014 05:40 PM

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Watertown Daily Times, Changing With the Times: Part 2

In part two of Brian Dwyer's series featuring the Watertown Daily News, he takes a closer look at the paper's simple strategy that has made a huge difference in the community for the past 150 years.

04/15/2014 01:03 PM

LIFESTYLES & TRAVEL

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CITY OF SYRACUSE

Oral cancers on the rise, learn your risk

It's a cancer that's often overlooked. But, head, neck and throat cancer cases are on the rise. Advocates are trying to get the word out about the disease as part of Oral Cancer Awareness Month. As our Katie Gibas reports, the disease and treatment have life-long consequences. Updated 04/15/2014 10:53 PM

UTICA

Lawmakers gather community's ideas on curbing heroin abuse

Heroin related deaths across New York are on the rise and state lawmakers are trying to stop the increase. The Senate Joint Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction held a forum in Utica to gather input from the community. Updated 04/15/2014 11:10 PM

CNY

Sniffles, sneezes and sore throats continue as flu makes the rounds again

Just when you thought you were in the clear, the sniffles, sneezes, sore throats and other symptoms of influenza are starting up again. The State Health Department reports 648 people were hospitalized during the first week of April -- more than in January. Reporter Sarah Blazonis reports on what we're seeing in Central New York. 04/15/2014 04:10 PM

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