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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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Lewis County Dairy Farmers Celebrated at Cream Cheese Festival

Leaders are proud to brag that there are more cows in Lewis County than people. That's because they consider the dairy industry incredibly important to their local economy. That industry was celebrated during the annual Cream Cheese Festival Saturday. Elizabeth Jeneault reports.

09/20/2014 05:51 PM

First In Foundation Holds Inaugural Responders' Run

They're often the first ones on the scene of emergencies. Now, a new not-for-profit aims to lend a hand to members of police, fire, and EMS services in their times of need. Sarah Blazonis reports about the First In Foundation and its first major fundraiser.

09/20/2014 05:32 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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Efforts in Amish Kidnapping Investigation Recognized

Those who helped get the suspected kidnappers of two young Amish girls behind bars last month were thanked for their efforts in St. Lawrence County Friday. The event was held just one day after additional federal charges were filed against the suspects. Reporter Elizabeth Jeneault has the details. 09/19/2014 11:10 PM


Wanderers' Rest Animal Shelter Disputes Euthanization Claims

A tipster alleged dogs' bodies were disposed of illegally at Wanderers' Rest in Canastota. They also accused the shelter of euthanizing animals that should be kept alive. Reporter Candace Hopkins sat down with officials at the shelter, and has their side of the story. 09/19/2014 08:48 PM


SU Students of Color Rally for Changes on Campus

The administration at Syracuse University is getting an ear full from students. For the second time this week, students rallied on campus. Friday, the concerns came from students and alumni of color who feel like their voices aren't being heard. As reporter Iris Saint Meran explains, they have a list of demands they're asking the chancellor to review. 09/19/2014 10:10 PM

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