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Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse is one of eight hospitals in the state designated to treat Ebola patients. Although officials do caution it is highly unlikely they will ever have to, they are still making preparations. Iris St. Meran sat down with the hospital's CEO to discuss how they're getting prepared.

Updated 10/21/2014 09:27 PM

Community-police relationships can be tense, particularly when a community challenges decisions made by law enforcement. That's why, as Katie Gibas reports, pastors and ministers announced a new partnership with Syracuse police to create a dialogue before a tragedy occurs.

Updated 10/21/2014 05:52 PM

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Astorino and Cuomo Court New York's Latino Voters

The Republican candidate for governor courted Latino voters Tuesday in New York City, which comes after Gov. Cuomo took a trip to Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Time Warner Cable News reporter Zack Fink has more.

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Jackie's Law Aims to Prevent GPS Stalking

Shortly before she was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, Jackie Wisniewski found a GPS system on her car that he'd used to monitor her. A new law named for the Erie County woman went into effect Tuesday. Sarah Blazonis has more on the forms of electronic tracking it makes illegal and what's still allowed under the law. Updated 10/21/2014 06:49 PM


A Close Up Look at the Largest LED Chandelier in the World

Beautiful architecture and design can be found in almost every room at the Stanley Theater, but there's one decoration that tops all the rest. Above the balcony hangs a one of a kind chandelier. Cara Thomas has the story behind this extravagant light fixture. Updated 10/21/2014 09:56 PM

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