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NORTH SYRACUSE

AAA Says Teens Need More Driving Education

The American Automobile Association says fewer teens are getting the proper education to prepare them for driving. AAA recently released a study encouraging parents to do a better job preparing teens for the roads. Brad Vivacqua reports. Updated 7:56 AM

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Oprah Winfrey Writes $100,000 Check to The Mary Nelson Youth Center

Dreams are coming true for the founder of a Syracuse Community Center, in a way she never anticipated. Mary Nelson has dreamed of building basketball courts next to her facility, but didn't have the money to do so. As reporter Iris St. Meran explains, a special visit from media mogul Oprah Winfrey changed all of that.

Updated 09/29/2014 10:35 PM

Two Killed, One Seriously Injured in Granby Crash

A FedEx truck hit an oncoming car, and both vehicles went off the road, into a pond. The drivers died at the scene and a passenger was trapped in the car partially underwater.

Updated 09/29/2014 09:30 PM

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WHITESBORO

Whitesboro Basketball Team Fundraises with Flamingos

Lawn flamingos aren't your typical fall decoration but they're popping up all over Whitesboro. Our Alana LaFlore tells us how they're helping some local athletes flock to new horizons. 09/29/2014 11:18 PM

CITY OF SYRACUSE

Students Past and Present Say New Studios at Newhouse Were a Long Time Coming

A full soundstage, digital workflow integrating studio, and virtual studio with a green screen are just some of the features of the newest addition to SU's Newhouse School. Reporter Sarah Blazonis talked to students and alumni who said the changes were a long time coming. Updated 09/29/2014 08:01 PM

WATERTOWN

Group Prepares to Protest Planned Closure of Sheltered Workshops

One North Country foundation is doing everything it can to prevent the developmentally disabled from having their jobs taken from them. Reporter Elizabeth Jeneault explains how the Northern New York Autism Foundation is gearing up to protest the state's planned closure of sheltered workshops. 09/29/2014 06:29 PM

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