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The origin of Easter symbols

New York

The origin of Easter symbols

For Christians, Easter is the day Jesus rose from the dead, a story that has nothing to do with many of the symbols we associate with the holiday in the modern age, like bunnies and eggs. 7:49 PM

Hectic Easter shopping season forces shoppers to get creative

New York

Hectic Easter shopping season forces shoppers to get creative

Clothing, toys and candy are flying off the shelves nationwide. The National Retail Federation predicts that Americans will spend $15.9 billion on Easter good this year. With the average person expected to shell out $137, some items are selling out, forcing shoppers to dig and get creative. Time Warner Cable News Reporter Vita McHale has more. 6:09 PM

NNY families cope with flooding on Easter

Gouverneur

NNY families cope with flooding on Easter

For some people who live along the Black Lake in St. Lawrence County, this year's Easter was quite different from the rest. Our Elizabeth Jeneault has more on how people there are dealing with continued flooding. 3:43 PM

Syracuse driver crashes into his own home

City of Syracuse

Syracuse driver crashes into his own home

Police were called to the home around 5:30 a.m. Officers said the driver, 23-year-old Henry Bradley left the scene and was arrested a block away. 12:50 PM

Caring for Easter plants

New York

Caring for Easter plants

Whether you're celebrating Easter at home or away with family and friends, many people will be decorating with plants. But what's the best kind and what can you do to keep them alive after the holiday? Our Candace Hopkins shares some simple tips. 04/19/2014 09:29 PM

Two-time olympic medalist returns to Lewis County

Lewis County

Two-time olympic medalist returns to Lewis County

Lewis County neighbors had the chance to meet a two-time olympic medalist Saturday who had a special story to share. Our Elizabeth Jeneault joined fans as Andrew Weibrecht returned to the Tug Hill. 04/19/2014 09:24 PM

What's behind Easter's changing date

International

What's behind Easter's changing date

Many religions mark holidays that play important parts in their faith but don't fall on the same date year after year. Easter is one of them. Our Sarah Blazonis tells us what factors are behind setting the date. Updated 04/19/2014 04:37 PM

Senate Democrats and Klein Remain on Different Pages

Albany

Senate Democrats and Klein Remain on Different Pages

IDC leader Jeff Klein and Democrats were supposed to meet this week to discuss a possible co-leadership offer, but the meeting was canceled. Time Warner Cable News reporter Zack Fink has the latest. 04/18/2014 09:36 PM

All Things Oz Museum needs help fixing new building

Chittenango

All Things Oz Museum needs help fixing new building

Changes are coming on the yellow brick road in Chittenango. Wizard of Oz fans will notice the popular museum has relocated. It's new space is just next door. As our Iris St. Meran tells us, the museum is in desperate need of donations in order to get the new space renovated. Updated 04/18/2014 09:14 PM

Christians observe Good Friday

New York

Christians observe Good Friday

April 18, 2014 marks Good Friday for this year, the day Christians commemorate Jesus Christ's crucifixion and death. 04/18/2014 06:50 PM

Bill would allow kids to manage diabetes in class

Southern Tier

Bill would allow kids to manage diabetes in class

If your child was missing an hour a day worth of school, you might get pretty upset. And that's the reality for the thousands of kids with Type 1 Diabetes who have to go to the nurse's office to have their blood sugars checked and insulin injected. As our Katie Gibas reports, a 10-year-old is fighting for a bill that would keep kids in class. Updated 04/18/2014 05:19 PM

Your Hometown: Central New Yorkers' role in film's beginnings

City of Syracuse

Your Hometown: Central New Yorkers' role in film's beginnings

When you think of film production and blockbuster hits, most people think of Hollywood.
There have been some movies made in Syracuse and others based on people who are from around here. Many don't know the area's other connection to film. In this edition of Your Hometown, our Iris St. Meran tells us how a number of Syracuse natives contributed to the start of motion pictures. 04/18/2014 03:26 PM

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