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Governor Cuomo Responds to Request for TWC News Debate

Central New York

Governor Cuomo Responds to Request for TWC News Debate

Governor Andrew Cuomo sidestepped questions on Thursday as to whether he'll accept an invitation to debate his Democratic primary opponent, Fordham professor Zephyr Teachout. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman reports. Updated 8:00 PM

New Legislation Aims to Improve Hospice Oversight

New York

New Legislation Aims to Improve Hospice Oversight

It's a health care option many would prefer not to discuss. But new legislation is taking steps to make sure hospice patients get the treatment they deserve. Tamara Lindstrom shares how. 6:11 PM

Afghanistan Series: How Technology Helps Soldiers, Families Stay Connected

Watertown

Afghanistan Series: How Technology Helps Soldiers, Families Stay Connected

Technology is helping Afghans, the missions and soldiers do things that were unheard of just a decade ago. As part of a look at Fort Drum's 2014 deployments, reporter Brian Dwyer introduces one soldier who, every night, used everything he could to make sure his daughter knew daddy was okay. 11:06 AM

Police Encourage Operation Safe Child

St. Lawrence County

Police Encourage Operation Safe Child

The St. Lawrence County Sheriff said his office has seen an increase in requests for child photo IDs as part of Operation Safe Child. Updated 10:40 AM

Endicott man Arrested on Meth Charges

Endicott

Endicott man Arrested on Meth Charges

Gregory Potter, 32, is facing a list of charges including felony criminal possession of a controlled substance, and the unlawful manufacturing of meth. 10:29 AM

RiverFest at Roberson Offering More Events, Attractions This Weekend

Binghamton

RiverFest at Roberson Offering More Events, Attractions This Weekend

RiverFest at Roberson, formally known as Two Rivers Fine Arts and Crafts Festival, plans to showcase dozens of artists to the community this weekend. The two day festival will added some new events and activities this year. Carmella Mataloloni has more. 8:50 AM

Binghamton Republicans Delay Vote of No Confidence for Teri Rennia

Binghamton

Binghamton Republicans Delay Vote of No Confidence for Teri Rennia

Republicans on Binghamton's City Council have postponed their planned vote of no confidence for City Council President Teri Rennia. The GOP is hoping she resigns after a Democratic email was leaked, asking for political favors from the city's next deputy clerk.
Ted Goldberg has reaction from City Hall. Updated 4:34 AM

State Appellate Court: Teachout Will Face Cuomo on Primary Day

Albany

State Appellate Court: Teachout Will Face Cuomo on Primary Day

A panel of judges rules Zephyr Teachout can continue her primary campaign against Governor Cuomo. It's another victory for Teachout, who has been fighting to stay on next month's primary ballot. Grace Rauh has more from New York City. 4:08 AM

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