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This section displays all of the Fort Drum news articles published in the past 7 days.


Dying with Dignity Part 3: Finances

New York

Dying with Dignity Part 3: Finances

As hard as it was to talk about dying, it's even harder to plan for it financially. In this segment of Dying with Dignity, Katie Gibas explains end of life care costs and how to plan for them. Updated 04/23/2014 08:55 AM

Dying with Dignity Part 2: Preparing the paperwork

US

Dying with Dignity Part 2: Preparing the paperwork

A lot of people think they're invincible, but bad things happen, and everyone needs to be prepared. Reporter Katie Gibas describes why it's important to put those wishes in writing. 04/22/2014 09:18 AM

Local runners react to 2014 Boston Marathon

Utica

Local runners react to 2014 Boston Marathon

On April 15, 2013, the way people see the Boston Marathon changed forever. Two bombs detonated at the finish line, killing three and injuring more than 260 others. But the tragedy didn't keep runners from participating this year. In fact, our Cara Thomas tells us athletes were more determined than ever to finish the race. 04/21/2014 06:31 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

Schumer calls on FDA to revise rule to help breweries

Utica

Schumer calls on FDA to revise rule to help breweries

A partnership between breweries and farmers could come to an end after the FDA proposed a rule that would impact both. Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Husband talked with New York's senior senator about the problem. Updated 04/18/2014 05:19 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

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