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This section displays all of the Mohawk Valley news articles published in the past 7 days.


President Obama Addresses Plan to Deal with ISIS

US

President Obama Addresses Plan to Deal with ISIS

President Obama addresses his plan to deal with ISIS. He gave a speech in front of troops at Central Command in Florida. Michael Scotto has more on what the president had to say. Updated 3:03 PM

Last Minute Request to Throw Out Ramsaran Case Denied

New York

Last Minute Request to Throw Out Ramsaran Case Denied

Closing arguments will get underway Thursday morning in the murder trial of Ganesh "Remy" Ramsaran. Court was adjourned Wednesday after the defense did not call any witnesses and was denied a motion to dismiss the case. Updated 2:01 PM

Land Bank That Could Restore Towns Discussed for Mohawk Valley

Otsego County

Land Bank That Could Restore Towns Discussed for Mohawk Valley

Communities across the Mohawk Valley struggle with vacant, abandoned and tax delinquent properties. That's why several organizations are considering developing a six-county land bank. The land bank would take control of those properties and redevelop them. Alana LaFlore reports. 09/16/2014 10:31 PM

Keeping the Momentum in the Mohawk Valley

Herkimer County

Keeping the Momentum in the Mohawk Valley

Three years ago the Mohawk Valley Regional Council came to Albany hoping for funds to help start an economic revival. On Tuesday, they showed the committee how far they've come and how they plan to continue that momentum. Cara Thomas explains. 09/16/2014 04:54 PM

Regional Economic Development Council Competes for Funds

Otsego County

Regional Economic Development Council Competes for Funds

A lot of state funding is once again up for grabs, with 10 different regions hoping for a large share of $750 million. The Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Council will soon present proposals for the latest round of grants. Reporter Alana LaFlore has more. 09/15/2014 10:50 PM

2014 Election Could Be Green Party Breakthrough

Albany

2014 Election Could Be Green Party Breakthrough

After years of being ignored by the media and the major parties, Green Party candidates believe 2014 may be the election cycle where their issues are heard. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more. Updated 09/15/2014 08:00 PM

Walk Raises Awareness for Food Allergies

Oneida County

Walk Raises Awareness for Food Allergies

From nuts to gluten to eggs, the number of people living with food allergies is increasing. That's why locals organized the second annual FARE Walk for Food Allergies. Reporter Alana LaFlore shows what's being done to help those affected. 09/14/2014 05:47 PM

Reward Offered for Information in Pennsylvania Trooper Ambush, Still No Suspect

Pennsylvania

Reward Offered for Information in Pennsylvania Trooper Ambush, Still No Suspect

Pennsylvania State Police are searching for the suspect involved in a shooting that killed one state trooper and injured another. Officials say Corporal Bryon Dickson died from his injuries; Trooper Alex Douglass is in stable but critical condition. Emily Lorsch reports. Updated 09/13/2014 03:04 PM

Aging Infrastructure Causes Constant Water Main Breaks

Herkimer County

Aging Infrastructure Causes Constant Water Main Breaks

Aging infrastructure is a common issue in towns, villages and cities throughout the Mohawk Valley. In the Village of Herkimer, their water and sewer system is on its way out, causing water mains to break on a regular basis. Cara Thomas reports. 09/12/2014 04:15 PM

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