Monday, December 22, 2014


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Broome Co. Officials Believe Domestic Violence Involved in Maine Woman's Death

As the investigation continues into the death of a town of Maine woman, there are signs that domestic violence may have played a role. Shannon Laskaris was strangled at the Nanticoke Valley Trailer Park last Friday, and authorities believe her boyfriend, Michael Fiocco, is responsible. Emily Lorsch has the story.

Updated 11:15 PM

Bath Considering Law to Improve Rental Properties

Deteriorating rental properties have one Steuben County community looking to take action. The village of Bath is considering a new law that would allow all rental properties to be inspected. Matt Jarchow explains why village officials believe the law would help in more ways than one.

Updated 10:43 PM

Copper Theft Leads to Gas Leak in Elmira

Officials in Chemung County say there has been an uptick in copper thefts over the years.
As Crystal Cranmore reports, the latest case created a potentially dangerous situation for dozens of residents in Elmira.

Updated 8:39 PM


Red Cross 2014 Military Real Hero: Sergeant First Class Raymond Presley

Last week the Central New York region of the American Red Cross held its annual Real Heroes Breakfast. It has become a tradition on Time Warner Cable News to share some of the Hero stories with you. Photojournalist Tom Walters shares the story of the 2014 Military Real Hero.

Updated 12/10/2014 02:17 PM


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Casino Owners React to New Oneida Nation Gaming Facility

With more casinos coming to Upstate New York, existing gaming facilities are forced to become more competitive. For Turning Stone, that means opening another gaming facility closer to Syracuse. Cara Thomas explains what other casino owners think of Turning Stone's decision. Updated 6:30 PM


Mattydale Vikings Pop Warner Needs Help After Setbacks

The Mattydale Vikings Pop Warner is dealing with its share of misfortune. First came a burglary and vandalism of their concession stand and club house in October. Then, while dealing with that they found out their funds had been mismanaged. Iris St. Meran spoke with the organization's leaders about what's next and how you can help. Updated 10:31 PM


North Country Agencies Share Lessons from Last Year's Ice Storm

It was one year ago that a major ice storm hit the North Country, shutting down much of the region for days. As Elizabeth Jeneault reports, local agencies are taking what they learned from that experience and sharing it with the whole community. Updated 7:00 PM


Sen. Schumer Demands FEMA Change Flood Maps

The state's senior U.S. Senator is joining forces with the city of Syracuse, demanding FEMA make changes in proposed new flood maps. As Bill Carey reports, Senator Charles Schumer and the city's mayor claim FEMA's maps are wrong. 7:57 PM

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