Friday, August 29, 2014

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Troy Police Making Changes After Recent Violent Crimes

In what he is calling "a tactical response to recent violence," Troy Police Chief John Tedesco says he is putting 20 more officers on patrol, immediately. Geoff Redick was there as the chief announced the plan Friday morning. Updated 5:56 PM

Man Sentenced to 25-Life for Killing Former Nun

The man who pleaded guilty to killing a former nun in Schenectady last year was sentenced 30 years to life in court on Friday. And while Michael Briggs admitted to killing that 82-year-old former nun in court on Friday he took back that statement, saying he did not commit the murder.

Updated 12:50 PM

Rensselaer to Re-Consider Casino Offer to Albany

Mayor and Common Council plan to discuss next steps on Tuesday, following Albany's revenue-sharing agreement with casino license competitor East Greenbush. Geoff Redick reports.

08/28/2014 07:13 PM


2014 Travers: The Tradition (Full Show)

The 2014 edition of Travers: The Tradition features the largest racing partnership in the game, two of the hottest jockeys in the sport, who just happen to be brothers.
The show will look back at the Travers run 10 years ago, a race remembered for it's winner and the weather, and keep watching to see if TWC News reporter Matt Hunter has what it takes to be the next great race caller.

08/22/2014 09:00 PM


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Pittsfield Opens the Mic For Public Comments on EPA's Proposed River Cleanup

The EPA's proposal to clean the Housatonic River of harmful PCB sediment is up for public comment. Residents in Pittsfield had the chance to voice their opinions on the proposal Thursday night in the first of two public comment meetings. Time Warner Cable News reporter Jim Vasil has the story. Updated 3:29 AM

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