Saturday, October 25, 2014

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Saratoga Springs Police Release Video of Controversial 2013 Police Chase

Saratoga Springs police have released the video they say shows the incident that led to a fatal foot pursuit. Darryl Mount, 21, was involved in a chase with police last summer, was critically injured, and later died. Time Warner Cable News reporter Madeleine Rivera has more from Mount's family on the video.

Updated 10/24/2014 10:51 PM

East Greenbush Students Selling Provacative Selfies to Classmates

Parents in East Greenbush are reacting after hearing about students selling provocative pictures of themselves or their peers. But as Time Warner Cable News reporter Candace Dunkley reports, parents said the school hasn't told them anything.

10/24/2014 08:23 PM

Boy Fighting Rare Disease Promoted to Honorary Troy Police Captain

An 11-year-old Clifton Park boy fighting a rare disease gets the job of his dreams. J.P. Honsinger was promoted to Honorary Captain of the Troy Police Department Friday. Tamara Lindstrom was at the ceremony, and has more on one family's goal to make every day count.

Updated 10/24/2014 10:36 PM

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Jefferson Project Ensures Long Term Health of Lake George

A more than decade long, multi-million dollar partnership formed to ensure the long-term health of Lake George is already making progress, barely a year after getting started. Matt Hunter has a closer look at the Jefferson Project. 10/24/2014 11:12 PM


Albany Business Shuts Down Without Notice, Checks Bounce

A local business with locations in Albany and Poughkeepsie has been evicted, leaving dozens scrambling for a job. FasTrax Raceway has been shut down because the owners didn't pay rent. Time Warner Cable News reporter Tanja Rekhi has more. Updated 10/24/2014 08:51 PM


CPR in Schools Closer to Becoming Law

New York is one step closer to becoming the 20th state to have a CPR in Schools law.
Governor Cuomo signed the bill Tuesday, and it now goes to the State Commissioner of Education. Time Warner Cable News reporter Emily DeFeciani talked to one man who is alive today because of CPR. Updated 10/24/2014 06:24 PM

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