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Volunteers at Congregation Berith Sholom in Troy were busy putting together 350 Christmas dinners for people who otherwise might be forgotten. Tanja Rehki went to Troy to find out more about the Christmas Meals Program.

Updated 5:00 PM

For those in need, Christmas Day can be difficult, but volunteers at the Grace Episcopal Church in Middletown were able to spread holiday cheer. Time Warner Cable News reporter Jessica Chen has the story.

3:55 PM

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Prognosis for Parkinson's: New Speech Therapy Produces Big Results

Many Parkinson's patients feel like they lose their voice -- both figuratively and literally. One of characteristics of the illness is a softer voice and slurred speech. In part three of the series Prognosis for Parkinson's, Katie Gibas shares more about a new kind of speech therapy that's producing big results.

12/24/2014 09:52 AM

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Kids Have Happy Christmas Thanks to Cheer for Children Program

The Cohoes Fire Department is used to rolling out their trucks when something bad happens. But each Christmas Eve, Santa rides shotgun in their fire trucks, and thanks to their Cheer for Children program, they deliver toys to children in need. 12/24/2014 11:00 PM

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