Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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Body Found in Troy Not Connected to Monday's Arsons in Troy

Police said it appears there is no connection between a body found in Cohoes, and Monday's arsons in Troy. This comes after a man's body was discovered at an apartment on Canvass Street that man had clear burn marks on his body. Reporter Karen Tararache has the story. Updated 5:46 PM

BCC Students To Become Downtown Pittsfield Ambassadors

Soon, visitors of Downtown Pittsfield will be seeing ambassadors walking the streets to help improve their experience in the city. Reporter Jim Vasil has more on who they are and when you might be seeing them.

Updated 6:52 PM

Saratoga County Fair Underway in Ballston Spa

The 173rd annual Saratoga County Fair features all the traditional food, music, rides, and animals that families look forward to every year. There are also tractor pulls, a rodeo and demolition derby, but the biggest attractions are the show animals.

4:25 PM

Dozens Rally to Reinstate Lansingburgh High School Coach

A revered local high school coach is without a job after the Lansingburgh School District apparently fired girls soccer and softball coach John Cipperly, without warning. Reporter Geoff Redick spoke Cipperly at Monday's rally.

07/21/2014 11:19 PM


RPI Grad and Astronaut Reid Wiseman Checks In From Outer Space

Reid Wiseman, an astronaut and RPI graduate, checked in with Time Warner Cable News from the International Space Station. Wiseman spoke to reporter Geoff Redick this morning, from on-board the International Space Station.

Updated 07/09/2014 09:44 PM


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Capital Region Economic Development Council Looking to Build Off 2013 Success

The Capital Region Economic Development Council has begun putting the final touches on its 2014 proposal for the New York Works for Business competition. The Capital Region was named a top performer in 2013 and was awarded $82.8 million. Reporter Jon Dougherty has the story. Updated 07/21/2014 06:38 PM


Fultonville Boy Works to Raise Awareness of His Rare Disease

It's a rare, mostly invisible disease that can severely impact a person's life. Reporter Barry Wygel spent the day with a 9-year-old boy in Montgomery County who is taking the fight with mitrochondrial disease into his own hands. Updated 07/19/2014 11:49 AM

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