Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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Multiple Agencies Train for Oil Spill on Hudson

If a train carrying crude oil near the Hudson River derailed, it could be disastrous within the Greater Capital Region. Multiple agencies learned what to do in that situation. Time Warner Cable News reporter Tanja Rekhi reports.

Updated 10:15 PM

Astorino and Cuomo Court New York's Latino Voters

The Republican candidate for governor courted Latino voters Tuesday in New York City, which comes after Gov. Cuomo took a trip to Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Time Warner Cable News reporter Zack Fink has more.

9:46 PM

Jackie's Law Aims to Prevent GPS Stalking

Shortly before she was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, Jackie Wisniewski found a GPS system on her car that he'd used to monitor her. A new law named for the Erie County woman went into effect Tuesday. Sarah Blazonis has more on the forms of electronic tracking it makes illegal and what's still allowed under the law.

Updated 6:49 PM

Bishop Scharfenberger Comments on Recent Synod

For those in the Catholic church, it's called a Synod. A meeting of Bishops in Rome to discuss issues with the Pope. With the two week long event over, Barry Wygel spoke with Albany Bishop Edward Scharfenberger on his thoughts on the news out of the Vatican.

Updated 6:34 PM

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Blighted Schenectady Homes Demolished

Senator Charles Schumer joined Schenectady Mayor Gary McCarthy as the first of nearly 80 blighted homes gets demolished Tuesday. Emily DeFeciani has more on what this means for the city. Updated 6:43 PM

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