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It was a violent year for Troy, and Gabriel Vega's arrest for Vanessa Milligan's death makes six in a total of six murders solved in the city. Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Eastman spoke to leaders and residents in Troy to get their reaction to this latest arrest.

10/22/2014 08:54 PM

On The Issues: Cuomo and Astorino on Social Issues

In part three of our week-long series showcasing the issues in the governor's race, Time Warner Cable News reporter Josh Robin takes a look at some of the social issues that have been headliners.

10/22/2014 09:35 PM

Albany Teen Charged With Bringing Loaded Handgun to School

Two security guards are being fired and a student is facing criminal charges after police said he brought a loaded gun on to campus. The incident took place Tuesday afternoon at Abrookin Career and Technical Center. Tamara Lindstrom has the details.

Updated 10/22/2014 09:49 PM

Pro-Gun Population Up in Arms Over Pistol Permit Application

There's a reason we create passwords for our own social media accounts: it's because certain parts of those accounts are private. But what if a police station asked for your Facebook password, on your application to own a gun? That's apparently what happened in one local city. Geoff Redick has more from Watervliet.

Updated 10/22/2014 10:12 PM

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Barge Canal Listed on National Register of Historic Places

A local landmark is receiving some national attention. The New York State Barge Canal was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Tanja Rekhi takes a trip through history and explains what the distinction means. Updated 10/22/2014 10:23 PM

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Schenectady School Officials Work to Get Controversial Facebook Page Taken Down

A series of videos posted to Facebook of fights happening between Schenectady city school students is raising eyebrows in the community. The Facebook page is called "Schenectady Fights" and school officials are working with the social media site to get those videos taken down. Madeleine Rivera has the story. Updated 10/22/2014 06:55 PM

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