Thursday, September 18, 2014

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Law Enforcement Weighs in on Electric Shock Devices

Law Enforcement's use of electric shock devices has been called into question following the incident involving an Albany County Sheriff's Sergeant administering an electric shock device on an unarmed teen during an arrest. Katie Eastman reports. 09/17/2014 10:53 PM

It's that time of year, when the temperature begins to dip and your heating bill goes up. As Tanja Rekhi reports, now is the time to get yourself set up on a budget plan to avoid what might have happened to your heating bill last winter .

7:21 AM

Local Sports Agent Addresses Scandal Surrounding NFL

It's been all over your news the past few weeks: scandal surrounding the National Football League. But are player conduct issues, really a problem of the NFL? Geoff Redick explored the issue with a local professional sports agent.

09/17/2014 10:41 PM

Capital Region Business Beat: Siena Opens New Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Some of the best business minds in the Capital Region are still in college. Siena College is one business school in the area that is attracting young entrepreneurs. The small college recently expanded its business school by unveiling the Stack Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Jon Dougherty takes us there in this week's Capital Region Business Beat.

Updated 6:36 AM

In The Spotlight


Work in Progress: Social Media Can Impact Job Status

From Facebook to Twitter, what’s known as your social media footprint can have a major impact on landing a job or losing it to someone else. In part four of our jobs series, business reporter Diane King Hall looks at ways someone's life on the Web can impact livelihood.

Updated 09/11/2014 05:10 PM


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Planning Ahead for Energy Costs this Winter

It's that time of year, when the temperature begins to dip and your heating bill goes up. As Tanja Rekhi reports, now is the time to get yourself set up on a budget plan to potentially avoid what happened last Winter. 09/17/2014 07:38 PM


More Than 1,000 Oppose Former Pittsfield Church From Becoming Dunkin Donuts

A petition to prevent the demolition of a former Pittsfield church to make way for a chain donut shop reached more than a thousand signatures in less than a week. Jim Vasil met one of those people, whose connection to that Church continues today like it has her whole life. 09/17/2014 05:40 PM


Congressional Candidate Says Questioning 9/11 Isn't Wrong

Four years after writing a blog about September 11 and how he doesn't fully believe the government's version of what happened, North Country Congressional candidate Matt Funiciello tells Brian Dwyer that he still has a ton of questions. 09/17/2014 05:15 PM


Proposed Fonda Bypass Moves Forward

Proposed routes have been released for a bypass between Thruway Exit 28 and the Johnstown Industrial Park. Time Warner Cable News reporter Barry Wygel has the latest on this big project being planned. 09/17/2014 04:27 PM

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