Friday, October 24, 2014

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Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola, Being Treated at Bellevue Hospital in NYC

New York sees its first case of Ebola. A Doctors Without Borders doctor who recently returned to New York City after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus. Time Warner Cable News reporter Lori Chung has more on how the governor said there's no need for panic. Updated 10/23/2014 11:27 PM

The state Department of Transportation has released a preliminary cause for Wednesday night's train derailment in Selkirk. Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Eastman has the details.

Updated 10/23/2014 11:12 PM

Legal Expert Explains Gabriel Vega's Rare Abortion Charge

Gabriel Vega has been charged with murder, burglary, and arson for the death of Vanessa Milligan in April. He has also been charged with something rarely used in the state: abortion in the first-degree. Madeleine Rivera spoke to a legal expert, who explained the charge and what it could mean for the case.

Updated 10/23/2014 08:23 PM

UAlbany Student Robbed at Gunpoint in Dorm Room

Some scary moments at a University at Albany dorm Wednesday night. Police say a robber entered a room welding a handgun. Tamara Lindstrom spoke with residents at Alden Hall and has more on their reaction.

Updated 10/23/2014 10:54 PM

Hillary Clinton Endorses Gov. Cuomo

Gov. Andrew Cuomo was endorsed Thursday by Hillary Clinton, and Cuomo did nothing to tamp down the enthusiasm for the former Secretary of State and New York Senator.

10/23/2014 09:30 PM

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Amsterdam Homeless Shelter in Need of Donations

After some help from the city of Amsterdam and Montgomery County, Amsterdam's homeless shelter will be open this winter. But as Time Warner Cable News reporter Barry Wygel explains, the shelter's problems haven't completely gone away. Updated 10/23/2014 05:27 PM


Capital Region Business Beat: Applied Robotics Leaving Its Mark Around the World

You likely get behind the wheel of a car often, but have you ever think of how your vehicle was built? Chances are it was a mix of manpower, robots, and maybe even a little help from a Glenville company that helps major companies around the world build their products. Jon Dougherty has this week's Capital Region Business Beat. Updated 10/23/2014 05:00 AM

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