Thursday, August 28, 2014

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3 Years Since Tropical Storm Irene Flooded the Schoharie Creek

It has been three years since Tropical Storm Irene flooded the Schoharie Creek and put several towns in the Valley, under feet of water. Geoff Redick went back to the Valley on Wednesday, to see the progress in Prattsville. Updated 5:43 AM

NYRA Celebrates Culture, History of the Spa City

Kicking off the final week of the 2014 Saratoga meet, the New York Racing Association celebrates the culture and history of the Spa City. Matt Hunter has more on the festivities.

08/27/2014 10:08 PM

Capital Region Business Beat: Yankee Trails is a True "Family" Company

Most businesses start small and grow as time goes on. That holds true for a Rensselaer-based travel company that's been taking people places for more than 50 years. As Jon Dougherty found out in this week's Capital Region Business Beat, it also brings new meaning to "family owned and operated."

5:00 AM

Fight for the House: Chris Gibson Profile

In this third installment of the "Fight for the House" series, our Washington D.C. Bureau reporter Michael Scotto talks to Congressman Chris Gibson, who is known for his nice-guy approach to politics.

08/27/2014 11:19 PM

Astorino Makes Second Visit to NYS Fair

For the second time in a week, the Republican contender in the race for governor was making the rounds at the New York State Fair. Bill Carey says Rob Astorino's visit comes as he tries to make an impact and build name recognition.

08/27/2014 07:36 PM


2014 Travers: The Tradition (Full Show)

The 2014 edition of Travers: The Tradition features the largest racing partnership in the game, two of the hottest jockeys in the sport, who just happen to be brothers.
The show will look back at the Travers run 10 years ago, a race remembered for it's winner and the weather, and keep watching to see if TWC News reporter Matt Hunter has what it takes to be the next great race caller.

08/22/2014 09:00 PM


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Crime Rises by 4 Percent in Troy But Has Decreased Over the Past 5 Years

Since April there have been five cases ruled a homicide in Troy. For many, suspicious fires and shootings seem like they've become a commonplace occurrence but authorities say crime over the past five years is actually on the decline. Karen Tararache reports. 08/27/2014 05:33 PM


New Worker Assistance Center Looks To Help Former NARH Employees

A ray of hope has appeared for former employees of North Adams Regional Hospital. The city opened a worker's assistance center, designed to give hundreds of former hospital employees a second chance at getting a job. Jim Vasil reports. 08/27/2014 04:49 PM

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