Saturday, August 30, 2014

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In what he is calling "a tactical response to recent violence," Troy Police Chief John Tedesco says he is putting 20 more officers on patrol, immediately. Geoff Redick was there as the chief announced the plan Friday morning.

Updated 08/29/2014 05:56 PM

Fight for the House: Elise Stefanik Uses Energy, Ambition in Race for Congress

Elise Stefanik has spent nearly all of her adult life as a Washington-insider, but now, at 30 years old, she is playing the role of outsider, as she tries to win a hotly-contested race to represent the North Country in Congress. Washington Bureau reporter Michael Scotto has the story in part five of his series "Fight for the House.

10:33 AM

Troy Residents Pray for Peaceful School Year

It's been a summer many people in Troy will remember, and not for good reason. A spike in violent crimes and arsons, most of which remain unsolved, have had many residents worried, especially those with children. Saturday, many of those parents came together, hoping for a change. Reporter Emily DeFeciani spoke to them and has more.

Updated 4:45 PM

Senators Schumer and Gillibrand Visit NYS Fair Together

The State Fair is a magnet for politicians. Most of them seeking re-election this year. Two federal lawmakers who are not running this November, still made time to tour the fairgrounds and Bill Carey said the two made the visit together.

1:34 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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Pittsfield Honors 49 Youths For Completing Summer Youth Works Program

It was a day of celebration for nearly 50 Pittsfield kids on Friday as they were honored for completing a summer youth work program. Reporter Jim Vasil shares more about how the program is giving opportunities to the city's disadvantaged youth. 08/29/2014 06:05 PM

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