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Potsdam Middle School Teacher Charged with Abuse of 14-Year-Old

Potsdam

Potsdam Middle School Teacher Charged with Abuse of 14-Year-Old

A middle school teacher in the Potsdam School District was arrested and charged with sexual abusing a 14-year-old female. Police are not saying where the alleged abuse took place. The district responded by placing him on administrative leave. Updated 11:10 AM

Cuomo Urges Supporters to Vote for Him on Women's Equality Line

New York State

Cuomo Urges Supporters to Vote for Him on Women's Equality Line

Governor Andrew Cuomo spent Thursday in New York City with running mate Kathy Hochul.
The two were encouraging people to head to the ballot box and vote not just for candidates but also for issues. As Zack Fink Tells reports, they were pushing for women's issues. 9:42 AM

Senior Health and Safety Day

Binghamton

Senior Health and Safety Day

Keeping seniors safe on the road and in their home can often be a challenge. Local officials in Broome County are hoping to take on that task with a special program specifically designed for seniors. Carmella Mataloni has the story. 9:04 AM

Portion of South Salina Street Corridor Gets Rebranded

City of Syracuse

Portion of South Salina Street Corridor Gets Rebranded

Changes are coming to a portion of Syracuse's Southside. New banners are up calling the South Salina Street Corridor "Sankofa the Soul District." As Iris St. Meran explains the new branding not only aims to foster community pride but spark future development as well. 09/18/2014 10:32 PM

Ramsaran Takes the Stand in Murder Trial

CNY

Ramsaran Takes the Stand in Murder Trial

The murder trial of a Chenango County man takes an unexpected turn. Closing arguments were expected to begin Thursday morning. But at the last minute, Ganesh "Remy" Ramsaran changed his mind and took the stand with permission from the judge. Alexa Green reports. Updated 09/18/2014 07:34 PM

Where is the Line Drawn Between Physical Discipline and Abuse?

US

Where is the Line Drawn Between Physical Discipline and Abuse?

Over the past couple of weeks, several NFL players have made the headlines for all allegedly committing acts of domestic abuse. Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was charged with child abuse after physically disciplining his son. But when does corporal punishment become abuse? Cara Thomas reports. 09/18/2014 06:25 PM

Funeral Held for Fallen Pennsylvania State Trooper

Binghamton/Oneonta

Funeral Held for Fallen Pennsylvania State Trooper

Friends and family, along with the law enforcement community, said goodbye to Corporal Bryon Dickson II at his funeral Thursday. The Pennsylvania State Trooper was killed on Friday in an ambush at the Blooming Grove barracks. Updated 09/18/2014 02:25 PM

Dispute Escalates on Cayuga Indian Nation, Shuts Down Route 90

Cayuga County

Dispute Escalates on Cayuga Indian Nation, Shuts Down Route 90

A dispute within the Cayuga Indian Nation spilled out into the street Wednesday. Part of Route 90 in Union Springs was blocked for several hours. State Police and deputies were on hand to ensure the safety of the community. Iris St. Meran explains how this incident impacted one local business. Updated 09/18/2014 11:46 AM

Judge Weighs In on Redistricting Language

New York State

Judge Weighs In on Redistricting Language

In addition to voting for the major offices, voters this fall will decide on whether to approve what lawmakers *were calling an 'independent' redistricting commission. That commission would be tasked with drawing new district lines following the 2020 census. But this week, a judge struck down the word 'independent', saying the commission would not be that at all. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman explains. 5:00 AM

Senate Votes This Week on ISIS Plan, House Approved Wednesday

Washington D.C.

Senate Votes This Week on ISIS Plan, House Approved Wednesday

The House approved a bill Wednesday to allow the United States to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight back against the militant group ISIS. Washington Bureau reporter Michael Scotto was in Washington this week while lawmakers went back and forth on how to respond to the group's violent actions. He has more on their reaction to the move. 09/18/2014 10:04 AM

Cayuga Nation Protest Affects Local Business Traffic

Finger Lakes

Cayuga Nation Protest Affects Local Business Traffic

A dispute within the Cayuga Indian Nation spilled out into the street Wednesday. Part of Route 90 in Union Springs was blocked for several hours. State Police and deputies were on hand to ensure the safety of the community. Iris St. Meran has the story. Updated 09/18/2014 08:55 AM

Behind the Scenes at Restaurant Week

Binghamton

Behind the Scenes at Restaurant Week

Binghamton Restaurant Week has become a staple event throughout the city, with thousands of people dining out for lunch and dinner on a discount. But how much work actually goes into making that delicious food you're eating? Carmella Mataloni got a behind the scenes look in the kitchen of one of the restaurant participants. 09/18/2014 07:40 AM

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