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Binghamton U., Police Partner to Boost Downtown Security

Binghamton

Binghamton U., Police Partner to Boost Downtown Security

With more college students living in Binghamton than ever before, officials are taking steps to keep both students and their neighbors safe. Alexa Green shares how a new partnership between Binghamton University and the city will do just that. Updated 4:52 PM

Law Enforcement Day at New York State Fair

NY State Fair

Law Enforcement Day at New York State Fair

Law Enforcement Day is highlighting the second day of the New York State Fair. A number of activities and events are set for Friday. Brad Vivacqua is at the fairgrounds with more. Updated 9:15 AM

Kidnapping Suspects' Alleged Plot Revealed in Court

New York

Kidnapping Suspects' Alleged Plot Revealed in Court

New details were revealed during a preliminary hearing for one of the suspects accused of abducting two Amish girls in St. Lawrence County. Prosecutors said the couple charged in the case referred to the incident as a "shopping trip," with the intention of making children their "slaves." Updated 08/21/2014 08:52 PM

Governor Cuomo Responds to Request for TWC News Debate

Central New York

Governor Cuomo Responds to Request for TWC News Debate

Governor Andrew Cuomo sidestepped questions on Thursday as to whether he'll accept an invitation to debate his Democratic primary opponent, Fordham professor Zephyr Teachout. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman reports. Updated 08/21/2014 08:00 PM

New Legislation Aims to Improve Hospice Oversight

New York

New Legislation Aims to Improve Hospice Oversight

It's a health care option many would prefer not to discuss. But new legislation is taking steps to make sure hospice patients get the treatment they deserve. Tamara Lindstrom shares how. 08/21/2014 06:11 PM

Afghanistan Series: How Technology Helps Soldiers, Families Stay Connected

Watertown

Afghanistan Series: How Technology Helps Soldiers, Families Stay Connected

Technology is helping Afghans, the missions and soldiers do things that were unheard of just a decade ago. As part of a look at Fort Drum's 2014 deployments, reporter Brian Dwyer introduces one soldier who, every night, used everything he could to make sure his daughter knew daddy was okay. 08/21/2014 11:06 AM

Woolf, Stefanik Spar Over Social Security

North Country

Woolf, Stefanik Spar Over Social Security

Two of the three candidates vying for New York’s 21st Congressional District seat campaigned in Jefferson County Wednesday. Updated 08/21/2014 10:50 AM

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