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Afghanistan Series: 3rd Brigade Makes a Difference in Final Deployment

New York

Afghanistan Series: 3rd Brigade Makes a Difference in Final Deployment

Despite uncertainty with the presidential election, the Afghans and Fort Drum soldiers did exactly what they needed to as 8 million Aghan citizens cast ballots without major interference. Reporter Brian Dwyer begins a five-part series on the unit's last deployment. Updated 8:15 AM

Butter Sculpture to Kick Off Fair Festivities for 2014

NY State Fair

Butter Sculpture to Kick Off Fair Festivities for 2014

It's one of the many wonders of the New York State Fair, but it's the only one you can see before the gates even open! The butter sculpture will be unveiled later this morning and TWC News has your chance to watch it live. Before the big reveal, learn all about the exhibit with our Brad Vivacqua. 7:17 AM

Gas Getting Cheaper in Southern Tier

Broome County

Gas Getting Cheaper in Southern Tier

Now may the time to fill up the gas tank as gas prices continue to decline in the Southern Tier. Carmella Mataloni found out why. 6:10 AM

Neighbors Support Potential Missile Defense Site on Fort Drum

Carthage

Neighbors Support Potential Missile Defense Site on Fort Drum

An open house designed to give North Country residents a chance to voice their opinion on
the potential arrival of a missile defense site on Fort Drum drew dozens Tuesday. The post is one of four being considered for an East Coast location. Elizabeth Jeneault explains what neighbors think about the idea. Updated 4:44 AM

Syracuse Police Address Claims of Brutality by Officers

City of Syracuse

Syracuse Police Address Claims of Brutality by Officers

People got a chance to speak with Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler after his department has come under fire in recent weeks. There have been two separate accusations of brutality that are under investigation. 08/19/2014 10:15 PM

Why the Ballot Will Look More Crowded in November

Albany

Why the Ballot Will Look More Crowded in November

There are going to be a lot of choices for voters this fall when they head out on Election Day. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more on why the general election ballot is unusually crowded this year. 08/19/2014 10:00 PM

Syracuse Mayor Doesn't Plan on Revising Use of Force Policy

City of Syracuse

Syracuse Mayor Doesn't Plan on Revising Use of Force Policy

After what happened in Ferguson, Mayor Stephanie Miner said the city of Syracuse has policies in place to flag early warning signs so they can deal with any potential issues between police and the community before they grow too large. 08/19/2014 09:43 PM

Remembering the Work of Margaret Bourke-White

City of Syracuse

Remembering the Work of Margaret Bourke-White

At Syracuse University's Art Galleries, a collection of photos is drawing attention. They are photos captured by Margaret Bourke-White. The renowned photographer left her collection of negatives and papers with SU's Bird Library upon her death in 1971. Reporter Bill Carey has the story. 08/19/2014 08:20 PM

Teachers Prep to Incorporate Common Core at SUNY Cortland

Cortland

Teachers Prep to Incorporate Common Core at SUNY Cortland

The effects of Common Core standards in New York schools are still hotly debated. But like them or not, teachers across the state are getting ready to implement them for the new school year. Experts at SUNY Cortland are helping to ease the transition to the new way of teaching. Tamara Lindstrom explains how. 08/19/2014 07:07 PM

Corning Students Work on New Mural at Denison Park

Corning

Corning Students Work on New Mural at Denison Park

Students in the Corning Painted Post School district have been working hard on a new project to beautify the neighborhood. Reporter Crystal Cranmore points out, it's also helping to shape a new generation of leaders. 08/19/2014 06:50 PM

Couple Who Brought Kidnapping Victims Home Reunites with Girls, Family

Central New York

Couple Who Brought Kidnapping Victims Home Reunites with Girls, Family

Pam and Jeff Stinson said the girls were cold and hungry and needed to go home. The Stinsons met with the Amish family for the first time on Tuesday since bringing the girls back safely. Reporter Matt Jarchow spoke with the Stinsons about that reunion and when they found the girls. Updated 08/19/2014 06:03 PM

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