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Do You Know How Many Calories You're Eating?

US

Do You Know How Many Calories You're Eating?

More than two thirds of adults and about a third of children in the United States are overweight or obese. A third of calories people are eating are prepared outside the home - at restaurants, grocery stores and entertainment venues like movie theaters. But most people either don't know or underestimate the calorie counts of that food. As Katie Gibas reports, new FDA requirements will make it easier for people to know just how much they're eating. Updated 5:58 PM

Oneida County's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, Police Seek Public Help

Oneida County

Oneida County's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, Police Seek Public Help

Police agencies are constantly on the look out for criminals who skip bail, miss their court appearances, and are evading arrest. The Oneida County Sheriff's Office alone has hundreds of active arrest warrants. To help whittle down those numbers, they've released a Ten Most Wanted Poster. Cara Thomas explains how effective these posters can be. Updated 5:45 PM

Community Revitalizes Rome's Holiday Decorations

Rome

Community Revitalizes Rome's Holiday Decorations

Candy canes, stars and snowflakes are just some of the decorations you see during the holidays. But in Rome, those decorations weren't on display for some time. Alana LaFlore explains how a group of community volunteers came together to bring those traditions back to the city. Updated 11/24/2014 11:31 PM

Hundreds Attend Annual Buy Local Bash

City of Syracuse

Hundreds Attend Annual Buy Local Bash

The Landmark Theatre in Syracuse was filled with everything local you can think of. The Buy Local Bash is in its fifth year. It gives local businesses an opportunity to show what they have to offer and it's just in time for the holiday shopping season. Updated 11/24/2014 11:23 PM

Through Tragedy, Family Finds Strength in Community Love and Support

Watertown

Through Tragedy, Family Finds Strength in Community Love and Support

For one Central New York family, the past 24 months have been a roller coaster of emotions. Two years ago, Colgate professor Christine LaFave was diagnosed with terminal stage four breast cancer. But as Brian Dwyer reports, old friends, new friends, and now even famous friends have come together to make sure the LaFave family is able to mix in smiles and laughs with the tears. Updated 11/24/2014 10:31 PM

Fracking Could Loom Large in 2015

Albany

Fracking Could Loom Large in 2015

Many have been anxiously awaiting Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration's next step on hydrofracking, and as Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman explains, both supporters and opponents say they'd like to see a decision. 11/24/2014 09:37 PM

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