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Tabla Prince Ustad Tari Khan Oswego, NY (2011-10-28) Caravanserai has headed to upstate New York with several performances dedicated to the mission of bringing the music and arts of the East to the region. WRVO's Mark Lavonier met with tabla drum master Ustad Tari Khan to find out more about one of the esteemed artists on the road with Caravanserai.
Gillibrand Predicts FEMA Infu$ion Oswego, NY (2011-09-13) Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says chances are better today for passing new funds for the Federal Emergency Management Agency to assist victims of natural disasters in New York and nationwide.
After 9/11: Central New Yorkers remember where they were on 9/11/01 Syracuse, NY (2011-09-09) Most people remember exactly where they were and what they were doing on 9/11/01. Some central New Yorkers reflect.
A conversation with Mark Morabito, who lost his wife in the September 11th attacks Oswego, NY (2011-09-08) Mark Morabito lost his wife, Laura Lee Defazio Morabito, in the September 11th attacks--she was a passenger on American Airlines Flight 11, one of the two planes flown into the World Trade Center. In this interview he remembers the day and looks back at the 10 years that have passed.
9/11 exhibit aims to help people recall the day SYRACUSE, NY (2011-09-09) At Syracuse's Museum of Science and Technology, you can see a small piece of the wreckage of the World Trade Center towers.
After 9/11: The effects of 10 years of war on military families Watertown, NY (2011-09-09) While the changes brought about by the 9/11 attacks have affected us all, the effects have been the harshest for members of the military and their families.
After 9/11: Women work to bridge religious gap SYRACUSE, NY (2011-09-09) This weekend, a group of women will perform several community service projects in Syracuse.
After 9/11: Online world still as unsafe as ever UTICA, NY (2011-09-09) A Utica College professor and expert on online security says we may have improved security in the physical world, but the online world is as unsafe as ever.
Syracuse's nesting Falcons fail to produce babies this year SYRACUSE, NY (2011-09-09) Syracuse is home to a pair of Peregrine falcons, who live atop one of the city's tallest buildings.
Binghamton Flooding"worst" 60-year-old resident has seen Binghamton (2011-09-08) As the Susquehanna River slowly crested on Thursday, some residents of Broome County could do little more than stand and watch the water rise.
Afternoon Newscast 9/8/11 Oswego, NY (2011-09-08) Tropical storm Lee brings more severe flooding to the state. Governor Cuomo tours catastrophic flooding in Broome County. Chenango County is also coping with record floods.
Local Irene volunteer: Catskills "scary" as Lee hampers flood recovery Oswego, NY (2011-09-08) Continued rains are not helping recovery efforts in parts of the state hit by Tropical Storm Irene. John Dowd, an American Red Cross volunteer from Auburn, has been in the Catskills all week assisting flood victims.
Heavy rain and flooding causes schools to close or delay opening Oswego, NY (2011-09-08) Schools forced to close or delay during the first week of classes
Final draft fracking report now out Albany (2011-09-07) The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation released its final draft report on the impacts of hydrofracking for natural gas in the state.
Regional Economic Council Meets Again Syracuse, NY (2011-09-07) The council charged with making a plan for Central New York's economy met again this week.
Ritchie: more state involvement in EEE efforts Oswego, NY (2011-09-02) Amid new warnings about Eastern Equine Encephalitis, State Senator Patty Ritchie is suggesting that the state be more involved in counties' control efforts.
Cuomo launches "Labor for Your Neighbor" storm effort Albany (2011-09-02) Governor Andrew Cuomo has launched what he's calling "Labor for Your Neighbor," to organize New Yorkers who want to help flood victims' clean- up efforts over labor day weekend.
Buerkle holds lively town hall meeting Clay, NY (2011-09-02) The Clay town hall last night was the scene of a spillover crowd as Republican Representative Ann Marie Buerkle held a town meeting.
Gov. Cuomo speaks with Capitol Correspondent Karen Dewitt about storm damage Albany, NY (2011-09-01) Cuomo says he's impressed by New Yorkers "spirit of community", and their "toughness and braveness" in face of adversity.
Gov. Cuomo promises help for those affected by Irene, residents unsure Albany, NY (2011-09-01) Governor Cuomo tours flood ravaged areas with Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano