Oswego, NY – A Syracuse University political science professor, who closely followed the bitter special election to fill Northern New York's 48th State Senate seat, says a bid by the republican who vacated the seat to retake it this November might backfire. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke with Grant Reeher.
Oswego, NY – Public higher education in New York will suffer under a hiring freeze imposed by Governor Paterson. That's according to the head of the labor union representing 35,000 State University of New York faculty members. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke with U-U-P President Phillip Smith about the "freeze."
( Phillip Smith is a Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology at Upstate Medical University Hospital in Syracuse)
Oswego, NY – A central New York based National Guard unit will be spending the next 10 months in Afghanistan. Not only will the troops be training local police forces but they are also dealing with being overseas and away from home.
WRVO's Jason Smith reports.
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Oswego, NY – A recentmedicaid fraud probe conducted by the NYS Attorney General's Office resulted in charges leveled agains dozens of patient, aides, nurses and home health agency administrators. The State Association of Healthcare Providers Inc. says one way to weed-out fraud is to establish a centralized registry for certified home-care workers. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke with the association's Executive Vice-President Christy Johnston about the issue.