WASHINGTON, D.C. – Kathy Hochul became a member of Congress this week, after winning a special election to fill a vacant seat.
North Country Congressman Bill Owens knows how it feels to have to jump into the job in the middle of a Congressional year. WRVO Washington Correspondent Ryan Morden says Owens is offering Hochul a bit of advice.
ALBANY, NY – The Chairwoman of the Tompkins County Legislature is among those calling for no cap on local taxes without significant mandate relief.
Martha Robertson traveled to Albany for a protest Wednesday.
"We have been raising county property taxes in order to pay for state programs for years," Robertson said. "90% of county property tax levies go to pay for state programs. Those are real bills, not excuses like Lt. Gov. Duffy says."
Oswego, NY – Syracuse is painted red for 30th anniversary of the discovery of AIDS, New York State sues the Federal government over fracking, and Matt Doheny is up for another shot at the 23rd Congressional District. Those stories and Kevin's forecast in today's newscast.