By Kate Percival
By Dave Bullard/WRVO
SYRACUSE, NY – Governor Andrew Cuomo this week said that though he still opposed the use of marijuana for medical conditions, he's talking to people on both sides of the issue.
WRVO's Dave Bullard says that's leading a longtime opponent of strict marijuana laws to have some home that change will come soon.
By Joanna Richards/WRVO
CAPE VINCENT, NY – In Cape Vincent, Jefferson County, plans for a possible offshore wind power project have brought the small community into internal conflict.
WRVO North Country correspondent Joanna Richards reports that three members of the panel that must decide the fate of the project are leaving.
By Ryan Morden/WRVO Washington Correspondent
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Central New York's two Republican members of Congress support their party's plan to cut the federal deficit.
WRVO's Ryan Morden reports.
SYRACUSE, NY – WRVO's Dave Bullard chats with meteorologist and professor Dave Eichorn about the current heat wave, which could send temperatures into rare territory today: above 100 degrees.
By Joyce Gramza
Oswego, NY – Many municipal clerks statewide say they'll open at least part of the day on Sunday so same-sex couples can get marriage licenses ASAP.
But as WRVO's Joyce Gramza reports, for some clerks, the law taking effect Sunday is a tenure-ender.
Granby Town Clerk Ruth Sheldon is the second clerk in the state to resign in response to the marriage equality law.
By Ellen Abbott/WRVO
SYRACUSE, NY – The museum that holds much of Onondaga County's rich history has reopened.
WRVO's Ellen Abbott gives us a tour.
SYRACUSE, NY – For decades, Syrup of Ipecac has been a staple in home medicine cabinets. It causes people to vomit, which is the first line of defense against an accidental poisoning.
But now, a new state law takes Syrup of Ipecac off store shelves and puts them behind a counter.
WRVO's Ellen Abbott explains why.
SYRACUSE, NY – The committee set up by state legislators to redraw the state's political boundaries got a lot of advice during its public hearing Tuesday in Syracuse.
WRVO's Ellen Abbott tells us that among the advice was a call for the committee to shut itself down.
ALBANY, NY – Governor Andrew Cuomo outlined an agenda for his next six months that's every bit as ambitious as the plan for his first six months was.
WRVO's Dave Bullard says Cuomo's plan boils down to one word: Jobs.