Oswego, NY – Incumbent State Senator Dave Valesky, who is pursuing re-election in New York's 49th senate district, reflects on his most recent term of service, his efforts at reform, and argues that despite appearances and real problems, the process in Albany has actually improved. He also discusses his leadership role in the senate, and how citizens might best distinguish between Albany writ large and his own efforts there.
SYRACUSE, NY – Conservatives from around Upstate New York met in Syracuse Monday night to hear likely Presidential candidate Mitt Romney speak. But it was two men who did not speak who drew the real attention.
WRVO's Dave Bullard reports that Rick Lazio and Doug Hoffman have decisions to make, and their decisions could affect the fate of the Conservative Party in the state.
Oswego, NY – This is an archived version of Nature of Things originally aired on September 22nd, 1989.
The appearance of a fall field is described in poetic, yet scientific, detail. The royal purple and golden yellow coloring of flowers and plants are highlighted. Capabilities of the field are also discussed- from the household bouquet to the agricultural significance of the land.
Oswego, NY – Onondaga County reports a case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis in a horse. And Republican Attorney General candidate Dan Donovan defends his position on abortion. Those stories and more in our newscast.
Syracuse, NY – The luncheon included mayors from Albany, Rochester, Syracuse, Utica, and Binghamton. Stephanie Miner, mayor of Syracuse, says it makes sense for the officials to try to bond together to solve common problems.
"Personnel costs. Pension costs. Cuts in aids to municipalities. Dealing with trying to make our education system stronger and better. Vacant properties. You name it, we have it," said Miner.