By Jason Smith, Chris Ulanowski
Oswego, NY – The SUNY Board of Trustees will vote on a 3.1% reduction in spending for each SUNY campus, and SUNY presidents have recommended a tuition increase of $1,090 per year.
WRVO's Jason Smith spoke with SUNY ESF President Neil Murphy and SUNY Oswego President Deborah Stanley about the cuts.
WRVO's Chris Ulanowski has reaction from some SUNY Oswego students on how the cuts may affect them.
*WRVO news intern Mike Benjamin contributed to this report.
By Jasmyn Belcher
Oswego, NY – We have details on Governor David Paterson's budget cutting plan, and where he is proposing the sharpest reductions. That and more in this newscast.
By Jason Smith
Oswego, NY – Governor Paterson holds a town hall meeting in Syracuse, as lawmakers prepare to cut up to $2 billion from the state budget next week. That story and more in this morning's newscast.
By Ken McKinley
Oswego, NY – WRVO's Fred Vigeant discusses the weather forecast with meteorologist Ken McKinley.
Oswego, NY – State lawmakers will return to Albany next week to cut as much as 2 billion dollars from the current state budget. With next year's deficit expected to reach more than 12 billion dollars, Governor Paterson has said that cuts to education and healthcare are likely. WRVO's Jason Smith spoke with E.J. McMahon, executive director of the Empire Center for New York State Policy about the proposed cuts.
Oswego, NY – We have reaction from New York's public employees unions over Governor Paterson's call to open labor contracts. That and more in this newscast.
By Chris Ulanowski
Syracuse, NY – New York Senator Hillary Clinton today called for a stimulus plan to boost the economy. She outlined her plan in a tele-newsconference with reporters.
Oswego, NY – Governor Paterson plans on millions of dollars worth of cuts for healthcare and education in the hope of stimulating the struggling economy. This story and more in our morning newscast.
By Kevin Williams
Oswego, NY – WRVO's John Hurlbutt discusses the weather outlook with meteorologist, Kevin Williams.