7:45am

Sat June 25, 2011
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State Senate Passes Same Sex Marriage

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9:53am

Fri June 24, 2011

9:23am

Fri June 24, 2011
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WRVO's Weekly Edition - June 24, 2011

Oswego, NY – We'll meet a central New York woman who is healing the sick...with music. Grant Reeher is in London for the next several weeks conducting interviews for The Campbell Conversations. This week, we hear from Sandra Kaiser, Minister Counselor for Public Affairs at the US. Embassy in London. We'll also hear what federal lawmakers want to do to make tour buses safer.

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4:57pm

Thu June 23, 2011
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Afternoon Newscast 6/23/11

Oswego, NY – President Obama visits Fort Drum as Democrats react to his drawdown plan. The extended legislative session gets longer with major votes promised again. Those stories and the forecast in today's newscast.

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2:21pm

Thu June 23, 2011
Water Drops

Waterdrops, a celebration of the wonder of water. This week, Water Is...

Oswego, NY – Waterdrops, a celebration of the wonder of water. This week, Water Is...

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11:55am

Thu June 23, 2011
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Gillibrand Sponsors "Made In America" Act

Oswego, NY – New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is pushing a new plan to replace lost factory jobs.

As WRVO's Joyce Gramza reports, Gillibrand says Central New York is poised to benefit from the plan.

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7:54am

Thu June 23, 2011
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Federal Lawmakers Push for Tougher Regulations for Tour Buses

Washington, D.C. – Due to several motorcoach accidents during the past year -- including one fatal accident in Syracuse -- Congress is considering beefing up safety regulations on intercity bus companies.

As WRVO's Washington correspondent Ryan Morden reports, Syracuse-area Republican Ann Marie Buerkle is open to the idea of new regulations, while Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer is demanding it.

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7:52am

Thu June 23, 2011
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Legislature Expected to Vote on Bills Thursday, Same Sex Marriage Still Undecided

Albany, NY – The State Legislature is expected to begin passing bills later this morning to strengthen and extend new york city's rent laws, enact a 2% property tax cap for schools and local governments, and raise tuition at public colleges and universities.
Governor Cuomo, speaking after the initial deal was reached, says the
first ever tax cap in New York State, combined with strengthened protections for tenants in New York City's rent laws, are achievements that lawmakers can be proud of.

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7:23am

Thu June 23, 2011
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Central New York Woman Helps Heal the Sick with Music

Syracuse, NY –
Doctors and nurses, drugs and machines all work to try to cure the sickness in the body, but what helps to soothe the soul when you're in the hospital?


WRVO's Ellen Abbott profiles a woman whose instrument of healing...is a musical instrument.

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7:04pm

Wed June 22, 2011
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CSEA and Cuomo Announce Deal to Avert Layoffs

Oswego, NY – New York's largest state worker union and Governor Andrew Cuomo say they've reached a contract agreement that protects the union's members from the governor's threatened layoffs.

WRVO's Joyce Gramza reports, the governor and the Civil Service Employees Association announced the deal this afternoon.

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