9:48am

Tue June 14, 2011
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Cong. Buerkle heads federal hearing into abuse of veterans

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A recent federal inquiry revealed that several hundred sexual assaults at Veterans Affairs medical facilities were not property reported.

As WRVO Washington Correspondent Ryan Morden reports, Representative Ann Marie Buerkle of Syracuse chaired a hearing to find out what V.A. officials are doing to prevent future assaults.

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6:03pm

Mon June 13, 2011
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Afternoon Newscast 6/13/11

Oswego, NY – A marathon week in Albany starts off with activity on marriage equality, Karen DeWitt reports. A new poll shows New Yorkers want lawmakers make the property tax cap and ethics reform happen. And Kevin has the forecast.


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7:37am

Mon June 13, 2011
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Slain Deputy to receive funeral with full honors today

UTICA, NY – Thousands of police from departments all over the Northeast will be in Utica this morning.

They will fill the Utica Memorial Auditorium and the street outside it, as a tribute to Oneida County Sheriff's Deputy Kurt Wyman.

Wyman died last week during a standoff with a man. The man has been charged with aggravated murder.

After the 11:00 a.m. ceremony inside the auditorium, Wyman's casket will be brought outside for a 21-gun salute.

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7:35am

Mon June 13, 2011
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North Country food pantries get emergency help to cope with rising numbers

WATERTOWN, NY – The city of Watertown this week granted two food pantries' requests for special funding to buy more emergency food aid.

The pantries say they always see more need in summer, when children on free or reduced-price school breakfasts and lunches don't receive those meals.

But WRVO North Country reporter Joanna Richards tells us a slow economy and rising costs means these nonprofit groups are struggling to keep up with increased demand for their services.

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7:32am

Mon June 13, 2011
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Unions react with anger at Cuomo's ultimatum on layoffs

ALBANY, NY – State worker unions are decrying Governor Cuomo's plan to begin
laying off nearly 10,000 state employees as early as next month. It
was a week of bad news for unions, as governor Cuomo released a plan
to restrict future pensions, and quietly announced the closing down
of some state facilities.

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5:43pm

Fri June 10, 2011
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Afternoon Newscast 6/10/11

Oswego, NY – Juvenile detention center employees slam the Governor's planned closures, while Cuomo cracks down on driving while using any portable electronic device you can imagine. And Kevin Williams' forecast.

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10:50am

Fri June 10, 2011
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WRVO's Weekly Edition - June 10, 2011

WRVO's Weekly Edition - June 10, 2011

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10:45am

Fri June 10, 2011
Water Drops

Waterdrops, a celebration of the wonder of water. This week, Measuring Runoff

o – Waterdrops, a celebration of the wonder of water. This week, Measuring Runoff

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5:14pm

Thu June 9, 2011
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Afternoon Newscast 6/9/11

Oswego, NY – Natural gas industry representatives are set to tell the Auburn City Council that gas well water can be treated at some public sewage plants. Another block for the state from collecting Seneca Nation tobacco tax. And Kevin's forecast in our newscast.

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9:32am

Wed June 8, 2011
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Syracuse Attorney Murphy May Challenge Buerkle

Oswego, NY – BRIANNE 6/8/11 JG

Syracuse attorney Brianne Murphy is the first Democrat to file with the Federal Election Commission for a possible 2012 run against Republican Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle.

As WRVO's Joyce Gramza reports, Murphy says she wants people in the 25th congressional district to have the same opportunities she's appreciated.

Murphy says she hopes to make the decision on whether to run in the next few weeks.

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