2:56pm

Tue January 11, 2011
Water Drops

Waterdrops, a celebration of the wonder of water. This week, Global Warming

Oswego, NY – Waterdrops, a celebration of the wonder of water. This week, Global Warming.

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4:22pm

Mon January 10, 2011
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Afternoon Newscast 1/10

Oswego, NY – A Syracuse middle school is considering splitting into two single sex schools. That story and more in today's newscast.

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3:57pm

Mon January 10, 2011
More News From WRVO

National Expert Says Single Sex School Could Work In Syracuse, With The Right Training

Syracuse, NY – Dr. Leonard Sax is the founder and executive director of the National Association for Single Sex Public Education.

He says single sex schools can serve to reduce disciplinary problems and improve grades, because there are different ways of teaching boys and girls.

That's not to say either sex learns better - or differently - than the other.

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3:06pm

Mon January 10, 2011
Campbell Conversations

Grant Reeher talks with newly elected Congresswoman Ann Marie Buerkle, of the 25th district.

Oswego, NY – This week Grant Reeher talks with newly elected Congresswoman Ann Marie Buerkle, of the 25th district. She looks forward at the new term, including her own individual policy priorities and committee assignments. She also discusses President Obama and the prospects for further cooperation and compromise with Congress, and looks back at her surprise upset of Dan Maffei.

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10:03am

Mon January 10, 2011
Newscast

WRVO Morning News for January 10, 2011

WRVO – The morning's regional news headlines from the WRVO newsroom.

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10:00am

Mon January 10, 2011
More News From WRVO

Owens: No extra security after Giffords shooting

WRVO – One Central New York Congressman says he'll be more vigilant but will add no security in the wake of the shooting of a fellow member of Congress.

Cong. Bill Owens (D-Plattsburgh) spoke with WRVO's Dave Bullard Monday morning.

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4:29pm

Fri January 7, 2011
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Afternoon Newscast 1/7

Oswego, NY – Senator Chuck Schumer says a newly-implemented aspect of the health care reform law will save New York's seniors billions. That story and more in today's newscast.

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12:42pm

Fri January 7, 2011
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Cornell Expert: Bird Die-Offs Unusual

Oswego, NY – On New Year's eve, some 5000 blackbirds fell from the sky in Beebe, AR.

The media took notice-- and so did bird experts. Researcher Kevin McGowan at the Cornell lab of Ornithology says the Arkansas event is unusual.

He talked with WRVO's Joyce Gramza.

McGowan says the incident likely highlights how even innocent human actions can have unintentional negative impacts on the natural world.

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6:00pm

Thu January 6, 2011
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Afternoon Newscast 1/6

Oswego, NY – Senator Kirsten Gillibrand wants to change the way Washington works. That story and more in today's newscast.

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3:33pm

Thu January 6, 2011
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Kirsten Gillibrand and Mister Smith

Oswego, NY – In her first elected term as senator from New York, Kirsten Gillibrand says she'll pave the way to actually getting things done by pushing to reform the way the Senate does business.

She says she's introducing the reform bills immediately, hoping to set the tone for the 112th Congress and the next two years.

Gillibrand says there's nothing wrong with being allowed to shut down a bill with a filibuster.

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