4:56pm

Tue September 7, 2010
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Global to Local: Immigration and Diaspora Part 2

Oswego, NY – Featuring a rich cross section of artists and academics - you'll hear a discussion on the topics of immigration and diaspora, and how it has affected their life and work. In this second half, Dr. Jessica Hester speaks with economist Ranjit Dighe, journalist Maureen Sieh, choreographer Alex Escalante, and a round table discussion with immigrant professors from SUNY Oswego.

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4:41pm

Tue September 7, 2010
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Onondaga County Spraying For EEE

Cicero, NY – A case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) has been found in a human in Onondaga County, and now health officials say they will spray swamp areas to try to slow the spread of the disease.

Four pools of mosquitoes in the town of Cicero tested positive for EEE last month. Two of the pools contained mosquitoes that bite humans.

Onondaga County Health Commissioner, Cynthia Morrow, says it's been 20 years since the last case of EEE was found in a human in the county.

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4:25pm

Tue September 7, 2010
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Afternoon Newscast 9/7

Oswego, NY – The Oneida Indian Nation is suing New York State over its plan to collect taxes on Native American cigarette sales. That story and more in today's newscast.

9:46am

Tue September 7, 2010
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New York's labor unions survive as others struggle

ALBANY, NY – Labor unions in the United States have suffered in recent decades s their membership and influence have declined.

In New York State, however, state employee labor unions are going strong, winning key battles in the most recent state budget cycle.

WRVO's Capitol Correspondent Karen Dewitt has the story.

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9:17am

Tue September 7, 2010

Kevin Williams' morning forecast for September 7

WRVO – The morning weather forecast from meteorologist Kevin Williams.

9:15am

Tue September 7, 2010
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The morning newscast for September 7

WRVO – The morning's top headlines, from the WRVO newsroom.

8:49am

Tue September 7, 2010
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Reinventing the Windmill: When Wind Turbines Fall Down

Fenner, NY – During the dark hours of the early morning two day's after Christmas last year, T-18, a multi-ton steel wind turbine in Fenner, New York was spinning, just like any other turbine anywhere else. And then suddenly, it wasn't.

"The turbine had fallen to the ground," said Hank Sennott, director of external affairs with Enel North America. The company owns the Fenner wind farm, in the rolling hills between Syracuse and Utica.

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9:35am

Sun September 5, 2010

WRVO's Regional Forecast for September 5th, 2010

Oswego, NY – An urban and small stream advisory is in effect for Oswego County through the early afternoon. Several inches of rain have fallen along the Route 104 corridor between Oswego and Mexico. Meteorologist Josh Nichols brings forecast details for the region.

10:06am

Sat September 4, 2010

WRVO's Regional Forecast for September 4th, 2010

Oswego, NY – This week's heat wave has come to a crashing halt. Kevin Williams lets us know if we can expect showers along with the cooler temperatures.

4:59pm

Fri September 3, 2010
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A Central New York Lawmaker Reacts To A Possible I-81 Summit

Oswego, NY – The transportation secretary in Virginia, Sean Connaughton, says he wants to hold a summit with transportation officials from all the states that contain parts of Interstate 81. That would include New York.

Central New York lawmaker, Dave Valesky (D-49) , says he hasn't heard about the proposed summit, but he says there are issues with I-81 in Central New York that could come up at a multi-state meeting.

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