11:23am

Fri November 9, 2012
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Here's a round up of regional news from WRVO:

The Justice Department has ended its investigation into former SU coach Bernie Fine.

Anti-fracking candidates didn't fare well in Tuesday's elections.

The Thruway board is expected to vote on truck toll hike.

A health study may be the next step for Watertown residents concerned about pollution on the city's north side.

A new housing project will offer apartments to homeless veterans in central New York.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo says damage and economic losses from Superstorm Sandy will cost New York state $33 billion and he counting on a commitment from the Obama administration for 100% reimbursement for some public costs of rebuilding.

­A state official says Cuomo has fired his Emergency Management Director for diverting crews to remove a tree from his driveway during Superstorm Sandy. The director was working in Albany at the time.

Startup Weekend is coming to Binghamton to offer advice on new business ideas.

The Oneida Nation has started work on a new $25 million entertainment complex at its casino in upstate New York. Tribe officials say the complex is expected to employ about 100 people when it opens in July.

The Central and Northern New York Building Trades Council announced the Destiny USA building project in Syracuse has provided jobs for over 500 trade union craftsmen.

Kodak app aims to attract new users to old technology.

In the works: The head of Byrne Dairy sees a big future in the yogurt business in upstate New York.

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