Here's a roundup of regional news from WRVO:
Dalai Lama wrapped up the two-day world peace event at Syracuse University Tuesday night by joining musical artists from around the world to promote a message of peace.
A New York exchange program brings NYC wine connoisseurs to upstate wine country to help with the harvest.
Dalai Lama calls for lesson of peace during panel discussions in Syracuse
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service field supervisor raises concerns over proposed natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to upstate New York
A new state law allows distillers in the Finger Lakes to sell bottles of alcohol at county fairs and farmers markets
U.S. Senate candidate Wendy Long says hydrofracking delay is unnecessary
Dueling polls: Democrat Congressman Bill Owens and Republican opponent Matt Doheny present two different voter polls with two different results
Gov. Andrew Cuomo directs flags be flown at half-staff on Tuesday, October 9 in honor of a soldier from Liverpool
Onondaga County is trying to revive the symphony in Syracuse
Cuomo says decision to conduct a health review of hydrofracking is not a "step back"
Richard Hanna's re-election bid is in full swing
Here's a roundup of the news from WRVO:
Governor Andrew Cuomo takes a bus tour of development projects that his administration has helped to fund
NYCLU report says that state prison use of solitary confinement fails to prepare prisoners for release
The EPA proposes a plan to clean up Grasse River sediment polluted by an Alcoa aluminum plant