Oswego, NY – Consumers have turned more and more in recent years to naturally grown herbal products to supplement their diets. Now there's a push to grow nutraceutical crops in New York state. And the growers have the attention of a group of state legislators who want to learn whether crops like echinacea, ginseng and black currant can thrive -- and sell -- in the Empire State. WRVO's Skye Rohde has more.
Oswego, NY – The heightened homeland terror alert issued with the start of the war in Iraq has prompted local officials to assess the resources the level of preparedness need to respond to a crisis or disaster.
WRVO' Allessandra Messore reports that Oswego, like many cities across New York are reviewing their local emergency plans.
She visited with city officials and has this report.
Syracuse, NY – Much has changed since the first Gulf War.
In the early 90's, very few people had internet access, there was no Al Jazeera, and there was only one 24 hour cable news network.
WRVO's Elizabeth Christensen spoke with media critic Joan Deppa from Syracuse University's Newhous School of Public Communications about the trends and how this war is forever changing coverage of armed conflict.
Albany, NY – A California-based think tank says over 400 publicly traded firms do business and supply technology to countries that support terrorism.
The Claremont Insititure has sent letters to the comptrollers of all 50 states asking them to examine which companies their pension funds are invested in and whether they may be unwittingly supporting terrorism.
WRVO's Elizabeth Christensen took a look at the issue... and at New York's pension fund.