Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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NYSEG says natural gas pipelines in the Ithaca area are full and they need an extension to take off some of the pressure. The company wants to build a new seven mile stretch on the south side of west Dryden and Farrell roads. But many neighbors don't like that idea. Alana Laflore reports.

Updated 8:00 AM

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Binghamton Councilwoman Answers to Residency Violation Accusations

More political strife is saddling the Binghamton City Council. A week after threats of a no-confidence vote were made against the council's president, one Republican is accusing a Democrat of not living up to her residency requirements. Emily Lorsch takes a closer look at the accusations from a report allegedly made by a private investigator working on his own accord.

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Afghanistan Series: Fort Drum Says Goodbye to 3rd Brigade

Maybe the best way to describe the past year for Fort Drum's 3rd Brigade Combat Team is bittersweet. It's last deployment: a successful one that saw soldiers help move Afghanistan forward. But as soon as soldiers returned, the Army eliminated the brigade. Reporter Brian Dwyer focuses on the decade-long history on Fort Drum.

Updated 08/24/2014 11:00 AM


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