Sunday, November 23, 2014


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Governor Tours Storm Damage, Areas Preparing for Flooding

Governor Andrew Cuomo is keeping his focus on Western New York and the impact the snow storm could have in the coming days. Reporter Kaitlyn Lionti was there as Cuomo toured some of the damage the snow's already caused, and areas that could see flooding as the weather warms up. 7:33 PM

Bowling and education. It may not seem like they have much in common. But for the late wife of a Southern Tier bowler, they were both close to her heart. Reporter Matt Jarchow explains how one tournament is combining the two to honor her memory.

1:08 PM

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Ask Dan Eaton Thanksgiving Special

Dan Eaton is looking to help make your Thanksgiving dinner a success! Watch his responses to your Thanksgiving cooking questions in a special video blog. You can still send your cooking question to

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North Country Ski Area Off to a Good Start Thanks to Lake Effect

Thanks to lake effect snow, the Dry Hill Ski Area in Watertown had one of its earliest starts to a season ever. Reporter Elizabeth Jeneault has more on why the ski area believes the early opening will help boost business there this winter. 5:18 PM


Historic Little Falls Church Survives Fire

It's been around since the 1800's and parishioners are thankul the Holy Family Parish is still standing after Friday night's fire. Reporter Alana LaFlore shows how the church in Little Falls is picking up the pieces. 6:30 PM


IRS Change in Charity Application Process Helps Small Organizations

Up until this year, organizations looking to become a non-profit faced a rigorous application process, that excluded many groups due to a lack of resources. But back in July the IRS decided to make the process easier. Reporter Candace Hopkins explains the change. 6:44 PM


Your Hometown: Mohawk Valley Hockey Part II

After years of popularity and success, the original Comets franchise could not afford to continue. Their collapse was followed by a string of failed teams in the area. But as Alana LaFlore reports in part two of this week's Your Hometown, with the new Utica Comets, many are optimistic professional hockey is here to stay. Updated 9:38 AM

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