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Arctic League Continues Christmas Tradition

Elmira/Corning

Arctic League Continues Christmas Tradition

More than 3,000 children in Elmira received gifts Christmas morning thanks to the Arctic League. The tradition has been going on for more than a century. 12/25/2014 02:34 PM

Two Men Hospitalized After Mobile Home Fire in Clay

Clay

Two Men Hospitalized After Mobile Home Fire in Clay

The fire at a home on Albury Court in the Madison Village Mobile Home Park began around 2:30 a.m. Thursday. Crews said the two men inside suffered from severe smoke inhalation and are now in critical condition. 12/25/2014 02:08 PM

Church Survives Fire, Reopens in Time for Christmas

Little Falls

Church Survives Fire, Reopens in Time for Christmas

It's a Christmas present too big to be wrapped. The Holy Family Parish in Little Falls hosted Christmas Eve mass for the first time since it caught fire last month. Alana LaFlore talked to parishioners about why they're so happy to be back. Updated 12/24/2014 10:23 PM

"The Interview" Plays Ithaca

Ithaca

"The Interview" Plays Ithaca

Sony reversed its decision not to release the movie. Now, "The Interview" will be shown in a few select theaters in the region. Brent Fox has more on one local movie house that will be screening the film. Updated 12/24/2014 06:03 PM

Working to Make the Holidays a Little Merrier

City of Syracuse

Working to Make the Holidays a Little Merrier

One quarter of Americans are expected to work on Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year's Day this holiday season. That's according to the Allstate/National Journal Heartland Poll. Time Warner Cable News reporter Sarah Blazonis caught up with workers some customers will be very grateful for this Christmas. Updated 12/24/2014 04:02 PM

Developmentally Disabled Advocates Continue to Pressure NYS

Watertown

Developmentally Disabled Advocates Continue to Pressure NYS

The fight to keep sheltered workshops open in New York State continues. It has been two months since protests of the planned closures wrapped up in Watertown. And although the state hasn't budged, advocates are continuing to press leaders on the issue. Elizabeth Jeneault explains why they're refusing to give up. Updated 12/24/2014 03:20 PM

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