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Poetry Group Collects Donations for Fire Victims

City of Syracuse

Poetry Group Collects Donations for Fire Victims

More groups are joining the efforts to help a Syracuse family devastated by fire last week. Fire tore through a home on South State Street. Three people from one family died including a 4-month-old child. Updated 11/20/2014 10:43 PM

Buffalo Area Officials Confirm 10 Deaths Due to Snow

Buffalo

Buffalo Area Officials Confirm 10 Deaths Due to Snow

The Erie County Health Department said 10 people have died from the storm. Geoff Redick is in Cheektowaga in Erie County with more on what local officials are doing to combat the storm. Updated 11/20/2014 10:41 PM

SU Student Protest Ends, But Movement Isn't Over

City of Syracuse

SU Student Protest Ends, But Movement Isn't Over

Syracuse University student activists known as "THE General Body" end their sit-in but say their movement isn't over. Members occupied administrative building, Crouse Hinds Hall for 18 days. Updated 11/20/2014 09:42 PM

North Country Tries to Catch Up With Sudden Blast of Winter

Watertown

North Country Tries to Catch Up With Sudden Blast of Winter

Watertown and the North Country didn't really get a chance to ease into winter this year.
The snow arrived quickly, dumping feet almost everywhere the lake effect band passed.
It's left people scrambling to catch up. As Brian Dwyer reports, things like snow tires and snow blowers have moved up priority lists. Updated 11/20/2014 09:32 PM

Plan for Deductibles and Co-Pays to Avoid High Out-of-Pocket Health Costs

New York State

Plan for Deductibles and Co-Pays to Avoid High Out-of-Pocket Health Costs

As open enrollment through the New York State Insurance Exchange continues, there are a few things you should think about before signing up. As Katie Gibas reports, you could end up thousands of dollars out of pocket if you don't read your plan carefully. Updated 11/20/2014 08:54 PM

Paralyzed by Snow, South Buffalo Bands Together to Dig Out

City of Buffalo

Paralyzed by Snow, South Buffalo Bands Together to Dig Out

For people in South Buffalo, Thursday was the first chance people had to dig out without fresh snow falling. Time Warner Cable News reporter Sarah Blazonis has more about how people are doing there. 11/20/2014 07:48 PM

Protect Your Identity, Bank Accounts During Holiday Shopping

New York

Protect Your Identity, Bank Accounts During Holiday Shopping

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just around the corner and that means it's time to get your wish lists ready. But before you head to the checkout line, there are a few things you're going to want to know. Carmella Mataloni reports. 11/20/2014 10:31 AM

Syracuse DPW Prepares for Snow in the City

City of Syracuse

Syracuse DPW Prepares for Snow in the City

It isn't winter in Syracuse without a little snow. DPW crews are getting ready for what is in the forecast this week. Iris St. Meran spoke with the commissioner, who said even if the area does not see totals near what Buffalo and Watertown received, they still prepare for the worst. Updated 11/19/2014 10:37 PM

North Country Residents Get Stranded in Syracuse Due to Snow

City of Syracuse

North Country Residents Get Stranded in Syracuse Due to Snow

While much of Central New York was spared from the massive snowfall the Buffalo area received this week, some travelers are still experiencing trouble getting to their destinations. Candace Hopkins caught up with some of them in Syracuse, who couldn't make it to their North Country homes. Updated 11/19/2014 09:07 PM

Health Officials Urge People to Get Flu Shots

City of Syracuse

Health Officials Urge People to Get Flu Shots

While much of the attention of the public has been focused on a rare, but deadly disease emerging in Africa, Ebola, public health officials in the U.S. have been reminding people about another illness that often kills tens of thousands of people each year: the flu. As Bill Carey reports, the push is on to try to get people to take advantage of shots to avoid the flu. 11/19/2014 08:47 PM

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