Monday, December 22, 2014

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Hundreds Attend Warwick's Candlelight Vigil for Fallen NYPD Officers

The deaths of the two officers sent shockwaves through New York City, but the pain was also felt here in the Hudson Valley. On Monday, hundreds of mourners came out to a park in Warwick, to remember the two officers. Time Warner Cable News reporter Jessica Chen was there and has more. Updated 10:43 PM

High Speed Chase in the Town of Newburgh

Town of Newburgh Police provide details about a high speed chase that happened in the Town of Newburgh Sunday morning. Time Warner Cable News reporter Candace Dunkley has the details on what happened.

Updated 9:26 PM

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Prognosis for Parkinson's: How to Improve Daily Living with the Disease

Every day, medical advancements make life a little easier for those living with illnesses. This week, Time Warner Cable News will bring you a five-part series called Prognosis for Parkinson's. In this first part, reporter Katie Gibas provides tips on how to improve daily living with Parkinson's disease.

11:52 AM


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Community Gathers at Vigil Kenneth White, Funeral Scheduled Saturday

Countless candles were lit Monday in Berne, to remember a little boy, who shined a life in so many people's lives. Hundreds gathered at Berne-Knox Westerlo's elementary school to honor 5-year-old Kenneth White. Time Warner News reporter Katie Eastman with more on the solemn ceremony. Updated 10:15 PM


"Blight" the New Target in Schenectady

The city of Schenectady is looking to give itself a facelift by removing some of the most dangerous and ugly structures. Time Warner Cable News reporter Barry Wygel explains what Mayor Gary McCarthy thinks the long term benefits of the projects will be. Updated 10:06 PM


Scholar Athlete of the Week: Matt Jenkins

In our weekly Scholar Athlete segment, Time Warner Cable news honors local high school students who earn high marks both on the field and in the classroom. This week, we recognize South Glens Falls senior Matt Jenkins, who has grown into one of Section II's best runners. 5:58 PM


Concern for Kenneth White's 2 Young Siblings After His Death

It's been less than a week and there are still very few answers in the Kenneth White murder case. Above all most people seem to still be wondering how anyone could commit such a horrendous act against a child. Emily DeFeciani sat down with a local psychologist for some insight. Updated 5:49 PM

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