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New York sees its first case of Ebola. A Doctors Without Borders doctor who recently returned to New York City after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus. Time Warner Cable News reporter Lori Chung has more on how the governor said there's no need for panic.

Updated 10/23/2014 11:27 PM

Portion of Route 9 Honors Fallen Poughkeepsie Police Officer

An officer was remembered Thursday for his bravery after being killed in the line of duty. Time Warner Cable News reporter Michael Howard has the story on how people who drive through Poughkeepsie will be reminded of his sacrifice.

Updated 10/23/2014 07:49 PM

State Will Investigate Schools After Allegations Some Turned Away Undocumented Children

The Attorney General's Office and the Department of Education announce they will be reviewing enrollment policies at schools across the state amidst allegations that some schools are turning away undocumented students. But as Eva McKend reports, every student regardless of immigration status has the legal right to a free education.

Updated 10/23/2014 08:22 PM

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State of Politics LIVE 10/24/14

City & State's Alexis Grenell joins us to talk about the Buffalo Jills and the Women's Equality Party. Hillary joins Cuomo to talk about the same thing, but doesn't really. Astorino and Hawkins want another debate, and an anti-Grisanti mailer is sparking some controversy. It's all on this edition of State of Politics LIVE. 11:31 AM

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