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Dozens of parents pulling their children out of school this week after learning a student in Rondout Valley traveled to Africa two weeks ago.
Parents say they’re angry because the district didn’t do enough to notify them about it.
Time Warner Cable News Reporter Jessica Chen talks to parents and the district and has more.

Updated 10/21/2014 10:33 PM

New Homes Part of Controversial Bloomingburg Development On Sale

New homes that are part of the controversial Chestnut Ridge Development are now for sale. It comes as the results from the referendum vote to dissolve the Village of Bloomingburg into the Town of Mamakating are still up in the air. Meredith Zaritheny got a firsthand look inside the development and has more.

Updated 10/21/2014 08:30 PM

Jackie's Law Aims to Prevent GPS Stalking

Shortly before she was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, Jackie Wisniewski found a GPS system on her car that he'd used to monitor her. A new law named for the Erie County woman went into effect Tuesday. Sarah Blazonis has more on the forms of electronic tracking it makes illegal and what's still allowed under the law.

Updated 10/21/2014 06:49 PM

A Close Up Look at the Largest LED Chandelier in the World

Beautiful architecture and design can be found in almost every room at the Stanley Theater, but there's one decoration that tops all the rest. Above the balcony hangs a one of a kind chandelier. Cara Thomas has the story behind this extravagant light fixture.

Updated 10/21/2014 09:56 PM

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City Council Awards Glens Falls Civic Center to Coalition Group

Roughly a month after the Glens Falls City Council heard proposals from two different groups hoping to purchase the city owned Civic Center, the city's governing body selects a winning bid. Matt Hunter reports from the North Country. Updated 10/21/2014 11:05 PM

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Multiple Agencies Train for Oil Spill on Hudson

If a train carrying crude oil near the Hudson River derailed, it could be disastrous within the Greater Capital Region. Multiple agencies learned what to do in that situation. Time Warner Cable News reporter Tanja Rekhi reports. Updated 10/21/2014 10:15 PM

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