Friday, October 24, 2014

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With the first case of Ebola confirmed in New York City, the MTA, Amtrak and bus companies are taking every precaution to keep commuters safe, while health officials say the risk of them contracting the virus is very low. Meredith Zaritheny has more.

Updated 5:33 PM

Albany Business Shuts Down Without Notice, Checks Bounce

A local business with locations in Albany and Poughkeepsie has been evicted, leaving dozens scrambling for a job. FasTrax Raceway has been shut down because the owners didn't pay rent. Time Warner Cable News reporter Tanja Rekhi has more.

Updated 8:51 PM

Friday Night Football Goes On Without Monroe-Woodbury JV Team

Friday night is usually an evening filled with football. But Monroe-Woodbury football fans have one less team to root for after the school's JV team's season was canceled. Mike Howard was at the varsity team's away game in Washingtonville and spoke with students about the cancelled JV season.

Updated 9:42 PM

CPR in Schools Closer to Becoming Law

New York is one step closer to becoming the 20th state to have a CPR in Schools law.
Governor Cuomo signed the bill Tuesday, and it now goes to the State Commissioner of Education. Time Warner Cable News reporter Emily DeFeciani talked to one man who is alive today because of CPR.

Updated 6:24 PM

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John Sellick 10/24/14

Dr. John Sellick explains the latest developments and protocols surrounding Ebola in NYC. 8:24 PM


Tim Kremer 10/24/14

New York State School Board Association's Tim Kremer previews their Convention and Education Expo. 3:34 PM

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