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Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney and Republican challenger Nan Hayworth are responding to the results of the TWC News Siena College Poll. The poll has Maloney ahead by just eight points, 50 to 42. As Meredith Zaritheny reports, both sides are prepared to be neck-in-neck come November.

11:31 PM

Hopeful Casino Developers Host Job Fairs in Hudson Valley

Two potential casino sites in the Hudson Valley hosted job and vendor fairs Thursday, to give locals a chance to see the economic opportunities available at a possible casino. Eva McKend has more on the dueling developers who hope to bring millions of dollars worth of growth to the Hudson Valley.

10:01 AM

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Work in Progress: Social Media Can Impact Job Status

From Facebook to Twitter, what’s known as your social media footprint can have a major impact on landing a job or losing it to someone else. In part four of our jobs series, business reporter Diane King Hall looks at ways someone's life on the Web can impact livelihood.

Updated 09/11/2014 05:10 PM

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Adirondack Balloon Festival Takes Flight

The four-day event is the longest and largest of its kind on the East Coast. The yearly event brings out hundreds of people to see more than 100 balloons take to the skies. 11:27 PM

NEWS

Queensbury Woman Gives Birth in Price Chopper

An expectant mother in Queenbury went into Price Chopper Friday morning for a few things and came out with a beautiful baby girl. Reporter Karen Tararache has the details. 10:36 PM

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LaSalle School Celebrates 160th Anniversary

For more than a century and a half, Albany's LaSalle School has been serving children in crisis. On Friday, students and staff celebrated its history and all the help it has provided throughout the years. Reporter Emily DeFeciani was there and has more. 8:47 PM

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NFL Commissioner Apologizes: 'I Got It Wrong'

Roger Goodell broke his week-long silence Friday during a press conference in New York City, admitting that he "got it wrong" in the face of a series of domestic and sexual abuse cases. 8:00 PM

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