Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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Blue pinwheels represent neglected and abused children

More than 1,000 blue pinwheels spin outside of the Sullivan County Government Center, all in an effort to raise awareness about the pervasive problem of child abuse. Our Eva McKend has more from one family who says abuse prevention awareness is just the beginning.

04/15/2014 07:18 PM

HV pattern for progress to study Middletown's proposed shared services

The City of Middletown is looking for ways to share services with other neighboring municipalities. They recently hired the company, Hudson Valley Pattern For Progress, to help research. As Time Warner Cable News Reporter Jessica Chen explains, the goal is that it will help taxpayers in the end.

04/15/2014 06:00 PM


Available Now: TWC News App for iOS & Android

Good news for mobile users: In conjunction with the launch of the TWC News brand, we've launched a brand-new TWC News app that lets you watch your local news channel wherever you are.

Updated 04/09/2014 03:42 PM


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Search for Craig Frear Resumes

State Police will conduct a search Wednesday for a person who disappeared a decade ago. 17-year-old Craig Frear was last seen on June 27, 2004 walking along railroad tracks bordering the Cambridge Manor Apartments in Scotia. 4:04 AM


Sports Night: Tuesday

Two Union hockey players make it official signing pro contracts, plus Glens Falls looks to keep pro hockey in their city. 04/15/2014 11:48 PM


Former NARH workers travel to Boston calling for emergency services

Former North Adams Regional Hospital employees took their fight to save North Adams Regional Hospital all the way to lawmakers in Boston. They got off the bus and held a meeting to give residents an update on their efforts, in hand delivering countless petitions pushing to have the hospital reopen. 04/15/2014 10:54 PM


Heated words at casino public hearing

A heated debate at what could be the only public hearing on a Schoharie County casino. Time Warner Cable News reporter Barry Wygel was there as both advocates and opponents of a potential Howe Caverns casino made their voices heard. 04/15/2014 10:27 PM ClientIP:,, UserAgent: CCBot/2.0 ( Profile: TWCSAMLSP Data Source: nHib. Cache Key ts_staNews9_sec1_reg_2273 (d4edf754095be0891e0bc5d96ceff64a) hit