Saturday, August 30, 2014

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Millions of People Travel on Labor Day Weekend

Millions of Americans are traveling this holiday weekend. Many will travel at least 50 miles or more away from home. Eva McKend caught up with travelers enjoying the end of the summer 7:38 PM

Organizers say the weekend blast was originally planned for the 4th of July weekend, but plans were derailed because of several washed out roads from a severe thunderstorm earlier this summer.

5:24 PM

6-Year-Old Boy Killed in 'Freak Accident' at Home

A 6-year-old is dead after what police in the Town of Cornwall are calling a freak accident. Officials say it all happened as the little boy was simply just walking into his home. Jessica Chen reports.

Updated 08/29/2014 04:23 PM

Senators Schumer and Gillibrand Visit NYS Fair Together

The State Fair is a magnet for politicians. Most of them seeking re-election this year. Two federal lawmakers who are not running this November, still made time to tour the fairgrounds and Bill Carey said the two made the visit together.

1:34 PM

Hochul Downplays Importance of Primary Debate

TWC News invited both Gov. Andrew, Cuomo and his running mate, Kathy Hochul, to participate in separate debates next week against their primary opponents, and despite an RSVP deadline of Thursday, we have still not heard from either. Reporter Bobby Cuza filed the following report.

10:37 AM

Goshen Launches Month Long Beautification Initiative

The Village of Goshen has experienced its share of financial setbacks over the years. But a new program aims to not only beautify the village but keep much needed revenue in the community. Eva McKend reports.

08/29/2014 09:00 PM


New York Outdoors: Discover Bear Mountain State Park

A hidden gem in the Hudson Valley just minutes from New York City. Bear Mountain State Park is the perfect place to spend the day taking in the great outdoors. Reporter Meredith Zaritheny has more on why this state park is a top destination.

Updated 08/29/2014 07:43 AM


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Troy Residents Pray for Peaceful School Year

It's been a summer many people in Troy will remember, and not for good reason. A spike in violent crimes and arsons, most of which remain unsolved, have had many residents worried, especially those with children. Saturday, many of those parents came together, hoping for a change. Reporter Emily DeFeciani spoke to them and has more. Updated 4:45 PM

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