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We may never know why a Broome County man shot and killed a Johnson City Police officer earlier this year. Investigative records released this week provide no new explanation or reasoning. But as reporter Alexa Green explains, law enforcement officials are still hopeful they'll get an answer.

Updated 09/19/2014 06:50 PM

Those who helped get the suspected kidnappers of two young Amish girls behind bars last month were thanked for their efforts in St. Lawrence County Friday. The event was held just one day after additional federal charges were filed against the suspects. Reporter Elizabeth Jeneault has the details.

09/19/2014 11:10 PM

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Wanderers' Rest Animal Shelter Disputes Euthanization Claims

A tipster alleged dogs' bodies were disposed of illegally at Wanderers' Rest in Canastota. They also accused the shelter of euthanizing animals that should be kept alive. Reporter Candace Hopkins sat down with officials at the shelter, and has their side of the story.

09/19/2014 08:48 PM

SU Students of Color Rally for Changes on Campus

The administration at Syracuse University is getting an ear full from students. For the second time this week, students rallied on campus. Friday, the concerns came from students and alumni of color who feel like their voices aren't being heard. As reporter Iris Saint Meran explains, they have a list of demands they're asking the chancellor to review.

09/19/2014 10:10 PM

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

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

LIFESTYLES & TRAVEL

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POTSDAM

Potsdam Middle School Teacher Charged with Abuse of 14-Year-Old

A middle school teacher in the Potsdam School District was arrested and charged with sexual abusing a 14-year-old female. Police are not saying where the alleged abuse took place. The district responded by placing him on administrative leave. Updated 09/19/2014 11:10 AM

CHEMUNG COUNTY

Chemung Co. Residents Concerned About Proposed Wind Farm

Voters will decide on a number of hot-button issues this fall but one controversial issue won't be on the ballot in Chemung County. Reporter Crystal Cranmore explains what has some residents all wound up. 09/19/2014 07:21 PM

NEW YORK

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. 09/19/2014 08:00 PM

ITHACA

Park(ing) Day Brings Green Space to the Streets

Drivers in Ithaca were met with an unusual sight Friday, as a smattering of small parks took over city parking spaces. Tamara Lindstrom explains what it was all about. 09/19/2014 07:14 PM

CAYUGA COUNTY

Tensions Rise Over Cayuga Nation Leadership Dispute

People in the Cayuga County village of Union Springs said they are caught in the middle of a new dispute between factions of the Cayuga Indian Nation. As reporter Bill Carey explains, tensions between the two sides have increased in a dispute over who's in charge. 09/19/2014 04:34 PM

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