State of The State: Governor Cuomo calls for 2-billion dollars in cuts to business and property taxes in his state of the state address. He also called for a new study of the long-proposed and debated rooftop highway across northern New York. Watch the complete State of The State by clicking here.
Making Tracks: Governor Cuomo went for a ride on snowmobile trails in Lowville to announce a new $4.5-million dollar campaign to lure more skiers and snowmobilers to the Adirondacks.
New Mayor: A new era begins in Plattsburgh with the swearing-in of new Mayor Jim Calnon and a new city council.
Deep Freeze: Brutally frigid temperatures leave hundreds of motorists out in the cold --- and a local family homeless.
Buried Under Snow: Other parts of northern New York are digging out from under several feet of lake-effect snow that has fallen over the past several days.
Oil-By-Rail Danger: Another fiery train derailment in North Dakota leads to new concerns and warnings from New York Senator Chuck Schumer this week about the dangers of moving increasing amounts of crude oil by rail across New York and other northern states.
Back To Work: Congress heads back to work. Northern New York Congressman Bill Owens joins us at the roundtable to talk about what’s on the agenda in the new year for Congress. Watch entire interview by clicking here.
Skating Superstar: Our Jack LaDuke has the story of a new exhibit at the Lake Placid Olympic Museum dedicated to Sonja Henie, an Olympic legend who was the first superstar of figure skating.
Olympic Dreams: Luke West, a teenager from Plattsburgh, won the bronze medal in the men’s novice event at the U.S. Figure Skating National Championships in Boston this week. West, who now lives and trains full-time in Colorado, has dreams of competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Gone To The Dogs: 18 pet owners and their dogs make the rounds visiting patients at CVPH Medical Center. Doctors say pet therapy helps patients feel better. To learn more visit the Foundation of CVPH Facebook page by clicking here and/or visit clintoncanine.org.