LESSONS LEARNED?: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo believes Massachusetts may have a lot to teach New York about improving education. He wants the Board of Regents to look at a Massachusetts law that allows outside groups to takeover failing schools.
OIL TRAIN DERAILMENTS: Oil train derailments in West Virginia and Northern Ontario are raising new concerns over the safety of shipping crude oil by rail in New York, and whether new federal safety regulations being reviewed by The White House and U.S. Transportation Department, go far enough.
UNFAIR COMPETITION?: New York Senator Chuck Schumer wants the U.S. to level the playing field for North Country paper mills who say they’re unfairly losing out to cheap foreign imports.
GROWING INTEREST: Political leaders are putting out the welcome mat to a local group looking to grow and sell medical marijuana in Clinton County.
LUCKY DOG: Judy Simpson from WCAX-TV shares the story of a black lab, lost for two months in the brutal cold, being reunited with its family.
SPECIAL ISSUE: Adirondack Life magazine celebrates some of the very best photographers in the Adirondacks with a special photography issue.
Watch our extended roundtable interview with the editors here:
MIRACLE ON ICE: 35 years after the U.S. Olympic hockey team won the "miracle on ice" victory over the Soviets, and for the first time since they left Lake Placid with their Olympic gold medals, all 19 surviving members are returning to relive their moment. Players will share their memories, and honor teammate Bob Suter, who died last year, by hoisting his jersey to the rafters of the Herb Brooks Arena. The “miracle on ice” reunion is scheduled for 7:30 tomorrow evening in Lake Placid. To Learn More: www.miracleonicereunion.com