Off And Running: We travel to New Hampshire to talk with one of the state's top political analysts about George Pataki’s presidential bid, and how is being received by voters in New Hampshire. Watch our extended interview with UNH Political Science Professor Andy Smith by clicking here.
Keep The Tax Cap: The Governor wants lawmakers to keep the statewide 2% property tax cap for years to come. Senate Republicans want to make it permanent. But other lawmakers, like Assemblywoman Janet Duprey believe it should be subject to review every few years.
New Report On Oil Train Danger: Environmental watchdogs warn against expanding the number of oil trains moving crude along the shores of Lake Champlain.
Rails To Wheels: Amtrak is offering passengers from both sides of the border a shuttle service to near-by hotels or historic Fort Ticonderoga in an effort to draw more tourists to Ticonderoga. Watch Jack LaDuke's story by clicking here.
Biggest Loser: Hundreds of runners and walkers from across the country, and Canada, participate in the 3rd annual Biggest Loser Run/Walk in Plattsburgh to promote fitness and healthy eating.
Good Eats: Eating local, never tasted so good. North Country Creamery is using fresh, local milk to produce frozen yogurt at their cafe.
Project Breathe: A new effort to help local fire departments buy some new life-saving equipment for pets. Pet Fest 2015, being held Sunday June 7th from 12-3pm at Meslissa Penfield Park in Plattsburgh is a fundraiser that will help the Elmore SPCA, and help purchase pet oxygen masks for fire departments in Clinton, Essex, and Franklin Counties.
Arts In Exile: Paul Larson, who’s producing a new documentary about the small Tibetan community in Plattsburgh and the arts festival they are organizing for the entire community, joins us to talk about the documentary and a Kickstarter campaign that has been launched to help produce it. To learn more and watch the Kickstarter video click here.