Education Reforms: Parents and Teachers hold rallies at the Capitol in Albany and across the state to protest the Governor’s proposed education reforms that include revamping the evaluation system for teachers, requiring them to work longer for tenure, allowing more privately run Charter schools, and tying an increase in state aid for schools to lawmakers passage of his education reforms.
Father And Son Charged in Bank Heist: A father and son from Jay, New York are charged with robbing a bank in Plattsburgh.
Driver Sentenced: A 21-year old driver from Fort Covington, New York, who was involved in a deadly high speed crash in Ray Brook last summer, is sentenced to 35 years in prison. The crash happened on Route 86 as the driver was fleeing police and slammed head-on into another car, killing a couple from Parishville, New York.
Neighbor Credited With Saving Lives: A neighbor is being called a hero for rescuing several residents with special needs from a burning home in Dannemora, New York.
Frigid February: This winter’s record cold may not only delay, but also have a huge impact on this year’s maple season.
Mr. Ice Guy: Luke West, one of the top young skaters in the nation, who grew up in Plattsburgh, updates us on his skating career. It’s a career that started with a trip to see Stars on Ice in Lake Placid when he was 9 years old. Follow Luke on Facebook by clicking here.
Festival Hits High Note: The Montreal Chamber Music Festival commemorates the 70 years since the end of World War Two with a look at how composers spoke out against war atrocities. To learn more and see a complete schedule of events visit festivalmontreal.org.