IRENE AFTERMATH: 4-years after the disaster, First Responders in Essex County get a multi-million dollar upgrade in critical emergency communications.
NEW NORTHWAY SIGNS: A decades-old ban is lifted allowing new signs along a 75-mile stretch of the Adirondack Northway, which many small businesses say they need to help travelers and tourists find them.
GM REJECTS CLAIMS: A fund set up by General Motors to compensate victims of faulty ignition switches denies thousands of claims, including one from the family of a young driver from Ticonderoga killed in a crash three years ago. Watch our story with Michael Sharkey's mother, Cherie, by clicking here.
OIL TANKER GRAVEYARD: Environmental groups call on Governor Cuomo to stop a tourist railroad from storing hundreds of outdated oil tanker cars in the wilds of the Adirondacks.
POOR OVERSIGHT: An environmental group accuses the state of pushing development over protection of the Adirondack Wilderness. Read Adirondack Wild's report by clicking here. Watch our extended interview by clicking here.
BEACH CLOSED: Plattsburgh plans to keep its City Beach open this Labor Day Weekend after having to close it to swimmers over the past several days. High levels of bacteria forced the City to close Lake Champlain to swimming. To learn more click here.
TOILET DISPLAY VANDALIZED: A controversial toilet garden display in Potsdam, NY is targeted by vandals.
HOMER'S AMERICA: A major exhibition showcases two dozen works by American artist Winslow Homer at the Hyde Collection Art Museum in Glens Falls through September 16th. To learn more visit hydecollection.org.