Cold Case: A search for new clues in a cold case. New York State Police and Plattsburgh City Police are asking for the public’s help in solving the mystery of who killed Dawn Svocak 30-years ago.
Field of Candidates Narrows: Matt Doheny’s name comes off the ballot and the Independence Party throws its support to Republican and Conservative Party candidate Elise Stefanik in the race for Congress in Northern New York’s 21st District.
Starting Early: 4-year olds are being offered full-day pre-k in Lake Placid.
Homeless Shelter: A new idea on how to save the Old Stone Barracks in Plattsburgh is to turn the historic building into a homeless shelter for military veterans. To learn more visit oldstonebarracks.org.
Climate Change Study: A new study raises new concerns about the impact of climate change on birds including eagles and loons in the Adirondacks. To read the report visit audubon.org/climate.
Massive March: Well known environmental activist Bill McKibben joined hundreds of thousands for Sunday’s People’s Climate March and what is being called the largest climate protest in history.
State of the Park: We talk with Willie Janeway, Executive Director of the Adirondack Council, about the changing climate and other challenges facing the Adirondack Park. Read the report by clicking here. Watch the Extended Interview by clicking here.
Historic Landmark Sold: Rogers Island, a military landmark from the days of the French and Indian War, has been sold to the State of New York and town and village of Fort Edward, New York. Many, including State Senator Betty Little hope expanding access to more of the island and showcasing thousands of privately owned artifacts included in the sale, will draw more tourists to Rogers Island and other historic sites in the Adirondacks.