Albany Capital Region Now that many school districts know how many students opted out of the first week of Common Core testing, they face the task of figuring out what happens if their numbers don't match state requirements. Katie Eastman is in the newsroom with more. 09:56 PM
A woman was injured when she was hit by a car on Central Avenue Friday night.
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More than a dozen horses have been taken from a farm in Saratoga County that's been the site of animal abuse before. Geoff Redick has more from the Arnold Farm in Greenfield.
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With the corruption charges leveled against former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, and this week's news of a federal investigation into Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos' son, it's safe to say lawmakers in top spots in government, are often under scrutiny. Nick Reisman reports. 09:45 PM
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara is making waves by taking on Albany's leadership, including possibly Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos. However, a rebuke from a federal judge could affect the cases the prosecutor is building.
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The State Board of Elections voted to keep the LLC loophole open but lawmakers have a bill that would close it. Senator Daniel Squadron joined us to talk more about this.
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What is it like to have a personal chef come in and prepare meals? Kristen Shaughnessy checked in with Chef Mark Bailey in this Healthy Living report.
A buckwheat honey twist on spiced molasses cookies.
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In this installment of our series “Cuba: Closer Than You Think,” Time Warner Cable News’ Valarie D’Elia explains the benefits of taking a Cuba Cruise.
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