The number 44 has a lot of meaning in football at Syracuse University. It was worn by Jim Brown, Floyd Little and Ernie Davis. Davis was the first African American to win the Heisman Trophy. Cancer cut his life and dreams of playing in the NFL short. In our series, "Facing the Rising Sun: Profiles in Black History," Iris St. Meran explains how his legacy lives on at SU and beyond.
People in Newburgh who had their blood tested for PFOS exposure hoped to learn more about what their results mean at a meeting Wednesday night. But as Briggette Sayegh reports, many left the meeting with more questions than answers.
Updated 02/22/2017 11:12 PM