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State Assemblyman Jim Tedisco discusses his plan to address water infrastructure problems.
State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia on the latest ELA and math test scores.
Flashback to George Pataki's 1984 Assebly run; DFS legislation.
Coverage and analysis of the DNC where Hillary Clinton became the nominee for president.
Extensive analysis of GOP National Convention; lack of buzz for farmers.
NYS Comptroller Tom DiNapoli discusses the current economic conditions in the state.
New report looks at polluted Superfund sites across the region; Start-Up NY job numbers.
Governor Andrew Cuomo signs bills to combat heroin crisis and ‘zombie properties’.
See how Capital District programs provide access to healthy foods at an early age.
The Independent Living Center of the Hudson Valley helps individuals with disabilities.
Schenectady Bridges assists people on the journey from poverty to sustainability.
A look at regional programs that connect low-income families with fresh fruits & veggies.
College Hometown Pharmacy is helping to remove barriers to healthcare.
Tomeico talks about the challenges of affording child care.
YouthBuild Schenectady helps young adults transform their lives and communities.
Discussion of the challenges of affording child care.