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NY State School Boards Association Executive Director Tim Kremer talks school budgets.
Looming nursing shortage; cloud of corruption continues in Albany.
Investigative journalist Wayne Barrett reflects on his decades covering Donald Trump.
MSNBC's Steve Kornacki analyzes the 2016 Presidential Race.
'Chasing the Dream' report on minimum wage increase; discussion of primary results.
Sanders, Trump, Kasich visit upstate; NFIB director on minimum wage increase.
Clinton and Cruz visit upstate; discussion of newly-enacted state budget.
Discussion and analysis of the newly approved state budget.
Program teaches STEM skills to junior high school students in the natural environment.
Special report on the impact of the minimum wage increase in New York.
Mid-Hudson Valley residents concerned about unfair collection practices.
Innovation Trail report on the water crisis in Hoosick Falls.
Innovation Trail looks at coping with mental illness through performance art.
Innovation Trail looks at the debate on how best to control the robust deer population.
Times Union's Paul Grondahl and WMHT's Nicole Van Slyke discuss 'The Dragon Lives Here.'
Innovation Trail report on the uncertain future for coal plants in New York.