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Lawmakers Consider All-Day Kindergarten

Education experts, testifying at an Assembly hearing, say more children would meet minimum educational standards if they started school earlier, and finished later. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Tupper Resort Hearing Goes Forward

In Tupper Lake tonight locals will meet in the town hall to discuss a proposed zoning change intended to help the Big Tupper resort project. This is the first major public hearing on the project since last month's election. As Brian Mann reports, key decisions could be made before the new slate of elected officials takes office.  Go to full article

Under-funding Threatens Library Services

At an Assembly hearing on library aid, New York's education commissioner and librarians said public libraries are woefully under funded, and need more money to help New Yorker's compete in the global economy. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Soldiers React to Cheney Message

A mass of soldiers formed the backdrop for the vice president's speech yesterday. And the troops right behind Cheney were wearing brand-new, light grey camouflage uniforms -...  Go to full article

State Promises Millions for Railroads

Governor Pataki says New York will spend $40 million over the next two years upgrading the state's railroad infrastructure. A third of that money will go to support rail...  Go to full article

Cheney Pushes Steady Course in Iraq

Vice President Dick Cheney told troops at Fort Drum that an early withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq would increase the risk of terrorist attacks at home and abroad. Cheney...  Go to full article

Cheney Brings War Message to Drum

Vice President Dick Cheney is heading for Watertown today for a meet-and-greet with troops just back from Iraq. It's part of a concerted effort to shore up public support...  Go to full article

Pirro Staying in Senate Race

Beleaguered U.S. Senate candidate Jeanine Pirro says she's staying in the race, despite calls by some in her party for her to quit and run for Attorney General instead. ...  Go to full article

Judiciary Submits Budget Request

Judges in New York want Governor George Pataki to give them a pay raise this year in the new budget. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

New Assembly Minority Leader Hits the Road

The new leader of the New York Assembly Republicans says he intends to "hit the ground running" during his first days of running the smallest political faction in the state...  Go to full article

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