Chasing the Dream, Season 1: Ep 5
| October 12, 2018
Chasing the Dream: Transportation
This week on Chasing the Dream, we hear from the founder of
S&P Mobility and his inspiration for starting this business. Natasha Thompson, host of the series and President & CEO of the Food Bank of the Southern Tier, discusses issues surrounding transportation with Jack Salo of the Rural Health Network of South Central New York. The episode concludes with stories from local community members chasing their own version of the American Dream.
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Governor Cuomo's daily coronavirus briefing can be seen on a viewer below. Also below are recordings of most of the governor's other coronavirus daily briefings. The timing of each day's briefing is set that morning and is posted here. They are also broadcast live on WSKG radio. (TOP PLAYER ACTIVE ONLY DURING LIVE BRIEFING)
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JUNE 6, 2020
ALBANY, NY (WSKG) - The number of deaths related to COVID-19 in New York has reached another all-time low since the peak of the disease in April, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday, with only 35 new fatalities reported Friday, the latest data from the state.
Hundreds of protesters streamed between New York City's skyscrapers, chanting and blocking traffic on Wednesday. A helicopter hovered overhead, while huge numbers of police in riot gear kept pace.
ROCHESTER, NY (WXXI) - The gradual reopening of the Rochester-Finger Lakes region necessitates a balancing act for the region’s oldest residents, say doctors who specialize in geriatrics at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Mortality from COVID-19 increases with age.
SYRACUSE, NY (WRVO) - The international governmental body that helps regulate water levels in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River has been reducing how much water is being released from the Lake through the Moses-Saunders Dam.
SYRACUSE, NY (WRVO) - Protests over police brutality and the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis are pushing ahead state and local legislation that has languished for years. There are 13 pieces of legislation in New York that the state Assembly’s Black and Latino caucus hopes to pass as soon as next week.
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