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11:57 am
Thu June 13, 2013

Newhouse School To Name New Studios After Legendary Dick Clark

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The Newhouse school announced plans to rename its newly renovated studios after legendary icon and alumnus Dick Clark '51.
The Newhouse School today revealed plans to name its renovated studio facilities Dick Clark Studios in honor of legendary entertainer and alumnus Dick Clark '51. The announcement was made by Clark's widow, Kari Clark, at the school's annual Mirror Awards ceremony honoring excellence in media industry reporting.
11:44 am
Thu June 13, 2013

Inspector Who Surveyed Building Prior to Philadelphia Collapse Commits Suicide

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Inspector who surveyed the Philadelphia building that collapsed killing 6 people died from apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
PHILADELPHIA -- An official says an inspector who surveyed a Philadelphia building before it collapsed last week, killing six people, has committed suicide. Deputy Mayor Everett Gillison says the inspector was found fatally shot in a pickup truck Wednesday night. The man was a Department of Licenses and Inspections employee who had inspected the building May 14.
War Casualties
6:35 pm
Wed June 12, 2013

Three from New York Latest Victims of War in Afghanistan

Fort Drum suffers two more casualties in Middle East fighting
Credit veteranstoday.com

Three people from New York will be honored this week after losing their lives in the war in Afghanistan. 


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Bribery and Scandal
6:21 pm
Wed June 12, 2013

Cuomo in Syracuse Pushes Public Campaign Financing, Stronger Govt Corruption Laws

Governor Cuomo speaks at SU for his Campaign Finance Reform, Voting Reform and Anti-Corruption Legislation
Credit Chris Bolt, WAER News

Chris Bolt reports on Governor Cuomo visit to Syracuse University Newhouse School to promote "Clean Up NY"

Governor Andrew Cuomo continued his push in Syracuse Wednesday for a package of bills he’s touting as “Clean Up New York.”


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State Legislature
9:16 pm
Tue June 11, 2013

NYPIRG, Other Groups try to Get Tougher Mercury Law Passed in Albany

Environmental groups pushing State Senate to enact tougher Mercury restrictions.
Credit ehow.com

Mercury pollution could pose a lesser threat to New York’s natural environment thanks to a bill passed in the State Assembly Monday.   But Environmental groups are tryig to urge the State Senate to jump on board. 

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