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DRONE DEBATE
6:52 pm
Mon October 14, 2013

Two Drone Protestors Bring Stories of Afghanistan to Syracuse

A MQ9 Reaper - the type of drone flown out of Hancock Air Base

Two peace advocates who’ve made several trips to Afghanistan are in Syracuse to share their observations…and join protests against the use of military drones.  Kathy Kelly traveled with the group “Voices of Creative Nonviolence" and saw people struggling economically after four decades of war.
 

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Sports
1:50 pm
Sun October 13, 2013

Syracuse Notches First ACC Win

Orange RB Prince-Tyson Gulley breaks free. He rushed for over 100 yards for the first time since the Pinstripe Bowl.
Credit syracuse.com, 2013

The Orange (3-3) edged NC State (3-3) 24-10 Saturday, earning its first ACC victory in school history. Both offenses struggled to find any rhythm early on, but the SU rushing attack of Jerome Smith and Prince-Tyson Gulley turned it on to pull away from the Wolfpack in the 4th quarter. Smith led the team with 140 yards on the ground, while Gulley was right behind him with 132.

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CYBER SECURITY
6:02 pm
Fri October 11, 2013

Don't Be A Victim, Keep Your Information Safe

New York State is trying to get ahead of the growing number of people who are after all sorts of personal and other valuable data. 

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Onondaga Creekwalk
2:02 pm
Fri October 11, 2013

Follow This Design to Find Syracuse's Creekwalk

Logo selected for Onondaga Creekwalk
Credit City of Syracuse

A logo has been selected through online voting to help joggers, bicyclists, walkers with strollers and others to the Onondaga Creekwalk.  The design was selected out of three that were put up on a website.  It will be put on dozens of signs the mark the path of the Creekwalk and directions to it.

The designs were all created by classes in Syracuse University's School of Visual and Performing Arts.  Voting took place between October 2nd and 9th. 

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Outcome May Open Recreation Space
6:39 am
Fri October 11, 2013

November Ballot Propositions Could Settle Adirondack Land Disputes

NYCO wants to expand its mining site into the wilderness at Jay Mountain.
Credit Nancie Battaglia / adirondackexplorer.org

Access to land in the Adirondacks can pit private interests against the public, but a proposition on the November election ballots seeks to help ease tense situations near Raquette Lake.

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