As 2013 comes to a close, a Syracuse family business marks 25 years in a highly specialized medical field. WAER’s Chris Bolt reports Rehab-Tech has helped numerous people walk, function or otherwise conquer amputations and other crippling medical problems.
Taking a trip back to look at video game technology is a few clicks away at the Everson Museum in Syracuse. A traveling exhibit is bringing back some old favorites. WAER’s Resident Gamer, John Smith reports.
Syracuse Police have arrested a male registered nurse who worked at the Golisano Children’s Hospital and charged him with four counts of a criminal sex act with an underage patient. They believe the sexual contact happened last fall. 24 year-old Joseph P. Carelli from Marcellus is also being charged with misdemeanors of 3rd degree sex abuse and endangering the welfare of a child.
Sometimes health changes in the elderly can present different living situations for families when the holidays arrive. WAER’s John Smith introduces us to a daughter and father who tried to keep their holiday traditions this year... even across the miles.
Central New York contractors and business advocacy groups are hoping the approaching new year finally brings reform to a nearly 130-year-old liability law. "The scaffold law is such an indicator of what we refer to as the old New York."
Brian Sampson is with the pro-taxpayer and economic growth group Unshackle Upstate…
New York is throwing fewer than half the children and teens in jail than it did a decade ago. The state was singled out by the National Juvenile Justice Network, which is trying to further reduce youth incarceration.