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THE CAMPAIGNS OF CLAUDIA TENNEY AND STEVE WELLS

Two Republicans In 22nd District Race Feud Over Past Donations

(WRVO) Two Republican candidates running for the open seat in New York's 22nd Congressional District are feuding over past campaign donations. New Hartford Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney is criticizing her main rival, Cazenovia businessman Steve Wells, for donations he and his company have made in the past to Democrats.
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(WXXI) A Great Lakes restoration program has been reauthorized by the House of Representatives, but awaits final approval in the Senate.

UPSTATE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

(WRVO) Researchers from Upstate University Hospital are testing a vaccine that could prevent a common respiratory virus among newborns.

THE CAMPAIGNS OF CLAUDIA TENNEY AND STEVE WELLS

(WRVO) Two Republican candidates running for the open seat in New York's 22nd Congressional District are feuding over past campaign donations. New Hartford Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney is criticizing her main rival, Cazenovia businessman Steve Wells, for donations he and his company have made in the past to Democrats.

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The state Bureau of Forestry is set to start aerial spraying to combat the gypsy moth population. In the midstate, the spraying will include Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Juniata, Lebanon, Northumberland, Perry, Schuylkill, Snyder and Union counties.

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 Planning is underway to move the state's extensive archives - just days after the state announced its building a new facility in Harrisburg. The state says the $24 million facility will help meet the needs of a digital world.

Scott Lamar / WITF

Federal officials and a power company recently reached an agreement to try to resurrect a fish species in the Susquehanna River. The effort involves trapping a 100,000 fish, trucking them upriver past dams, and transferring them back to the water.

PA Auditor Warns Of Costs Of Stalemate

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The state's top fiscal watchdog says another budget impasse would lead to a "backdoor tax increase" in Pennsylvania.

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People seeking bereavement counseling in the Southern Tier now have another option.

Lourdes Hospice was already offering bereavement counseling, but had no space dedicated to it. Most of the employees were out in the field, and places to meet clients became harder to find.

In the new Vestal facility, Lourdes has space for group counseling, family sessions, and has a playroom for children who are grieving. The room allows a lot of natural light to shine down on a small white table where kids can draw.

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Government reform groups say you can add one more item to the long list of reforms that they believe are needed in Albany: limits on campaign contributions to county political committees. 

Bret Jaspers / WSKG News

There has been a lot of discussion recently around so-called “fast fashion.” With the large amount of clothes being produced, sold, and discarded, two Cornell University professors are looking at ways to make the textile industry more sustainable. 

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