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Friday, December 27, 201312/27/2013

Will your doctor take your new health plan?

New York exchange has run smoothly compared to other states, but what problems could arise in new year?


Monday, December 23, 201312/23/2013

The cost of Christmas

Professor of Economics at Ithaca College Elia Kacapyr


Monday, December 23, 201312/23/2013

Winter falls can lead to fatalities

Dr. Andy Morpurgo from the Cayuga Medical Center


Friday, December 20, 201312/20/2013

Beers & steins & everything

Executive Chef of Wegmans in Ithaca Mike Washburn


Thursday, December 19, 201312/19/2013

Six Mile Creek introduces Amore

Vintner and distiller at Six Mile Creek Paul King


Thursday, December 19, 201312/19/2013

Obamacare attitudes

CBS News manager of surveys Jennifer DePinto


Wednesday, December 18, 201312/18/2013

Robertson looks back & ahead

Outgoing Chair of the Tompkins County Legislature Martha Robertson


Wednesday, December 18, 201312/18/2013

Making dreams come true

Dr. James Fey from the Dream Factory of Central New York


Wednesday, December 18, 201312/18/2013

The island of treacherous toys

SUNY Cortland’s NYPIRG Coordinator Jessica Johnnes

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Tuesday, December 17, 201312/17/2013

Negativity Scene update

Co-creator of the Negativity Scene Robert Abele

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