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WAER News Round-up

  • Democratic candidate Sarah Klee Hood has launched her campaign to run against Republican U.S. Rep. Brandon Williams for the 2024 election. Public schools in New York will no longer be able to use Native American names, mascots and imagery, and more in the WAER News Round-Up.
  • Catch up on all the week's news with the WAER News Round-up.
  • The City of Syracuse wants to partner with a Finger Lakes company to provide affordable high-speed internet, an update on the region's first collaborative school focused on science and the arts, and more in the WAER News Round-Up.
  • Jim Boeheim retires after 47 years of coaching, New York farmers are asking for more money for a safety training program, and more in the WAER News Round-Up.
  • The price of home sales in Central New York is rising compared to last year. And New York will introduce a new teaching certificate in Indigenous Studies. Read more of the WAER News Round-Up to catch up on the week's news.
  • This week, updates roll out on the I-81 project, Upstate-Crouse merger, and Jamesville prison closure, along with news on Gov. Kathy Hochul's chief judge nominee and the Syracuse City School District's proposed budget.
  • This week, a 3.8 earthquake centered east of Buffalo in the suburb of West Seneca at about Monday; Gov. Kathy Hochul visited Syracuse touting her executive budget; Micron revealed details of their plans at two town hall events in Onondaga County.
  • Governor Kathy Hochul's Chief Judge nominee doesn't have the votes and the City of Syracuse is grappling with the death of a young girl due to gun violence. Read more of the WAER News Round-Up to catch up on the week's news.
  • This week brought startling low temperatures just ahead of a record-breaking holiday travel season.
  • This week, Onondaga County is under a winter storm warning, flu shots are being recommended and the 50th Senate District winner is still unknown.