Tonight on Newswatch Governor Cuomo wants to shut down three New York State prisons by Labor Day. State congressmen invite Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to visit upstate New York to consider the possibility of having its second headquarters in the region. Plus, Heather Nauert withdraws from consideration as UN ambassador. All that, plus weather and…
Tonight on Newswatch the Ithaca’s History Center moves, a former Cornell University student is sentenced on weapons charges, Ithaca College opens a weekly food pantry, and actor Jussie Smollett turns himself into police for allegedly filing a false police report regarding an assault.
Tonight on Newswatch we discuss Paul Manafort’s plea deal violation, updates on the situation at the US-Mexico border and we say goodbye and good luck to our anchor Jack Sears as he is graduating.
Tonight on Newswatch we cover a structure fire in Groton, CNN’s lawsuit against President Trump, and bring you updates on the devastating California wildfires.
Tonight on Newswatch we bring you the latest on the upcoming Midterm Elections, President Trump sending troops to the border, and we remember the victims of the Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh.
Tonight’s top stories included the mass shooting in Southern California which killed 13 people, Brett Kavanaugh officially taking his seat on the Supreme Court, and recaps of Tuesday evening’s Election Night coverage.
Tonight’s top stories included a car crash in Enfield, New York, the shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and a fatal car crash at a bus stop in Tampa, Florida.
Tonight on Newswatch an Ithaca College student was shot in the commons, synagogue mourns after deadly shooting in Pittsburgh, and world leaders meet in Syria in an effort to end their war. All this and more on Newswatch.
Our top stories this evening included coverage on the suspicious packages sent to prominent figures across the United States, Trump issuing over 800 troops to the US-Mexico border, and Cornell University Police make an arrest for a sex abuse misdemeanor.
Tonight on Newswatch, Andrew Cuomo and Marc Molinaro face off in a debate, President Trump calls himself a nationalist, and the latest on the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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