Tonight on Newswatch, the University of Puerto Rico sends 58 students to study at Cornell University for a free semester. Plus, the Catalonian leader seeks asylum in Belgium. All that, plus weather, sports and some spooky photos of our cast & crew!
“Tonight, we have an update on how Cornell students are responding to anti-semitic posters on their campus, and we take a look at Catalonia’s decision to declare independence from Spain. All that plus a preview of the upcoming election and weather. “
Tonight, we cover a stand together rally at Cornell University. Plus, President Trump Declares the opioid epidemic. All that plus weather and sports.
Tonight, Cornell University deals with the effects brought on by antisemitic posters that were hung around its campus. Plus, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson officially declares the racial tensions in Myanmar as “ethnic cleansing” of Muslims. All that plus weather and sports.
Tonight, local residents participate in a cupcake contest to raise awareness for mental health. Plus, Raqqa was liberated from ISIS rule. All that, plus weather and sports!
Tonight on Newswatch, wildfires blaze across northern California, and an inside look at the open house held by the Ithaca Police Department. All that plus weather and sports!
We take a closer look at the Ithaca Police Department’s open house and have an update on Hurricane Nate’s path. All that plus a look in weather and sports.
Tonight we cover President Trump’s visit to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico, and the possible closure of a local Ithaca bookstore. All that, plus weather and sports.
The 35th annual Apple Harvest Festival takes place and we take a close look at one vendor and an update at an attack that occurred Saturday night in Canada. All that plus a look at weather and sports.