News & Community Issues

WSKG TV proudly produces original documentaries that archive the history, culture and issues of primary importance to our community. From Flood of '35 to Cornell: Birth of the American...
See a follow-up panel discussion to the television documentary High School Dropouts with local experts and community members sharing their opinions, perspectives and ideas on the subject. WSKG Radio...
Youth Voice: American Graduate Edition In the United States, 1 in 4 students will drop out before he or she finishes high school. How does this statistic affect students in our community...
    Please visit our news site, WSKGNews.org, for our most recent coverage.     A Message From Brian Sickora Every day, WSKG strives to provide programming that enriches...
Join us this February for a series of Black History Month specials on WSKG TV and Radio. On WSKG TV PBS broadcasts programming created by and about African Americans year-round, from public...
During our national debate on health care the comment was made that "just being alive is a pre-existing condition".  Though we like to believe that every child born is nature's...
In 2007, WSKG Radio aired a series of reports on genetic science research in our region. Kathleen Cook visited the Discovery Center’s "Amazing Arachnids" DNA camp to follow along with...
In 2007, WSKG Radio aired a series of reports on genetic science research in our region. Crystal Sarakas spoke with Dr. David Davies about his research into colonies of bacteria, called biofilms, and...
In 2007, WSKG Radio aired a series of reports on genetic science research in our region. Crystal Sarakas speaks with Dr. David Winkler and Dr. David Wolfe of Cornell University on climate change and...
In 2007, WSKG Radio aired a series of reports on genetic science research in our region. Crystal Saraks speaks with Dr. Leon Kochian of Cornell University on his research into aluminum-tolerant...