News & Community Issues

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...
Cancer Survivor Ron Wakeman speaks with Kathleen Cook of WSKG Radio. Also speaking are Ron's wife Kathy, and their daughter Karie Earley. Part of an outreach project connected with the PBS...
Cancer survivor Sally Youngstrom speaks with Kathleen Cook of WSKG Radio. Part of an outreach project connected with the PBS program "The Truth About Cancer" aired April 16, 2008.
Cancer Nurse Coordinator Ruth Manzer speaks with WSKG's Kathleen Cook about her position. This interview is part of WSKG's outreach related to the PBS program "The Truth About Cancer...
Breast cancer survivor Kim speaks with WSKG's Kathleen Cook. Part of a project connected with the PBS program "The Truth About Cancer" which first aired in April 2008.
Why do women avoid getting a mammogram, despite knowing it is the single most effective way to detect early tumors in the breast? Is it the time involved, the cost, or perhaps the fear of finding...
As part of our 2008 Thinking Green series, WSKG featured stories from a collaboration of northeast public radio stations. How does Broome County’s recycling rate compare to other counties in...
As part of our 2008 Thinking Green series, WSKG featured stories from a collaboration of northeast public radio stations. Scientists at Cornell University announced their findings today from the...
2011 has been called 'the year of the protest.' Time Magazine's Person of the Year was 'the protester.' Across the world, people are fed up and taking their frustrations to the...
I've been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. You know, I don't much like seeing those words in type.  But that's my status.  I have a progressive, degenerative disease...