For more stories on New York State, check out The Innovation Trail.
Facebook Courts News Giants Into A Deal To Share Viewers, And Profits
Nine media organizations, including The New York Times and National Geographic, have signed a deal to distribute their content through a new Facebook feature called "Instant Articles."
How Do You Say 'Snafu' In Japanese?
White House press secretary Josh Earnest has called a delay in passing trade legislation a "snafu." But he said he didn't know how to translate the word for countries impacted by the deal. We do.
Minnesota Judge Considers Sending ISIS Recruits To Halfway House
A Minnesota judge told five young men who are accused of trying to join the self-declared Islamic State that he would consider transferring them to a halfway house if they participated in rehab.
NTSB Continues Investigation Into Derailed Amtrak Train
An Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia Tuesday night, killing at least seven people and injuring more than 200. The NTSB says the train was traveling at over 100 mph when it derailed.
Santa Fe Cuts Water Consumption By Imposing Tiered Pricing Model
NPR's Melissa Block interviews Santa Fe, N.M., Mayor Javier Gonzales about how the city managed to cut water usage by one-fifth while its population grew by 10 percent.
California Builders Prepare For Future Water Needs As Population Grows
Under the growing burden of drought, California is struggling to supply enough water to all of the people currently living there. The state is also working on ways to ensure water for millions more residents expected to live there in the future.
Arts & Culture
Education & Exploration
History & Heritage
News & Community Issues
WSKG Radio service from WSQA (88.7fm, Hornell) is experiencing an outage. Our engineering department is working to restore full service. We appreciate your patience!
WSKG-TV Public File
WSKA Public File