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For this edition of Cooking at Home, Dan Eaton cooks a vibrant green vegetarian soup with sautéed Portobello mushrooms and tarragon!
Farmers in Madison County dairy feeding operations had a problem disposing used plastic until they partnered with a company in Niagara Falls to turn it into diesel fuel. For this edition of Going Green, Terry Ettinger has more.
In this edition of App Wrap, YNN’s Adam Balkin features a couple of blasts from the past in the form of apps, especially if you count yourself among the Gen-X crowd or so.
A Manhattan nonprofit teaches people how to row in the East River and gives them a unique perspective of the East River. YNN's Valarie D'Elia filed the following report.
How about a few more waterfall getaways? Here are 2 in Schuyler County. Traveling Route 414, the east side of Seneca Lake can be very enjoyable for wine trail enthusiasts. And along the way...
For this edition of Cooking at Home, Dan Eaton makes a quick and colorful meal: shrimp piccata with sautéed peppers, onions and zucchini.
Adam Balkin reviews apps Running with Friends and OLO Game
There are a seemingly endless amount of apps for kids to read stories, in an interactive way on mobile devices. But recently, there's been a bit of an explosion in apps that allows kids to create their own stories that can then be read back to them. For this edition of App Wrap, YNN’s Adam Balkin tells us about two interactive storytelling apps for kids.
YNN highlights the coolest and newest apps for your cellphone or mobile device in the twice-weekly segment "App Wrap." Adam Balkin filed the following report.
A local college is looking to join an observatory to get students excited about science, technology, engineering and math. As our Elyse Mickalonis explains, leaders hope the pairing of a fun environment and role models will help with that.
Some local students got a behind the scenes look at Welch Allyn in Skaneateles Falls Friday. It was part of a week-long Onondaga Community College camp designed to interest kids in science, technology engineering and math.
The Boy Scouts of America teamed up with Lockheed Martin for a week-long science and technology camp.
I made a discovery today. Actually, a couple of discoveries. I started out with the notion that I was going to get all my various computers and devices organized and shared on my home network, so that no matter where I was, or what I was doing, I would be able to access files and information.
Computing Columnist Nancy Roberts tells us about the internet's obsession with cats.
This week, Computing Columnist Nancy Roberts tells us more about Vine and Birchbox.
A new Star Trek film, called "Star Trek: Into Darkness," hits movie screens, and director J.J. Abrams has returned at the helm after his recent reboot of the franchise. Neil Rosen filed the following review.
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio and director Baz Luhrmann sit down with Neil Rosen to talk about the latest big screen adaptation of the literary classic "The Great Gatsby."
The latest movie adaptation of "The Great Gatsby" hits big screens this week, starring Leonardo DiCaprio in the iconic title role. Entertainment Weekly's Owen Gleiberman filed the following report.
For this edition of Garden Journeys, Terry Ettinger shows us two similar-looking plants: henbit and purple dead nettle. Then, he shares with us the similarities and differences of the two plants.
In this edition of Garden Journeys, Terry Ettinger tells us about a weed that many will be seeing this spring: Purple dead nettle
Dry shade is a really hard place to grow plants because there is no water or light, especially near roads where lots of salt is left in the winter. However epimedium, commonly known as barrenwort, grows very well in dry shade. For this edition of Garden Journeys, YNN’s Terry Ettinger shows us two color varieties of this plant: epimedium rubrum, a red variety, and epimedium frohnleiten, a yellow variety.
For this edition of Going Green, Terry Ettinger discusses the process of making your home net zero.
For this edition of Going Green, Terry Ettinger talks to some professionals at Fort Drum about forest harvesting.
More and more deer are showing up in urban areas of New York. Even when you don’t see the deer, you can find signs they’ve been around, like the bark scraped off the shrub willow. Perhaps, the habitat has gotten better for deer in urban areas. For this edition of Going Green, Terry Ettinger meets with a wildlife biologist.
Director J.J. Abrams is back at the helm in the next chapter of the starship enterprise. Here with his take on “Star Trek into Darkness” is our own Lights Camera Jackson.
Director Baz Luhrmann brings the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic "The Great Gatsby" to the big screen. Here with his take is our own Lights Camera Jackson.
Let the summer blockbuster season begin. "Iron Man 3" opens this weekend. Here with a preview is our own Lights Camera Jackson.
If you play your credit cards right, the sky could be the limit in terms of frequent flyer miles. Tara Lynn Wagner filed the following report.
If you are one of the millions of American burdened by student loan debt, there are ways to turn that IOU into an asset. Tara Lynn Wagner filed the following report.
Applying the lessons of Monopoly to your everyday finances can actually pay off. Tara Lynn Wagner filed the following "Money Matters" report.
If you are moving this summer and you are worried about moving your pets, fear not! Lisa Chelenza has a few tips that can help make the move easier for you both in this edition of Pet Pointers.
It may come as no surprise that obesity is a growing problem for American cats, and we may even be contributing to this problem without realizing it. Lisa Chelenza has more in this edition of Pet Pointers.
Whether a limb is ravaged by disease or an accident, sometimes the best course of treatment includes an amputation. Today, more about animal amputations and how you can help your pet live a fun-filled life after losing a limb in this edition of Pet Pointers.
The pros are out on the links as the first round of the Turning Stone Resort Championship is now underway. Local favorite Notah Begay III teed off at the Atunyote golf course earlier this morning. The weather caused play to be suspended for a few hours earlier this morning as thunderstorms moved across the area.
Year two of Jets training camp is underway on the SUNY Cortland campus. The team hit the field Monday morning for a practice that was off limits to the public. The afternoon session however will be open and free to anyone who wants to attend. ONLINE EXTRA: View a photo gallery from Jets training camp inside of this story.
Fireworks lit up the sky over Oswego to cap off day three of Harborfest.ONLINE EXTRA: Harborfest fireworks show.
Meet Margarette Keesee and William Heatley, winners of the 2013 Albany-Russian Olympiad Contest, a student competition on the history of Russia.
The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is home of the original Woodstock Music Festival. These days they also focus on education. In fact, there's a workshop specifically for teachers which explores the social mind of the 1960s.
Meet Dr. James Dawson, a member of the New York State Board of Regents. Dawson has a hundred schools districts in his area, and over the years he's managed to visit every one of the nearly 250 buildings. His reason is simple: to keep in touch on what's happening in today's classroom.
It's always big news when Google announces something new, and Wednesday was no exception, as the tech giant unveiled a new music streaming service to go head to head with popular services like Pandora and Spotify. YNN's Adam Balkin filed the following report.
The technology behind making the world's smallest movie could soon be used to make even more groundbreaking discoveries. Adam Balkin filed the following report.
A conference on the future of energy, including how to correct energy mistakes made due to Hurricane Sandy, was held in the city this week. Adam Balkin filed the following report.
A skiing program in Maine has adapted to the needs of skiers of all abilities for more than three decades. Valarie D'Elia filed the following report.
Are you ready for a tropical adventure for the whole family? You won't have to go far even at this time of year!
Beatlemania seems to be enjoying a revival, so consider heading across the pond for a pilgrimage to Liverpool, England, the birthplace of the Fab Four. Valarie D'Elia filed the following report.
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Deb Frysinger sent us a photo of her garden.
Our Katie Gibas has her own garden and she shows how big her tomato plants have grown so far.
Check out what's going on around the area this weekend! Lacey Leonardi has the Weekend Buzz.
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Keywords can make the crucial difference between a resume that is ignored and a resume that gets a second look from the human resource department. Employment reporter Asa Aarons filed the following report.
A personal brand can distinguish you from other job applicants and help employers grab your best traits. Employment reporter Asa Aarons filed the following report.
A recently laid-off New Yorker forced to network discreetly, has created a tool that she hopes will help others do the same. Asa Aarons filed the following employment report.
Spring sprung pretty rapidly outside. For this edition of Your Home, YNN’s Solomon Syed meets with a landscape management supervisor for tips on getting your landscaping in tip-top shape.
Over the course of our lives and homeownership, we tend to collect a lot of stuff. Keeping your belongings organized can be quite an undertaking, especially when you have children and schedules. For this edition of Your Home, YNN’s Solomon Syed filed the following report.
If you have been out and about in neighborhoods lately, you may have seen some signs popping up to advertise for an open house. If you're new to the real estate market, you may not know what an open house is. For this edition of Your Home, YNN’s Solomon Syed filed the following report.
Zoos have a rich history in the United States. Many started with the goal of entertaining the public; but over the years, they evolved and focused more on educating visitors and housing animals who are on the endangered species list. In this week’s edition of Your Hometown, our Elyse Mickalonis walks us through a living history at the nation’s fifth oldest zoo, which happens to be in Binghamton.
In the 1800's, the mills along Butternut Creek made the Village of Jamesville a bustling hub of Onondaga County. That all changed in the early morning hours of October 13, 1877. By the time the sun rose, part of the village lay in ashes, a man was run out of town, and a community was left to rebuild. In this week's edition of Your Hometown, Sarah Blazonis takes a look back at that fateful night.
Our look at State Parks in Your Hometowns ends with one of New York's newest state parks. Robert E. Wehle State Park in Jefferson County was created in 2003, but unlike most parks, it's not a campground. Instead of staying the weekend or even longer, this park is designed for the day trip. With 1,100 acres and 17,000 feet of mostly undeveloped Lake Ontario shoreline, Wehle State Park has become the place for bikers and hikers. Our Brian Dwyer and photojournalist R.D. White take us North to Henderson to explore this old military training area and the man who helped make it what it is today.
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