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April 9, 2021 4 min
Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay is on "Syracuse's Morning News with Dave Allen!"
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Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh presented his fiscal year 2022 city budget to members of the Common Council Thursday.
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April 9, 2021 4 min
John Tumino, Founder of In My Father's Kitchen is on "Syracuse's Morning News with Dave Allen!"
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This week it's "Thunder Force" (Netflix), "Voyagers" (theaters), and "Stars Fell on Alabama" (Hulu).
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Police believe the gunman who killed five people including a prominent South Carolina doctor was former NFL player Phillip Adams.
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Justin Rose overcame two early bogeys to fire a seven-under 65 and grab the lead after the first round of The Masters.
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President Biden is implementing a series of executive actions aimed at curbing gun violence. The moves follow last month's deadly mass shootings in Georgia and Colorado.
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Former Onondaga County GOP Chair Tom Dadey reacts to Rep. Lee Zeldin's run for NY Governor.
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Believe it or not, Central New York, Madison County specifically, once ruled the hop industry. What does this state budget mean for the hop industry? Chad Meigs, Owner of The Bineyard in Cazenovia and VP of Hops Growers of NY is on "Syracuse's Morning News with Dave Allen!"
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April 8, 2021 3 min
The Masters tees off today from Augusta National Golf Course in Georgia. One of the PGA Tour's most prestigious tournaments returns to its regular April start after the coronavirus pandemic pushed it to November last year.
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Only five states are accounting for 43% of all new COVID cases in the United States. Plus there is continued skepticism over the AstraZeneca vaccine AND it appears more colleges are going to require “Covid Passports.”
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Aviation Analyst Jay Ratliff and Syracuse's Morning News Host Dave Allen share Jack Hanna stories.
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Early this morning, state lawmakers passed a budget deal that gives the green light to legal sports betting, and will give unemployment benefits to some illegal immigrants.
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On Thursday, April 8, CNY Central will continue the conversation on this issue with an hour-long Town Hall examining the mental health crisis.
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President Biden is pushing up a key date involving eligibility for coronavirus vaccinations. Speaking at the White House, the President said every adult in the U.S. will be eligible to be vaccinated by April 19.
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On Sunday, April 18, participants can also take part in a day of movement and inspiration to wrap up the 2021 Heart Challenge.
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Talks on reviving the Iran nuclear deal are said to be on the right track. U.S. and Iranian officials call yesterday's meeting "constructive." Simon Owen reports.
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According to the Senate parliamentarian, Senate Democrats can now officially pass more bills with simply 51 votes. What does that mean for Republicans and Biden’s legislative agenda? Mike Bower reports.
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The fallout continues from Georgia’s new voting law. Rory O'Neil reports.
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Syracuse Mets GM Jason Smorol is talking about fan cutouts for charity, opening day, and his beard.
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