Chai Lin Kim's Articles

Central New York , Community , Pets , Public Safety , safety

Special Oxygen Masks For Pets Are Now Starting To Get Available In Upstate NY Fire Departments

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By Chai Lin Kim, Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC News)- It is always heartbreaking to lose your furry little family members to a fire. However, there is a new equipment, which can help pets to survive from these unfortunate incidents and it is spreading out through Upstate New York region. The company Invisible Fence started the project called Project […]

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Business , Central New York , Community , Consumer , food , tourism

Downtown Dining Weeks Added the “Sleep Over” Package With Special Deals

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By Chai Lin Kim SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Starting of Syracuse Downtown Dining Weeks is a good news for people who love to go visit restaurants with having good deals in Syracuse area. Syracuse resident, Bratt Liedka, loves to spend time with his family and friends with having a great deal of meal. “I am out here because […]

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Business , Central New York , Community , Consumer

Excessive Luxury Student Apartments in Syracuse Campus Area

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By Chai Lin Kim SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Syracuse University area became so popular having many luxury apartments for the students. In past couple of years, four off-campus student apartment buildings with a capacity for 690 tenants have been built. Moreover, there are four more luxury apartments with a total capacity of 2,024 tenants are under construction […]

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Business , Community , Consumer , Technology

Verizon Customers Complain About Unexplained Data Overage Bills

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By Chai Lin Kim, SYRACUSE NY (NCC News) – Over this past month, Verizon Wireless users have complained about their unreasonable data overage bills. According to Federal Communication Commission, they usually received about 180 complaints, but in September, they have received 2,079 complaints about bills this year. According to FCC, Andrew Kehoe from Alabama received a […]

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