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Local Bowling Alley Profits From The OnCenter Bowling Tournament

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Audio File: Bowling Transcript By Payton May SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)– All Star Alley & Tavern customers are getting a full view of every gutter ball the United States Bowling Committee bowlers make in practice. The alley has partnered with the USBC tournament to advertise and gain day-time business with free practice lanes according to Event Coordinator […]

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Business, Government, Jobs, Politics

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo Proposes New Legislation on Accessing Employee’s Salary History

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Governor Andrew Cuomo announced new legislation on Tuesday that employers will be banned from asking about future employee’s salary history, which according to Governor Cuomo, helps address the pay gap between men and women. “The gender pay gap exists across the economic spectrum, across all industries, and can follow women throughout their entire careers,” Governor […]

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Business, Central New York, Community, Consumer, Public Safety

Perception of Self-Driving Car Changes Following the Death in Arizona

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Radler: Driverless Car Script By Josh Radler SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — On Sunday, a self-driving Uber car struck and killed a pedestrian walking across the street in Tempe, Arizona. It is the first time that a driverless car has ever killed someone. This technology has been years in the making but now is in the hot […]

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Business, Central New York, Community, Education, Non-profit, Syracuse

How one Syracuse refugee family battled language barrier to start a new life

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By Eshalaxmi Barlingay SYRACUSE (NCC News) – There are around 9,500 refugees in the Onondaga County since the last 10 years, many of them from Bhutan, Syria, Africa, Somalia and many from other middle eastern countries. One of them was Angeton Mouity. Mouity and his family were refugees from the Republic of Combo in Central Africa. […]

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Business, Central New York, Community, Environment, Government, History, Manufacturing, Politics, Syracuse

Even in a Market With Limited Homes Available for Purchase, Buyer Demand Remains Strong

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Click the play button above to learn why buyer demand remains high despite limited homes available for sale.  Audio transcript:newscast 5 script By Anthony Khelil SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS)– Home sales in New York State dropped 6.2 percent this February. New York State realtors closed 7,328 sales, almost 500 fewer than the 7,800 sales made in […]

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Business, Central New York, Community

Syracuse Supermarket Supports Growing Middle East And African Community

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By Omneya Aboushanab Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC News)– According to Syracuse.Com around 10,000 Refugees and Immigrants were settled in Onondaga County in the last 10 years. Interfaith Works alone settles around  500-600 new refugees each year. Refugees often leave their homes because of war, natural disasters, persecution, etc. So it is important for Sanctuary Cities, like Syracuse […]

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Business, Central New York, Fundraiser, Syracuse

Syracuse’s Fundraising for Childhood Cancer Enjoys Another Successful Year

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Listen here to learn more about Syracuse’s “Bald for a Cause” fundraising campaign. Audio Transcript: Newscast 1 Script ROY By Ethan Roy SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) For the last 14 years, organizations across the city of Syracuse have joined together to raise money to combat childhood cancer as a part of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Kitty […]

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Business, Central New York, Sports

National Bowling Tournament Forms Partnership With Syracuse Crunch

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Click the play button above to learn how USBC is hoping to use the Open Championships in Syracuse to promote the sport of bowling.  Audio Transcript: AFutureForTheSport By J.D. Raucci SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — With the Oncenter’s Convention Center and War Memorial currently occupied by sports organizations, the United States Bowling Congress, or USBC, and the […]

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Business, Central New York, Sports, Syracuse, Weather

Web Extra: NCC Newsbrief Podcast 3/21/18

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Audio Transcript: NCC Newsbrief 032118_Hansen NCC News’ Nicole Hansen wraps up the day in Central New York news with your NCC News Brief for Wednesday, March 21. Stories include how Syracuse men’s basketball’s NCAA Tournament run has impacted local businesses, an update on the snowstorm sweeping up the East Coast, and a popular craft beer pub’s […]

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Business, Central New York, Community, Government

Local Business Tries To Get Ahead Of Proposed Steel Tariffs

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Click the play button above to learn how one local company’s vice president is worried about how proposed tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum could hurt his business.  Audio Transcript: SteelTariffsLocal By J.D. Raucci MATTYDALE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Jason LaShomb walked down a narrow, dimly lit hallway before turning the doorknob. As the door creaked […]

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Trump’s Tariff Will Have Implications for Local Syracuse Businesses

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By James Groh Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) — President Trump’s proposed aluminum and steel tariff is going to have local effects. “If it keeps moving, when we bid something a couple weeks later or a month later if we did get it, we could eat the extra money we didn’t know that it would increase again,” […]

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Prices for Activities Around Syracuse are Nearing an Increase

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By Sean Robson SYRACUSE N.Y. (NCC News) —Syracuse’s Common Council is looking to implement legislation that would increase prices for activities and hobbies around the city. Syracuse hasn’t seen a fluctuation in prices of these sorts in nearly 10-15 years, which supports the city government’s reasoning. Ice skaters, golfers and hobby enthusiasts will need to […]

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