Pittsfield, MA – Some Berkshire County high school students didn't have to study for the first test they took this year. Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo, has the details on a cognitive test doctors and school officials say will more definitively determine when it's safe to send injured student-athletes back on the field;
Albany, NY – SUNY Cortland is hosting the first ever "I LIVE NY" Summit, an event planned by New York's First Lady Silda Wall Spitzer, targeting the causes for young people leaving the state. Capital District Bureau Chief Dave Lucas spoke with Mrs. Spitzer about the event.
Montpelier, VT – Economic consultants hired by Vermont officials to determine why education spending in the state is so high say a large scale study will be needed to assess the root causes. WAMC's North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley has more.
Stuyvesant, NY – A structural engineer who found a bridge with "fist-sized holes" in supporting girders says the tests the state uses to determine safe support loads don't apply when girders are rusted through.
Albany, NY – (Airs: 9/14/07 and 9/15/07) The Legislative Gazette is a weekly program about New York State Government and politics. On this week's Gazette: A state senate committee meets to consider Governor Spitzer's choice to run the state's horse racing franchise, we'll report on a new device that links photos and information on the state's missing child register, and state officials remember those who died in the 9-11 attacks six years ago this week.
Albany, NY – (AIRS: 9/16/07 & 9/17/07) WAMC's Alan Chartock, Times Union Editor Rex Smith and WTEN News Anchor Elisa Streeter discuss: the D.C. Madam and ABC news, what drives the political slant in daily newspapers, and the media faces fines for photographs of Carmen Electra.