In August 2011, tropical storms Irene and Lee tore through upstate New York and New England with devastating effects to some local communities. CBS6 will air "Tropical Fury: One Year Later"-- a one hour local news special covering these storms, the aftermath and the progress that has been made to restore homes, towns, businesses and the lives of those affected. We bring you personal stories of those we met when the storms hit, as well as take a look at what's being done to make sure a disaster of this magnitude never happens again.
JUDGE DENIES COSBY BID TO TOSS LAWSUIT
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) -- A lawsuit against Bill Cosby has survived an attempt to have it kicked out of court.
PAUL SMITHS, N.Y. (AP) -- It takes more than money to get a college named after you.
Major business and economic reports due out today
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Labor Department will report today on the number of people who applied for unemployment benefits last week. Also, Freddie Mac will release the weekly mortgage rates.
IN THE NEWS: SELF-DRIVING CARS
TOKYO (AP) -- Like those objects in your rear-view mirror, self-driving cars may be closer than they appear.
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