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IQ2US: Do hunters conserve wildlife? ›
Join us this Sunday for Intelligence Squared U.S. -- the debate program you here occasionally on WRVO. This time the question at hand is "Do hunters conserve wildlife?" Whether in America’s state game lands or the African bush, hunting has become one of the most hotly debated issues in the media and online. Internationally, the killing of Cecil the lion triggered a firestorm of criticism over trophy hunting rules and regulations. Central to the debate here in the U.S. is the white-tailed deer. Its overpopulation has caused millions of dollars in property damage, over browsing in forests, and the spread of Lyme disease. Many believe that regulated hunting can be an effective way to manage healthy populations of deer and other wildlife. And with the funds raised from legal hunting—the purchase of permits in Africa, licenses and taxes here in the U.S.—hunters have contributed significantly to conservation efforts on both public and private lands. But hunting’s critics question whether big
Fri, 29 Jul 2016 21:53:56 +0000
Arrest of man who recorded police sparks Black Lives Matter protest in Syracuse ›
A video of a man who was arrested for recording police in Syracuse has caused outrage from activists.
Fri, 29 Jul 2016 20:37:28 +0000
Possible embezzlement at CNY SPCA being investigated ›
The Onondaga County District Attorney’s office is investigating a case of possible embezzlement at the Central New York SPCA. Former Onondaga County Executive Nick Pirro is the treasurer for the CNY SPCA Board of Directors. He went to the DA’s office July 11 with suspicions that something wasn’t right with the books. "In the operation of being the treasurer, things were brought to my attention. Other things were on my radar screen, and putting them together, I felt it was necessary to have somebody with expertise look at it,” Pirro said, in an interview with WRVO News. Since then, investigators have confiscated the nonprofit’s computers and some records, and two employees have been placed on administrative leave pending the investigation. Pirro would not comment any further on the investigation. Pirro said even though a trust has been broken within the organization, the work of the shelter continues and he and asks the community to continue to support it. "There’s 320 animals here
Fri, 29 Jul 2016 20:11:22 +0000
Tuned to Yesterday ›
# 643, Comedy, Screen Director’s Playhouse "Jackpot" 4/26/51 NBC. Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.
Fri, 29 Jul 2016 14:00:00 +0000
This week: polio and post-polio syndrome, plus medical ethics ›
Polio epidemics, which paralyzed and killed children and terrified their parents before Dr. Jonas Salk developed a vaccine, are brought to life by a survivor of a 1953 outbreak. Janice Flood Nichols was a DeWitt first-grader in 1953 when she and seven classmates were stricken with polio during the epidemic. Three of them, including her twin brother, died. Nichols recovered. The next year, she took part in testing the vaccine developed by Salk. Today she advocates for vaccination against polio and other diseases. On this week’s HealthLink on Air, Nichols talks about her mild case of post-polio syndrome, which can attack polio survivors decades later. Plus, Neurologist Burk Jubelt discusses the vaccine in use today, and the post-polio syndrome clinic he runs at Upstate University Hospital. Also on the show, a real-life case involving medical ethics. Join us this Sunday, July 31 at 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. on WRVO.
Fri, 29 Jul 2016 13:45:28 +0000
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