[3 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]
Spring FILM 48 Roundtable

Ashley Dufresne, WHRW News 
WHRW News Producer Ashley Dufresne talks with the participants and organizers of the Binghamton Film Initiative’s second Film 48 competition of the year. Teams had just 48 hours to create a short film for the competition.

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[3 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]

Ashley Dufresne, WHRW News 
WHRW News Producer Ashley Dufresne talks with the participants and organizers of the Binghamton Film Initiative’s second Film 48 competition of the year. Teams had just 48 hours to create a short film for the competition.

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[29 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]

Lory Martinez, WHRW NEWS
Baltimore, Maryland.

 
Here are the facts:  According to reports by the Atlantic and several other media outlets, when Gray was arrested in West Baltimore on April 12, he was unable to walk. When he arrived at the station he was unable to breathe or speak and would die from untreated spinal injuries four days later.
 
 

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[4 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]

Jeffrey Goldberg, WHRW News
According to CNN, California Governor Jerry Brown has issued mandatory water restriction in an attempt to reduce usage by 25% in the drought ravaged state. The announcement was made in the Sierra Nevada mountains, usually covered by 5 feet of snow. Now, it is nearly dry. — Impose significant cuts in water use on campuses, golf courses, cemeteries and other large landscapes.
Some other measures included in the order include:
– Replace 50 million square feet of lawns throughout the state with “drought tolerant landscaping.”
– Create a temporary, statewide …

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[31 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]

Jeffrey Goldberg, WHRW News
It was revealed recently that the passport numbers and visa information of 31 world leaders were accidentally leaked to soccer organizers by Australian officials before the G20 summit in Brisbane back in November of 2014. This includes people such as president Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. It was decided at the time not to alert anyone involved. The BBC reported a quote, “Given that the risks of the breach are considered very low and the actions that have been taken to limit the further distribution …

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[31 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]

Benjamin Heo, WHRW News
According to the New York Times, two federal agents were charged yesterday with money laundering and wire fraud for allegedly stealing Bitcoins during their investigation of Silk Road, the deep-net drug marketplace taken down by the FBI in 2013. The two agents, who had worked for the Secret Service and for the FBI, resigned under the pressure of this investigation. One agent is accused of transferring over $800,000 worth of Bitcoins and other online currencies into his personal account that had been placed under his control as …