See inside the debut of ‘The Office’ Experience

CHICAGO (WGN) — Jim, Pam, Michael, and the rest of “The Office” crew at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company live on in streaming glory—and at the new “The Office” Experience. ‘Schitt’s Creek’ super fans meticulously recreate TV show’s motel room at vintage store Opened on Friday in Chicago, “The Office” Experience transports fans of the sitcom … Read more

SUNY campuses work to attract students as enrollment dips

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Enrollment continues to decline at State University of New York campuses amid the ongoing pandemic.  Since 2010, the SUNY system has seen enrollment shrink by roughly 20%. Jim Malatras, the Chancellor of the State University of New York, said it has been a challenge over the past decade.  SUNY: 99.5% of … Read more

Empire State Weekly: Federal judge blocks health care vaccine mandate

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — This week on Empire State Weekly, we dive into the legalities of workplace religious exemptions after a federal judge granted an injunction to plaintiffs suing over New York State’s vaccine mandate for health care workers. Local health systems react to injunction allowing religious exemptions for health care workers Federal judge David … Read more

Cuomo accuser on #MeToo, 4 years in

NEW YORK (AP) — To Charlotte Bennett, the new book that arrived at her Manhattan apartment this week—Anita Hill’s “Believing”—was more than just a look at gender violence. It was a dispatch from a fellow member of a very specific sisterhood—women who have come forward to describe misconduct they suffered at the hands of powerful … Read more

South Texas communities organize massive bi-national vaccination drives ahead of border reopening

McALLEN, Texas (Border Report) — With border travel restrictions to be lifted in a couple weeks, several border communities in South Texas are organizing vaccination drives north of the Rio Grande to help get more Mexican neighbors vaccinated. COVID-19 vaccination will be a requirement to come into the United States. U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar, a … Read more

Brian Laundrie search: Officers carrying large rifles into Carlton Reserve are ‘training and searching,’ police say

You can find the latest on the investigation involving Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie here. Download the WFLA app for breaking news push alerts and sign up for breaking news email alerts. NORTH PORT, Fla. (WFLA) — There was a large law enforcement presence on Friday at the Sarasota County nature reserve where the search for Brian Laundrie has … Read more

Amid questions, North Country, Vermont breath ‘huge sigh of relief’ over reopening border

CANADIAN BORDER (WFFF/WWTI) — Families and political and business leaders are praising plans by the Biden administration to begin allowing people from Canda and Mexico who are fully vaccinated against COVID to enter the U.S. This applies to vehicle, rail, and ferry travel at the Northern Border starting in November. DHS announces border reopening between … Read more

Western Massachusetts police looking for missing 73-year-old man

WESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) — Police need your help locating a missing Westfield man who was last seen in September.  Lifesharing community for all abilities in Columbia County marks 60 years The Westfield Police Department is looking for 73-year-old Michael Baer. He was last seen on September 20, after telling his roommate he was going Upstate New York for horseback riding.  His … Read more

Scott cites noncompliance to resist demand for mask mandates amid rising cases

MONTPELIER, Vt (WFFF) — Over the past week, Vermont’s encouraging COVID trends took a downturn as the rest of New England and large portions of the U.S. continued to see improvement. Vermont teachers renew demand for mask mandate Case counts have risen 26% over the past seven days, and hospitalizations are reaching levels the state … Read more