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Where is the Line Drawn Between Physical Discipline and Abuse?

US

Where is the Line Drawn Between Physical Discipline and Abuse?

Over the past couple of weeks, several NFL players have made the headlines for all allegedly committing acts of domestic abuse. Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was charged with child abuse after physically disciplining his son. But when does corporal punishment become abuse? Cara Thomas reports. 6:25 PM

UR Awarded Grant for Cancer Control Studies

Rochester

UR Awarded Grant for Cancer Control Studies

The grant from the National Cancer Institute awarded principal investigator Gary Morrow $18.6 million over five years to help his team design and manage clinical studies to be used nationwide. Updated 12:12 PM

Orleans County Man Found Guilty of Murder

Albion

Orleans County Man Found Guilty of Murder

Frederick Miller of Carlton was convicted Wednesday of second degree murder. Investigators said Miller was arguing with his girlfriend, Rachel Miller, inside the couple's home on Oak Orchard River Road last March. Updated 12:05 PM

Dispute Escalates on Cayuga Indian Nation, Shuts Down Route 90

Cayuga County

Dispute Escalates on Cayuga Indian Nation, Shuts Down Route 90

A dispute within the Cayuga Indian Nation spilled out into the street Wednesday. Part of Route 90 in Union Springs was blocked for several hours. State Police and deputies were on hand to ensure the safety of the community. Iris St. Meran explains how this incident impacted one local business. Updated 11:46 AM

Senate Votes This Week on ISIS Plan, House Approved Wednesday

Washington D.C.

Senate Votes This Week on ISIS Plan, House Approved Wednesday

The House approved a bill Wednesday to allow the United States to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight back against the militant group ISIS. Washington Bureau reporter Michael Scotto was in Washington this week while lawmakers went back and forth on how to respond to the group's violent actions. He has more on their reaction to the move. 10:04 AM

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