This week, we talk about Brockport’s Diversity Conference, Indigenous People’s Day, Aerie Cafe’s grand opening, freshman summer reading book proposals, homecoming week events, open mic
Mumps Outbreak in Syracuse jeopardizing sports, 400 Bodies being exhumed and reburied during construction at UB, UB is in the process of revoking Harvey Weinstein’s
Reporter Jordan Soldaczewski talks about the Las Vegas shooter, the New York highway signs, and Sears closing in Canada on today’s Talon News Minute.
Reporter Kayla Green talks about the recent flooding on the Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River shorelines, the new Perry’s ice cream flavor, and BASC
Reporter Casandra Battisti talks about the recent rallies in Charlottesville, the changing of Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s Day in cities across the country, and
In this week’s Sports Cast, Cordell Cummings and Ben Vahey give you the latest updates in high school, collegiate, and professional sports.
Reporter Sydney Berbano talks about the new Monroe County initiatives to help domestic abuse victims, “IVoted” sticker design for next year’s election, and airport security
BY NEWS 4’s: Kayla Green @kaylagreen04 The College at Brockport’s 17th Annual Diversity Conference was held on October 5, and it was another huge success.
This week on News 4 Brockport: Memorial plans for Megan Dix, ESL Credit Union event, National Undergraduate Research Conference applications, Holiday poetry contest, Tower clock
Reporter Jordan Soldaczewski talks about the Brockport campus raising awareness for Domestic Violence, a local winery sends supplies to Puerto Rico, and today is Diversity
Talon TV’s Director, Sydney Berbano is a senior at the College at Brockport who moved from the Philippines to Buffalo, NY. Majoring in Broadcasting and
In today’s News Minute, Cordell talks about how Geneseo parents will meet with the school board following an incident involving the football team, the Brockport