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Local Driver Back On Dirt In NASCAR Truck Series
This past weekend NASCAR star Tony Stewart returned to racing on dirt with a win in a sprint car race in Michigan. Tonight some fellow NASCAR drivers and a local driver from Lebanon Valley Speedway will be racing on the dirt at Stewart's Eldora Speedway in Ohio.
Tony Stewart Makes Victorious Comeback To Dirt Racing
A year ago three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart was sidelined from racing when he broke his leg in a sprint car he was racing on dirt. Last night Stewart returned to sprint car racing and to victory lane.
NASCAR Is Back In The Northeast
You can see NASCAR's star drivers in person today if you don't mind driving three hours to get there.
Invasive Species Awareness
New York State is kicking off its first ever Invasive Species Awareness Week today.
Chaos At Daytona
Rain shortened Friday's qualifying for tonight's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway to just one wild session.
ASPCA Helps Pet Lovers With Today’s Technology
The ASPCA is the oldest humane organization established in the Western Hemisphere. But that is not keeping them from using the newest technology to help with its mission.
Jeff Gordon Has Won At Almost Every NASCAR Track
Four-time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon has won a Sprint Cup Series race at every track on the NASCAR circuit except one.
Not Just Left Turns
This weekend NASCAR visits one of two road courses on the Sprint Cup Series circuit.
Lee Brice To Perform At NASCAR Race
Every year on the 4th of July weekend, NASCAR heads to Daytona. This year, Lee Brice will be joining the festivities.
Juan Pablo Montoya Returns To NASCAR
At the end of last season Juan Pablo Montoya left NASCAR and returned to the IndyCar Series - but this weekend he's back.
Today Is Flag Day
Today we carry on the tradition of the first Flag Day observance.
New York State Path Through History
New York State has a long and illustrious history. The NYS Path Through History gives you the opportunity to learn about this history and visit over 500 destinations across the State.