A herd of 75 bison that escaped a farm in Sharon, NY are roaming throughout rural upstate and wreaking havoc on farms. The herd escaped last Thursday and folks in pockets of areas in Schoharie County have reported sightings of groups of the large, powerful and at times unpredictable animals. Those trying to bring in the bison seem baffled and befuddled by the bearded beasts, making the capture qu
February's WGNA Hometown Hero is an amazing young girl named Carly Waters from Schoharie. When Carly, 9, learned that both of her sisters deal with hearing loss, she decided to turn lemons into the sweetest way to raise money for kids dealing with the same problem. Carly's mom Marissa wrote in on behalf of her kind daughter. Read her story and hear the call that GNA made to Carly surprising her
A woman who found $8000 on the side of the road had no idea when she returned it, it was all connected to the Schoharie crash. Listen to Terri Brubaker's story. It is guaranteed to renew your faith in humanity.
It's hard to imagine losing one member of our family but can you imagine losing 17 members of your friends and family in one night? Bethany can, she lived it. Thankfully, she came to our Hometown Hello stop on Thursday to share her story.
It's only been a little over a week and my heart still hurts for those victims and their families like the moment I found out about it. There have been a ton of ways people have been raising money and the next one scheduled, will be in Schenectady.
Most baseball fans in attendance, and watching on TV, will remember last nights Yankee game for the heartbreaking way the season came to an end at the expense of the Red Sox. For many other fans, especially here in the Capital Region, we will remember the heartwarming way the game began: with classy, warm, touching tribute that honored the victims of the Schoharie tragedy.
The village of Schoharie is known for its tight-knit community, small -own charm, hard-nosed blue-collar work ethic, beautiful landscapes, peaceful farms, friendly neighbors, and quaint little shops and restaurants. Not exactly the kind of place you'd expect to be the epicenter of the national news following an unthinkable tragedy.