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Stock image of bus riders
Off Campus
Published: December 12, 2018

Data shows 80 percent of Centro riders use the bus because they do not have access to a car, and most of them are just trying to get to work.

Kevin Donovan holds a 4mg dose of Narcan nasal spray.
Off Campus
Published: December 10, 2018

In the midst of an opioid epidemic, this medication that rapidly reverses overdoses could save thousands of lives.

Mothers working on projects with their children
Off Campus
Published: December 9, 2018

Refugees come to Syracuse expecting the American dream. What they get is something very different: an environment of poverty and violence.

Darfurians refugees in Eastern Chad
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Published: December 7, 2018

The cap was set at 45,000 admissions in 2018, but the U.S. only resettled about 20,000. Now, it’s heading to an all time low at 30,000 in 2019.

Bullets at local firearms dealer
Off Campus
Published: December 6, 2018

With 325 deaths from mass shootings in the United States so far in 2018, here’s what local gun enthusiasts have to say about the controversial issue.

Midterm Election Night: Republican incumbent John Katko retains his U.S. House seat  on Nov. 6, 2018.
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Published: November 7, 2018

The Republican incumbent won his re-election bid over the Syracuse University professor by 6 percentage points

Anthony Brindisi campaign event on Nov. 6, 2018, at the Delta Hotel in Utica, N.Y.
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Published: November 6, 2018

Democracy in Action reporters talked to local voters about a possible ‘blue wave’ and the millennial vote.

"Vote here" sign points voters to polling stations
Off Campus
Published: November 5, 2018

In the final days before the election, Dana Balter has $621,000 in campaign funds while John Katko has $522,000.

Lead paint peeling off a Syracuse house, posing a potential risk of lead poisoning
Off Campus
Published: October 29, 2018

About 75 percent of homes in Syracuse were built before lead paint was banned.

San Francisco area housing issue
Off Campus
Published: October 23, 2018

Rising rents, a shifting population and lack of affordable housing — the rocky Bay Area housing market has left little room for those 65 and older.