Food For Thought On The Coronavirus Crisis

U.S. Rep. John Katko will be taking questions from Central New Yorkers tonight in a virtual Town Hall. He will be joined on Onondaga County Health Commissioner Dr. Indu Gupta and the District Director for the U.S. Small Business Administration beginning at 5:30 p.m.

You can sign up to join the call, here. The deadline to fill out the form is noon Tuesday. The town hall will be streamed on Katko's Facebook page.

The Food Bank of Central New York is holding a drive-thru distribution today at the State Fairgrounds. Many Central New Yorkers are in need of food after the economy was roiled by the Coronavirus. Lynn Hy from the Food Bank talks about the increase demand of their services, and advise for those worried about going hungry.

Washington D.C. is in focus as the Coronavirus crisis continues. Some officials at the White House Officials are not reporting to their posts now because they are being sickened by the disease. On Capitol Hill, there will be a hearing in the Senate where the nations' response and potential reopening will be in the hot seat. NBC's Michael Bower and Fox's Rachel Sutherland have the details.

MLB owners are giving their blessing to a deal to get back to baseball by the Fourth of July! It still needs the nod from the Players Association. John Ditullio has the details from the 570 WSYR Sports Desk.

China is back to hacking and stealing secretes and was the U.S. involved in an attempted coup in Venezuela? Bill Zimpfer from NBC NewsRadio has the latest.

During the ongoing pandemic Mental Health is in focus. This too shall pass, and Dr. Mike Roizen talks about what we should be doing to be healthy on the other side.

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