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NEWSChannel 2 Week in Review: June 14-20

By By DAVID DELLECESE

A video look at the top stories of the week, all in under 7 minutes. A look at the week's highlight's for June 14 - 20:

*Utica's Arson Task Force is making a comeback.

*Utica firefighters made an unexpected discovery while battling a fire at what they thought was a vacant home on Clinton Place on June 19th. While searching for potential victims, they found a man hiding in the first floor closet!

*A fire on Whitesboro Street left six people homeless.

*And a fire that destroyed a structure in the City of Utica last weekend turns out to be no accident.

*The "Brooklyn Three," as they're known, have all hired local attorneys to represent them on various assault and weapons charges, and all three say they're not guilty.

*A reporter at Utica's Observer-Dispatch newspaper is in trouble with the law, facing charges in two municipalities.

*A Jordan man is facing some new charges this week, charged with child pornography after State Police in Elbridge searched his home.

*State and County officials are taking the U.S. Department of Interior's decision to place more than 13 thousand acres of Indian land...to federal court.

*Fans came out to see the final Hall of Fame Game only to be disappointed, as the game was cancelled on account of bad weather.

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