One month after a pub shooting in the Tipperary Hill section of Syracuse, police return to the area for a report of shots fired overnight.
Kitty Hoynes Irish Pub set a goal of $400,000. They had reached 93% of the goal by 2:30 p.m. on Sunday. Shaving was scheduled to continue until 6 p.m.
The Oswego Fire Chief announced that a shelter at Laker Hall on the SUNY Oswego campus will be closed at 5pm on Sunday.
State Police joined forces with the Oswego County Sheriff's Office to track down a man who they say was speeding without headlights on Saturday night.
A car had to be pulled from a creek along I-81, near Northern Lights Plaza in the Town of Salina on Sunday morning.
(Sunday, March 1, 2015) We start March off on a chilly and snowy note. There will be periods of light to moderate snowfall across Central New York Sunday. Temperatures remain below normal for the time being. We have a chance for seasonable weather by the middle of the week.
February 2015 went into the record books as Syracuse's coldest month ever in recorded history. This past month was more than 3 degrees colder than the previous record set in February 1934.
In this installment of Newsmakers with Dan Cummings, Dan takes a look back at Syracuse’s 15th ward.
Lawrence Gabriel, is credited with stopping 22-year-old Michael Morris as he allegedly shot six people inside McAvan’s bar on Tipperary Hill about a month ago.