(Wednesday Morning, August 20, 2014) More clouds than sun expected Wednesday across central New York. It will be warm and more humid and we are at risk for a few scattered showers and thunderstorms, especially later in the afternoon.
Facing a room full of anxious parents and taxpayers, the Homer Central School District Board of Education approved a vote to "repurpose" Hartnett Elementary School, despite months of protest.
A woman arrested as part of a suspected multi-state crime ring linked to burglaries throughout Onondaga County died in her jail cell.
The city of Oneida Water Department has issued a precautionary boil water notice for parts of the town of Annsville.
Onondaga County Sheriff's Deputies credit tips from NewChannel 9 viewers in helping them identify three suspects caught shoplifting from a liquor store on surveillance cameras.
The kids will be back in the classroom soon and now is the time to cash in on back to school deals.
Parking in Syracuse has just gotten a little easier. No need to find one of the pay stations anymore, you'll now be able to pay by using an app on your cell phone.
The news is sinking in that 105 Central New Yorkers are losing their jobs at Remington Arms, the largest gun-maker in the nation and Herkimer County's largest employer.
More than 100 people are being laid off from the Remington Arms plant in the Herkimer County village of Ilion, according to the president of the union representing workers.