(Monday Morning January 26th, 2015) After a cloudy start to the day, snow will move into the Syracuse area midday Monday. This snow will only amount to 1-3 inches of snow by evening but could cause a slippery evening commute. A major winter storm will impact areas east of Syracuse.
More people are packing heat in their carry-on bags according to TSA officers who found a record number of guns at American airports last year.
A Syracuse youth leader refuses to give up on city kids, but says crimes like the ones that happened this weekend can't be ignored.
The YMCA on West First Street in Oswego is closed to visitors due to structural concerns with the building.
A 13-year old is accused of helping two other teens rob a man, possibly at gunpoint in Syracuse. Police are still looking for the two other teens.
Police say the teen suspected of stabbing a man at the mall, called 911 to report the injuries.
The latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data on union membership shows a slight drop in the past year, but unionized workers are still likely to make more money, and New York has the highest rates.
66-year old Leon Williams was found in Syracuse, unharmed. He is in the hospital for an evaluation.
Governor Cuomo this week proposed a $1.1 billion increase in state school aid. But is the money fairly distributed among the state’s 700 school districts?