(Friday Morning March 6, 2015) While it will still be chilly Friday over central New York, at least the sun will be out and there will be less wind compared to Thursday. Temperatures warm into the low 30s for the weekend.
A word of caution from NY Attorney General about crowdfunding websites. Schneiderman says scammers have made their way to these charitable websites. But there are many defending the online fundraising tools - including a family from Oswego - who says they are grateful for crowdfunding.
Actor Harrison Ford suffered serious injuries when his plane crashed in California, according to reports.
Cornell Police have released new video and images of a man who they believe planted a camera in a women's restroom on campus.
Oneida City Police are trying to identify a woman who they believe spent $400 at a Walmart location using another person’s credit card.
Wegmans is back among the top 10 places to work, according to Fortune magazine.
Central New York golfers will have one less option this spring.
Superintendents across Central New York are headed to Albany to fight for equal funding for local districts. They are also responding to Governor Andrew Cuomo's comments made in Solvay Wednesday about over-testing, charter schools and teacher evaluations.
With the city of Syracuse still buried under layers of snow and ice, you may not think road construction season is right around the corner – but it is for at least one major project.