(Thursday Morning, March 5, 2015) After a one day thaw, the mid-winter chill is back in central New York. Temperatures will hold in the teens today and with the wind it will feel like it is near zero all day long.
A cold and snowy February is still causing concern for Central New York farmers after a series of barn roof collapses in recent weeks.
Two Syracuse University fraternity members are facing criminal charges after an alleged hazing incident led to severe frostbite for one of their pledges.
One firefighter was injured during a fire in the town of Onondaga on Wednesday afternoon.
An agreement may be in place that will lead to the demolition of the old Howard Johnson’s site near Carrier Circle, according to Town of DeWitt officials.
The weather is warming up, and that means snow and ice will soon begin melting. If that snow melt turns into water and ends up in your basement, you want to be protected.
NewsChannel 9's weekly What's Going Around report checks in with Central New York doctors to find out what illnesses they've been treating.
Fire crews responded to a partial roof collapse at the old P&C Warehouse in the town of Geddes on Wednesday morning.
It's something you see almost every night on the news -- a study comes out, and it's the opposite of what you've been told.