(Thursday Evening, July 2, 2015) Skies have cleared, and that will set us up beautifully heading toward the start of the holiday weekend. It will be cool tonight, with overnight low temperatures near 50. Friday will be sun-filled, with high temperatures in the mid to upper 70s.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection released new photos from behind the scenes in the search for escaped prisoners Richard Matt and David Sweat.
If you want to celebrate the 4th of July holiday with fireworks, we have a list of events happening this weekend and beyond.
A University of Vermont study links certain eye colors with a higher risk of alcohol dependency.
The state park's office announced that Selkirk Shores in Pulaski will be open for swimming beginning on the 4th of July.
Nearly a week after the shooting death of Richard Matt, US Customs and Border Protection released a statement Thursday.
Federal law enforcement officials say there is no evidence of a shooting or injuries at the federal facility in the nation's capital.
Ten new security cameras are being installed throughout some of Downtown Syracuse's busiest areas to enhance safety and deter crime.
The impact of a sudden downpour is the beginning of a costly nightmare for the Kaljevic family. Around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday night, the rain splashed against the wall of their basement until it crumbled.