(Tuesday Afternoon, June 30, 2015) Keep the umbrella handy this afternoon, with scattered showers and thunderstorms continuing across central New York. Temperatures will rise into the 70s and it will feel a bit more humid.
Geddes Police have released the identities of two people who were killed when their vehicle crashed into a light pole on I-690 west near the New York State Fairgrounds early Tuesday morning.
A 39-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a double stabbing in Lyncourt that hospitalized his girlfriend and took the life of her 16-year-old daughter.
As a heroin epidemic grips more families in Central New York, treatment providers are struggling to keep up with the growing list of patients who need help.
Many Allegiant Air customers are frustrated after their Saturday evening flight to Tampa, Fla. was unexpectedly cancelled that morning.
Construction crews have been camped out near Ibis Path in the town of Clay taking out the road since late May. Many neighbors support the ongoing road project, but not the inconvenience that comes with it.
Two women have been arrested in connection with money stolen from a purse at a Subway location in the town of Geddes.
Sheriff’s Investigators are calling a deadly fire at a Wayne County apartment building “suspicious” after they determined that one of the victims died before it began.
The community of Malone rallied on Monday morning – the day after a three-week manhunt for two escaped killers came to an end.
Some staff members at Syracuse University are being offered buyouts, according to a letter issued from administrators on Tuesday.
Multiple officials and nine security staff members have been placed on leave from Clinton Correctional Facility.