(Thursday Morning, December 12, 2013) Lake effect snow will once again impact areas east and even northeast of Lake Ontario today. Lake effect snow showers coming off Lake Erie will also have an impact over the Finger Lakes and parts of the Syracuse area as well. Meanwhile, brisk and very cold weather will affect all of Central New York.
The Downtown Committee of Syracuse has launched a new event – Jingle Mingle – to promote shopping in the heart of the Salt City this Holiday Season.
Nearly 30 years after Colleen Meadow’s killing in Syracuse, police have charged her estranged husband with murder.
Oswego City Police say two people were arrested after a meth lab was busted on Wednesday afternoon.
Ithaca Police say a man is in critical condition after his tent caught fire on Wednesday afternoon.
After months of debate over suspensions in the Syracuse City School District, the school board voted to approve an interim code of conduct for its students on Wednesday.
It’s been nearly three weeks since a deadly crash claimed the life of a Liverpool mom along Route 57 in the town of Clay.
Cicero Police are asking for your help after they say thousands of dollars in damage was caused to a Cicero Pop Warner football field.
Fire investigators have released the identity of a man who died during a minor fire on West Onondaga Street in Syracuse early Wedensday morning.
The New York Jets brought a lot of green to Central New York, but officials say the numbers aren’t as high as last year’s training camp.
Gift cards are a popular present during the holiday season, but when it comes to the general purpose gift cards like the ones with Visa, MasterCard and Discover logos - we've got ‘The Real Deal’ on why you may want to be careful of hidden fees.
A Cayuga County admitted on Tuesday that he was covering up for a meth making operation when he told officials that a woman he was with caught fire while making chicken wings.
More than 1,000 applications for pistol permits have yet to be approved in Onondaga County, as the process has been put on hold while new computer software is put in place.
I-81 has been re-opened between the Oswego County communities of Sandy Creek and Pulaski on Wednesday afternoon.
A home on the 900 block of Lamson Road in the town of Lysander suffered heavy damage on Wednesday morning.
Pope Francis has been selected as Time Magazine’s Person of the Year, sharing the honor with notable figures ranging from Lech Walesa to Richard Nixon to Harry Truman.
Strollers are a must-have for new parents, but they can be dangerous. Over the years Consumer Reports and the Consumer Product Safety Commission have found several strollers that could pose a risk of strangulation. The latest figures from the CPSC include reports of five deaths between 2006 and 2009. So it is very important to be careful which stroller you buy and to use it properly.
Manlius Police say they have arrested the second suspect wanted in connection to the Fayetteville-Manlius High School burglary.
A dramatic rescue on the New York State Thruway has likely saved the life of a soldier based at Hancock Field in Syracuse.
The cost of hospital acquired infections in the past five years is somewhere between $40 million and $163 million in New York, according to the state health department.
An Oneida man has been arrested after police say he followed women while they exercised in the Cazenovia area.
Mega Millions has increased to an estimated $400 million after Tuesday’s drawing revealed no winners.
A police officer's duty is to protect and serve – and on Tuesday, they answered an unusual call in the city of Syracuse.
Taxpayers in Madison County voted down a referendum to combine the Hamilton Central and Morrisville-Eaton Central school districts.
Oswego City Police say a suspected alcohol thief has turned herself in after seeing surveillance photos featured on OnTheLookout.net.
This week marks the last chance for families to register for this year's Christmas Bureau Distribution.
The Oneida County Sheriff's Office says a man who was wanted by the Fugitive Task Force has been taken into custody.
During the holiday season while many are deciding what gifts to buy loved ones, others are deciding which bills they can afford to pay.
When you’re out shopping for toys this holiday season, make sure they are safe for you kids.
Police are putting you ‘On The Lookout’ after they say a woman took a wallet accidentally left on the counter of a Syracuse store.