ESPN is reporting Syracuse University will meet with the NCAA's Committee on Infractions October 30-31 regarding possible misconduct by both the men's basketball and football programs. The problems allegedly involve receiving extra benefits and academic issues.
People around Central New York rally together to help an Oswego County family whose home was destroyed by fire.
A physician who returned to New York City after serving with Doctors Without Borders in West Africa has tested positive for the Ebola virus.
Auburn city officials are trying to solve a parking problem after getting complaints from folks in some neighborhoods.
Families were afraid Costco's traffic would be too much for one intersection that lacked a light.
The lockdown at SUNY Canton has been lifted after two separate threats on social media.
(Thursday Evening, October 23, 2014) The big storm off the Atlantic Coast is very slowly beginning to weaken. More importantly, it will soon start to move away from us and its four day long visit with our weather will soon be over.
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law Wednesday, requiring high schools to teach hands-on CPR and how to use automated defibrillators.
A Syracuse woman who was on Federal probation when she allegedly got behind the wheel while on drugs and caused a crash that sent five people to the hospital has been indicted.