(Monday Evening, January 26th, 2015) Snow across Central New York winds down Monday night. But then things gear up and intensify off the Atlantic coast as a Northeast Blizzard storm develops. The greatest impact from the storm stays east of Syracuse.
Cornell University has identified a staff member who was struck and killed by a bus on campus Monday morning.
Testimony is scheduled to begin on Tuesday in the trial of a woman accused of striking and killing a man while driving drunk near the Destiny USA mall.
Two former Syracuse University lacrosse greats are being recognized with two of the Tewaaraton Foundation’s top honors.
One student was taken to a local hospital, while the other was arrested after a hammer attack at North Syracuse Junior High School on Monday morning.
Syracuse Police are looking for a suspect after the Summit Federal Credit Union was robbed around 12:50 on Monday afternoon.
While a number of major metropolitan centers in the Northeast are anticipating what some are describing as a “historic blizzard,” meteorologists believe the storm will fail to reach Central New York.
Attempting to keep pace near the top of the ACC standings, the Syracuse Orange and North Carolina Tar Heels will square off at the Dean E. Smith Center on Monday evening.
The Syracuse University men’s basketball team is set to take on North Carolina tonight in Chapel Hill, NC.