(Wednesday Evening, July 1, 2015) The rainy pattern will begin to break down Wednesday night as showers and thunderstorms taper off. The weather greatly improves for the upcoming holiday weekend.
Changes are coming to Dannemora. Once considered among New York’s toughest prisons, Clinton Correctional Facility came under the microscope of state and Federal authorities after two convicted murderers escaped on June 6 – allegedly with the help of staff.
The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office has issued a ban on motorized vessels on the New York State Canal System – including Cross Lake – due to high water levels caused by rain.
A Brooklyn woman has been arrested on charges that she used a forged credit card with stolen numbers at a Home Depot location in DeWitt.
A Syracuse Police officer had to be treated for smoke inhalation after a fire on the city's North Side Wednesday morning.
A portion of State Fair Boulevard between Hiawatha Boulevard and West Genesee Street that closed because of flooding has reopened.
Onondaga County Sheriff’s Deputies are trying to determine the identity of a man who they believe used stolen credit card numbers to buy items at Burlington Coat Factory in Clay and Kohl’s in Manlius.
Overnight flooding has shut down a portion of Route 298 in the town of Cicero.
The storm that moved through Onondaga County on Tuesday evening produced a possible funnel cloud near Oneida Lake. See more photos in the story.
Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner confirmed on Wednesday morning that a man is believed to have drowned after slipping into the city’s sewer system during flooding on the city’s East Side.