(Sunday Morning, August 31, 2014) Expect scattered rain showers and thunderstorms Sunday. Rain may be heavy at times with any thunderstorms, especially during the first half of the day. Temperatures will be a bit cooler Sunday, but you won’t feel much relief with dew points still sky high. The warmth and humidity sticks around for the rest of the Labor Day Weekend.
More people visited the New York State Fair on Saturday than any day in its 168 year history.
Thousands turn out to watch Jason Aldean at the Grandstand during a record-breaking day at the state fair.
Syracuse beats Pawtucket 6-2, winning the International League North Division. It's the Chiefs' first divisional title since 1989. Syracuse will have home field advantage in the first round of the IL playoffs.
Here’s a look at what’s happening on day eleven of the 2014 New York State Fair: Sunday, August 31.
People from all over the City of Syracuse marched from the Southwest Community Center to Clinton Square Saturday to end violence. Their goal is simple, spread peace and unity in the city while helping Syracuse youth chose an alternative to street life.
An order posted at 106 Carlton Drive says a portable generator in the basement created high levels of carbon monoxide throughout the home, on all floors.
Two months after retiring from the Baldwinsville School District, former superintendent Jeanne Dangle died on Friday.
(Saturday Morning, August 30, 2014) Expect a rain-free day Saturday, but it’ll be a warm and humid day with highs in the low 80s. Showers will develop by Sunday morning, with the warmth and humidity sticking around for the rest of the Labor Day Weekend.