(Monday Evening, December 22, 2014) 50 Degree weather is already loading northward through the Ohio Valley. That is headed our way. Could we have some record warmth and even thunder for Christmas Eve?
Fulton Police followed tracks in the snow to catch two men who they say were trying to steal copper plumbing from a vacant home using tools typically associated with burglaries.
A warning to anyone who may be tempted to buy a high tech gadget online using an Amazon gift card on a non-Amazon.com website.
10 people have been arrested after the Finger Lakes Drug Task Force conducted a sweep targeting heroin dealers in Cayuga County.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office investigated an incident on Friday in which a 6-year-old was dragged nearly 100 feet after his backpack became stuck in the door.
In addition to friends and relatives on our holiday gift lists, don’t forget those family members who might have chewed up all of last year’s presents. Our pets! Consumer Reports has advice on toys that will bring a wag to your dog’s tail and make your cat purrty happy.
Oneida Indian Nation leaders have plans for a new $20-million casino in Chittenango, with a Wizard of Oz theme.
Senator Chuck Schumer is urging the Federal Emergency Management Agency to reconsider which houses in the city of Syracuse will be included in its newest flood-zone map.
Iconic crooner Joe Cocker is dead at the age of 70, according to multiple media reports.