(Friday Morning, July 31, 2015) Central New York finally gets a break from the humidity after several days of hot and muggy weather. Temperatures will still be on the warm side, but it’ll certainly feel more comfortable. The weekend is not looking like a wash-out, but thunderstorms are in the forecast.
When the sun goes down, the mosquitoes come out and some of them carry deadly viruses. Viewers have been emailing our 'Your Stories' team with questions.
Aerial spraying in the Cicero Swamp area had to be conducted a second time after the first spray failed to reduce the mosquito population effectively, according to the Onondaga County Health Department.
A Syracuse-area doctor who murdered his wife in their DeWitt mansion in 2012 will spend 20 years to life in prison.
Syracuse Police are investigating a homicide on Delaware Street on Thursday morning.
The show will attract anywhere from 10,000 to 20,000 guests from 29 states and three countries – including Australia.
A Syracuse man used a brick to smash the window of a downtown business in order to steal chips and set the place on fire, according to police.
Two mosquito pools collected in the town of Cicero have tested positive for the EEE virus, according to the Onondaga County Health Department.
A Cortland man was arrested on Wednesday afternoon after he allegedly struck his son with a van during a dispute.