(Tuesday Morning, September 23, 2014) Tuesday will end up as a nicer day across central New York as there will be a mix of sun and clouds, lighter winds and temperatures rebounding into the upper 60s.
State Police are trying to identify a man who they believe stole hundreds from a Walmart location in Cicero.
At Elderwood senior facility in Liverpool Leona Payne is not the only centenarian sharing advice and stories. Her younger roommate is 100-years old.
The Oswego County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding a 71-year-old Orwell man who disappeared from the DMV on East Taft Road in Cicero.
Former Solvay pitcher and NewsChannel 9 Athlete of the Week Davis Kippen says he is now cancer free.
The Town of DeWitt says it may pursue eminent domain against McDonald’s in order to complete new hotels at the former Howard Johnson site at Carrier Circle.
Beloved toys including “My Little Pony,” “Hess Toy Trucks,” and “Fisher-Price Little People” are among the finalists for induction into the National Toy Hall of Fame’s class of 2014.
Auburn Police are warning the public about multiple counterfeit $10 bills and $20 bills they say are in circulation.
Check out places around New York State where you can get great views of the changing leaves.