(Thursday Morning, October 23, 2014) A storm off the East Coast will continue to pump moisture into central New York Thursday. While clouds will dominate, rain will be spottier for us.
The candidates for Governor squared off in Buffalo Wednesday in what was the only televised debate between the candidates before Election Day.
The Camillus Sportsmen's Club joined neighbors on Wednesday night as police shared details of an investigation into bullet holes found at homes nearby. The club's vice president also talked about recent changes to secure the rifle range.
Central New York's first Costco store opens in Camillus on Friday and NewsChannel 9 got an inside look at the store today.
Were you in a hurry on your way home tonight? Did you happen to go over the speed limit and get a ticket?
The West Genesee Street bridge project has been rerouting traffic for months and many residents are wondering when it will be completed.
A national traffic safety agency is urging drivers to act on a warning to replace defective air bags.
The city of Syracuse is considering a requirement for all new police officers, firefighters, and sanitation workers to take up residency within the city limits.
The DPW cut Waverly and Comstock Avenue from four driving lanes -- to just two -- to add bike and parking lanes.