(Friday Morning, October 31, 2014) Skies will turn out mostly cloudy on this Halloween Friday. Temperatures will be seasonably cool with highs near 50. For trick or treaters this evening we will be in the mid-40s with just a spotty shower.
A Cicero man has been charged with vehicular manslaughter and drunk driving in connection with a crash that took the life of a woman who was jogging along Lakeshore Road on Thursday morning.
A Pennsylvania man who is suspected of killing one State Trooper and seriously injuring another is in custody, according to ABC News.
Syracuse has found the Norway Spruce that will be put up in Clinton Square.
There's no place in New York that can ship agricultural products overseas, but that could change at the Port of Oswego. Senator Chuck Schumer is calling on the Federal government to grant export access to the Port City and it could create at least 200 jobs.
Syracuse University athletics officials – including football coach Scott Shafer – attended a hearing in Chicago regarding an NCAA inquiry on Thursday.
State Police are looking for a person who ran off during a traffic stop on I-690.
Confessed baby killer Ian Gulbin said he was remorseful for killing his son during his sentencing on Thursday, but an Oneida County judge dismissed his claims, saying the Bridgewater man “only cared about himself.”
A much anticipated Costco store opened up in Camillus last week – and hundreds of shoppers flocked to the store.