(Sunday Evening, November 24, 2014) The warm trend continues as temperatures will likely soar to near record highs in Central New York. Much of the day Monday will be rain free, but quite windy. Our next point of interest will be the potential for an east coast storm to impact peak holiday travel time Wednesday night.
After conceding a penalty early in the second half, the 4th-ranked Orange men's soccer team rallies for two goals in the final 17 minutes of the match, knocking off Penn State 2-1, to earn a berth in the NCAA Sweet 16.
Playing in the program's first-ever NCAA national championship game, the 4th-ranked SU field hockey game came up just short, losing to #3 UConn 1-0. McKenzie Townsend scored the game's only goal, as the Huskies repeated as national champions.
Ricky Johnson was assigned to a search and rescue operation at a trailer park, where crews feared people were trapped as snow piled up in Erie County.
A cease and desist letter has been sent to one business and others are being investigated by the New York State Attorney General for complaints of price gouging on the heels of last week's storm near Buffalo.
Families that are still struggling to recover from an intense snow storm in Erie County are getting some help from Syracuse firefighters.
Today on Newsmakers with Dan Cummings, Dan’s guest is Twiggy Billue, a longtime Syracuse community activist and advocate for children.
Despite freshman quarterback A.J. Long returning from injury, the Orange couldn't overcome three first half turnovers in Pittsburgh. SU drops its fourth game in a row, falling to just 3-8 overall (1-6 in ACC play).
Syracuse Crunch beat the Utica Comets 2-1 Saturday night, while 30,715 fans watched the teams battle it out at the first-ever Frozen Dome Classic.