(Wednesday Morning July 29, 2015) Wednesday is still shaping up to be the hottest day of this week (and the year) in Syracuse with afternoon temperatures in the low 90s. Showers and thunderstorms are possible Thursday with a cold front.
This week, Destiny USA confirmed they are speaking with potential new tenants to take over what, for years, was the site of Bally Total Fitness. The gym, while located at the mall, was the source of several complaints to NewsChannel 9.
A Syracuse man is wanted for assault after police say he used a branch to attack a woman
Onondaga County officials say they are making a major announcement tomorrow – and multiple news agencies are reporting that it will be the first act at the Lakeview Amphitheater.
A Scipio Center teenager is in critical condition one day after he suffered head injuries in a two-vehicle crash and was airlifted to Upstate University Hospital.
A former Clinton Correctional Facility worker who helped two killers escape could spend up to seven years in prison after pleading guilty on Tuesday.
Robocalls are a nuisance. Even the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission has said, “Telephone companies can and in fact should offer consumers robocall-blocking tools.” But Consumer Reports knows that many people don’t want to wait, so it asked volunteers to try out four devices that are supposed to limit the number of robocalls that get through.
Senior Ashton Broyld has been dismissed from the Syracuse University football team.
Children as young as 8 years old are already feeling pressure for their bodies to look a certain way. A new study says a pattern of poor body image at an early age could lead to eating disorders later in life.