Today at 5:00, NewsChannel 9 is teaming up with the Red Cross for “Central New York Cares,” a telethon to raise money for Western New Yorkers hit with devastating snow and now potential flooding.
A postal worker had a blood alcohol content level of .25 percent – more than three times the legal limit – when she crashed mail truck into another mail truck, according to Utica Police.
(Monday Afternoon, November 25, 2014) It will be warm and windy day Monday across central New York with a few scattered showers. Temperatures will soar into the 70s as winds gust past 30 mph.
Manlius Police are looking for five suspects they believe are linked to a “large-scale identity theft case.”
Just in time for the holidays, Consumer Reports is out with its Naughty and Nice List, an annual look at company policies that are consumer-friendly, and some that are not.
Three Syracuse teenagers are under arrest for allegedly breaking into an Auburn church and stealing cash, car keys, and a purse.
Police are asking for help in finding 18-year old Dekreon Cruz. He goes by the nickname Dede.
The National Retail Federation says 18 percent of people plan to shop on Thanksgiving, down from 23 percent last year.
(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.