(Thursday Morning, July 2, 2015) After a cloudy start Thursday, sunshine will return to central New York. In spite of sunshine it will be cool for early July with highs only in the low 70s.
The impact of a sudden downpour is the beginning of a costly nightmare for the Kaljevic family. Around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday night, the rain splashed against the wall of their basement until it crumbled.
Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner confirmed on Wednesday morning that a man is believed to have drowned after slipping into the city’s sewer system during flooding on the city’s East Side.
DeWitt Police are trying to find a woman who they believe stole a wallet from a purse in an employee break room at Pier 1.
Geddes Police are trying to identify a suspected thief who was recorded by surveillance cameras at Lakeland Mini Mart.
On Wednesday, families spent the day cleaning up after overnight storms caused severe flash floods.
NewsChannel 9's Shannon Shepherd talks to Le Moyne basketball's new head coach.
Changes are coming to Dannemora. Once considered among New York’s toughest prisons, Clinton Correctional Facility came under the microscope of state and Federal authorities after two convicted murderers escaped on June 6 – allegedly with the help of staff.
A Brooklyn woman has been arrested on charges that she used a forged credit card with stolen numbers at a Home Depot location in DeWitt.