(Thursday Morning, May 28, 2015) Clouds and a few showers will dominate our weather early Thursday but look for an increase in sunshine this afternoon. It will be a cooler day over central New York but with lower humidity.
One person is dead and another is in critical condition after a fire at the Nob Hill apartments in Syracuse.
After a furious rally in the final minutes of regulation, Cazenovia wins the Section III Class C title in overtime against Westhill. The Jamesville-DeWitt Red Rams win the Class B championship, beating Carthage. In Class A, the West Genesee Wildcats avenge 2014's one-goal loss in the Sectional final, beating Auburn for the title.
With safety gloves and tools, outreach workers from ACR Health spent a humid afternoon searching for used needles discarded by drug users in a small patch of trees on the west side of Syracuse.
A woman accused of jury misconduct after the conviction of prominent Syracuse area physician Dr. Robert Neulander is denying those claims, according to court documents.
Bail for a town of Van Buren woman who was allegedly behind the wheel in a hit-and-run crash that seriously injured an 18-year-old remains unchanged after an appearance in Onondaga County Court on Wednesday.
The fourth of July will end with a bang this year. This will be the first Independence Day since a new state law went into effect, allowing New Yorkers to buy certain novelty fireworks. But, it's up to each county to give final approval.
This isn't usually the time of year local politics make headlines but the race for Mayor of Oswego just got interesting.
SUNY Cortland rallied for five runs in the top of the ninth inning to beat Wisconsin-La Crosse 6-2 in Grand Chute, Wisc., and claim the program’s first-ever Division-III World Series title.