(Wednesday Morning, July 1, 2015) More showers and thundershowers are expected Wednesday. Later Wednesday, the rainy pattern will begin to break down. The weather improves for the weekend.
Crews were dispatched to reports of a drowning at East Fayette and Croly Streets just after 11:15 p.m. Tuesday. A police source tells NewsChannel 9 that a man disappeared while pushing a car in the neighborhood during the height of the storm.
The storm that moved through Onondaga County on Tuesday evening produced a possible funnel cloud near Oneida Lake. See more photos in the story.
Neighborhoods throughout Onondaga County had flooding issues after Tuesday's rain. Watch raw video in the story.
A wildlife rehabilitator is speaking up. Cindy McGinley rescued two deer, and has been raising them on her farm in Chittenango. She recently applied for a license from the DEC that would allow her to keep these deer permanently.
Tuesday's heavy rain caused part of the Onondaga Creekwalk to flood in Syracuse. In the Franklin Square area, the creek overflowed onto the walkway.
Utility poles line our streets, providing electricity, phone, and cable to our homes. But several viewers have called and emailed our 'Your Stories' line, saying power companies have been installing new utility poles, but leaving the old poles behind, creating a serious eyesore.
Carli Lloyd scored a second-half penalty kick and added an assist on Tuesday as the United States booked its place in the Women's World Cup final with a 2-0 victory over Germany at the Olympic Stadium.
Mariano Rivera Jr. makes professional debut with the Doubledays.