(Saturday Morning, April 18, 2015) Hang on tight Saturday, the wind will be whipping during the afternoon. Besides some showers in the North Country Saturday, the rest weekend features mainly dry weather and temperatures above normal…for now.
Syracuse Police and local healthcare professionals are warning Central New Yorkers about a significant uptick in incidents connected with synthetic drugs.
Imagine being formally declared dead by the government when you're actually alive and well. It's the very position a Syracuse woman is trying to sort out with the Social Security Administration, which she says has stopped sending her checks because of the mix up.
Investigators in Cortland County say a fire that heavily damaged an abandoned hotel is “suspicious” in origin.
The scene of a summer killing on the city’s West Side was one of two locations searched in what Syracuse Police are calling a major drug bust.
Nine people were arrested and more than 9,000 bags of heroin were recovered in what Syracuse Police are a major drug bust.
Liverpool High School will be open Saturday so that girls in need can find prom dresses.
Vernon Downs harness racing starts this weekend, a welcomed sign that spring is here.
NewsChannel 9, Me-TV, and Bounce will be off the air for some customers from 9 a.m. until the early afternoon on Saturday.