NewsChannel 9 and the Red Cross teamed up for “Central New York Cares” on Monday, a telethon to raise money for Western New Yorkers hit with devastating snow and now potential flooding.
Back in September we introduced you to three-year-old Angelina Facciolo. She's a Liverpool girl living with a disease that robs people of physical strength by affecting the motor nerve cells. For months, her family had to fight through red tape to get a new custom fit wheelchair that had been approved by Medicaid. The family now has the chair and Angelina is able to achieve things she never could before.
New York State’s highest court says the Onondaga County District Attorney’s office can pursue a new indictment against a Syracuse man whose conviction for manslaughter as a hate crime was overturned.
(Monday Night, November 25, 2014) Record warmth in Syracuse gives way to much cooler weather. That set us up for our midweek weather. Just around the corner, an East Coast Storm.
Syracuse Common Council members voted down a proposal that would have fined property owners who didn't keep their sidewalks clear.
It’s not something you see very often around here, trees that still have their leaves this late into November. There are fewer and fewer, but an unusual fall phenomenon is causing leaves to fall much later than usual.
First graders at Blessed Sacrament school are learning a valuable lesson this Thanksgiving week, the idea that not everyone is as fortunate as them.
A lot of NewsChannel 9 viewers are wondering when they should expect their property tax freeze credit check.
On Thanksgiving, millions will turn on their televisions to the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and all those eyes will see – and hear – a group of students from Central New York.