(Friday Morning October 24, 2014) Cloudy skies Friday morning with a few lingering showers or a bit of drizzle. Skies will brighten this afternoon as we warm close to 60. A shot of cooler air returns by the end of the weekend.
ESPN is reporting Syracuse University will meet with the NCAA's Committee on Infractions October 30-31 regarding possible misconduct by both the men's basketball and football programs. The problems allegedly involve receiving extra benefits and academic issues.
People around Central New York rally together to help an Oswego County family whose home was destroyed by fire.
A physician who returned to New York City after serving with Doctors Without Borders in West Africa has tested positive for the Ebola virus.
Auburn city officials are trying to solve a parking problem after getting complaints from folks in some neighborhoods.
Families were afraid Costco's traffic would be too much for one intersection that lacked a light.
The lockdown at SUNY Canton has been lifted after two separate threats on social media.
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law Wednesday, requiring high schools to teach hands-on CPR and how to use automated defibrillators.
A Syracuse woman who was on Federal probation when she allegedly got behind the wheel while on drugs and caused a crash that sent five people to the hospital has been indicted.
Even with bike lanes, drivers say they often see bicyclists in the streets -- which is against the law.
A Moravia woman is dead after a one-car rollover crash in Summerhill, State Police have confirmed.
A 48-year-old man is in serious condition after he was shot twice during an attempted robbery on Syracuse’s South Side, police say.
Starting this week, more than one million families in New York could be getting $350 checks in the mail from the state. We've got The Real Deal the new Family Tax Credit.
Cornell University Police are investigating after a person found backpack full of chemicals used in meth manufacturing on Maple Avenue in Ithaca.
The Syracuse University football team is involved in a reported NCAA inquiry into the school’s athletics program, according to a local media report.
The candidates for Governor squared off in Buffalo Wednesday in what was the only televised debate between the candidates before Election Day.
The Camillus Sportsmen's Club joined neighbors on Wednesday night as police shared details of an investigation into bullet holes found at homes nearby. The club's vice president also talked about recent changes to secure the rifle range.
Central New York's first Costco store opens in Camillus on Friday and NewsChannel 9 got an inside look at the store today.
Trader Joe's, The Cheesecake Factory, The Melting Pot are a few of the new businesses that recently opened in CNY.
Were you in a hurry on your way home tonight? Did you happen to go over the speed limit and get a ticket?
The West Genesee Street bridge project has been rerouting traffic for months and many residents are wondering when it will be completed.
A national traffic safety agency is urging drivers to act on a warning to replace defective air bags.
The city of Syracuse is considering a requirement for all new police officers, firefighters, and sanitation workers to take up residency within the city limits.
The DPW cut Waverly and Comstock Avenue from four driving lanes -- to just two -- to add bike and parking lanes.
NewsChannel 9's weekly What's Going Around report checks in with Central New York doctors to find out what illnesses they've been treating.
NewsChannel 9 got an first look inside the much-anticipated Costco store that opens Friday in the town of Camillus.
Concerts at the regional market have created a lot of headaches for families on the north side of Syracuse.
Tablets have been one of the fastest growing consumer electronics. But sales are starting to level off. And the laptop market has been declining for some time. Now there’s an emerging class of computers called detachables that combines a laptop and a tablet.
The Rescue Mission’s campaign to bring Thanksgiving to Central New York’s poor began on Wednesday with the “Scan Away Hunger” program.
A Wayne County man was arrested for killing a dog with a sawed-off shotgun on Tuesday, according to State Police.
A Canadian soldier was killed while standing guard at the nation’s parliament on Wednesday.
A North Country couple accused of kidnapping two Amish girls from a vegetable stand outside their parents’ home will go on trial for Federal sex exploitation charges in December.
A Solvay man whose blow to the head led to the death of James Gifford will spend the next 40 years in prison.
In 736 pages, Oswego County District Attorney Greg Oakes defends a nearly 20-year old kidnapping conviction, saying claims of new evidence are tied to a man who often changed his story and could be compared to a pathological liar.
President Bill Clinton is coming to Syracuse to support Democratic incumbent Dan Maffei in his bid for re-election.
The CDC has issued strict new guidelines for treating Ebola patients and workers at Upstate University Hospital are working to meet those standards.
State education leaders have approved a new Regents exam option for high school students. Instead of taking the five traditional tests -- kids would be allowed to swap out one of those exams for another assessment.
Marcellus residents voted down a major capital improvement project in the school district Tuesday.
It's not unusual for scammers to use holidays, major events, or natural disasters to play on people's fears. Crooks are looking to cash in on the nationwide Ebola scare by pushing everything from bogus preparedness kits to fake fundraisers.
As a grand jury in Missouri decides whether to criminally charge a Ferguson Police officer in the shooting death of an unarmed teenager, protesters continue to call for justice.
Apple released its virtual mobile wallet Apple Pay. It allows you to buy things at participating stores with the tap of one of the new iPhones – the Apple 6 or 6 Plus.
NewsChannel 9’s Carrie Lazarus is bringing “Extraordinary…Live” back to the Landmark Theatre in Syracuse.
The Syracuse University football team will face Notre Dame twice in the next four years, but neither contest will be in the Carrier Dome.
Syracuse Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company is bringing the domestic violence conversation to the stage in a play called "Drafters: A Parable."
Barbara Walters will return to prime time in December with a new installment of “Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2014.”
Monster Energy is under fire tonight. The company is being investigated by the state Attorney General, accused of encouraging underage students on college campuses to mix its drinks with alcohol.
A Spanish nurse’s aide who reportedly contracted Ebola is now free of the virus, according to reports.
New York’s top court has reinstated a defamation lawsuit against Syracuse University basketball coach Jim Boeheim.
Middle Ages Brewery has opened a brand-new location at Hancock International Airport.
Scammers looking to exploit fears about the Ebola virus are emerging and the Attorney General’s office is cautioning New Yorkers to be wary.