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.
(Tuesday Evening, October 21, 2014) The gloomy, damp and cool weather pattern continues through the mid week. There will be some spotty showers tonight, with some areas of fog. A few spotty showers are possible Wednesday, with temperatures near 55.
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.
Two years after officer Anthony Augustine was shot chasing a suspected car thief, he's worried about losing his current health care coverage if the state approves his early retirement.
A man listed in 2008 as one of Onondaga County's Top Ten Most Wanted is wanted again
A national highway safety agency is warning owners of a number of makes and models to replace their airbags.
The race for New York's 24th congressional district is getting national attention.
Police say a burglar stole nearly $60,000 in jewelry, along with a safe, from a home in Cicero while the owners were out of town.
A LaFayette woman could spend seven years in prison for stealing nearly $200,000 from the Town of Manlius while she worked as the court clerk.
It was a special night for NewsChannel 9 WSYR-TV as Perry Sook, the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
A 14-year-old lioness has passed away, the Rosamond Gifford Zoo announced on Monday.
Kristen Luke-Houseman does everything she can to protect James, her 11-month-old son. She uses natural remedies to keep him healthy as much as possible. When necessary, she turns to medicine.
Lee from Manlius wants to know if this year has been a bad years for fleas.
Police in Indiana say a sex offender has admitted to killing multiple women in the city of Gary and neighboring communities.
Multiple law-enforcement agencies unanimously endorsed Republican candidate John Katko on Monday morning.
New York’s 24th Congressional District is on the national stage today as the Vice President visited Hancock Airport to support Democratic incumbent Dan Maffei.
An Oswego woman has been charged after she allegedly tried to smuggle body piercing jewelry and hair ties into the county jail, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Nigeria has become the second African nation in three days to be declared Ebola free.
A man was stabbed when he stepped in to help a friend who was involved in a fight over a gambling debt in a neighborhood on Syracuse’s North Side, according to police.
Syracuse police are investigating a Sunday night shooting that happened in the 600 block of South Geddes Street in the Sakran Plaza.
Legislation proposed by Sen. Schumer would make it illegal to track a person's movements with a GPS tracking device on their car without consent.
U.S. House of Representatives Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy toured the Seward House in Auburn beside republican candidate John Katko, in a campaign stop for the 24th congressional district race.
Police were called to the 200-block of Westmoreland Ave. around 10 p.m. on Saturday, when they found a 57-year old man with injuries in the hallway of the apartment building.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is the American Cancer Society's largest fundraising event each year.
A New York Army National Guard Soldier and six civilians received the New York State Conspicuous Service Medal in a ceremony Saturday afternoon at 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team headquarters in Syracuse.
This week on Newsmakers with Dan Cummings, Dan’s guest is Mark English, chairman of the Onondaga County Democratic Committee.
This week, researchers revealed lung cancer can lie dormant for more than 20 years before becoming aggressive. It helps explain why a disease that kills more than 1.5 million people each year is so difficult to treat.
Officers were sent to the area between Jefferson and Walton Streets, also known as Zone Z on the Syracuse Creek Walk, around 10:45 a.m. A woman told 911 dispatchers she was hit over the back of the head by a man who grabbed her purse.
Rescue crews were called to Lenox Ave. near Stone Street around 3:26pm on Friday. Police say 57-year old John Konowich of Canastota died when a vehicle pulled into his path.
Two women told police they had left a Rite Aid on the 500-block of Butternut Street just before 3 a.m. on Saturday, when they were immediately followed and robbed at gunpoint.
AJ Long threw for 171 yards and rushed for a touchdown, as the Syracuse Orange rolled over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 30-7, in an Atlantic Coast Conference tilt at BB&T Field.
A man told Syracuse police he heard four or five shots from a white 4-door vehicle that was last seen along West Belden Street, headed toward Liberty Street. The victim is recovering from a gunshot wound in his leg.
A clerk told police that a 40-50 year old man, 5'3" in height, weighing 150-pounds with a gray beard and goatee entered the Hess station on Erie Boulevard around 2 p.m. on Friday. He was wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt and a dark green nylon coat.
A Phoenix teenager has been arrested in connection with a string of burglaries that included a donut shop owned by the police chief’s wife.
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Pharmacists across the area have noticed generic drug prices are climbing fast. The huge hike isn't limited to Central New York. That's spurred some lawmakers to look for answers, like U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.