A bomb threat at Cazenovia College Tuesday night forces the evacuation of several dorm buildings. No explosives were found.
(Wednesday Morning, September 17, 2014) Wednesday is shaping up as a nice late summer day across central New York. Sunshine will mix with fair weather clouds midday into the afternoon. Although temperatures remain a bit below normal it will still be pleasant.
An engineer has been hired by the Village of Phoenix to review options for improving the water supply.
Syracuse Police say a suspect who had recently been acquitted on a murder charge drew a weapon when officers confronted him on Warren Street regarding outstanding warrants.
Police have identified a man who was transported from the scene of a downed ultralight aircraft in the town of Pompey on Tuesday afternoon.
Cicero Police are looking for a suspect who robbed a convenience store with a lawnmower blade on Monday night.
When was the last time you looked at your license plate? Several viewers have called the 'Your Stories' line to say the paint on their license plates is peeling off.
Pennsylvania State Police have identified the man who they believe shot and killed one officer and critically injured another.
The Groton varsity football team will return to the gridiron on Friday, one week after an alleged hazing incident prompted the school to cancel a game.
The Ontario County District Attorney has forwarded the case of a North Country driver who was struck and killed by a car driven by NASCAR star Tony Stewart to a grand jury.
The latest addition to the Inner Harbor development project will be the SUNY ESF Water Research and Education Center, which will also include OCC. A $20-million dollar state grant announced Tuesday is helping the project.
Davis Kippen has stage two Hodgkin's Lymphoma
Upstate New York is the best place to see fall foliage, according to a travel blog on Huffington Post.
A Syracuse City School District custodian was punched in the face on Monday while he walked from Shea Middle School to Bellevue Elementary School on Monday, according to police.
The Food Bank saves over two million pounds of perishables every year that helps families in need.
For many people, the idea of moving to a smaller home is overwhelming. Consumer Reports tells you how to get the most money for the stuff you no longer need.
A SUNY Oneonta student is in critical condition after he was assaulted, according to police.
A town of Clay teenager is under arrest in connection with a July shooting that left the 13-year-old victim with a traumatic brain injury, according to Syracuse Police.
The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a suspect who they say robbed a DeWitt credit union while wearing a Halloween mask on Tuesday morning.
A sharp increase in the number of children seeking treatment for a respiratory virus has prompted officials at both Upstate University Hospital and Golisano Children’s Hospital to put some visitation restrictions in place.
Following the diagnosis of three children in Central New York with the rare respiratory virus Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68), NewsChannel 9 has complied answers to your questions about the illness.
Fire crews responded to the scene of a house fire in the Oneida County town of Steuben on Tuesday morning.
Another exciting edition of The Morning News stock market game "Street Cents" is about to begin.
A Rome man surrendered to Utica Police after seeing his own picture on the department’s Facebook page.
A Syracuse woman is facing charges after police say she stole a car and crashed it into a school bus full of kids.
A 13-year-old boy is facing charges stemming from an armed robbery Monday evening.
The bedroom where Don Hartle and his wife once slept is missing an entire wall. The couple was fast asleep just before 4 a.m. on Saturday when a van crashed through their home, barely missing the bed where they were cuddled with a baby granddaughter.
While the Enterovirus D68 continues to spread across the country, including a handful of cases in Central New York, it seems to be only seriously impacting younger children.
Syracuse police are looking for help finding the man who they believe put a gun to a clerk's head and pulled the trigger. The worker said he heard the weapon click. It did not fire a shot.
The NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force has named Kurtis Rollison, 27, as the Fugitive of The Week. Rollison is wanted for robbery in the 2nd degree, grand larceny in the 4th degree and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
A teenager was arrested on Monday morning for allegedly shooting a BB gun at two Syracuse school buses after a student on one of the buses recognized him, according to police.
Tom would like to know what the construction is all about along the Thruway in the Port Byron area.
A town of Clay woman accused of drunkenly driving away after striking and killing a man on Park Street near Destiny USA mall in Syracuse will go on trial in January.
Two Syracuse University students were hiking in Highland Forest on Sunday when they became stuck in the mud and needed to be rescued, according to the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office.
It's a cutting edge program at Syracuse University combining some of the more popular past-times among college students these days: gaming and technology.
The Madison County Sheriff's Office is asking for more money to expand its staff at the jail.
Millions of Americans now watch video that’s streamed to their TV over the Internet.
Upgrades are underway at the Onondaga County War Memorial. Crews are installing state of the art dasher boards and glass for the hockey set up there, the first time this equipment has been updated in more than a quarter century.
An alleged cop killer in Rochester was indicted on Monday on six charges, including aggravated murder.
The Syracuse University football team will face Notre Dame on national television in less than two weeks.
Three people suffered serious injuries after their car crashed into a tree on Nottingham Road on Sunday night, according to DeWitt Police.
“Dancing with the Stars” is back for a new season with an all-new celebrity cast.
New York’s nursing-home care is among the nation’s worst, according to an advocacy group.
Fayetteville's Nina Davuluri ended her reign as 2014 Miss America Sunday night, crowning Miss New York as 2015's Miss America.
The Madison County Health Department has confirmed its first case of Enterovirus D68.
Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney will unveil her budget proposal Monday to the County Legislature.
Emma Wink is beginning to stand on her own two feet after living her entire life in a wheelchair.
Symptoms of enterovirus D68 mimic the common cold, making it difficult for parents to decipher.
ESPN is reporting that Ray Rice will appeal his indefinite suspension from the NFL
Team USA beats Serbia 129-92 at the FIBA World Championships, giving the U.S. it's second straight world title. Kyrie Irving led the way with 26 points, en route to being named tournament MVP. With the win, the U.S. became the first country to ever four consecutive major basketball tournaments.