6,604 came out to NBT Bank Stadium Wednesday night to watch Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg take the mound for the Syracuse Chiefs.
A fire on Syracuse's North Side spread to 3 buildings on Wednesday, according to the Syracuse Fire Department.
(Wednesday Evening, July 29, 2015) It’ll be one of those mild, muggy summer nights tonight. But, a cold front Thursday will bring a break in the heat and humidity. It will also bring rain through Central New York Thursday.
In Cayuga County, a proposal to build a 35-acre sand and gravel mine is stirring up controversy in the small hamlet of Martville in the town of Sterling. Christopher Ferlito of Christopher J. Construction LLC, is confident the state will approve a permit for the mine, but town government can still block the plan.
It doesn’t look much different than the credit or debit card you have now; it’s just going to make you a lot more protected from fraud.
The Syracuse University football team picked up another highly touted recruit this week.
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.
Country star Miranda Lambert will be the first act at Onondaga County’s new amphitheater.
Cayuga County health officials have lifted a boil-water order for homes in two neighborhoods in the town of Aurelius.
Say Yes has shut down its Syracuse office and parted ways with its most visible figure, director Pat Driscoll.
A North Country man was operating his motorcycle at 140 miles per hour within the city of Watertown before he was taken into custody, according to police.
We trust hospitals to help make us well. What we don’t expect is to get sick in a hospital. But every year about 648,000 hospital patients develop infections during their stay and about 75,000 die.
Oswego area residents are being asked to conserve water while the city’s plant is under construction.
The Madison County Health Department says West Nile Virus has been found in a pool of mosquitoes collected in the town of Sullivan.
Federal agents have arrested a Buffalo-area man who they believe was recruiting people to join ISIS.
A Syracuse man is in critical condition after three people on their way home from work found him suffering from a gunshot wound on East Fayette Street.
A dentist from Minnesota says he regrets his role in the death of a beloved black mane lion who was a major tourist attraction at Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park.
This week, Destiny USA confirmed they are speaking with potential new tenants to take over what, for years, was the site of Bally Total Fitness. The gym, while located at the mall, was the source of several complaints to NewsChannel 9.
A Syracuse man is wanted for assault after police say he used a branch to attack a woman
Half of the people in the U.S. had their information exposed to hackers last, according to the New York Times – were you one of them?
A Scipio Center teenager is in critical condition one day after he suffered head injuries in a two-vehicle crash and was airlifted to Upstate University Hospital.
A former Clinton Correctional Facility worker who helped two killers escape could spend up to seven years in prison after pleading guilty on Tuesday.
Robocalls are a nuisance. Even the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission has said, “Telephone companies can and in fact should offer consumers robocall-blocking tools.” But Consumer Reports knows that many people don’t want to wait, so it asked volunteers to try out four devices that are supposed to limit the number of robocalls that get through.
Senior Ashton Broyld has been dismissed from the Syracuse University football team.
Children as young as 8 years old are already feeling pressure for their bodies to look a certain way. A new study says a pattern of poor body image at an early age could lead to eating disorders later in life.
The Boy Scouts of America has voted to end its blanket ban on gay leaders, effective immediately.
An NFL team is making history today.
A 13-year-old told police that he accidentally released the brakes on a railcar last week, sending it rolling 1.5 miles through the city of Utica before smashing into an antique locomotive display and a small bridge.
Onondaga County officials say they are making a major announcement tomorrow – and multiple news agencies are reporting that it will be the first act at the Lakeview Amphitheater.
The National Football League is upholding a four-game suspension for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
A new Dr. Seuss book was released on Tuesday – and it’s already a No. 1 best seller on Amazon.
The city of Syracuse is flying flags at half staff this week in honor of the noted activist and educator Jerry Berrigan – who died Sunday in his Valley neighborhood home at 95.
According to a new government-funded survey, many mothers are not getting some crucial advice from doctors. Too often, they're getting outdated information from television, friends or family.
A Syracuse-area doctor convicted of murdering his wife will not have a new trial. Instead, Dr. Robert Neulander will be sentenced to 25 years to life in prison on Thursday.
A professional fishing tournament that brought in 14,000 people last year is returning to Cayuga County.
You may have noticed electric car charging stations all over downtown Syracuse, and even at the Holiday Inn in Liverpool. Some viewers have e-mailed the NewsChannel 9 'Your Stories' team wanting to know more about these charging stations.
If you were on Facebook this weekend, you may have noticed that a Syracuse University professor was trending because of his unique creation on the SU Hill.
A pillar of journalism in Central New York has passed away.
Fans of KRock’s popular morning program “The Show” listened to a brand new lineup on Monday morning – without co-host Hunter Scott.
Matthew Moyer -- one of the top high school seniors in the country who is committed to Syracuse University -- led his Indiana Elite AAU team with 20 points and 11 rebounds in the Adidas Uprising Tournament in Las Vegas.
A bronze eagle stature was stolen from a monument to World War II veterans in New York Mills – and police are investigating.
A code enforcement officer in the Finger Lakes has been arrested, after he used his position to stalk and harass a woman, according to Seneca County Sheriff’s Investigators.
Consumer Reports surveyed thousands of its subscribers to identify common luggage problems and the best luggage brands.
The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office has identified a Cortland County man who drowned near the Second Dam in Six Mile Creek on Sunday.
A former Loretto Nursing Home worker who operated as a “resident banker” has been charged with stealing more than $20,000 from a trust account set up for residents.
Anyone driving up and down Route 390 in Rochester suburb of Greece on Monday likely saw a substantial police presence and knew, if they didn't know already, something significant was happening.
Oneida Police have released the identity of a man who was killed during a one-car crash on Lake Road on Friday night.
One of Upstate New York’s most famous towns will soon share a name with a U.S. Navy warship.
12-year-old Joey Eisch died July 24 after he was hit by a truck while riding his bicycle on Route 15 in Boylston near Van Auken Road.
Several people were killed Sunday night when a gunfight broke out at a wedding in Kabul, Afghanistan, according to officials.