Wegmans is recalling peaches, nectarines and plums as well as in-store baked goods made with the fruits because of the possibility of listeria contamination.
Two funds have been established to help the Smithfield tornado victims’ families.
Work is underway for the largest, free northeast Jazz Festival. The Syracuse Jazz Fest is set to kick off Friday.
1-year-old Daniella Disque was diagnosed with a rare and dangerous liver disease called biliary atresia. She was in desperate need of a new liver, and waiting on the transplant list for months. The long wait finally ended in May when a living donor came forward.
With temperatures soaring, residents in the city of Syracuse have public pools available to escape the heat.
NewsChannel 9 and LocalSYR.com have full coverage of today's school votes across Central New York. Results of budget votes, school board elections and other propositions are be available on air and in this story.
Target customers who may have been victims of a security breach at stores last year have until Wednesday to sign up for free credit monitoring offered by the company.
Following the announcement that millions of customers at Michaels craft stores may be affected by a security breach, the company is offering a year of free credit monitoring.
There are nearly 88,000 jobs posted on the states Jobs Express website, including 4,900 in Central New York.
Get information on airport and flight delays, traveling by train or bus, traffic on highways across the northeast, plus the latest weather forecast.
March is American Red Cross Month and the organization is looking for helping hands.
NewsChannel 9 is proud to be apart of the 16th Annual “Bring on the Books” drive from the United Way of CNY’s “Success By 6.”
NewsChannel 9 sat down with a local family who lost their young son to the H1N1 pandemic in 2009.
Get free alerts by text message or email. As a winter storm hits Central New York, make sure you're signed up for school alerts. As soon as a delay or closing is reported to NewsChannel 9, an alert is sent out to everyone who has signed up for that school.
The Tug Hill Plateau could soon be in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most snowmobiles on a single ride.
Who will take home Oscars in 2014? Vote in our polls and see how your picks compare to selections by the team at NewsChannel 9.
Now through Jan. 11 you can drop off your Christmas Tree to OCRRA to be recycled into mulch.
If you're headed to Destiny USA to cash in on after-Christmas sales, or maybe do some returns and exchanges, we hope you'll stop by the Lord and Taylor wing for our annual Holiday Heroes Blood Drive.
Santa Claus is once again delivering presents around the world and NORAD is letting Americans follow his progress.
Destiny USA has announced mall and store hours for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day.
Homeowners who want to register for the Basic STAR property tax exemption only have until the end of the month.
The snow and cold kept many Central New Yorkers at home – and now the Salvation Army has extended registration for next week’s Christmas Bureau Distribution.
Get the holiday weekend hours for stores in Syracuse and across Central New York. Find shopping hours for Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and the following Saturday and Sunday.
Packs of Syracuse City Dining Cards are now available, giving Central New Yorkers a chance to eat at some of the Salt City’s finest restaurants while helping out the area’s Food Bank.
It's a Halloween tradition on NewsChannel 9 to take a look back at one of the most legendary characters to appear on the station: Baron Daemon, played by Mike Price.
The countdown to Halloween has begun and NewsChannel 9 wants you to share photos of your Halloween fun.
Open enrollment has begun under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. You may have questions about what the new law means for you and if you need to do anything.
We’re entering flu season in Central New York and NewsChannel 9 has a guide to help keep you healthy this fall and winter.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday that he will award over $700,000 to 10 SUNY campuses for research.
If you want to vote in the September 10 primary elections, you need to send in your voter registration Friday.
In Oswego County, steps are being taken to battle the West Nile and EEE viruses. Saturday, August 24 is "Tire Amnesty Day."
The Youth Day Barbecue is Saturday, August 17 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the corner of South Salina Street and Wood Avenue.
R&B singer Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds is one of five newly announced acts set for the State Fair’s free Chevy Court series.
The State Fair Box Office is expanding its hours to make it easier for people to buy tickets.
Fundraising to build a new complex for the Syracuse Challengers Baseball league is ongoing and organizers are confident that the grants they will need to build it are within reach.
From now July 19th through August 9th, NewsChannel 9 WSYR, Clear Channel Radio, and Wegmans are working together to make sure students and their classrooms are equipped with the tools they need to learn this Fall.
With high temperatures and humidity in the forecast, beach hours have been extended this week at Jamesville Beach and Oneida Shores.
A job fair is planned for several stores at Destiny USA next week.
The Department of Transportation advises drivers that Interstate 690 bridge work over Peat Street and North Crouse Avenue will cause traffic delays throughout this week.
The applications for SUNY Cortland’s Master Teacher program are now online.
NewsChannel 9 partnered with the Salvation Army for “Giving Hope,” a donation drive to help Central New Yorkers after the recent floods, and it was a big success.
Get the full list of fireworks displays scheduled to take place in Central New York around the 4th of July holiday. Look in this story to see a list of events around Independence Day.
The annual Holiday Heroes blood drive is underway at Destiny USA and you can donate through the July 4th holiday.
NewsChannel 9 applauds each and every high school senior who collected their diploma this month. But, before they head off to college, there's a special group of students we wanted to introduce to you.
Visitors to the New York Country Jam website will have an opportunity to pick up free tickets to the Friday Night Country Dance Party.
It is being called research today for a cancer free tomorrow. The American Cancer Society is starting research that studies how lifestyle and the environment cause or prevent cancer.
Central New Yorkers who watch NewsChannel 9 through Time Warner Cable will soon have new channel numbers to turn to.
Low-income women and their children will soon have better access to healthy, locally grown food.
A portion of I-690 over North Salina Street and the Onondaga Creek has been closed as of Friday, June 14 as crews replace the concrete bridge decks.
The 40th annual Greek Fest will begin Thursday night and continue through the weekend.