Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Bill Carey filed the following report. 8:04 PM
Tamara Lindstrom filed the following report. 7:16 PM
Voters in East Syracuse are deciding the future of the village's police department. Taxpayers could approve a shared services agreement with the Town of Dewitt that would abolish the force. Iris St. Meran has more. Updated 6:46 PM
A new partnership should help the Jackals on the ice for years to come. Elmira is the new ECHL affiliate of the Buffalo Sabres. 6:17 PM
Crystal Cranmore filed the following report.
A bakery in Broome County has already seen a rush of customers wanting Easter goodies.
New York State Police are hoping a recent arrest will put an end to a string of false reports made to the New York State Child Abuse Hotline.
Distractions happen too often while driving. As Carmella Mataloni tells us, people are encouraged to stay focused on the road during Distracted Driving Awareness Month.
A historic organization makes a rare push for the public's help as part of a fundraising campaign. Our Alexa Green tells us how the Tri-Cities Opera plans to raise that money and where the funds will go to.
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People get the news as it happens, and it's a major change that's damaged the newspaper industry. Brian Dwyer finds out how the Watertown Daily Times is working to keep up with the new mentality.
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Cara Thomas tells us why residents can't bear to see the closing of basketball court in Oneida. Updated 5:43 PM
Police have not identified the man who was shot on Oneida Street earlier this afternoon. Mohawk Valley reporter Cara Thomas has the latest. Updated 4:33 PM
Several people had to be rescued from their homes on Zecher Road in the Town of Denmark because of the Black River's rising water levels. Updated 5:02 PM
The Watertown Police Department has changed the way it holds suspects. Beginning Wednesday, arrestees will now be kept in two holding cells located at City Hall until they're arraigned. 5:42 PM
The City of Watertown is now being impacted by the Black River's rising water levels. 2:53 PM
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