Syracuse At the close of a day that saw wins stripped from his record and scholarships subtracted from his program, Syracuse University men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim released a lengthy statement expressing his disappointment with the NCAA Committee on Infractions and its findings. 06:45 PM
Syracuse University is the organization that is being sanctioned under the NCAA report, but there are particularly harsh penalties aimed at coach Jim Boeheim. Bill Carey says the Committee on Infractions seemed to be sending a message.
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Jim Boeheim faces a nine-game suspension, his program will lose three scholarships per season for the next four years and the basketball team will be on probation for five years.
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SU Fans React to NCAA Sanctions
Syracuse
Syracuse University fans say they are concerned about the future of the men's basketball program, but are trying to remain positive after the NCAA slapped coach Jim Boeheim's program with sanctions. Updated 03:55 PM
Syracuse Chancellor: NCAA Took Longer Than Baseball Steriods Investigation
Syracuse
Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud released a statement after the NCAA released its full report into the Syracuse men's basketball and football programs. 11:40 AM
Syracuse Baseball, Chiefs Legend Tex Simone Dies
Syracuse
As the Syracuse Chiefs get set to start a new season, they mourn the loss of the man who served as the driving force of the Chiefs for more than 50 years. 02:35 PM
Gov. Cuomo Pushes Minimum Wage Increase
Albany
Governor Andrew Cuomo's public appearances this week have focused on the issue of minimum wage in New York State. He's calling for an increase- and he's getting a lot of support for his plan. But it's not something he's always shown a lot of support for in the past. Nick Reisman explains. 08:24 PM
Radio Station Holds First Wine and Dine Radiothon
Ithaca
An Ithaca radio station changes format for one day to raise money for charity. WHCU held their very first radiothon with the money raised going to the United Way of Tompkins County. Brent Fox takes us inside this Wine and Dine event. 06:45 PM
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Manlius
New DEC regulations designate Mute Swans as prohibited invasive species. Officials are trying to minimize the negative impacts they have on native wildlife by potentially reducing the population. Many people are wondering what this could mean for the future of the Manlius Swan pond. Iris St. Meran spoke with the village mayor to learn more about their plans. 06:15 PM
Ithaca Fire Possibly Caused by Person Thawing Frozen Pipes
Ithaca
Fire crews in Ithaca were busy with a fire they believe was caused by a plumber thawing pipes. It happened just after on Friday afternoon on Cayuga Street in the first floor bathroom. 07:00 PM
Funeral Services Scheduled for Cardinal Egan
Manhattan
Funeral services have been scheduled for next week for Cardinal Edward Egan, who passed away Thursday. 02:45 PM
Syracuse School Budget Calls for No Layoffs
Syracuse
Administrators said they are pleased they did not have to cut any positions, and point to 70 staffing positions that would be added under the plan, but some residents are still concerned about safety issues in district classrooms. 08:00 AM
Monster Jam Returns to the Carrier Dome
Syracuse
The Monster Jam Tour will be back at the Carrier Dome Saturday for the fifth straight year. 06:03 AM
Cortland, Onondaga Closer to Agreement on Incinerating Garbage Proposal
Cortland
There is still much debate over the partnership between Cortland and Onondaga counties that would allow Cortland County to use Onondaga's incinerator, and then have the ash stored in a Cortland County landfille. But, at a Thursday evening meeting, many residents at the meeting expressed concern about chemicals produced from incineration. 09:14 AM
Demonstrators Protest Governor Cuomo's Education Reform Proposals
Utica
The pounding of drums, chanting, singing and more could be heard through downtown Utica Thursday as those in opposition of Governor Andrew Cuomo's proposed education reforms rallied. Elizabeth Jeneault explains why about 1,000 people felt compelled to brave frigid temperatures in support of public education. 03/05/2015 10:30 PM
Cal Harris Murder Trial Continues Focus on Blood Stains Found in Garage, Foyer
Schoharie County
A forensic investigator is back on the stand in the Cal Harris murder trial. Harris is accused of killing his wife in 2001. Tamara Lindstrom has more. 03/05/2015 03:30 PM
Dead Deer Shakes Up Trumansburg Central School District
Ithaca
It was scary scene at the Trumansburg Central School District Wednesday morning. The body of a deer was left in the student parking lot and attached to it was a note that raised a few warning flags. Brent Fox has more on what the school and the local police are doing about it. 03/05/2015 08:00 PM
Cardinal Edward Egan Dies at Age 82
Manhattan
Edward Cardinal Egan has died at the age of 82. 03/05/2015 02:56 PM
Charlie Tan Pleads Not Guilty to Murder, Released from Jail After Posting Bail
Rochester
Charlie Tan, a 19-year-old accused in the shooting death of his father, pleaded not guilty to a charge of murder at his arraignment Thursday in Rochester. Updated 03/05/2015 05:45 PM
Parents Advocate for Developmentally Disabled Children
Utica
Recent changes in state and federal mental health regulations have deepened concerns for parents with developmentally disabled children. Cara Thomas explains the state is slowly doing away with adult homes and sheltered workshops and instead integrating those with special needs into the community. 03/05/2015 04:30 PM
Deciding the Future of Route 81
Syracuse
The state's DOT commissioner, at a stop in Syracuse, says a "scoping" report on the future of Route 81 in the city will be done by the end of the month. As Bill Carey reports, there are new indications that a compromise proposal on the highways future look, seems to be gaining traction. 03/05/2015 05:29 PM
Massena Makes Top 10 List of "Micropolitan Areas" in U.S.
St. Lawrence County
A real estate magazine zeros in on three North Country communities as hot spots to live and work. Massena, Ogdensburg and Plattsburgh made the their list "Top U.S. Micropolitan Areas." Caitlin Landers spoke with officials in Massena who can use lists like this to rebound from loss of business over the years. 03/05/2015 07:30 PM
Education Reforms Don't Fit Into Usual Political Boxes
Albany
Every spring in Albany, there's a battle over the budget at the capitol, but a new twist this year is Governor Andrew Cuomo's education reform agenda. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more. 03/05/2015 07:00 PM
Plane Safely Evacuated After Skidding Off LaGuardia Runway
New York City
The FAA says Delta Flight 1086 slid off the side of runway 13 at around 11:20 a.m. shortly after landing. Updated 03/05/2015 04:00 PM
Winter's Crazy Extremes Keeping People Home
Jefferson County
In the North Country, it's been one of the craziest winters in a long time. It started with a green Christmas and then a major snow storm in January. February was the coldest it's ever been in Watertown. As Brian Dwyer explains, the extreme conditions have taken a toll on those who earn a living from people enjoying the outdoors. 03/05/2015 01:47 PM
New Onondaga County Sheriff's Department Deputies Sworn In
Syracuse
The Onondaga County Sheriff's Department welcomes its newest group of deputies. 03/05/2015 02:52 PM
Counting Down to Syracuse's St. Patrick's Parade
Syracuse
It's an annual event that has been heralded as the "unofficial" end to a tough Central New York winter. The 33rd annual Syracuse Saint Patrick's Parade is set to step off next Saturday, March 14th. Our Brad Vivacqua takes a look at how preparations are coming along. 03/05/2015 05:57 AM
Cortland Man Builds, Uses Bicycle That Plows
Cortland
You don't typically hear the words bicycle and plow in the same sentence. But for one Cortland man it's a way of life. In a story you'll only see on Time Warner Cable News, Iris St. Meran introduces us to Harry Bridger, the man who built his own pedal-powered snow plow. 03/04/2015 07:00 PM

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