Syracuse The Syracuse City School District isn't proposing layoffs under its 2015-2016 budget after years of repeatedly reducing staff. Its $391.2 million spending plan includes adding about 70 staffing positions and 12 police officers. Elizabeth Jeneault shares the district's difficulties in crafting the proposed budget and what parents have to say about it. 03/02/2015 10:55 PM
The focus of Cal Harris murder trial Monday was on stains found in the Harris house.
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Many people are welcoming March with open arms after February's record lows and heavy snowfall. But warmer temperatures may not be good news for everyone. Iris St. Meran has some tips on how to prevent your home from flooding.
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Deep Frost Line Freezing Pipes, Causing Water Main Breaks
March is here, but it still feels like the dead of winter. With the winter conditions, comes significant problems. As Brent Fox reports, water main breaks can be among the worst. 03/02/2015 08:30 PM
Cold, Snow Set Records in February
Researchers documented record temperatures and historic snowfall in Central New York in February. 03/02/2015 03:21 PM
MidairUSA and Oneida County Reach Agreement
Oneida County
It's been a tough year for MidairUSA, an aviation repair company located in Rome at Griffiss Airport. With one of their biggest customers in Russia, war and economic downtown caused the company to take a major financial hit, almost resulting in their eviction from Griffiss. But as Cara Thomas reports, a resolution has since been approved between Midair and Oneida County, giving the company a second chance. 03/02/2015 10:00 PM
Demonstrators Rally For, Against Education Opportunity Agenda
The debate over education raged on Monday at the Capitol, with those for and against eduation reform rallied just a couple hours apart. Time Warner Cable News reporter Tanja Rekhi has more. 03/02/2015 06:30 PM
School Bus Survey Shows Drivers Putting Children at Risk
New York State
It's against the law and very dangerous, but some people still do it to try and save time. A new report released this week shows that thousands of drivers illegally pass a school bus in New York state each day. Briggette Sayegh has more from parents on the alarming study. 03/02/2015 09:36 PM
Healthy Living Special: All About Food
This month's Healthy Living special focuses on food -- from what we put into our bodies and our children's bodies, to reading nutrition labels. Plus, we touch on the latest medical advancements.
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State Legislature Clashes on Transparency in Government
Governor Cuomo's office been clashing lately with both Republicans and Democrats in the state Legislature over policy on transparency in government. Nick Reisman explains. 03/02/2015 08:54 PM
Sen. Gillibrand Pushing for Action on Sexual Assault Bill
Monday found New York's junior U.S. Senator on the road visiting colleges in Buffalo, and Rochester, pressing for action on a bill to curb sexual assaults. As Bill Carey reports, the Senator is hoping the bill can pass a second time around. 03/02/2015 06:33 PM
Potsdam Village Officials Consider Dissolving Village Court
St. Lawrence County
Arguments are usually heard inside a courtroom. Rarely is the court itself up for debate. But, that's the case in the village of Potsdam, where officials are talking about possibly dissolving the village court. As Caitlin Landers explains, just like in a trial, there are two sides to this story. 03/02/2015 09:00 PM
Corrections Officers Charged with Assaulting Inmate Plead Guilty
Wyoming County
Three Attica corrections officers who were about to go on trial admitted Monday to taking part in a bloody attack on an inmate in 2011. Prosecutors said the plea deals are a first in New York state history. Updated 03/02/2015 02:34 PM
First Look at New Crouse Hospital Operating Rooms
Crouse Hospital is giving us a first look at their new hybrid operating rooms designed to improve treatment for stroke patients and people with other brain conditions. 03/02/2015 09:18 AM
SU Greek Life Students Shine Spotlight on Hunger Issues
Syracuse University Greek Life students are making sure those in need won't be forgotten. Our Candace Hopkins reports. 03/02/2015 08:30 AM
March Meatball Madness Draws Hundreds to Utica
It has nothing to do with college basketball, but it can still draw a crowd. Hundreds gathered for the 6th annual "March Meatball Madness" to pick the best meatballs in Utica. Alana LaFlore explains how the competition helps the community. 03/01/2015 05:47 PM
Sports Night has Sectional Semifinal Action, A New Lax #1 & SU Preps for UVA
The Sectional Semis are in the books. Find out which teams puncded their ticket to the finals. Syracuse should be the new number one lax team in the country after dominating UVA Sunday. Plus, Orange Men's Basketball team talks losing the inside battle to Duke Saturday. 03/01/2015 11:07 PM
Hundreds Brave the Shave for St. Baldrick's Foundation
It's become one of the largest fundraising events for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, in the world. Hundreds walked into Kitty Hoynes Sunday looking one way, and walked out with a lot less on the top and sides. Alexa Green spoke to those who participated to find out why they chose to brave the shave. 03/01/2015 05:31 PM
Anticipation Builds For Purim, Families and Organizations Prep
Broome County
Purim begins Wednesday evening and many families and organizations throughout the world are hard at work preparing for annual traditions. Emily Lorsch shares why many consider this one of the most joyous holidays. 03/01/2015 07:00 PM
Syracuse Police Investigate Shots Fired Incident at Local Bar
Officials say around 2 a.m. Sunday morning an altercation took place outside Rosie O'Grady's Sports Bar on West Genesee Street. 03/01/2015 01:49 PM
Syracuse Boxer Hopes to Get Back in Ring After McAvan's Shooting
It was the beginning of February when a gunman opened fire inside McAvan's Pub in Syracuse, injuring six, including bouncer Lawrence Gabriel. Candace Hopkins spoke with him, about his determination to get back in the ring. 03/01/2015 12:34 AM
UB Researchers say NFL Scheduling Could Be Fairer
City of Buffalo
Football fans know -- it's the little things that can mean the difference between victory and defeat. Reporter Sarah Blazonis explains a study from University at Buffalo researchers that suggests NFL scheduling can be fairer and how the Bills have been hit hard with the current system. 02/28/2015 10:09 PM
Parents, Students Attend Technology Expo in Syracuse
As the Syracuse City Schools are facing scrutiny over a state report on failing schools, the district is showcasing a program that offers students real-life experience. Alexa Green met with some of those, interested in the program. 02/28/2015 06:01 PM
Icicle Prevention Can Save Costly Damage to Properties, Dangerous Situations
Southern Tier
They're heavy, they're sharp, and they can be deadly. With this cold weather, icicles are forming on rooftops all over -- damaging property and hurting people. But Emily Lorsch spoke with one expert who says he has the answer. 02/28/2015 05:50 PM
First Ever Syracuse Area Youth A Cappella Festival Preps Underway in Liverpool
The first ever Syracuse area youth A Cappella Festival is underway at Liverpool High School. Photojournalist Jim Gibbons takes us behind the scenes of the prep before the big show. 02/28/2015 04:51 PM
High School Students Attend Girls in STEM Expo at MVCC
Girls in grades 9 through 11 were invited to take part in activities that taught them about physics, chemistry and biology. It was made possible through a grant from the MVCC Foundation. 02/28/2015 06:04 PM
Syracuse Orange Back on the Court Against Duke Blue Devils
The Orange are carrying some momentum after Tuesday's upset win over Notre Dame. 02/28/2015 11:47 AM
Local Animal Lovers Giving Greyhounds Life After the Races
Local animal lovers are working to give retired racing greyhounds better lives after they retire from their careers. 02/28/2015 06:08 PM
CSA Farms Make Getting Fresh, Local Produce Easier
Cayuga County
When you're looking to buy fresh produce do you look to the grocery story or the farmers market? What if it was even easier than that? Brent Fox shares how farms across the country and some right in your own communities are catering to your individual needs. Updated 02/28/2015 05:30 PM