Syracuse In day three of the trial of a Liverpool woman accused in a deadly hit and run crash, jurors heard from the defendant herself. Alicia Alampi did not take the stand, but excerpts from her interview with a detective were played for the jury. Iris St. Meran has more on what Alampi recalled happening back in December 2013. 09:00 PM
Building Blocks Day Care Center in Potsdam sorts through financial documents while teachers and families have had to search for other places to work and bring their children.
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It's back to business as usual in Albany as lawmakers attempt to move past Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's corruption scandal, as more information is coming out about possible replacements for Silver. Nick Reisman has more from the state Capitol.
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After Silver, Who Will 'Speak' for Upstate?
Albany Capital Region
As the candidates jockey for Assembly Speaker, Upstate New York lawmakers and lobbies hope the new leader will look north of NYC. Geoff Redick reports. 04:57 PM
Russell: 'I Don't Regret' Standing by Sheldon Silver's Presumption of Innocence
Northern NY
Late last week, North Country Assemblywoman Addie Russell was a loud voice of support for the newly arrested Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and the legal process playing out. Now that it's been decided Silver is out, Russell isn't backing away from that stance. But as Brian Dwyer reports, she is ready to move forward. 04:35 PM
Youth Council Works to Keep Kids Out of Courtroom
Central NY
Is it always necessary to charge youth offenders or send them to juvenile detention? Members of the Oneida County Youth Services Council don't think so. Instead, they've created an arrest diversion program. As Cara Thomas reports, political leaders hope to expand that program county wide. 03:33 PM
Jury Chosen in Cal Harris' Murder Trial, Opening Statements Monday
Schoharie County
Twelve jurors and two alternates have been chosen in Cal Harris' murder trial. Opening statements begin Monday. Updated 01/28/2015 12:00 AM
Dog From Oswego County Animal Cruelty Case Gets New Home
Oswego County
An Oswego County animal cruelty case has a happy ending. Apollo was found nearly starved to death in New Haven in December, but survived after being rescued. A warning to viewers, some people may find the images in this story disturbing. Candace Hopkins has more on Apollo's new beginning. 06:55 PM
Luxury, Horsepower on Display at Detroit Auto Show
National Auto Show
There was a time when four doors meant family car, not performance car. Our Ed Keiner has more on how automakers are blurring that distinction.
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Mattydale Man Sentenced for Causing Father's Death in Fire
Syracuse
Robert Teachout was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison after having pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in connection with the 2013 fire on Garden City Drive in Mattydale. 12:27 PM
New York State Lifts Liquefied Natural Gas Storage Ban
Albany
New York State has lifted a storage ban on Liquefied Natural Gas. 02:25 PM
Syracuse Non-Profit Fights Growing Poverty in City
Syracuse
Visions for Change says more than 130,000 people inside the city limits live below the poverty line. Brad Vivacqua has more on what Visions for Change is doing to reduce that number. 08:25 AM
Massachusetts Court Rules Names of Jurors in Criminal Cases be Made Public
Massachusetts
The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled the list of jurors who sit on criminal cases must be made public unless there is risk to jurors. 02:50 PM
Suspected Syracuse Bank Robber Arrested
Syracuse
Police say the man who robbed a credit union on Erie Boulevard in Syracuse is now in custody. 08:37 AM
Gaming Officials Warning People of Lottery Scam
Schenectady
People are being warned about a fake lottery scam. 02:23 PM
Women TIES Helps with Entrepreneurial Education
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A luncheon on Tuesday featured four entrepreneurs giving advice on how to run a successful business. 10:18 AM
Your Morning News in a Minute
Central NY
Here is a look at the latest headlines for Wednesday, January 28th. 04:44 AM
Deal Reached for Sheldon Silver to Step Down
Albany
A deal has been reached for Joe Morelle, a Rochester-area Democrat, to serve as interim Assembly speaker, forcing the embattled Silver to step down as speaker, effective Monday. Time Warner Cable News reporter Nick Reisman has the story. Updated 01/27/2015 07:30 PM
WATCH: Sheldon Silver Not Saying Whether He Plans to Resign
Albany
WATCH: Raw video of Sheldon Silver leaving the state Capitol after Assembly Democrats announce Joe Morelle will be interim Speaker. 01/27/2015 10:20 PM