An underground gas, electric, communications, water or sewer line is damaged by digging activity once every six minutes nationwide.
Controversial state tests are approaching, due to be held in local schools in April and May. And, the opt-out campaign is in high gear. Bill Carey reports the movement is drawing some new followers in the Westhill School District.
On Thursday, Christopher Werenski was found guilty of murder in the second degree. He's accused of stabbing his wife to death last July. The defense tried to argue that Werenski never intended to kill Carrie Pritchard, only harm her. Cara Thomas reports. 03:48 PM
An estimated 30,000 fans are trickling into the Syracuse area for the NCAA East Regional and as they do, hotels are becoming more and more busy. Elizabeth Jeneault reports. 04:45 PM
Much of the day Thursday in the Doctor Robert Neulander murder trial was focused on testimony from a forensic pathologist. Neulander is accused of killing his wife in 2012. He said she died after falling in the shower. 04:50 PM
In a trial that barely lasted into a fourth day, Christopher Werenski was found guilty of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of his wife, Carrie Pritchard. 10:08 AM
The prosecution continues to call witnesses in the Gary Thibodeau hearing. Thibodeau is seeking to have his conviction for the 1994 kidnapping of Heidi Allen overturned. She disappeared from a New Haven convenience store, and her body was never found.Iris St. Meran reports. 11:26 AM
It's a dog lover's paradise at the State Fairgrounds. Starting Thursday, the annual Salt City Cluster Dog Show gets underway, featuring hundreds of pups from all over the northeast. Brad Vivacqua has more. 06:07 AM
The Tioga County man is charged with murder for the presumed death of his wife in 2001. 11:51 AM
McKenney was let go from J-D on Monday, after weeks of speculation about his job status. 07:00 AM
New York State
New data released Thursday by the U.S. Census does not bode well for New York, which continues to lag behind other states when it comes to population growth, though immigrants continue to drive growth here in the city. Updated 05:20 AM
Abusive and offensive language is included in a number of the roughly 500 million tweets sent per day. That's why Twitter has set out to help weed some of those tweets out of users' timelines. Elizabeth Jeneault reports. 03/25/2015 09:54 PM
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