Syracuse Officials say Michael Morris went to a nearby market and kidnapped his 29-year-old ex girlfriend and threaten to killed her early Sunday morning. 02:16 PM
Widespread winter weather is on the way across New York State.
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With thousands graduating from law school each year landing a job can be a challenge. But one group of students has found a lot of success, thanks to their participation in mock trial competitions. Candace Hopkins explains what that entails, from the state wide competition this weekend in Syracuse.
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$5 Portrait Sessions Give Back to the Utica Community
After a photography blog on Utica went viral, and got a huge show of support from residents, the man behind the lens decided to pay it forward. The Rochester based photographer who took the pictures made his way back to Utica for public portrait sessions. Alana LaFlore shares how the keepsakes will give back to the community. 01/31/2015 07:11 PM
Recycle Your Old Electronics Or Face a Fine
It's all about doing what's right -- with what's left. Starting this year, residents can no longer toss old TVs and certain electronics to the curb. Instead, they'll have to be recycled or you will face a $100 fine. Alexa Green explains how Syracuse's Department of Public Works is helping make the recycling process a bit easier. 01/31/2015 06:13 PM
Safety Tips to Remember While Battling Frigid Temps Across NYS
New York State
The Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services has released a series of safety tips as temperatures drop below zero across the region. 01/31/2015 02:39 PM
Cornell Fraternity Suspended Due to Alleged Alcohol, Illicit Substance Incident
Tompkins County
Cornell University is investigating an incident with one of its fraternities. 01/31/2015 03:30 PM
Leaders Encourage People to Use DWI Prevention App
Many use Super Bowl Sunday as a time to kick back, relax and indulge in food and drinks. And because of that, local leaders are encouraging people to use a DWI Prevention app called "Have a Plan." 01/31/2015 04:49 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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Syracuse Police Identify Victim in Deadly Rowland Street Stabbing
Officials say 20-year-old Paul Newman of Rowland Street was stabbed at the corner of his street and Arthur Street around 12:15 a.m. Saturday morning. 01/31/2015 02:57 PM
Hundred Raise Money for AHA's 13th Annual Rome Run and Walk
This year, 5-year-old Kaitlyn Myers, was recognized as the Red Cap survivor ambassador. 01/31/2015 01:34 PM
Syracuse University Student Reports She Was Drugged at Off-Campus Party
A Syracuse University law student claims her drink was drugged at an off-campus house party in mid-December. The university's Department of Public Safety and Syracuse Police are currently investigating that report. Elizabeth Jeneault talked to students about the alleged incident and shares their reaction to it. 01/30/2015 04:07 PM
Congressman John Katko Already Facing Political Pressure in Washington, At Home
Washington, D.C.
Syracuse's new Congressman is on his first extended break, back home, after taking office in early January. John Katko is still "settling in" to his new job. Bill Carey says he is already facing some political pressure in Washington and at home. 01/31/2015 02:08 PM
Centro Considers Reducing Night, Weekend Hours
For many residents in the city of Syracuse, CENTRO is their main mode of transportation. But in the coming months, that service could become more limited. A multi-million dollar deficit is forcing the company to consider reducing services at night and on the weekends. A change, Cara Thomas reports, that could have a huge impact on riders' daily lives. 01/30/2015 08:00 PM
Silver Submits Resignation Letter as Assembly Speaker
Sheldon Silver has submitted his resignation letter for his Assembly speaker position. Updated 01/30/2015 05:46 PM
Good Government Groups Call for More Government Transparency
While Heastie has emerged as a leading candidate, some good government groups argue the process of picking a new speaker should be more transparent. But some experts say it's actually better when it plays out behind closed doors. Emily DeFeciani reports. 01/30/2015 11:00 PM
Deliberations Begin in Alampi Trial
Jurors are deliberating the fate of a Liverpool woman accused in a deadly hit and run crash. Prosecutors say Alicia Alampi was driving drunk when he hit and killed Robert Bevard with her car and then left the scene. Iris St. Meran has been following this trial all week and has the latest from court. 01/30/2015 06:31 PM
"Going Gold for Griffin" Hockey Event Honors Griffin Engle
Griffin Engle was honored in a special event a hockey game Friday night 01/30/2015 10:41 PM
Students Honor Kane Buss at Volleyball Game
Madison County
Two high school volleyball teams honored Kane Buss, 19, who was killed in a car crash as he and his girlfriend left Destiny USA. Photojournalist Ben Augustine captured how much sports meant to Kane and how much the game meant to the community. 01/30/2015 09:56 PM