Syracuse Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner has been a critic of some of Governor Cuomo's budget policies. As Bill Carey reports, now that a new state budget is in place, that hasn't changed. 08:30 PM
State lawmakers left Albany for the week after working late into the early morning hours to pass a budget. As Nick Reisman reports that technically made the budget late.
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The defense called its first witnesses in Cal Harris' murder trial. The Tioga County man is charged with murder for the presumed death of his wife Michele in 2001. Tamara Lindstrom reports.
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No Verdict on Second Day of Deliberations in Neulander Trial
Jurors continue to deliberate the fate of Doctor Robert Neulander. Neulander is accused of killing his wife Leslie, though he says she accidentally fell in the shower. 06:00 PM
NYS Canal Corp. Performs Maintenance on Century Old Lock
Oneida County
When winter comes, the temperatures drop, and the Erie Canal may freeze over, but work doesn't stop for New York State's Canal Corporation. Crews spend their winters performing maintenance and doing repairs on New York's historic locks. It isn't easy work, and as Cara Thomas explains, this winter's record breaking cold made it even harder. 08:15 PM
Snow Removal at NBT Bank Stadium More Challenging Than Usual
Spring is in the air, and with it comes America's pastime. The Syracuse Chiefs will gear up for opening day in two weeks, but before that happens, they'll need a clean work space after a long winter. Alana LaFlore has more on what it takes to get the field ready. 10:00 PM
Snoop Dogg to Perform Free Concert at State Fair
Onondaga County
The New York State Fair is still about five months away but residents are buzzing about its latest musical act announcement. Rapper Snoop Dogg will perform a free 8 p.m. show at Chevy Court. And earlier that day hip hop group Salt and Peppa will take the stage, as part of the fair's first Day of Rap. As Candace Hopkins explains, the performances are part of the fair's effort to attract new visitors. 08:00 PM
North Country Red Cross Seeks Help After Fire Increase
Jefferson County
The North Country Red Cross has burned through most of its disaster relief funding. With several months before their budget resets, officials are hoping for a little help. Caitlin Landers explains why the organization is struggling, and how community donations support fire victims. 09:45 PM
IRS Warns of Scammers Threatening Victims With Arrest, Deportation
Washington, D.C.
As the 2015 tax filing season winds down, the federal government is warning of a sophisticated scheme aimed at defrauding innocent taxpayers. As Washington bureau reporter Geoff Bennett tells us, no one is immune to becoming a victim of the scam. 08:00 PM
Fight Breaks Out at Court Appearance for Man Accused of Killing Baby
Family members fought at Kendell Cooper's court appearance in Syracuse Wednesday. 10:24 PM
March of Dimes Looks to Give Babies a Healthy Start
Out of the 19,000 babies born in Central New York each year, more than 2,000 will be born too early- a number the March of Dimes is hoping to drastically reduce. Alexa Green explains what the organization is doing to give all babies a healthy start. 06:00 PM
Woman Sentenced to Time Served, Probation in Baby's Death
Wanda Trumble was sentenced to time served and probation for the death of her child. 04:25 PM
YWCA Launches 'Safer Bars' Campaign
YWCA along with ACR Health, have launched a program called 'Safer Bars.' 04:56 PM

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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.
Rigatoni with Italian Sausage and Fennel
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Pasta with a sausage, fennel and black olive tomato sauce.
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