Schoharie County Expert testimony from a celebrity witness leads to another call for a mistrial in the Cal Harris Murder trial. The Tioga County man is accused of killing his wife Michele in 2001. Tamara Lindstrom has the latest from court. 05:45 PM
You don't typically hear the words bicycle and plow in the same sentence. But for one Cortland man it's a way of life. In a story you'll only see on Time Warner Cable News, Iris St. Meran introduces us to Harry Bridger, the man who built his own pedal-powered snow plow.
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Five dairy cows were killed, and several more injured after a barn collapse in Cortland County. It happened at the Whey Street Dairy in Cuyler just after midnight Wednesday. Brent Fox has more on the devastation.
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Boilermaker Opens Charity Bib Registration
Registration for the coveted Boilermaker Road Race has become tough through the years. Last year, the 15K and 5K races both sold out in just over two hours, and many runners didn't make the cut. Cara Thomas has more on the Boilermaker's charity bib program for this year's selection. 07:00 PM
"Don't Steal Possible" Chant for Charter School Advocates in Albany
Thousands of people descended on Albany Wednesday for one of the largest recent rallies in the Capital City. The cause: charter schools. Geoff Redick has the story. 04:30 PM
Minimum Wage Crusade
It could end up being a major battle in Albany at budget time. A question affecting a number of family budgets. The minimum wage. As Bill Carey reports, the governor is stumping the state, stopping in Geddes, and urging public support to push that minimum higher. 05:43 PM
Environmental Activists Urge Onondaga Lawmakers to Avoid Transporting Ash
Environmentally minded Cortland County activists have urged Onondaga County lawmakers to back away from a plan that would have Cortland County send its trash to Onondaga County's incinerator plant, then return the ash from the incinerator for burial in a Cortland County landfill. 11:32 AM
Mahoney: Amphitheater to Replace Grandstand as Part of Major Fair Overhaul
Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney presented some of the highly awaited details of a proposed $50 million plan to spruce up the New York State Fairgrounds Tuesday night. It was one of the biggest highlights of Mahoney's State of the County Address. Elizabeth Jeneault has more on what's included in the proposed plan. 03/03/2015 11:30 PM
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WATCH: Onondaga County Exec. Joanie Mahoney's State of the County Address
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Cal Harris Trial: Arguments Over When Prosecution High-Profile Witness Will Testify
Schoharie County
Drama in the courtroom for the Cal Harris murder trial, Tuesday with very little movement in the case. Harris is accused of killing his wife in 2001. Tamara Lindstrom has the latest. 03/03/2015 05:00 PM
Few Marcellus Taxpayers Turnout to Hearing on $15M Project
Marcellus residents will now have to decide on whether to vote for a revised plan on renovating school district buildings after a public hearing was held Tuesday night to discuss the $15 million proposal. 09:14 AM
Nick Hillary's Lawyer Asks for Surveillance Video from Day of Boy's Death
Nick Hillary and his lawyer were back in court Tuesday morning to request video surveillance from the day of Garrett Phillips' death. Caitlin Landers has more on a piece of video the defense said they need to give a proper defense. 03/03/2015 08:45 PM
Climbing Up Frozen Waterfalls? Some in Ithaca Want it as Sport
Some would call it risky, others see it as another way to put Ithaca on the map. The sport of ice climbing is addicting to thrill seekers and now some want the gorges and falls in Ithaca to be the next place people tackle. Brent Fox explains how some people are hoping Tompkins County will become a climbing destination. 03/03/2015 10:00 PM
County Executive Picente Presents Plan for Oneida's Future
Oneida County
Economic development and improving the quality of life have been the goals of Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente since being voted into office. In his ninth state of the county address Tuesday, he said those things are being accomplished, but the county still has room to grow. Cara Thomas has more on several new initiatives. Updated 03/03/2015 04:15 PM
Woman Hit By Car in Syracuse, Seriously Injured
Syracuse police say a woman was hit by a car on Midland Avenue Tuesday afternoon. 03/03/2015 09:37 PM
Onondaga Legislature Asks State Not to 'Ignore' Boulevard, Tunnel Option for I-81
The debate goes on over the future of Interstate 81 in Syracuse, but county lawmakers say, that debate has just begun. As Bill Carey reports, legislators have now jumped into the argument over what the highway should look like in the decades to come. 03/03/2015 06:15 PM
Syracuse Mother Retracts Not Guilty Plea Surrounding Death of 5-Month-Old Daughter
The Onondaga County DA’s office says Wanda Trumble pleaded guilty Monday in connection with the death of her 5-month-old daughter, Nataliah back in 2013. 03/03/2015 09:19 AM
Silver Knights Kick Off Playoffs Thursday
The Syracuse Silver Knights soccer team is trying to rally their fans as they head into the Major Arena Soccer League playoffs. Our Brad Vivacqua caught up with the players and coach ahead of their big game Thursday night. Updated 06:59 AM
Court Permanently in Recess in Potsdam
Potsdam Mayor Steven Yurgartis said a part-time judge and two full-time clerks will lose their jobs as part of the move. 03/03/2015 09:03 PM
Advocates Call for Support for 2015 Immigrant Equality Agenda
Immigration advocates from around the state rallied in Albany Tuesday, as the issue continues to put federal officials at odds. Madeleine Rivera has the story. 03/03/2015 07:04 PM
Income Equality, Raising Minimum Wage Continue to Surface In Albany
Governor Andrew Cuomo has been pushing to boost the state's minimum wage, a push not well-received at Small Business Lobby Day in Albany. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more. 03/03/2015 08:00 PM
Whitesboro Schools Release Statement Following Discovery of Unloaded BB Gun in Middle School
Oneida County
The Whitesboro School District is notifying parents of an incident Monday where an unloaded BB gun was found in a middle school locker. Read the full statement from the school district here. 03/03/2015 11:20 AM
IHOP Restaurants Celebrate National Pancake Day
New York State
IHOP is celebrating the 10th anniversary of National Pancake Day Tuesday. To date, the effort has raised more than $16 million for Children's Hospitals across the country. Reporter Brad Vivacqua fills us in on what the campaign is all about. 03/03/2015 06:17 AM
Syracuse City School District's Proposed Budget Adds Staffing Positions, Security
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
WATCH: Oneida County Exec. Anthony Picente's State of the County Address
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Crews Act Quickly to Put Out Overnight Fire in Canastota
Officials say when they arrived on scene at about 10 p.m., a barn behind a home on Perryville Road was completely engulfed in flames. 03/03/2015 08:10 AM
Red Stains Remain Focus in Cal Harris Murder Trial
Schoharie County
The focus of Cal Harris murder trial Monday was on stains found in the Harris house. 03/02/2015 05:30 PM
Warmer Temperatures Could Create Flooding Problems
Central NY
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. 03/02/2015 06:00 PM

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