Syracuse It was record setting rain that struck the city of Syracuse Sunday night. At one point, an inch and-a-half of rain falling within just a half-an-hour. The rain caused flash flooding across the city and is now blamed for at least one death. Bill Carey reports. Updated 12:32 PM
Following Tuesday's flooding in Syracuse, many families were displaced from their homes. The Red Cross stepped in, taking people to emergency shelters. Alana LaFlore has the details of how people are coping.
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State corrections officials on Wednesday announced a new superintendent would assume control at Clinton Correctional Facility following the escape of two convicted killers from the Dannemora prison.
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