Gouverneur State police say the teenager was one of three people inside a home at 1119 State Route 11 when a fire broke out around 2:30 a.m. 10:46 AM
Thousands of basketball fans are in Syracuse this weekend as the NCAA Tournament East Regional begins Friday. Two games will take place Friday night with the regional final taking place in the Carrier Dome Sunday. Brad Vivacqua was in the Dome Friday morning with details on the big weekend.
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Bob McKenney's formal removal from the J-D boys basketball program has garnered much criticism from those who've tried to help the coach keep his job. Supporters were thanked in a statement released by McKenney Thursday, which also addressed the district's decision to remove him. Elizabeth Jeneault reports.
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Two People Unaccounted For as Investigators Probe East Village Blast
Two people are listed as being unaccounted for as investigators keep looking into Thursday's explosion in the East Village that injured at least 22 people and brought down three buildings. Updated 05:57 PM
Lawmakers Look to Tax Syracuse Homeowners For Lights
Some taxpayers in the city of Syracuse could see their city bill jump come July. 03/26/2015 09:46 PM
Jamesville Elementary School Principal Arrested, Accused of DWI with Child in Car
Onondaga County
Manlius police say Colleen Tedeschi was arrested last Sunday. She's charged with aggravated DWI, because a child under the age of 16 was in the car. She was also cited for following too closely. 08:46 AM
Former SU Basketball Player, Syracuse Native Named New Commissioner of Parks
One of Syracuse's own will now take over the parks department. Former Syracuse University basketball player, and Syracuse-native, Lazarus Sims has been named the new commissioner of the city's parks, recreation and youth programs. 09:32 AM
Black Lake Boat Launch Could See Improvements
St. Lawrence County
A boat launch along Black Lake in St. Lawrence County could soon be seeing some improvements. State officials have designated the boat launch in Brier Hill a regional priority. 09:32 AM
Some SU Students Ask Why Paris Noir Study Abroad Program Was Canceled
The summer program lets students travel to Paris to help them understand the strong influence Black culture has had on that city and the world. 09:35 AM
Avoiding Injuries When Digging
An underground gas, electric, communications, water or sewer line is damaged by digging activity once every six minutes nationwide. 03/26/2015 08:16 PM
Man in Police Custody for Allegedly Dropping Drugs in Utica Middle School
According to the Utica Police Department, 32-year-old Thomas Robinson was dropping something off for a student, when someone saw him drop the drugs. 08:51 AM
State Tests Cause Controversy Across Central NY
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. 03/26/2015 07:31 PM
At Least 19 Injured in Fire, Building Collapse in Manhattan
New York City
Fire officials in the East Village said that 19 people were injured in the explosion and building collapse in the East Village, and the four people are listed in critical condition. Updated 03/26/2015 10:25 PM

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