Cortland For years, it brought a boost to the Cortland economy each summer and a treat for local football fans. But it seems the New York Jets won't be making a return trip to Central New York. Mike Toper has the details. 04:30 PM
A midnight deadline is looming for lawmakers in Albany. They're working into the night in hopes of passing an on-time budget.
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A 19-year-old man is dead, and his family wants justice. The murder trial for 40-year-old Pablo Contreras began Tuesday. Police say Contreras stabbed Eugenio Correa last August on Bleecker Street in Utica. As Cara Thomas reports, several of Correa's family members traveled up from Philadelphia for what turned out to be a very emotional day in court.
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Jurors Finish First Full Day of Deliberations in Neulander Trial
Still no verdict in the murder trial of Dr. Robert Neulander. The jury received the case Monday afternoon and resumed their deliberations Tuesday. Neulander is charged with second degree murder and tampering with evidence. 05:02 PM
Defense Secretary Visits Syracuse University, Discusses Issues
A warning from the new U.S. Secretary of Defense about the continuing impact from so-called sequestration cuts in the federal budget. As Bill Carey reports in his second day of his first civilian tour since becoming Secretary, Ashton Carter has focused on the future needs for America's defense. 05:47 PM
No Witness Testimony in Cal Harris' Murder Trial Tuesday
Schoharie County
The defense said they did not have witnesses available to testify on Tuesday. 05:15 PM
Late Spring Impacts Local Businesses
North Syracuse
Spring arrived in Central New York almost two weeks ago, but it seems mother nature is not on board yet. And these colder than normal temperatures aren't doing much for local businesses that rely on warm weather. Alexa Green explains how some businesses are dealing with the challenge. 06:30 PM
Former Rome Youth Wrestling Coach Accused of Distributing Child Pornography
According to the U.S. attorney's office, 38-year-old Brian Mingo knowingly gave out child porn through an internet file sharing service. 12:06 PM
Costly Printing of State Budget Bills
New Yorkers voted on several propositions during the 2014 election, one that would allow bills to be given to lawmakers electronically. Five months after being approved, and there's no sign of that yet at the State Capitol. Jon Dougherty has more. 03:15 PM
North Country Man Accused of Animal Abuse After Several Die on Croghan Property
Jefferson County
According to the Lewis County Sheriff's Department, 61-year-old Duane Kloster failed to provide veterinary care for six cows and four horses. 07:45 AM
More Than 30 Organizations Honored at 7th Annual Non-Profit Awards
More than 30 non-profit organizations and individuals from across the region will be honored Tuesday for their dedication. The seventh annual Non-Profit Awards will take place Tuesday at SRC Arena at Onondaga Community College. Brad Vivacqua has details. 06:20 AM
Electrical Issue Sends Firefighters to NYS Fairground Tuesday
Onondaga County
The Department of Agriculture says smoke caused by a short circuit, set off the fire alarm in the Center of Progress Building. 11:59 AM
Secretary of Defense Stresses Fort Drum's Importance During Visit
Fort Drum
It's been a while since a sitting Secretary of Defense has made a visit to Fort Drum, but Monday when newcomer Ashton Carter did just that, he also brought some very good news for the post and the North Country. Brian Dwyer explains why Carter says Fort Drum isn't going anywhere. 03/30/2015 08:30 PM

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Mediterranean style salad tossed with orange juice, fresh dill and black olives.
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