A day after his investigation led to the arrest of Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver on corruption charges, U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara delivered a speech Friday at New York Law School that took aim at what he says has become the unfortunate status quo in Albany.
Updated 01/23/2015 09:25 PM
Ask a Northern New Yorker and they'll tell you the 1000 Islands is a spot of natural beauty; a must visit. Ask people around the country and they may mention a salad. Expanding the region's profile to tourists is a top priority in 2015. As Brian Dwyer reports, a reality show based out west helped kick it off.
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Three people are facing charges following a meth bust Sunday in Little Falls. 07:41 AM
New York State
Gov. Andrew Cuomo asked New York City-area commuters to stay home Monday, if possible. He said that the evening commute could be near-impossible and many major roadways could be closed during the evening commute due to heavy snow and high winds. Down in New York City, they are bracing for up to 3 feet of snow. Mayor Bill de Blasio says he has readied 1,500 snow plows. 07:22 AM
If you have a little extra time, the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program could use your help. Adult mentors are needed to spend as little as a few hours a week with children from Onondaga and Oswego counties. Brad Vivacqua was at the Clinton Square ice rink Monday and details on what's needed. 07:14 AM
Utica police are searching for a man they believe was involved in two strong-armed robberies this weekend. 06:09 AM
St. Lawrence County
SUNY Potsdam Ranked in Top 50 for food 01/22/2015 08:52 PM
It's been a rollercoaster month for the Watertown Area Boxing Club. There's the high of a big fight night set for Friday to the low of learning it wouldn't have a home shortly after. It's current building is being renovated for apartments. But as Brian Dwyer reports, a company has come in to ring the bell just in time. 01/22/2015 05:28 PM
Albany Capital Region
New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver turned himself into federal authorities Thursday as he faces corruption charges. Updated 01/22/2015 02:45 PM
Being able to travel the world is a great learning experience for young people. And those hosting students from foreign countries can learn a lot as well. As Caitlin Landers shares, one program in the North Country is trying to find more families willing to open their homes to that experience. 01/21/2015 08:50 AM
More than 100 Syracuse residents spent Martin Luther King, Jr. Day collecting food and clothing for the less fortunate. As Elizabeth Jeneault reports, many consider it one of the best ways to pay homage to the social activist. 01/19/2015 07:02 PM