Utica Comets try to stay atop the Western Conference plus highlights from the 7th annual Bowl-A-Thon to benefit the House of the Good Shepard
Utica College students standing in solidarity; walking for a cure for cancer.
Sun returns for the weekend.
Authorities confirmed Friday morning that a teacher from the Town of Webb School District died while hiking in Old Forge.
A above ground pipeline is running on Genesee Street. The pipes are to repair a sewer line, and to avoid digging under ground.
We have the Sitrin Wheelchair basketball game plus Brianna Kiesel is headed to the WNBA.
Tiny's Bar and Grill has been a part of the city for nearly a century and Thursday the community came out to celebrate not only the restaurant, but it's owner.
Oneida County kicked off Child Abuse Awareness Month on Thursday at the county office building.
Sitrin's Celebrity Wheelchair Basketball Game will no doubt be full of laughs and fun. But when it comes down to it--this is all for a good cause. A cause that gives many in our area a better quality of life.
Diane Martin Grande, an attorney from Rome announces she's running for Rome City Mayor.
Law Enforcement professionals met today in Oriskany to learn more strategies on reducing gun crimes.
Still mild tomorrow.
The Utica man accused of killing his family returns to court Thursday morning after a completed pysch evaluation.
Comets and Pioneers both had a go and we have the highlights to see what happened.
Our area has seen a flurry of fires recently -- including one that proved fatal. And the beautiful weather we've been having makes for the perfect conditions for brush fires. On Wednesday, the red cross accompanied the Utica mayor for a quality of life sweep to help prepare homes for the possibility of a fire.
SUNY Polytechnic hosted its annual Health and Wellness fair on Wednesday.
Even though the weather feels great, there was at least one negative side-effect on Wednesday.
More than 100 people attended a leadership seminar on Wednesday at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Marcy.
A ruling by a state court judge will put a Stewart's Shop in east Utica.
Jackie Izzo made her announcement official today. She will run for Mayor of the City of Rome.
It's high school baseball as the Warriors of Whitesboro travel to New Hartford
Cows were displaced by a massive barn fire in the Town of Marshall this morning.
The spring-like weather we've been waiting for is here. And that means seasonal restaurants - are back in business. Including one in Yorkville - eating there is a special tradition for many local families.
Wednesday is the big day-- the deadline to file your taxes.
Several structure fires breaking out across Central New York on Tuesday.
More sun on tap.
Good news for golfers. Valley View Country Club is set to open April 15th.
Kripalu yoga teacher Mary Finkle discusses the mental and physical benefits of yoga for this segment of Tuesday's Tips and Tricks.
Common Core state testing begins tomorrow but some local kids will not be taking part.
Utica Comets weekend review and a check on the Masters final
Police and fire department in Little Falls made a brave rescue Monday after responding to a man that fell in the Erie Canal.
After 21 years in the district attorney's office--Joe Saba has decided to run for Utica City Court Judge.
Hamilton College has lifted a full-day lockdown. This following an unknown caller threatening two bombs and a shooter on campus. At this point - those claims appear to be false.
The Utica Fire Department is looking for clues after responding to a fire on Kossuth Ave. One man was killed in the fire.
Eyewitness News aired the live press conference with State Police on the campus of Hamilton College in connection with a bomb threat and suspicious package found on campus. For the very latest, tune into Eyewitness News at 6:00 on WUTR.
Utica Comets and round two of the Masters dominate the sports block.
Weekend: Starts Cool, Ends Nicely
Family members, friends, and fellow parishioners saying goodbye to three Cherry Valley children who died last week.
A Utica Zoo Keeper is heading to California to help baby sea lions back to health.
More than a hundred elementary students spent time on the campus of Mohawk Valley Community College on Friday for a nano day celebration.
After a shooting that left five in the hospital--Level Bar and Lounge was left with a black eye. But on Friday its doors will swing open to reveal a completely re-branded business hoping to rise above its tarnished reputation.
It's round one of the Masters plus the Utica Comets get back a familiar face.
More than 50 people from across the globe were given their official welcome to the United States Thursday as naturalized citizens.
Creativity was cooking in Waterville Thursday. Waterville's Junior iron chefs are getting ready to compete in the kitchen.
It happens just before every sporting event gets underway - the National Anthem is sung. But happening less often, is a rendition that leaves the crowd in awe. One young girl in our community has done just that.
The YWCA honored six outstanding women on Thursday during its biggest fundraiser of the year.
State and local leaders meeting at Griffiss International Airport on Thursday- calling on congress to pass a new, long-term federal aviation bill.
Sitrin Health Care System is stepping up its efforts to better serve those who suffer from this deadly disease, and with their planning they are set to become one of the most advanced impatient programs in Upstate New York.
Mary Wilson is native of southern Vermont. She has lived and studied in Central New York, and has a Broadcast Journalism degree from Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Rachael is from York, NY, a small town just south of Rochester. Lake effect snow is what got her interested in weather, so she is excited to be back in an area that lives and breathes winter!
Austin joined the Eyewitness News Team as the station's Sports Director in October of 2014. The position is a dream come true for the New Hampshire native who picked up a baseball before he could even walk.
Ana Rivera joined the Eyewitness News Team in January 2014. She is from southern Delaware but she calls Central New York her second home.
Marc is a locally based journalist. Originally from Dryden, NY, Marc moved to Richfield Springs as a teenager. He attended Richfield Springs Central School, where he played Varsity Soccer, Basketball and ran track.
Rachel is an Investigative Reporter for WSYR and Contributing Reporter for WUTR.
Jeff Kulikowsky feels right at home covering news in Central New York, growing up in Homer and graduating from Ithaca College.
Sal is a Sports Reporter for WSYR and Contributing Sports Reporter for WUTR.
Steve is NewsChannel 9’s Sports Director, leading our coverage of Syracuse University Athletics, the award-winning Friday Night Fever, and everything in between.