Dry for the work week.
A look at rest vs. momentum plus highlights from the Cooperstown Sauquoit Valley softball game.
This week it's felt like summertime already and that means it's time to open your pool.
Whether it's fishing or hunting--Central New York is full of sportsmen. And on Wednesday Congressman Richard Hanna says he's pushing to protect them.
Utica was once the largest supplier of hops in the Northeast in the late 1800's.
There is a light at the end of the tunnel for the troubled Utica Children's Museum. After shutting its doors because of code violations and amid an investigation by Oneida County DA's office into its financial transactions - the city has now ok'd the museum to reopen.
The deadline for school budget voting is approaching, and the district of New York Mills has presented the area with two propositions.
Proctor ND high school baseball highlights. Plus Travis Green talks about the Comets powerplay and the Empire 8 conference is gearing up for their first ever baseball conference tournament.
The Genesis Group taking time on Tuesday to recognize excellence in the healthcare field.
OSHA has slapped a local steel and pipe manufacturer with a major fine for repeat violations regarding unsafe working conditions.
Wildflowers, The Lodge, and The Tower At Turning Stone receive customer service awards.
The numbers are in and Oneida County's final budget is in the black. 2014 was a good fiscal year for the county--leaving extra funds to be saved away for a rainy day.
High school baseball highlights, plus a look at where the Syracuse lacrosse team ended up in the NCAA tournament seeding.
A look inside the MacKinnon Mansion.
Warm this week.
Students at a local high school are given a dramatic example of what can happen if students drink and drive.
It's hard to avoid the devastating images coming out of Nepal. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has left more than 7,000 people dead and many buildings in ruins. But some local students are trying to do their part to help.
By now you probably know the story. The 8th seeded Chicago Wolves gave the Utica Comets all they could handle in the team's inaugural playoff series. But in the pivotal game game 5 Brendan Gaunce scored twice, including the eventual game winner. What you might not know is the 21 year old watched the previous two games from the bench.
Paul Bumbolo rejected the offer given to him by the District Attorney.
Too bad the news couldn't be better as we spring into May.
Brett Shedden of Planet Fitness shows five simple stretches you can do before working out.
Warming up for the weekend.
Comets and Wolves Take to the Ice
Live Coverage of Whiteout the Aud
Leaders met today to honor Law Day and the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.
May officially marks Mental Health Awareness Month and Kids Oneida is seeking to help those who suffer from these issues.
Bri Kiesel is honored, the first round of the NFL draft has played out, and RFA headed to Whitesboro for high school baseball action.
As the Comets approach Game 4 of the series against the Chicago Wolves the demand for gear is growing, leaving local businesses with bigger profits.
Attacks on corrections officers in New York State are at an all time high says the Vice President of the Corrections Union.
Tyson Foods has made it known they will cut human anti-biotics that are fed to chickens over health concerns.
Showers for Friday.
Mark Johnson is a truck driver, father and battling cancer. But despite coming up short many times, he won $1 million dollars from a well known sweepstakes.
Local law enforcement gained a little more protection on Thursday in Oneida County.
Our community is still reeling from Wednesday night's Utica Comet's overtime thriller. But the Comets won't be defined by just one big win. Many say the team has breathed life into our region.
Comets take home Wednesday nights win against the Chicago Wolves with a sea of 4,000 supporting fans
Highlights from game three between the Chicago Wolves and the Utica Comets.
For years the Mohawk Valley waited for its chance to welcome back another professional hockey team. Finally two years ago that wish was finally granted. The Utica Comets are just the next era in the history of our hockeytown.
Carl McCall the Chairman of the Board of Trustees at SUNY, and spoke about the recent events in Baltimore.
Highlights from our high school baseball games of the night. Plus members of the Utica Comets discuss what they need to do to break this 1-1 series tie.
Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente and County Comptroller Joseph Timpano, have received unanimous endorsement by the County Republican Committee.
We're in the midst of Severe Weather Awareness Week. Governor Andrew Cuomo proclaiming April 26th until May 2nd as a time for communities and local agencies to become educated about what to do in weather-related emergencies. It comes as shifting seasons create recipes for strong storms.
The Omni Outpatient Surgical Center will be built at the former Grossman's site on French Road in South Utica.
Highlights from the Proctor RFA high school baseball game, the Comets regain a key piece, and two local high schools are coming together for a good cause.
A tour of the MacKinnon mansion in Utica.
Warming up this week.
Thread Brothers and U-Wear Outfitters are making t-shirts to help fight against Type 1 Diabetes.
Hundreds gathered today for an afternoon of shopping at Turning Stone Resort and Casino
The Oneida County District Attorney's Office has made accused murderer Paul Bumbolo a plea offer. The terms have not been released.
The newest member of the Eyewitness News Broadcast Team. Mike comes to Utica after spending eight and a half years at WBUP, the ABC station in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
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.