The art institute held a holiday hangover party Friday.
A lot of shoppers and people returning gift filled the Sangertown Mall Friday.
A rundown of the NBA games on Christmas day.
If you love your job do you every work a day in your life?
Although almost every business closes up shop for Christmas, there is one place that's doors are wide open. The movie theater was bustling with people Thursday night taking a break from their holiday celebrations to catch a flick.
Christmas Eve is always a day of last minute shopping and this year, the procrastinators came out in full force.
SUNY Polytechnic Institute donated toys to local refugees.
The Sangertown Square Mall was packed with people Wednesday as shoppers tried to pick up last minute gifts.
Anthony Dorantes surprised his family by coming home three months early from Afghanistan.
For many players on the New York Mills basketball team playing as a Marauder is a dream come true.
'Tis the season for celebration and with celebration often times comes alcohol. For one local family-owned liquor store, Christmas Eve is always one of the busiest days of the year.
It's Christmas Eve 2014 and many turn to family and faith to celebrate. For one church family that faith survived a major church fire. Many spend their Christmas Eve in church services. It's a part of many family traditions. And for one church in Little Falls they're no different. But this year they weren't sure it would happen.
The Raiders travel to Whitesboro to take on the Warriors.
Selecting the AHL All-Star Coaches
Checking in with the Notre Dame basketball team and what it means to wear the jersey.
After a groundswell of support and strong words from President Obama, Sony is now releasing "The Interview" in a limited number of theaters just one week after saying it was cancelling the release.
The New York State Department of Transportation is installing new LED light poles that will light up a part of the North-South Arterial Highway.
A new law in New York State will allow local charities to receive counterfeit clothes and items for the needy.
The rescue mission is busy getting prepared for Christmas dinner where they will serve over 800 meals.
There are mixed emotions by people in the Mohawk Valley over the coming green Christmas.
The “Happy Birthday Jesus" sign outside a Utica Fire station received even more attention on Tuesday. This time it was the site of a "Festivus" celebration, a fictional holiday made popular by the television show Seinfeld.
The Utica man accused of impersonating a police officer appearing in court on Tuesday.
More rain moves in tonight.
A former Rome police officer will spend six months in jail for sexually assaulting his 17-year-old babysitter.
It's the season of giving - but oftentimes we get caught up in our own busy and stressful lives. One community is taking time to care at a time when one person needs that care the most. His name is Pat. And he is living proof that sometimes it takes a tragedy to force us to slow down and remember what's important.
Herkimer College Women's Soccer Coach Ryan Brooks-Newton has been named the NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year.
The Eskimos of Webb travel to Herkimer to take on the Magicians.
There are now two Planet Fitness locations in Utica.
The Mohawk Valley Health System held a holiday blood drive Monday.
Christmas tree farms are a little picked over with only a few trees left. No matter, some people are taking this week of Christmas to get a Christmas tree.
Will Christmas be white?
Checking in with the Notre Dame Jugglers and how they are constantly looking forwards.
During the holidays there's nothing more magical than watching kids get excited but it's even more powerful when those kids have experienced some type of struggle.
Some veterans in our area receiving an early Christmas gift on Monday.
On Monday, New York City continues to mourn the loss of the two officers. But those feelings aren't confined to the city. Here at home officers feeling the effects as well.
First a hack on Sony pictures followed by threats against U.S. theaters choosing to play the interview, this massive internet heist has sparked fears of terrorism and a debate over censorship.
Jeter Rumored to Have Bought House in CNY
Cold this weekend.
The FBI officially confirming on Friday that North Korea was behind the hack into Sony Motion Pictures--all in response to a movie called The Interview.
The student council at the Central Valley Academy is giving back this holiday season to a group of people that they say are often forgotten.
Here on Eyewitness News we've followed the Stewart’s saga in west and east Utica from the beginning. On Friday, one side of it is finally settled. West Utica welcoming the first ever Stewart’s to the city--and for many they couldn't be happier.
What started out as an Amber Alert has ended as a homicide investigation. Police found five-year-old Kenneth White dead near his home about ten miles south of Albany.
AHL name Bill Guerin and Eric Weinrich as the honorary captains for the 2015 All-Star Game.
Central New Yorkers often pride themselves on having some of the best food around and now one local man is highlighting restaurants around the Mohawk Valley in his new online show.
What being a captain means for the Whitesboro Women's Basketball team
Assemblyman Brindisi wants people sick of higher gas prices to sign his petition in support of his bill to lower gas prices.
Kids around the area will be able to open up presents this holiday season thanks to a local car dealership.
During the holidays we spend a lot of time caring for those less fortunate. But what about the pets in need in our community? This holiday season dozens of pets who call animal shelters home - won't spoiled by loving owners like many pets are this time of year.
Casinos in our area could see a major hit from a state decision that will bring more casinos to the region.
The United Way and Herb Phillipson's teamed together to give out coats to local kids.
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