Two people are dead on Tuesday night after a motorcycle and car collision in Boonville. The wreck left the car involved engulfed in flames. And neither operator of the vehicles survived the accident.
It's a boy... Or a girl. Either way, infants get weighed soon after birth - and many times during the first two week of their lives.
Rome City School District announcing a new program on Tuesday to increase graduation rates.
The driver of a car and a motorcyclist are both death after they collided at the intersection of Route 12 and Kerwin Road.
Those who travel on the Arterial between Noyes and Sunset Ave. should expect delays tomorrow. Beginning at 6 a.m. until 4 p.m. Noyes street between Route 12 South and Sunset Ave. will be closed due to construction. Detours are in place and drivers are reminded to allow extra time for their commutes.
The two-year-old girl reported missing by her grandfather - who lives in Arizona has been located safe and sound. The Oneida County Sheriff's Department says 2-year-old Isabella-Rose Aubain-Campos was found in the area yesterday. She was evaluated at the Child Advocacy Center in Utica and is in good health. No other details about who had her when she was missing or whose custody she's in now have not been released.
Old Main is a national historical monument and it holds a lot of local history.
The State Fair is known for its unique food options and they can definitely put a dent in your diet but they don't have to put a hole in your wallet! Here’s some cheap food finds at the Fair.
Cloudy and cooler tomorrow.
Old Main Lunatic Asylum was home to violent mentally ill people, but it was also home to practices that would be considered torture in this day and age.
More than 3,000 people from across the area lined up Monday evening for the chance to step inside the former Utica Lunatic Asylum. The turnout far exceeded expectations and although thousands got their tour, many were turned away.
The fall semester at SUNY Oneonta begins on Monday and a new academic building is now officially open.
The unofficial end of summer is week from Monday but for some college students, Monday is their last day to soak up the sun.
For just three hours on Monday night, hundreds of people gathered to see the historic landmark. A line wrapped around the huge building of people waiting to get a peek inside. People came for a number of reasons--some hoped to experience spooky happenings while others were just curious about the history of the building.
Today a tractor trailer accident causing wide-spread power outages for some living in Utica. A tractor trailer taking out five utility poles on Lincoln street - because it's clearance was too high for the area. Power was shut off in the area as crews worked to clear out wires and broken poles and maintain safety. That brought some people out to the streets to see what happened. The power is expected to remain off for around 24 hours.
Emergency crews responding to a two-vehicle crash involving a car and tractor along Route 840 in New Hartford today. Police say it happened around 8 a.m. when a car rear-ended a farm tractor pulling a seed-spreader, causing it to overturn. 71-year-old Thomas Brown of Clayville was behind the wheel of the tractor. He taken to the hospital with a skull fracture and internal injuries - and later air-lifted to Buffalo for further treatment. The driver of the car, 23-year-old Abigail Thompkins of Utica was released shortly after being hospitalized. The west-bound lane was shut down for 4 hours - and New Hartford Police are asking anyone who may have witnessed the accident to come forward.
The former Utica Psychiatric Center opened in 1843 and closed its doors in 1978 but on Monday the doors were reopened to the public and tours were given. It was chance for the community to see for themselves one of the most historic buildings not only in Utica but in New York State.
Dry and warm to start the work week.
A fatal crash took the lives of two men Monday morning in Rome.
A mural will soon engulf a wall in the Cornhill neighborhood of Utica and its all in the hopes of bringing the community together.
An annual church bazaar opening up today at 4 p-m. The Lady of Lourdes Church along with Notre Dame Elementary School is hosting the bazaar all weekend. There you'll find craft and food vendors, rides, as well as live music by Tony's Polka Band and more. The event raises money for both the church and school. The bazaar is at the Genesee Street church and continues tonight until 11 o'clock, ending Sunday at 4 pm.
It's move-in season for many area colleges and today Utica College welcomed the class of 20-18. Close to five-hundred new students spent day the unloading cars and unpacking bins.
Friday marks law enforcement appreciation day at the NYS Fair.
Sun finally returns this weekend.
This years Boilermaker pasta dinner raised big bucks for the United Way and part of that is because of twelve year old Chris Cooley.
Homes on East German st. in Herkimer could be in danger of falling into the West Canada Creek if the town of Herkimer doesn't fix the road outside of the homes.
The Great New York State Fair is open for business kicking off with a special guest plus it's move-in day at Utica College and the Utica Comets are looking for their next Comettes dance team. Eyewitness News this Morning brings you your news updates every half hour.
When the fire alarm at Joseph Palmeri's work went off his guide dog Harley knew exactly what to do. “It was a lot of people in front of me and he kept lookin to the left to get me past these people, he couldn’t wait to get me out the door and once we got out the door he ran from the door fast as he can to get me away from the building, so it drastically helps me out a lot," said Joseph.
Even though it rained Thursday at the state fair there is still stuff to do for everyone.
The 2014 State Fair Butter Sculpture was unveiled on Wednesday. 800 pounds of butter were used to create the sculpture, which is dedicated to raising awareness about milk being given to local food banks.
The Mohawk Valley deals with severe winter weather every year. Summer is our time to relax and enjoy the sunshine but this summer was different. A tornado left Deerfield picking up the pieces and nearly two months later they're remembering and rebuilding.
A lighting strike caused a power outage at the opening day of this years New York State fair.
The Stewart's Shops saga continues. The Utica Planning Board gave the West Utica location the green light but across town, the East Utica location is on hold pending a traffic study.
It is a day many have been looking forward to. The day they report to college and move-in. And that just what is was on Wednesday freshman at Syracuse University.
Whitesboro PD accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
On Wednesday, one lucky family will be saying welcome home to their soldier. The Grimaldi's of Utica are used to saying goodbye to their father but on Wednesday they get to welcome him home.
West Utica got final approval for their location on Court and State streets, but East Utica is in a holding pattern after only getting preliminary approval.
It's a story of loss and loss of hope in the Village of Ilion. The recent layoffs at gun-maker Remington Arms. The news came Monday that 105 workers would be out of work with two gun production lines moving to Remington's plant in Alabama. It's an issue many are outspoken about and more than a few have taken to social media to let their voices be heard.
The micro-brewing industry has a bright future and two Upstate New Yorkers are capitalizing on the craft brewery boom. The two men behind the Fulton Chain Craft Brewery Company have a vision of bringing a nano-brewery and tasting room to the Old Forge region of the Adirondacks.
Michael Leach appearing in Herkimer County Court yesterday for sentencing. He faces five years probation with the first six months being served in Herkimer County Jail. Utica residents taking to the streets again tonight for a march to support community partnership. Both proposed Stewart's shops will move to the Utica planning board meeting tonight. Remington Arms making over 100 job cuts at its manufacturing site in Ilion, the Rome Rescue Mission is holding a school supply drive and your Wednesday forecast is looking a little wet this evening. Eyewitness News brings you your morning news and weather updates every half hour stating at 7:26 on WUTR.
After the Remington announced 105 lay-offs at the Ilion plant, you took to social media. Here's what you had to say.
Hamilton college freshman got to see what Utica is all about today.
A back-to-school drive happening on Tuesday at the Rome Rescue Mission. The new school year is fast- approaching, and that means new pencils, back-packs and more.
A house fire broke out in the village of Mohawk this afternoon. Around 2 p.m. a Michigan street home caught fire.
More than 100 Remington Arms employees learning that in less than a week, they will be out of work. That in the latest round of lay-offs at the Ilion gun-maker.
Some Rome residents were happy to attend a pizza party on Tuesday. Little Caesar's and the Rome Rescue Mission teamed up to provide pizza to the members.
You may be seeing more and more homes in the Mohawk Valley with solar panels on the roof, but how much are those panels actually helping the homeowners?
The former Rochester cop who shot and killed his son in Old Forge two years ago was sentenced Tuesday in Herkimer County Court. Michael Leach faces five years probation, the first six months of which he will serve in Herkimer County Jail.
Graffiti is never welcomed in Utica but local artists were encouraged to take part in a special new mural on Monday.
Over 100 Ilion Remington Arms workers learned Monday afternoon that they are now unemployed. The news comes after an announcement in May that the gun manufacturing company was consolidating some of its plants to a new plant in Alabama. Community members say although the announcement was somewhat expected the news is still devastating.
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