Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 25 - Show end
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 24. Post race party. Interviews.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 23. Post race party. Interviews.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 22. Post race party.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 21.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 20.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 19.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 18.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 17
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 16.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 15. Mayor Palmieri. Samantha Wessing from the course.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 14. Anthony Picente.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 13.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 12. Boilermaker 15K winner's finish!
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 11. Joe Kelly interviews Women's Wheelchair Race winner.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 10. 5K winner. Wheelchair Finish.
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 9
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 8
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 7
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 6
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 5
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 4
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 3
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 2
Boilermaker Eyewitness News Coverage Part 1
FROM THE EYEWITNESS NEWS ROOM: A BOILERMAKER ALERT – TODAY’S SCHEDULED RUNNING OF THE 2014 BOILRMAKER ROAD RACE WILL PROCEED AS PLANNED. THE POST-RACE PARTY WILL END AT 11:00. RACE OFFICIALS SAY WEATHER CONDITIONS APPEAR NON-THREATENING AT THIS TIME AND THE RACE WILL TAKE PLACE AS SCHEDULED. EYEWITTNESS NEWS EXTENSIVE LIVE COVERAGE BEGINS AT 7AM. JOIN THE ENTIRE EYEWITNESS NEWS TEAM FOR COVERAGE YOU CAN COUNT ON BEGINNING THIS MORNING AT 7AM.
It's uncertain whether the 37th running of the Boilermaker will be cancelled or go on as scheduled tomorrow morning. Possible thunderstorms threaten to cancel the annual race for the first time in its history. Boilermaker President Tim Reed said in an evening press conference that "rain is not the issue, but thunderstorms are." He said the canceling the race would be an "all or nothing" decision, with no rescheduling or postponing of the race. With more than 50,000 racers and spectators and little shelter along the course, a lightening and thunderstorm could pose a serious safety risk.
We'll tell you which Hollywood star is heading back to daytime. Plus much more in the Hollywood Nation report.
With all of the travelers heading toward Utica, Union Station is busy.
One of the most exciting parts of the expo are the bibs. Runners get the first piece of material that makes it all seem real.
Just two days before Boilermaker 2014 and we talked to some runners at the Boilermaker Expo.
It wouldn’t be Boilermaker weekend without the Expo kickoff. This year 70 vendors set up shop, the most in Boilermaker history. Runners and spectators say as much as they love race day, the Expo is always something they look forward to.
The thousands of people coming into Utica for Boilermaker weekend calls for a lot of final preparations.
National Grid sets up a post at Deerfield Fire Company for those still without power after this week's tornado.
Visitors Descend on Saranac Thursday for Boilermaker Weekend
Saranac Thursday Busy for Boilermaker Weekend
We're kicking off our Boilermaker Countdown Coverage at tonight's Saranac Thursday - one of the busiest Saranac Thursdays of the summer.
It has been a long 48 hours for the Madison County town of Smithfield which was hit by an EF2 tornado on Tuesday, claiming four lives. As the cleanup continues, Eyewitness News spoke with the Smithfield Town Supervisor who is now in charge of rebuilding and healing his community.
Hundreds of kids came out Thursday at Proctor Park to play in the youth Olympics. Its all an attempt to get kids interested in exercise and the Boilermaker.
The Boilermaker is much more than just a road race to the City of Utica and the entire Mohawk Valley. It is a center piece of the community, so much so there is a park dedicated to it.
As governor Cuomo comforted neighbors in Madison county, he couldn't help but think how many times he's done this, visit a community devastated by extreme weather.
Eyewitness News Reporter Ana Rivera talks to one Deerfield homeowner that recounts the tornado that swept right by his home.
One Deerfield family loses entire wall of their garage and today they say they're lucky to be alive.
As the countdown continues to Boilermaker Sunday, which is now just four days away, some are getting ready for Boilermaker Saturday. Babe's Macaroni Grill in Utica is serving up their annual pasta dinner which is free for all runners and the preparation of pasta began Wednesday.
A tornado ripped through the town of Smithfield in Central New York Tuesday night.
A confirmed tornado touched down in Deerfield Tuesday night, according to the National Weather Service, with 80 miles per hour winds. The tornado destroyed homes and left Deerfield residents devastated.
The village of Prospect is in full cleanup mode after the storm that ripped through Central New York Tuesday.
Moving further east into Oneida County - the city of Rome was hit hard, too. Downed power lines, trees split in half and many families still without power right now.
Assemblyman Brindisi talks to Eyewitness News about the Nano in Your Neighborhood forum for the people of Utica.
The severe storm that ripped through Central New York Tuesday left a lot of storm damage in its wake.
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