Utica College students standing in solidarity; walking for a cure for cancer.
Sun returns for the weekend.
We have the Sitrin Wheelchair basketball game plus Brianna Kiesel is headed to the WNBA.
Oneida County kicked off Child Abuse Awareness Month on Thursday at the county office building.
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.
Comets and Pioneers both had a go and we have the highlights to see what happened.
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.
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.
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.
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
Utica Comets and round two of the Masters dominate the sports block.
Weekend: Starts Cool, Ends Nicely
A Utica Zoo Keeper is heading to California to help baby sea lions back to health.
It's round one of the Masters plus the Utica Comets get back a familiar face.
The YWCA honored six outstanding women on Thursday during its biggest fundraiser of the year.
Rachel is an Investigative Reporter for WSYR and Contributing Reporter for WUTR.
Sal is a Sports Reporter for WSYR and Contributing Sports Reporter for WUTR.