Rain chances stick around for Tuesday.
The Betsy concert series is coming to a close with Irish music and fireworks.
Weekend rain chances and your back to school forecast.
Eyewitness News checks in with Swifty's as they prepare for one of their busiest seasons.
Wet weather is ahead for the holiday weekend.
The Utica Police Department got a sixty thousand dollar grant for Police body cameras.
After a full summer of work area youth reflect on things they've learned.
Muggy conditions arrive in the Mohawk Valley.
Rome City School District announcing a new program on Tuesday to increase graduation rates.
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.
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.