Tense meetings happening throughout Otsego County this week.
One local business is standing behind the memory of an employee's family member, raising $10,000 a year toward cancer research.
Comets Wolves preview and highlights and a nod to a group of local athletes who were honored with All-State honors.
Warming up for the weekend.
A meeting was held at City Hall in Oneonta to discuss the recent events regarding the evaluation of the City Manager.
Comets highlights plus the Whitesboro Clinton high school lacrosse game.
There's no denying the Mohawk Valley's rich history. But as the years go by, it's easy to forget about our past-- but the Oneida County Historical Society is doing its best to preserve it.
Several officers were recognized on Thursday for their outstanding efforts in the Stop DWI program.
Recruit NY kicked off on Thursday at the Maynard Fire Department in Marcy.
A local toddler is receiving medical care in Syracuse on Thursday after seemingly wandering outside into the cold this morning.
Snow continues into tonight.
The Oneida-Lewis Milk Cooperative is in need for a new buyer after a major contract pulls out.
The Utica City School District faces charges of excluding refugee youth and segregating them into alternative programs.
Law Enforcement and County Executive Anthony Picente announcing the Week of April 27th Teen Education Safety Week.
The Utica Fire Department is continuing to investigate how a building caught fire in Harbor Point this morning.
ACR has grown exponentially over the past few years, and by doing so, they need a bigger space to grow.
Comets Wolves final and it was signing day for two Whitesboro high school athletes.
Happy Earth Day everyone! While many spent the day recycling or planting trees - some local artists went on a treasure hunt--sifting through mounds of discarded items at Empire Recycling.
The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce honoring some very important business leaders in our area on Wednesday.
Over the past few of weeks, the Utica Police Department has made a number of arrests on shots fired calls. Closing in on suspects involved in shootings - has long been a difficult task for local law enforcement.
Wintry mix possible tonight.
The Mohawk Valley has a rich history- and evidence of that is not just found on the surface but deep beneath our feet.
Islanders Capitals highlights plus the NFL has released the 2015 schedule.
The Rome Police Department opened a safe spot for online transactions after several incidents have already occurred this year.
Allen Calogero, owner of the Fitness Mill, breaks down the first of many exercises to for an entire body workout.
Tuesday night is opening night for "Anything Goes" at the Stanley Theater. But instead of resting up--the cast spent time at Proctor High School with a group of theater hopefuls.
Cool for the rest of the week.
Law enforcement is fighting an increased use of a drug called synthetic marijuana in Central New York.
Linda Sullivan-Fatata is running for Utica Mayor. She has strong concerns with how current financial workings will hinder the future generations of Uticans.
An argument between two Utica woman resulted in felony charges.
Find out why Notre Dame head basketball coach, Mike Durr, is stepping away after 21 years.
Full interview Comets Head Coach Travis Green as he talks about their playoff preparations.
Comets post season breakdown and a look at why long time coach Mike Durr decided to step down
Eyewitness News Welcomes Mike Hoey
Cool again tomorrow.
Last week we had sunny weather and warm temperatures. On Monday, quite the opposite.
The New York City man responsible for the shooting at a downtown Utica bar last fall entered a guilty plea in Oneida County Court Monday morning.
Senator James Seward announces the Glimmerglass Festival will receive funding from the State Budget for a multi-year project.
Utica Comets try to stay atop the Western Conference plus highlights from the 7th annual Bowl-A-Thon to benefit the House of the Good Shepard
Utica College students standing in solidarity; walking for a cure for cancer.
Sun returns for the weekend.
Authorities confirmed Friday morning that a teacher from the Town of Webb School District died while hiking in Old Forge.
A above ground pipeline is running on Genesee Street. The pipes are to repair a sewer line, and to avoid digging under ground.
We have the Sitrin Wheelchair basketball game plus Brianna Kiesel is headed to the WNBA.
Tiny's Bar and Grill has been a part of the city for nearly a century and Thursday the community came out to celebrate not only the restaurant, but it's owner.
Oneida County kicked off Child Abuse Awareness Month on Thursday at the county office building.
Sitrin's Celebrity Wheelchair Basketball Game will no doubt be full of laughs and fun. But when it comes down to it--this is all for a good cause. A cause that gives many in our area a better quality of life.
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.
The newest member of the Eyewitness News Broadcast Team. Mike comes to Utica after spending eight and a half years at WBUP, the ABC station in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Mary Wilson is native of southern Vermont. She has lived and studied in Central New York, and has a Broadcast Journalism degree from Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Rachael is from York, NY, a small town just south of Rochester. Lake effect snow is what got her interested in weather, so she is excited to be back in an area that lives and breathes winter!
Austin joined the Eyewitness News Team as the station's Sports Director in October of 2014. The position is a dream come true for the New Hampshire native who picked up a baseball before he could even walk.
Ana Rivera joined the Eyewitness News Team in January 2014. She is from southern Delaware but she calls Central New York her second home.
Marc is a locally based journalist. Originally from Dryden, NY, Marc moved to Richfield Springs as a teenager. He attended Richfield Springs Central School, where he played Varsity Soccer, Basketball and ran track.
Rachel is an Investigative Reporter for WSYR and Contributing Reporter for WUTR.
Jeff Kulikowsky feels right at home covering news in Central New York, growing up in Homer and graduating from Ithaca College.
Sal is a Sports Reporter for WSYR and Contributing Sports Reporter for WUTR.
Steve is NewsChannel 9’s Sports Director, leading our coverage of Syracuse University Athletics, the award-winning Friday Night Fever, and everything in between.