The sticks are polished, the jerseys are pressed and after a weekend of partying, Clinton is nearly ready to embrace its title of Hockeyville USA. But, there are still a few last minute touhes that need to be done before the puck hits the ice. Eyewitness News reporter Marlee Tuskes brings us a closer look.
It's the last day of summer and we are already starting to see the warm weather go away but those hoping to hit the water one last time, you might want to check the alerts first, Eye Witness News Reporter Jenn Seelig shows us why...
Concerns of possible severe weather Friday night has resulted in several high schools to move up the scheduled start times for football games. A strong cold front is expected to move across the region Friday night. As it does, it could trigger strong storms with lightning, thunder, damaging wind gusts and brief heavy rain.
HERKIMER N.Y. -- (WUTR) During a natural disaster-- when the power is out and the phone towers are down, how can first responders communicate? By using ham radios! Fort Herkimer Radio Association is teaching entry level technician licensing classes. Classes are every Tuesday until December 11th, and it's not to late to sign up. Contact Don Peterson firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.