NYSP Sting: 10 Men, 3 Active Military Soldiers For Targeting Minors for Sex
An operation targeting adults attempting to exploit children online has resulted in the arrest of ten men, including three active military soldiers in Jefferson County.
Norwich City School Staff Find Scorpion In Bananas
A creepy, crawly creature is believed to have hitched a ride from Central America all the way to an Upstate New York school cafeteria.
Madison County Man Dies in 1 Vehicle Crash, Police Say
Police said speed and alcohol were not factors in the accident.
CNY Farmer Predicts Bread Prices Will Soon Increase Across US
"Do I think we're going to hungry in the country? No. But...all the selection you normally see in the grocery store isn't going to be there."
Colgate’s Raiders Ready For Return Trip to NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament
Meet the team heading to NCAA Tournament for the third time in the last four seasons.
Rush Limbaugh Has Died
Talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh has lost his battle with lung cancer. 'America's Anchorman' passed on Wednesday morning, according to his wife Kathryn who read a statement on his death at the opening of his daily three-hour radio show on Wednesday...
Brindisi Ready to ‘Close the Books’ on 2020 Election
In an election race that dragged on for three months in court, former congressman Anthony Brindisi says it's time to move forward and is congratulating Claudia Tenney.
NY-22 Update: Tenney Leads, By How Much Is Unclear
There's been an update to the vote count in the still undecided 22nd Congressional District, but what the count actually is, after another day in court, seems unclear.
Brindisi: Spectrum Seeks Data Caps In Effort To Charge Customers More
Congressman Anthony Brindisi is blowing the whistle on what he says is an attempt by Spectrum (Charter Communications) to limit data use by customers and charge for overages.
NY Assembly ‘Confirms’ Right to Record Police
While it is already a well established First Amendment right, the New York State Assembly passed a bill Monday confirming the ability of members of the public to legally record police officers on the job.