An anti-racism panel denounced the U.S. response to "horrific events" in Charlottesville, Va. It did not mention President Trump by name, but referred to "failure at the highest political level."
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Authorities say a handgun a 9-year-old Syracuse boy used to kill his younger brother was stolen from a city firefighter who was later fired for his link to a fatal hit-and-run accident.
The world's largest retailer will hawk its products on Google Express for the first time in a play to get a bigger chunk of the growing voice-enabled shopping market currently dominated by Amazon.
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David Wright isn't giving up on baseball.
The New York State Fair is buttering up the New York State Police — literally — in the dairy products display.
The strike was reportedly one of a number in and around Sanaa. Houthi rebels blamed the Saudi-led coalition backing the internationally recognized government of exiled leader Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi.
State police say a 2-year-old boy has been killed in a one-car accident on Interstate 81 in northern New York.
First News with Keeler in the Morning is giving listeners the chance to share their Powerball ticket winnings Wednesday night; that is, if there are any! .
WIBX 950, WUTR in partnership with Broadway Utica introduce “From the Phantom to Love Never Dies” contest.
Authorities say a western New York man was drunk when he drove his boat into a Lake Ontario pier, injuring two passengers in the vessel.
The Oneida County Sheriff's Office is adding to the list of charges for an alleged burglar. 28-year-old Louis Cosimeno of Ilion was brought into the correctional facility on burglary charges when a deputy noticed something in his shorts. Cosimeno was brought into a changing room to get out of his street clothes and became combative. A struggle ensued and Cosimeno struck an officer in the face. After being subdued several suboxone strips were discovered in Cosimeno's mouth.
Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin, the three-star commander of the U.S. 7th Fleet in Yokosuka, Japan, will be relieved of command on Wednesday after four accidents involving Navy ships, reports say.
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