A Little Falls woman is behind bars following an investigation into a suspicious house fire. State Police discovered that a blaze on Burt Road in Little Falls was caused by alleged arson.
State officials are reminding boaters to observe the 5 mph speed limit while cruising within 600 feet of shore along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.
A hearing is scheduled to resume Monday on whether a one-time candidate for New York governor who publicly insulted former President Barack Obama and his wife should be ousted from the Buffalo school board.
Police in Albany say a 47-year-old man who was stabbed on a city street over the weekend has died from his injuries.
A historic covered bridge near New York's Catskill Mountains has received a $2.6 million makeover.
The state Department of Health is boosting New York's medical marijuana program to meet growing demand.
Long-time area firefighter, Richard Casey, will be honored during a memorial service June 28 following his passing on June 22.
The search continues in Rochester for a suspect in the wounding of a police officer over the weekend.
Governor Cuomo has signed legislation that allows wine-infused ice cream to be sold in smaller containers.
Downtown Utica is once again inviting you to explore the art, history, music and health that the city has to offer at the One World Flower Festival
The City of Rome has dedicated a parking space in the City Hall parking lot to the Wounded Warriors.
Before the Supreme Court justices begin their long summer break, they're poised to act on the Trump administration's travel ban and a separation of church and state dispute involving a Missouri church playground.
The 200th anniversary of the Erie Canal's groundbreaking will be marked next month with a musical celebration along the waterway.
Authorities say they're searching for two teenagers who disappeared in rough waters after diving off a cliff on the eastern end of Lake Ontario.
A trial is set to get underway in Rochester for a woman, her boyfriend and her two sons who are charged with killing the woman's estranged husband last summer.
The latest cock fighting cases in which over 40 people were arrested in Frankfort have people talking about the blood sport which is illegal in the United States. Meanwhile, Tony Colon, co-founder and first vice president of the Mohawk Valley Latino Association, says that the sport is cultural...
The defense attorney in the Kaitlyn Conley murder trail, which ended in a hung jury, spoke to WIBX on Monday and called his client absolutely innocent. Attorney Christopher Pelli said he completely believes Conley is not-guilty and pointed blame at the victim's husband, William Yoder.
CNN Washington correspondent and former Mohawk Valley reporter Ryan Nobles is on Keeler every Wednesday. This week the talk was all about the future of the Democrats and the odds the President's health care reform passes.