Keeler Show Notes for Friday, September 8th, 2017
After an almost non-existent summer the leaves are already changing. For some this is terrible news but for others the fun has only begun.
A New York woman admits she forged her dead mother's name to continue receiving workers compensation benefits from the state.
A Utica man is facing drug charges following the execution of a search warrant at an apartment on Whitesboro Street.
A 51-year-old western New York woman has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of a World War I veteran more than three decades ago.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced more than $220 million in federal grants that will support counterterrorism and emergency preparedness activities in counties across New York State.
A House Republican House says he has no problem with President Donald Trump making a deal with Democratic leaders of Congress to arrange a short-term extension of the debt limit.
The man accused of stabbing an employee of the Rathskeller bar reportedly is, like the victim, a Binghamton University student.
A driver faces several charges after she was pursued by state police on Interstate 81 from Kirkwood to Great Bend.
A new poll finds support among New York voters for allowing Confederate statues and memorials to stay up.
Joining Sgt. Slaughter and Angelina Love at the 2017 Guy's Expo will be one of Syracuse Men's basketball's most famous alumni.
Shifting forecasts raised the threat to the Southeast from fierce Hurricane Irma and prompted emergency declarations in the Carolinas and coastal Georgia, including areas that haven't suffered a direct hit from a major hurricane in more than a century.
One of the NFL's most elite teams has one of its most, uh, bizarre logos.
Former Utica Councilman and current Council candidate Jim Zecca is calling for the removal of Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri from office.
A man is dead after his vehicle crashed and caught fire in upstate New York.
Utica Police are looking for the public's help in identifying a suspect in a forgery investigation.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wants the federal government to assist those affected by flash flooding in July in New York, including in Broome County.
Authorities say a 59-year-old woman has died after she was struck by a tractor her husband had restarted on their western New York farm.
The American Red Cross will be holding another volunteer boot camp training session on Saturday at SUNY Poly in Marcy.
State police say they're investigating the death of a 2-year-old boy who apparently drowned in a northern New York creek.