Police in upstate New York say a baby has a fractured skull after the boy fell from a second-floor opening at a dilapidated home.
Investigators are trying to determine what caused a fire that destroyed a large section of a northern New York motel in the heart of a popular Thousand Islands tourist destination.
Thursday, September 14th, 2017
The possibility of New Hartford closing its Toys R' Us store has become real. The company has started the process of exploring the option of filing for bankruptcy.
A sheriff's deputy in western New York has delivered his own son in the back seat of the family vehicle after his wife went into labor while they were driving to a hospital.
As Hurricane Irma buzz-sawed its way up Florida's Gulf Coast, it looked for several hours like the heavily populated Tampa Bay area could face catastrophic wind damage and flooding from the first major storm to roar ashore there in 96 years.
A new graduate school that backers hope will boost New York's status as a center of high-tech innovation is opening.
11 students from Holland Patent School District were treated after being exposed to fumes on an Oneida BOCES school bus on Wednesday morning.
A bust of Christopher Columbus at the Broome County Courthouse in Binghamton was defaced with red paint.
Senator James Seward says this year's state budget includes $250,000 to protect New York farmers through the continuation of the New York Rollover Protection System Rebate Program.
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The price tag for an improvement project at the Rochester airport has increased by $25 million.
The Guy’s Expo coming up this Saturday September 16th from Noon-5pm at The F.X. Matt Brewery in downtown Utica will give you the chance to meet and greet with wrestling legend Sgt Slaughter.
We're not playing around here.
A Brockport elementary school teacher has been named New York state's teacher of the year.
Charles Oakley says Knicks owner embarrassed him on live TV.
Before we get into the New York Mets specifically, it's interesting to note that for the first time since the late 60's, all 30 MLB teams will start the season on the same day. And, the opener will come in March.
The Stanley Theater will be hosting a "Roast and Toast" for outgoing Boilermaket President Tim Reed on Thursday, October 12th at 6:00.
A Florida nun is pitching in on the cleanup efforts following Hurricane Irma by taking a chain saw to downed trees while dressed in her full habit.