Syracuse Zoo’s Female Lion, Last Of Triplets, Dies At 18
A female African lion that lived most of her nearly 18 years at an upstate New York zoo has died.
Fort Ticonderoga Gets State Grant To Restore Historic House
Fort Ticonderoga has been awarded a nearly $2.5 million state grant to restore a historic structure that's considered one of the nation's first summer homes.
NY School Bus Drivers Can Respond To Allergy Attacks
A new law in New York state allows school bus drivers to administer EpiPens and similar devices in an emergency.
Doc’s Former Bookkeeper Gets 2 To 6 Years For Stealing $500K
A bookkeeper who stole a half-million dollars from the doctor's office where she worked has been sentenced to two to six years in prison.
People Still Sleeping At Airport After Blackout
Two days after a power loss grounded flights at Atlanta's airport over the weekend, passengers are still sleeping in the atrium area at the world's busiest airport.
Bus Driver Accused Of Driving Drunk With Students On Board
Officials in upstate New York have suspended a bus driver who was accused of drinking while driving students.
Audi Recalls Over 52,000 Cars; Fuel Lines Can Leak
Audi is recalling more than 52,000 luxury cars in the U.S. and Canada to fix fuel lines that can leak and increase the risk of a fire.
3 Children Injured In 3-Vehicle Crash On Syracuse Street
Authorities say three children have suffered serious injured in a three-vehicle collision on a Syracuse street.
1 Ice Fisherman Dies, 1 Recovering After Falling Into Lake
Authorities say a 26-year-old man has died and a second man is recovering after they plunged through ice while fishing on an Adirondack pond.
Man Pleads Guilty To Killing Motorcyclist, Injuring 3 Others
A western New York man has pleaded guilty to causing the death of a motorcyclist and injuring three others in a crash last summer.