Shots Fired In Utica, Man Injured [UPDATE]
Police are still investigating a shots fired incident in the City of Utica.
Natura Pet Products Issues Pet Food Recall After Salmonella Found
Five brands of cat and dog food, along with treats, are being recalled because of salmonella.
A.G. Schneiderman Warms Donors To Be Careful When Donating To Boston Victims
In the wake of last week's Boston Marathon bombing, people are rushing to donate money to victims and their families.
518 Acre State Forest In Forestport Gets A New Name
The 518-acre state forest in Forestport has a new name.
NY Department of Transportation Wants Drivers To Be Safe In Work Zones
The New York State Department of Transportation wants drivers to be aware when they see vehicles with red or amber lights parked on the side of the road.
Williamstown Man Arrested For Rape
A Williamstown man is under arrest after allegedly committing a sexual assault nearly seven years ago.
Tenney Calls For Volunteers For Annual “I Love My Park Day”
In honor of Earth Day, Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney is encouraging residents to get out and clean up the state's parks and historic sites.
Oneida County District Attorney’s Office Introduces New Community Liaison
The Oneida County District Attorney's Office has a new Community Liaison.
NL East Preview For The Week Of April 22-28
Once again, the week has proven to be a topsy-turvy endeavor for all five teams, including a remarkable three loss streak for Atlanta, a rousing first season of the “John Buck Show” in New York, and, once again, a resoundingly inept performance for the Miami Marlins.
Second Boston Bombing Suspect Taken Into Custody Alive
The terror gripping the city of Boston, and the country as a whole, has come to an end.