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Marcy Man Arrested After Domestic Dispute, Hitting Trooper

A New York State Trooper was injured on Wednesday while investigating a domestic incident in Marcy.

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Photo Courtesy Leadership Mohawk Valley
Photo Courtesy Leadership Mohawk Valley
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Leadership Mohawk Valley Celebrates 25 Years With ‘LMV Serves’

Leadership Mohawk Valley is celebrating their 25th anniversary by launching 'LMV Serves,' an initiative where members will  pledge of 2,500 hours of community service from now until the end of June 2015.

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photo of Saranac Disruption (Jeff Monaski, WIBX)
photo of Saranac Disruption (Jeff Monaski, WIBX)
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Saranac Debuts New Nitro Beer: Disruption

The F.X Matt Brewing Company has a new product just out, a Nitro Beer called Disruption.

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Utica Police
Utica Police
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Utica Police Investigating Case Of Animal Abuse

Utica Police are looking for the public's help in identify the owner of a dog that was found severely injured in the yard of a home in the Cornhill area.

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Slaven Vlasic, Getty Images
Slaven Vlasic, Getty Images
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Cuomo Announces 2014 Regional Economic Development Awards

Today, Governor Andrew Cuomo is attending the 2014 Regional Economic Development Council Awards in Albany.

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Kristibe Bellino, WIBX
Kristibe Bellino, WIBX
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Accident Closes Part Of Route 31 In Vernona [UPDATE]

A portion of Route 31 is closed following an accident near VVS High School.

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Keeler Show Notes for Thursday, December 11th, 2014

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

On today’s show Gallagher is back in studio. We will also talk with Wesley Jackson who feels he was forced to resign from the UPD based on his race. We will also talk with Rome native Tom Sestito who is currently playing with the Utica Comets.

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Andrew Derminio
Andrew Derminio
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Derek Jeter Hits A Home Run At Hamilton [PHOTOS & VIDEO]

The winter weather did not stop the massive crowd of devoted fans from packing the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House at Hamilton College to see one of the greatest players to ever wear pinstripes, Derek Jeter, speak about his life and his legendary career.

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Luke Tubia, WIBX, TownSquare Media
Luke Tubia, WIBX, TownSquare Media
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Utica DPW Working Around The Clock To Stay Ahead Of The Snow

Utica's Department of Public Works is going to busy the next few days with the latest round of snow falling on Central New York.

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[AUDIO] Utica Common Council Looks To Keep 2015 Budget Under 2%

The Utica Common Council Finance Committee is introducing a motion to vote against overriding the state mandated 2% Property Tax Cap law.

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