Herkimer Man Charged With Concealment Of Human Corpse
A Herkimer man has been arrested in connection with the discovery of a body at a home on West Lake Avenue.
Brindisi: Congressional Action Weakens ADA
Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi was joined by disability advocates at the Resource Center for Independent Living today to speak out against a bill recently passed by Congress.
Three Killed, One Injured In Thruway Crash In Verona
Three people were killed in a one-vehicle, rollover crash on the Thruway in the Town of Verona on Wednesday morning.
Oneida County Youth Continue To Give Back To The Community
Oneida County officials are celebrating another successful year of the County Youth Bureau's Children Care Initiative.
State Police Investigating Drowning Incident In Old Forge
State Police are investigating the death of a 55-year old woman at the Water's Edge Inn on Route 28 in Old Forge.
Oneida County Sheriff's Look To Identify Larceny Suspect
The Oneida County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying a larceny suspect.
Vancouver Canucks Recall Richard Bachman From Utica Comets
Utica Comets goaltender Richard Bachman is headed to Vancouver.
Rome Man Charged With DWI Following Crash
A Rome man is facing several charges, including driving while intoxicated, after crashing an SUV in the Town of Whitestown.
Gas Price Trends Show Some Relief At The Pumps
Motorists are paying a little less at the pumps this week.
NBC's Andrea Mitchell To Moderate Event At Hamilton College
NBC News' chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell will moderate the discussion between two former national security advisors at Hamilton College.
Local Citizens Urge Tenney Protect Russia Investigation
Nearly 50 members of the group Indivisible Mohawk Valley rallied in front of Utica City Court on Monday, demanding that CongresswomanTeneny quit the #CoverUpCaucus.
Schumer Launches Push To Secure Funding For Utica College Project
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer was at Utica College to launch a push for federal funding to help build a state-of-the-art construction management training center.
Senators Encourage SUNY To Support State Based Manufacturers
Two state Senators are encouraging the State University of New York to do business with state-based manufacturers.
Cuomo Announces Smart Street Lighting Program
Governor Andrew Cuomo is unveiling Smart Street Lighting NY, a new program that calls for at least 500,000 street lights throughout the state to be replaced with energy-saving LED technology by 2025.
Utica Man Arrested On Drug Charges Following State Police Raid
A Utica man has been arrested on drug charges following the execution of a search warrant at 10 Johnson Park.
Court Win For Schneiderman In Lawsuit Against Charter-Spectrum
The state Supreme Court has rejected Charter-Spectrum's motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the company by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Salatino Announces Bid For 119th District Assembly Seat
Utica School Board President Chris Salatino will be running for the 119th District Assembly seat.
Summerfest Is Coming To Downtown Utica
Summerfest is coming to downtown Utica.
Oneida County Sheriff's Office To Host Community Coffee Events
The Oneida County Sheriff's Office will be hosting two "Sheriff's Community Coffee" events on Friday.
RCIL Again Offering Free Tax Preparation Service
Tax season is here and the Resource Center for Independent Living in Utica is once again offering free tax preparation services