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Jefferson County teen missing again

BROWNVILLE, N.Y. (WWTI) — A Jefferson County teen has again been reported missing. According to New York State Police, 15-year-old Karli N. Crosby has been missing since Saturday, July 2 and was last seen in the town of Brownville. Karli is believed to be in the Syracuse area. This...
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14-year-old dies after bike crash Tuesday

DEXTER, New York (WWNY) - Police confirm the 14-year-old boy that collided with a pickup truck and trailer last week has died. Police say 14-year-old Caleb Weygandt was riding his bike on Liberty Street in Dexter last Tuesday when he ran into the path of a truck and trailer at the intersection of Liberty and Lakeview Drive.
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Private Island For Sale In NY! Was This A Former Smugglers Island?

The Thousand Islands territory of New York State has a rich history of urban legend and confirmed stories of being a haven for pirates and smugglers. Being so close to Canada "Rum Runners", as they were called, would bring Prohibition-Era alcohol from Canada and hide it throughout the islands before distributing to New Yorkers and beyond.

8 sent to the hospital in Town of Ellisburg crash

TOWN OF ELLISBURG, New York (WWNY) - Eight people were sent to the hospital after a two-car crash in the Town of Ellisburg. Crews were called to State Route 3 near Southwick Beach State Park around 2:30 PM. Police say a car was going through an intersection when it failed...

Have a Meal With Spirits! Ghost Haunts Upstate New York Restaurant

An Upstate New York restaurant has more than spirits for your glass. There's a ghost hanging out with the customers for a haunting dining experience. The owner of Telly's Inn in Cape Vincent, New York Fran Letizia, and his wife Jenny have always believed the restaurant was home to a ghost. "I’ve had multiple people see her and sense her," said Jenny.

The Rock Closet finds new home

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - It was set to close Friday unless it found a new home - and a new home has been located. The Rock Closet, operating on State Street in Watertown, is a place to go when people need free clothing. A few weeks ago, those who...

Blast From the Past: 2002 goose drive

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - This week on Blast From the Past, we go back to July 2002 for a goose drive. Watch the story by then reporter John Friot on Friday on 7 News this Evening at 6 p.m.

Watertown Farm & Craft Market: Keith Young Engraving

ABC50 and the Watertown Farm & Craft Market are highlighting vendors at the local market through the summer season. Check out Keith Young Engraving and visit the Watertown Farm & Craft Market each Wednesday through October 5.

Fitness with Jamie: A workout in Chaumont

CHAUMONT, New York (WWNY) - Fitness expert Jamie Kalk joins her son’s workout in Chaumont. They do a circuit that involves tire flips, ball bounces, a kettle bell lift, a sprint, and pushups. You can see how it’s done in the video above. You can always email Jamie...

Master gardeners give back by nourishing community

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - “This is a Cornell Cooperatie Extension garden for growing produce that we donate to the Urban Mission’s food bank,” master gardener Laura Oakes said. “We have a whole litany of different vegetables, everything from tomatoes, kohlrabi. We have herbs, different fruits. I’m working on strawberries right now.”
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Some Things Are More Important Than Fish

In the movies the “three amigos” were Disney characters who shared various adventures. In my world the “three amigos” were three characters who shared a love of the St. Lawrence River that was not as colorful or exciting but bonded us together in fishing or other adventures or actions over the years. Al Benas was the owner of the Thousand Islands Inn in Clayton for decades, a river guide that was known and respected far and wide. Mike Seymour was originally from downriver in Ogdensburg but had a reputation as one of the best fishermen and guides on the river. I laid no such claim to knowledge of the river or skill at fishing equal to the other two but my enthusiasm for fishing the St. Lawrence was close behind. Over the years I spent a lot of time on the St. Lawrence, fishing, boating, or learning about the river.

What’s going on at Watertown’s Farm & Craft Market

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Food trucks, handmade crafts, local produce, flowers, snacks, wine and more! It’s all part of the Watertown Farm & Craft Market. The market is held each Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. along Washington and Sterling streets. Kayla Perry, president & CEO of...