UPDATE: Victim identified in fatal accident on Rt 481 in Oswego County

UPDATE: Police investigation into the crash has revealed that a 2021 Chevrolet Trax was traveling southbound on State Route 481 when it crossed into the northbound lane, hitting a 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee head-on. The Chevrolet Trax was being driven by Dona Desantis, 70 of Syracuse, who was pronounced dead...
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What to expect in week 2 of Friday Night Fever

FRIDAY NIGHT FEVER (WSYR-TV) — After week one of Friday Night Fever, the NewsChannel 9 Sports Department is gearing up for their second show of the season. Baldwinsville is the only 2-0 team in Class AA right now. Could the Bees be the best team in Section III? We should learn the answer these next two weeks. B’ville is at Liverpool on Friday, then home for C-NS next Friday.

GM Baboulis stepping down after 44 years at WNYT

It's the end of an era here at WNYT. Vice President and General Manager Steve Baboulis is retiring after dedicating the last 44 years to the station. He started out as an intern and worked his way up to the top spot. Steve continues to serve on numerous boards and...

Dino Babers talks with NC9’s Steve Infanti on Orange Nation

ORANGE NATION — During the radio version of Orange Nation on ESPN Syracuse, Syracuse Football Coach Dino Babers joined NewsChannel 9’s Steve Infanti to talk about his recent COVID-19 negative test, the upcoming game vs. Albany and his team’s quarterback competition. You can watch the full interview in the video...

Bark in the Park to benefit local animal shelters

BINGHAMTON, NY – NewsChannel 34 is teaming up with the Binghamton Rumble Ponies and a pair of local animal welfare agencies in an effort to Clear the Shelters. During this Saturday evening’s game against the Reading Fightin Phils, fans are asked to bring non-perishable pet food and supplies that will be distributed to the Broome County Humane Society and the Animal Care Sanctuary.

El Paso County COVID numbers worse than this time last year

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- According to El Paso County health officials, the positivity rate for COVID testing is ticking up and reaching higher levels than seen at the same time last year. Looking at the public health data and analytics for COVID-19 testing in El Paso County, this time last year the average positivity The post El Paso County COVID numbers worse than this time last year appeared first on KRDO.