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Couple Arrested For Drugs And Guns Within Reach Of Their 1-Year-Old Child
Syracuse, N.Y. - Onondaga County Sherriff's Detectives looking for a man with a warrant found a lot more and may have saved the life of a child. Tuesday February 20th, Deputies executed a warrant for 28 year old Julian Muolo at an apartment on Ivy Ridge Road in Syracuse. They...
Man shot multiple times on westside expected to survive
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — A man is recovering after being shot multiple times on the westside of Syracuse. The shooting happened Tuesday, Feb 20 at around 6:15 p.m. Police responded to the 300 block of Otisco Street for a shooting callout. Officers located a 45-year-old man who was shot multiple times in the lower body. The victim was transported to Upstate Hospital, where he is expected to survive.
‘Suspicious death’ of Syracuse man remains a mystery, few details released
Syracuse, N.Y. -- The death of a 35-year-old man remains a mystery one week after he was found dead in a Syracuse driveway. On Feb. 13, David Peters was found in a driveway at 244 Richmond Ave. after person called Onondaga County 911 Center. If you purchase a product or...
Missing 12-year-old Syracuse boy found, family thankful for community help
Syracuse, N.Y. — A 12-year-old Syracuse boy has returned home after being missing for five days. Kamarion Patterson went missing on Feb. 15 around 1 p.m., said Lt. Matthew Malinowski, a Syracuse police spokesperson. According to the Patterson family, Kamarion returned home on his own Wednesday morning. Malinowski confirmed...
Syracuse’s famous, but crumbling, outdoor staircase is closed for safety concerns
Syracuse Parks Commissioner Tony Williams has used the Westminster Park staircase so many times that he’s figured out a perfect workout routine. Run up just the first two flights and then take a leisurely pace the rest of the way. Do that and your heart rate will be at an optimal 150 beats per minute at the top. Like so many people who live in or near the University Neighborhood, Williams views the 178 steps running from Westminster Park down to Euclid Avenue as a small city treasure.
Throop man’s home is a total loss after he woke up to his bed on fire
THROOP, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Just before 11:30 p.m. on Feb. 19, multiple agencies responded to a structure fire at a home on Powers Road, in Throop. The Throop Fire Department says the structure was an 1800 Church reconfigured into the owner’s home, where he lived for over 50 years.
'That's not fair': SCSD superintendent says district is not to blame for attack on teacher
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Syracuse City School District Superintendent Anthony Davis called the attack on one of his teachers Friday morning, “the worst in-school incident he’s seen.”. In a press conference Tuesday morning – the superintendent also admitted the school was warned about the potential attack the night...
‘Slap Shot’ actor who played captain of Syracuse Bulldogs has died
Syracuse, N.Y.—Paul D’Amato, the actor who played the captain of the fictional Syracuse Bulldogs from the movie Slap Shot has died at the age of 75. D’Amato died Monday after a four-year battle with progressive supranuclear palsy, a rare brain disease. If you purchase a product or...
Why a Stewart’s Shops arrival in a Central NY village is fueling controversy
Village of Marcellus, NY — A local, long-time grocer’s plan to sell his store to Stewart’s Shops could soon be on ice. Richard Nojaim, who has run Nojaim Brothers grocery store for more than four decades in the heart of the village, struck a deal late last year to sell the place to Stewart’s, the convenience store chain known for its ice cream.
A Scary Trend For Central New York State
There is a scary trend that appears to be happening after a report was released about car thefts in one city Central New York State. The year is only 7 weeks old and the numbers are rather alarming. Police and law enforcement officials will tell you to keep your car...
Where’s the Beef? Annual best burger in NY contest starts today
The New York Beef Council is asking for your help to pick the best burger in the state. The eighth-annual “Best NY Burger” begins today, with the winner announced May 1 following a month of in-person judging. The competition seeks out 100%-beef burgers prepared in restaurants throughout the...
Local Resident Injured in Gifford Street Stabbing, Syracuse Police Seek Public's Help
A 37-year-old man was injured on Gifford Street on February 20th, 2024. The Syracuse Police Department is currently investigating the incident. The victim is expected to recover from his injuries. The police are asking the public for any information that may assist with the case.Visit here for more details.
Experience Authentic Italy in Seneca Falls: 3 Must-Visit Italian Restaurants
In this piece, we're exploring three delightful Italian restaurants located in Seneca Falls. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear your experiences in the comments below!
Boys basketball playoff roundup: Jordan-Elbridge has strong 2nd half to beat A-P-W
Jordan-Elbridge got off to a slow start but put together a strong second half and beat Altmar-Parish-Williamstown, 70-49, in a Section III boys basketball play-in game on Monday. The Eagles, the No. 14 seed, led by just five points at halftime. If you purchase a product or register for an...
‘We have nothing to hide’: Deputies cleared after inmate says he was attacked
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — On Jan. 21 at the Onondaga County Justice Center jail, deputies got into a confrontation with inmate Ozell Stanley, and according to Onondaga County Sheriff Toby Shelley, it was all over a chair. “Because he was in administrative segregation, he wasn’t allowed to have a chair,” said Shelley. “Mr. Stanley did […]
Victim mugged in downtown Syracuse by several men
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Around 2:30 a.m. on Feb. 19, Syracuse Police were sent to St. Joseph Hospital for a robbery investigation. At the hospital, police found and spoke to a 32-year-old male victim who had wounds on his head. According to Syracuse Police, the victim was walking along the 200 block of N. State […]
Dad-to-be finds 2024 Treasure Hunt medallion. It was the 10th year he had searched for it
Syracuse, N.Y. — Joe Santimaw Jr. and his dad have searched for the Syracuse.com | The Post-Standard Treasure Hunt medallion for 10 years. This year, he and his father headed to Oneida Shores Park Tuesday — along with scores of other people — to look for the medallion and try to win the $2,000 prize.
Playoff Fever: 2-20-2024
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — It’s playoff time in high school sports with a full slate of games on Tuesday, February 20, 2024. You can see the results of the games featured on NewsChannel 9 and watch the highlights in the video player above. Boy’s Basketball Schools Score Auburn vs. ESM ESM – 65Auburn – 49 […]
Man thrown from snowmobile in crash in Madison County airlifted to Syracuse hospital
Morrisville, N.Y. -- A man was critically injured and airlifted to a Syracuse hospital Tuesday after his snowmobile crashed in Madison County, troopers said. Around 7:29 p.m., state police responded to 100 Callahan Drive in the village of Morrisville where a man’s snowmobile crashed, New York State Police spokesperson Trooper Jack Keller said Wednesday.
‘He wants to rent us our own house’: CNY couple loses $2.4K in rental scam on Facebook Marketplace
FAYETTEVILLE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — David Carroll and his wife Susan have been renting properties since 2005 and have never experienced anything like this, until now. “Somebody had tried to rent this property off of Facebook, and we didn’t have it on Facebook, at a fraction of what we were renting it for, and the people, […]