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Syracuse passengers worry about government shutdown impact on air travel

Long lines and staffing issues are causing problems at airports across the country as the partial government shutdown enters its fourth week. Wednesday, travelers at Syracuse Hancock Airport said they were nervous about what will happen next. Jane Lawson came ...

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State lawmakers move to ban gay conversion therapy

Many proposed bills that had been previously held up in New York’s state Legislature are expected to be reintroduced now that Democrats control the entire state government. One such proposal, a ban on gay conversion therapy, is now picking up ...

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Sleet, freezing rain will cause ice accumulation today before changing to plain rain

A Winter Weather ADVISORY is in effect for the following counties: –Onondaga, Madison, Cayuga, Seneca, Tompkins, Wayne, Schuyler, Ontario Yates, and southern Oneida counties until 3 PM Wednesday. –Cortland, Chenango, & Otsego counties until 5 PM Wednesday. –Oswego, Jefferson, & ...

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Governor Cuomo to deliver State of the State Address from Albany

Governor Andrew Cuomo taking aim at teens, proposing new legislation to raise the smoking age. The proposed legislation would raise the age from 18 to 21. It would also restrict pharmacies from selling any tobacco or e-cigarettes and restrict displays ...

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LONG weekend for Syracuse libraries

Syracuse Public libraries are closing early today, because of the weather… The Central Library and all Syracuse City branches will shut down at 4pm and will stay closed Sunday. Since Monday, the Martin Luther King, Jr holiday was a planned ...

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Why do we stock up on bread, milk and eggs when snow is in the forecast?

With heavy snow forecasted for parts of Central New York this weekend, the mad dash for supplies is underway. “Bread, cereals, pastas, things that people can really do a lot of things with,” said Evelyn Ingram with Wegmans. “So, we ...

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Community members and school board discuss superintendent allegations

Tonight parents, community members and staff met inside the West Genesee library. The school board held their regular scheduled meeting, but it quickly turned into a debate over the superintendent’s accusations. It stemmed from a social media post, that Superintendent ...

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Some northern New York counties issuing school delays Wednesday

Snow causing some schools issuing delays. Its a small list for now, but could grow. Full list below: Indian River Central Schools: Delayed 2 hours; No AM BOCES; No AM Pre K. Lyme Central School: Delayed 2 hours. South Jefferson ...

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