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6 people displaced after fire breaks out in Syracuse Saturday morning

Syracuse’s fire department was dispatched to a structure fire on Lodi Street around 10 a. m. Saturday morning. It was originally reported that a child may possible be still inside the multi-family home but eventually all occupants were accounted for. ...

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Deadly Herkimer fire ruled accidental; Three brothers to be laid to rest Friday

Firefighters in Herkimer have determined a fire that killed three brothers was accidental. Fire Chief John Spanfelner said his investigators ruled the fire “accidental electrical,” and believe it started in the basement of the home and quickly spread throughout the ...

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Frostbite potential Monday with very low wind chills & leftover light snow

A Wind Chill WARNING is in effect for the following counties: –Chenango, Cortland, Jefferson, Lewis, Onondaga, Oneida, Ontario, Oswego, Otsego, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Tompkins, Yates, & southern Cayuga counties until 7 PM. A Wind Chill ADVISORY is in effect for ...

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CNY manages digging out from weekend storm in dangerously cold temperatures

A lot of Central New Yorkers spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day digging out after a weekend snow storm, and extremely low temperatures made it dangerous to be outside. Emergency officials said frostbite is always a concern when temperatures dip ...

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Syracuse Heart Walk turns 35, Kickoff is Wednesday

The 2019 Syracuse Heart Walk is kicking off on Wednesday, January 16th. The is the 35th anniversary of the walk. The kickoff will be at the Museum of Science & Technology in Syracuse. It runs from 5:30 p. m. to ...

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February SNAP benefits to be issued early to New Yorkers due to shutdown

Most New Yorkers who receiveSupplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive their full February benefits early, due to the ongoing federal government shutdown. The New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance announced the change Monday. Current SNAP ...

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Total Lunar Eclipse tonight, we MAY see it

A total eclipse of the moon is set to happen late Sunday night, and if the clouds clear there’s a chance you can see it over Central New York. It’s called the Super Blood Wolf Full Moon…. Native Americans call ...

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Local business owner pledges $175K to Boys & Girls Club after Duke upset

A business owner who said he’d donate $150,000 to local Boys & Girls Clubs if the Syracuse Orange Men’s Basketball team upset the No. 1 Duke Blue Devils is making good on his promise. Adam Weitsman, owner of Upstate Shreddingin ...

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