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Heavy police presence in Ogdensburg neighborhood

There’s a heavy police presence in the 800 block of Congress Street in Ogdensburg.

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Breeze Airways celebrates third anniversary with 33% off Syracuse fares

Breeze Airways is commemorating the third anniversary of its very first day of ticket sales with a special promotion.Starting Tuesday, travelers can get 33-per

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New York’s high court upholds requiring insurance to cover medically necessary abortions

New York can continue to require companies with health insurance plans to cover medically necessary abortions, the state’s highest court ruled Tuesday.

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Wrongful conviction hearing starts for Missouri man imprisoned 33 years

A wrongful conviction hearing for Christopher Dunn begins in Missouri. Dunn has spent 33 years in prison for a murder he says he didn't commit.

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Judge grants preliminary injunction limiting work on Carleton Island project

CAPE VINCENT — A judge has granted a preliminary injunction preventing any additional clearing or excavation work on property surrounding Carleton Villa on Carleton Island, but limited the order to include only land within 100 feet of the St. Lawrence…

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“Incognito” founder nabbed, allegedly sold $100 million of drugs online

The Justice Department called the site on the dark web "one of the largest illegal narcotics marketplaces on the internet."

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Fani Willis slams Rep. Jordan, calling him a 'clown'

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis attacked House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan as his investigation into her alleged misuse of federal funds continues.

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Orchestra of Northern New York chooses new music director

The Orchestra of Northern New York has a new music director.

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Nestle to launch food products that cater to Wegovy and Ozempic users

Vital Pursuit will include whole-grain bowls, protein pasta, sandwich melts and gluten-free options.

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Trump declines to testify as defense rests, jurors dismissed until after Memorial Day

Former President Donald Trump declined to testify Tuesday as the defense rested in his hush money trial, setting the table for closing arguments and deliberations after Memorial Day.

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