Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Syracuse Police say a driver on the city’s South Side was found dead after being shot and crashing into a tree. Police have not identified the male victim, nor have they released any information on a possible suspect. He was pronounced dead at Upstate University Hospital shortly after the incident. Police were responding a report of shots
Ledyard (WSYR-TV) – A 12-year-girl has been taken by helicopter to Upstate University Hospital after she was accidentally shot in the stomach at a home in the town of Ledyard. Emergency dispatchers confirmed that the incident occurred on Levanna Road in the town of Ledyard. They say she was shot with a shotgun. Dispatchers did not know the girl’s condition.
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Syracuse Police are investigating after a shooting victim was found on the city's North Side on Friday night. Police found the 32-year-old victim at a residence on Lilac Street between Pond and Mary streets. They said the victim had been shot twice in the leg. He was taken to Upstate University Hospital. Police do not believe his
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - Watch the video above to see the Hot Play nominees from Friday Night Fever - featuring high school football action from throughout Central New York. Click here to vote for this week's Hot Play of the week.
Marysville, Wash. (WSYR-TV) – Two people are dead – including the shooter – in a shooting at a Seattle-area high school in Washington, according to police. Officials told CNN that four other people were injured – including three people who suffered critical injuries – during the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. Police have not disclosed the identity of the shooter,
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Former President Bill Clinton visited Central New York on Friday on behalf of Democratic incumbent Dan Maffei. Maffei is running against Republican challenger John Katko. Vice President Joe Biden visited Syracuse earlier in the week on behalf of the Maffei campaign, while House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy visited Auburn to support Katko. Clinton - who attended the
Sacramento (WSYR-TV) – A man suspected in the shooting deaths of two Sheriff's Deputies in California is in custody after an manhunt, according to local reports. A third Deputy was also shot, according to reports. An official in Placer County told local media that Marcelo Marquez, 34, had been located in nearby Auburn, Calif. In addition to Deputies, Sacramento ABC
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – The Syracuse University community is remembering the Pan Am Flight 103 tragedy this week. The incident on Dec. 21, 1988 took the lives of 35 SU students, two SUNY Oswego students, and a couple from Clay. The event concluded at 2:03 p.m. with the Rose Laying Ceremony – which marks the time the plane went down over
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- Kelly Tsistinas hasn't stopped looking for her 4-month-old puppy Ricky since he went missing last month. The Chihuahua slipped out under a fence on Sept. 26 while the family was playing baseball in the backyard. When Kelly looked for him moments later in the front yard, he was gone. “One minute I looked down and he was
Here are the weather headlines: •Dry high pressure keeps skies clear Friday night. •A few more clouds Saturday. A few showers are possible. •Very windy and cooler Sunday with a shower. •The warm up for early next week is still “a go.” Our next weather system will be a cold front coming at us from the southern Canadian Plains. The
Salina (WSYR-TV) - Next month, you can fill your car with Syracuse China for just 10 bucks. Old Syracuse China plates, cups and bowls, which were left behind when the factory closed, are being sold as a fundraiser for local organizations. The china is unfinished, so you can't eat off it. The pieces could be glazed so you can serve
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Syracuse community leader Mary Nelson joined Republican Congressional candidate John Katko on Friday in a call to fight poverty in the city. Katko, who is running against Democratic incumbent Dan Maffei, attended a press conference at the Southwest Community Center. "We need change here in our community, we definitely need change. The way things are going, the
New York (WSYR-TV) - A physician who returned to New York City after serving with Doctors Without Borders in West Africa has tested positive for the Ebola virus. According to CNN , 33-year-old Craig Spencer returned to New York after treating Ebola patients in Guinea last Friday-- though doctors say he wasn't symptomatic until Wednesday night. He was monitoring himself