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Dunkin' Donuts and Rescue Mission team up, locations to accept donations
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - The Rescue Mission and Dunkin' Donuts are teaming up to help people who are homeless in these cold, winter months. Starting Tuesday, Jan. 15, participating Dunkin' locations will be accepting donations of winter clothing.
Syracuse daycare closing amid failed state inspections
SYRACUSE N.Y. — A daycare in Syracuse that just last month had not corrected issues outlined by New York State inspectors tells CNYCentral they are closing in early February.
110 Grill in Destiny USA looking to hire 70 new employees
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - 110 Grill, a new restaurant coming to Destiny USA, is looking to hire 70 new employees. The restaurant is taking appointments or walk-in interviews at its location on the second floor of the mall near the food court Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. until Februa
Shocking video of toddler falling out of car sparks conversation about car seat safety
CICERO, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - A shocking video coming out of Minnesota shows a toddler falling out of a car while strapped into a car seat. It's now sparking a national conversation on how to keep your children safe.
Common Council debates sales tax-sharing agreement with Onondaga County
A Syracuse Common Council committee met Wednesday afternoon to discuss an extension of a sales tax agreement between Syracuse and Onondaga County, including the possibility of the city leaving the agreement.
Syracuse corpse-mover’s unremorseful rant causes buzz: Read transcript
Syracuse, NY -- A Syracuse man, who admitted moving a naked corpse after a May 2018 murder, had been called “totally insensitive” and a man who “played by his own rules.”
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 7 p.m.
2 feet of snow could fall in Upstate NY winter storm
Syracuse, N.Y. -- The first snowfall forecasts are in for Upstate New York’s weekend storm, and they’re big. Nearly 2 feet of snow could fall Saturday afternoon through Monday afternoon, with the heaviest bands in Central New York, the National Weather Service said.
Donate winter gear to help those in need this winter
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — If you're looking to clean out your closet, make sure to save any unwanted coats, hats or gloves. The United Way of CNY 'Day of Service' 19th annual Martin Luther King Junior Drive is coming up on Monday, January 21st.
Mother of girl hit by car at busy Syracuse intersection demands change
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — A Syracuse mother is pushing for a crossing guard at a busy intersection after her 8-year-old daughter was hit by a car this week. According to Syracuse Police, it happened Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of James and Oak Streets.
Fake video of beautiful-looking Onondaga Lake goes viral
Fake video of beautiful-looking Onondaga Lake goes viral. A fake video of Onondaga Lake in Syracuse, N.Y., is going viral on social media. David Stuenzi shared a video last week showing a woman wearing a crown of tropical flowers, relaxing in a pool that overlooks gorgeous blue water with huts and m
Tome Raiders: Area book clubs offer ideas for cold-weather page-turners
Wintertime in Central New York commonly conjures up images of neon windbreaker jackets, reflective goggles, packed skis and tucked-in scarves as resident snow bunnies flock to the nearest athletic resort to make the most of the cold weather.
One third of Syracuse schools land on new list of struggling NY schools
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – About one third of Syracuse city schools are among the lowest performing schools in the state according to a new ranking released today by the state Education Department.
Hundreds expected at Women’s March events across Upstate NY
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Several Upstate New York communities will hold “sister marches” Saturday as part of the Women’s March in Washington D.C. on the same day. Hundreds of Central New Yorkers are expected to participate in a march in Syracuse, which will begin at 10 a.m. at the Everson Plaza, 401 Harris
Syracuse Police Department Make Arrests in Oakwood Ave. “Eddies Eagle Market” Homicide Investigation
Published monthly by: URBAN CNY Send mail c/o Eagle Media 2501 James Street, Syracuse, NY 13206. EMAIL: email@example.com. The Syracuse Police Department has made arrests in a homicide investigation. On Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at about 9:27 P.M, the Syracuse Police Department responded to Eddie
Central New York faces Winter's wrath this weekend
Syracuse- A major winter storm will impact Central New York this weekend. Winter Storm Watches are already in effect and will almost certainly be upgraded to Winter Storm Warnings.
CNY Reads One Book selects Trevor Noah memoir 'Born a Crime' for 2019 season
Last summer, first year students at Syracuse University were assigned a shared reading experience: every incoming freshman was to read Trevor Noah's memoir Born a Crime. CNY Reads One Book has also selected the book for its 19th season, which kicks off tonight at Barnes & Noble in DeWitt.
Dead newborn found in trash can at Amazon warehouse
Phoenix authorities are investigating the death of a newborn found in a trash can at an Amazon distribution center. Police and fire officials responded to a call Wednesday night about "a deceased infant in the women's restroom located inside the secured facility," the Phoenix Police Department said.
CNYers head to Washington D.C. for March for Life
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Thousands of protesters, including Central New Yorkers, are expected to attend March for Life, a pro-life rally, on Friday in Washington, D.C. March for Life claims to be the “largest pro-life event in the world," according to its website. The organization’s mission is to end abort
Bracket Watch: Duke Hangs on as a No. 1 Seed Despite Syracuse Stumble
The SI.com Bracket Watch has been fully operational for two weeks, and we already have our first shakeup on the top line—sort of. The top four teams—Virginia, Michigan, Tennessee and Duke—remain the same as we head into the January 17–20 weekend, but their order has changed after Duke’s loss to Syra