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Police dog catches parolee smuggling drugs in rectum at Jamesville Correctional Facility

Darren Lynch, 25, of Syracuse, was caught trying to smuggle 12 heroin packets in his rectum into Jamesville Correctional Facility, according to the Onondaga County Sheriff's Office. Lynch was being booked after breaking the conditions of his parole. JAMESVILLE, N.Y. -- A parolee being booked at the

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-20 04:28:08

Syracuse man stabbed in back during domestic fight, police say

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A 29-year-old Syracuse man was stabbed in his back early this morning during a fight with his domestic partner, Syracuse police said. Police were called to the 1800 block of East Fayette Street at about 2:18 a.m. in regards to a domestic related stabbing, police said. Police found


GUEST VIEW: Utica was tailor made for snazzy dressers

In the late '40's and '50's, unlike today, Utica's high school dudes dressed to the nines. An economic shift was happening. The pivot point was the end of World War II. By fall of '45, we endured 16 years of hardship through the Depression. Now we had the means to dress up and we didn't have to go f

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2018-01-21 10:00:00

Syracuse women's basketball falls short of program record for largest home crowd

Syracuse, N.Y. -- The Syracuse women's basketball team came up shy of setting a program attendance record at its game against Pittsburgh in the Carrier Dome on Sunday. Syracuse pulled in 8,126 fans, well short of the 11,021 that watched Notre Dame visit last year. Several groups and companies helped

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-21 20:36:53

Utica Women's March: 'We're not going away'

UTICA - They were back. Wearing pink hats and carrying political signs, the second annual Utica Women's March made its way through downtown Utica on Saturday. Marchers chanted in the streets about supporting refugees and women's rights as they descended on City Hall. "The timing couldn't be better w

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2018-01-20 23:08:45

Bella REgina wins third straight Stanley Cup

UTICA - Joe Meher enjoyed his first time Sunday at the annual Riggies, Greens and Rock fundraiser at the Stanley Center for the Arts. Meher, of Utica, had a collection of small cups stacked up on the table in front of him. "I needed to try a couple different kinds," he said. Meher attended the fourt

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2018-01-21 21:37:35

Foot and a half flood at Upstate University Hospital

Upstate University Hospital had to call the Syracuse Fire Department in, early this morning, to pump out flooding in the hospital West Wing. The hospital has issued this statement: At approximately 4 a.m. today (Jan. 21) a sump pump failed and about 18 inches of water was found in the mechanical roo

CNYCENTRAL.COM - 2018-01-21 16:18:14

Former NASA head: Astronauts like Jeanette Epps 'almost always' still go to space

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Syracuse University Professor Sean O'Keefe -- a former NASA administrator -- said the removal of local astronaut Jeanette Epps from a crew headed to space is likely temporary. O'Keefe, who headed the administration between 2001 and 2004, said in an email to Syracuse.com that he doe

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-21 21:02:15

2 Minneapolis men die in crash in western Wisconsin

Two men from the Twin Cities were killed and another was seriously injured in a rollover crash in western Wisconsin early Saturday, authorities said. Officers responding to a report of an accident on County Road E in Baldwin Township around 5 a.m. found an overturned pickup truck in the ditch. Polic

MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE - 2018-01-20 23:52:00

The Vikings will beat the Eagles in the NFC Championship Game if ...

If Carson Wentz were healthy, trying to beat the Eagles at home would be a much taller task. But with him out, the Vikings have the QB advantage. If Case Keenum can get enough time to throw and avoid making the big mistake, the Vikings will return home to play in the Super Bowl. Prediction: Vikings

MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE - 2018-01-21 02:38:00

New reading series launches this week in literary events

STEVE ATKINSON: Minnesotan presents "In Liberating Strife: A Memoir of the Vietnam Years," his two-volume memoir of personal encounters with love and war during his years in college and in the Army. The two books incorporate nearly 400 illustrations, including numerous color photos taken by the auth

PIONEER PRESS - 2018-01-21 14:30:27

Police: Man Injured In Downtown Mpls. Disturbance

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) - Minneapolis Police are investigating a disturbance Saturday night which sent a man to the hospital. It happened just before 5:45 p.m. at a business in the 600 block of First Avenue North. So far, officials are only saying that the man received non-life threatening injures, and t

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2018-01-20 22:21:03

Charges: Ex-boyfriend killed Edina woman in Minnesota, burned body in New Orleans

An Arkansas man was charged in federal court with kidnapping after allegedly killing his ex-girlfriend in Minnesota, then driving her body to New Orleans and burning it in a shipping container, according to court documents. Joseph Porter, 25, was charged Friday in U.S. District Court in Minnesota wi

MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE - 2018-01-20 06:19:00

Opioid crisis strains Minnesota's child protection system

The opioid epidemic that has ravaged communities across Minnesota is also wreaking havoc on the lives of hundreds of children whose parents abuse drugs. New data from the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) show that, as the opioid crisis tightened its grip on the Upper Midwest, the number

MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE - 2018-01-20 22:08:00

Woman charged for setting multiple fires at St. Kate's

ST. PAUL, Minn. - A woman who intentionally set a series of fires this week in multiple buildings at St. Kate's University is now charged with first-degree arson. According to the criminal charges, Tnuza Jamal Hassan, 19, of Minneapolis admitted to investigators she wanted "the school to burn to th


Minneapolis Police Looks To Hire Outside Psychologist for Mental Health Screenings

The Minneapolis Police Department is changing how it does mental health screenings for recruits and current officers. MPD leaders are asking the city council to consider a new, outside psychologist to make sure the mental health and wellness of officers is a priority. Chief Medaria Arradondo said fo

KSTP - 2018-01-21 05:40:00

Watch as crews rescue 4 teens trapped on icy lake in Westchester

Crews worked to rescue four teenagers who were trapped on thin ice in Westchester County. The boys were trapped on the lake at Edith Read Sanctuary in Rye when they called for help. "We were just there on the island...and then we saw the cop - two guys come out with a little trailer, and pulled us i


Port Chester pipe leak forces brief school evacuation

PORT CHESTER - A steam pipe leak forced a Port Chester school to briefly evacuate today, officials said. The Early Learning Center at 18 Central Ave. was evacuated shortly before noon while a leak in a ceiling tile was investigated, Port Chester police Sgt. Michael Spizzirri said. Police responded t


Q Restaurant & Bar in Port Chester closes

A popular barbecue destination in Port Chester has abruptly closed its doors, but may reopen in a new location later this year. Q Restaurant & Bar, which has lured a steady stream of dine-in and takeout customers hungry for ribs since 2005, shocked locals in the community when it turned out the ligh


Even with programs in place, Greenwich remains unaffordable to many

Published 1:45 pm, Saturday, January 20, 2018 GREENWICH - Natasha Ducasse says she gets all her decor from Goodwill, but that isn't really true. Her curtains are from the dollar store, and she bought her carpet off someone from the Bronx for $100 - a deal that delights her. If her whole apartment

GREENWICHTIME - 2018-01-20 18:44:17