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Court docs: Man accused of killing 12-year-old fired gun ten times
Alberto Pinet, the man accused of killing a 12-year-old boy in the city of Syracuse, fired his gun ten times, according to court documents obtained by CNYCentral.
Driver pleads guilty to felony charges in connection to deadly N. Syracuse hit-and-run
Vontelle Sparks, 33, appeared in court Thursday morning and pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of a crash, tampering with evidence and vehicular manslaughter.
All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert found dead in pond at 44
All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert has died at age 44, the metal band confirmed on Wednesday. MassLive.com reports the Massachusetts native was found dead in a pond on Tuesday afternoon at his home in Stafford Springs, Connecticut. According to Connecticut State Trooper spokesperson Tanya Compag
6 New York Cities, 3 in Central New York Have the Most Rats in the Country
The number of New York cities withratscontinues to grow. Six places made the annualTop 50 Rattiest Citiesthis year, 3 incentral New York.So where are all the rats hanging out? Chicago....for the 4th year in a row. But since rat activity increases when it's cold, it's no surprise New York makes the l
Syracuse man sentenced for second kidnapping attempt
UTICA, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - A Syracuse man will spend the next 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to a second attempted kidnapping in the last eight years. 38-year-old Raoul Baldwin pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal sex act in relation to a March 2018 incident involving the sexual assault a
Chicken, ice cream and waffles at the new JackRabbits, with $4 lunch box
The restaurant specializes in traditional American comfort food, serving southern fried chicken, homemade side dishes such as collard greens. It will serve its version of bubble waffles that can be served with chicken or ice cream. There will also be an ice cream parlor with sweet treats served from
Syracuse Police Chief reacts to news about state law enforcement aid
SYRACUSE, NY (WSYR-TV) - Ten members of New York State Police will be hitting the streets with Syracuse officers to combat a rash of violence in the city. On Tuesday Governor Cuomo made the announcement, which also includes adding an investigator to the department. The troopers have not arrived yet,
Syracuse accidents slow traffic on Interstate 690 east, west
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Two separate accidents have slowed traffic in Syracuse on Interstate 690 east and Interstate 690 west during the morning commute. The first accident was reported at 7:48 a.m. on I-690 west near the Teall Avenue (Exit 14) off-ramp. The Syracuse Police Department responded to the pro
Syracuse police find stolen gun block away from where 15-year-old was fatally shot
The14-year-old boy was shotshortly before 1 a.m. Saturday in the 400 block of Sterling Avenue. The teenager remains in critical condition late Wednesday morning at Upstate University Hospital, said Sgt. Richard Helterline, a Syracuse Police Department spokesman.
Eastwood double homicide suspect charged with first-degree murder
Back in June, Elmore and his 13-year-old brotherwere charged withtwo counts of murder in the second degree, robbery in the first degree and criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree for the shooting deaths of 21-year-old Luis Sepulveda and 28-year-old Christopher McLauren.
Syracuse woman charged with welfare fraud
On October 16th, 2018, 63 year old Frances Jackson of Syracuse, NY was arrested on a warrant for Welfare Fraud 3rdDegree, Grand Larceny 3rdDegree, and Offering a False Instrument for Filing 1stDegree.
Cuomo to send State Police troopers to Syracuse to combat recent rash of violence
Then Cuomo said the state will engage with the region's community leaders, clergy, law enforcement and elected officials to identify additional long-term solutions to not only reduce violence, but address many of the systemic socio-economic problems that violence-plagued communities face.
Syracuse Police 'On the Lookout' for suspected porch pirate
Fortunately, their surveillance camera caught him in the act and we're putting you On the Lookout, along with Syracuse Police.
Upstate NY's cheapest zip codes: 5 places in CNY where homes sell for dirt cheap
In some areas, auctions, foreclosures and other factors drive median home sale prices down below $50,000, according to data from .
Why I'm voting for ... Farley, Paro, Tenney, 'none of the above' (Your letters)
On the first day of class in "Politispeak," candidates say, "I will fight for ..." and "I stand for..."
Daylight saving time 2018: When do we set our clocks back this fall?
Syracuse, N.Y. -- The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting cooler, andsnow is in the forecast.
Dog found neglected and abused in Syracuse has died
'Mavis' was found by a good Samaritan on Oct. 2 on Rider Avenue in Syracuse. The dog, an adult female, was starved.
City of Syracuse to close part of Geddes, W. Onondaga streets for 1 week
Depending on the weather, the repairs should be completed by next Monday, Oct. 22, city officials said.
Farmer's Almanac prediction for winter: keep the shovel close, hot chocolate closer
SYRACUSE - The first flakes of the season will likely fall this week, and iflong-term forecasting from the Farmer's Almanacis accurate, it will be the start to a cold and snowy winter.
Man charged for making terroristic threats to a Cortland County Walmart
Pedersen has been charged with making a terroristic threat, a felony, and second-degree aggravated harassment, a misdemeanor.