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Man Accused In Savage Beating Deaths Of Two Men Returned To Court | 570 WSYR
West Monroe, N.Y. - The man accused of beating two men to death last month in West Monroe was in court Monday night.Mathew LeBoeuf is accused of savagely beating Michael Shane and Robert Diffinso severely that they died from their injuries. LeBoeuf's attorney asked for a mental health evaluation for
Deputies identify victims killed in double homicide in Sodus, suspect still at large
SODUS, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - The Wayne County Sheriff's Office has identified the two people killed in a shooting in Sodus Monday evening. The shooting prompted a massive search for a suspect and county officials say a shelter-in-place order was issued in the area of Carlton Street, near the Sodus Centra
Crash closes I-481 southbound ramp to I-81 southbound
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- The Interstate 481 southbound ramp to Interstate 81 southbound is set to be closed for up to two hours for a crash, according to the New York State Department of Transportation. The crash happened at 4:03 p.m., according to the Onondaga County 911 dispatch center. The ramp was shu
Man, woman fatally shot in Sodus; shelter in place alert issued for residents
SODUS, N.Y. (AP) -- Authorities say two people have been fatally shot in an upstate New York town and police are searching for the suspect. WHEC-TV in Rochester reports that officials in Wayne County say the shooting occurred Monday afternoon outside a home in the town of Sodus, on Lake Ontario 25 m
High-risk sex offender to get 5 years for downtown Syracuse stabbing
Syracuse, NY -- A registered sex offender pleaded guilty today to stabbing a man half his age this summer on Salina Street downtown. John Fredette Jr., 40, pleaded guilty to assault in the July 16 stabbing of a 20-year-old man in the 400 block of South Salina Street. The victim was critically injure
Recovering drug addict saves man's life at Destiny USA after taking Narcan training
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Emily Moore was walking through the food court at Destiny USA when she noticed a man suddenly fall out of his chair. His face and hands began to turn blue, she said. Moore, a recovering drug addict and college graduate from Fayetteville, immediately saw track marks on the man's han
‘Social Host’ Law Approved By Oswego Council
It makes it unlawful forany person older than the age of 18 who owns, rents, or otherwise controls a private residence, to knowingly allow the consumption of alcohol, alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs by any minor (younger than the age of 21) on such premises or to fail to take reasonable correct
Know this man? Police seek burglary suspect who targeted at least 4 DeWitt businesses
DEWITT, N.Y. -- Police are working to identify a masked burglar who has targeted at least four businesses in DeWitt. A man broke into or tried to break into commercial businesses near James Street and Kirkville Road between Thursday and today, reported the DeWitt Police Department. So far, police sa
Fulton Celebrates School Board Recognition Week
“It takes strong schools to build a strong community, and these men and women devote countless hours to making sure our schools are helping every child learn at a higher level,” said Brian Pulvino, superintendent. “They make the tough decisions every month and spend many hours studying education iss
Oswego County to Participate in Statewide STOP-DWI Halloween Crackdown Enforcement Effort
While we spend time trick or treating and hosting parties with our loved ones, law enforcement officers across New York State will take to the roads in an effort to stop impaired driving, prevent injuries and save lives.
To lure more food trucks, Syracuse lowers fee, adds new locations
The new ordinance does away with the old system of a lottery that granted one specific location to food trucks. Now, food trucks will pick a spot based on first come, first served. That raises concerns from Pam Dwyer of Lady Bug Lunch Box, who is currently the only licensed food truck operator in do
SUNY Upstate pays 6 other employees to shut up, stay off campus
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- SUNY Upstate Medical University gave at least six other employees secret paid off-campus assignments like the one received by Upstate's former CEO that is being investigated by state and local officials. The six kept their titles and salaries, but were banned from working on Upstat
OUTLOOK: Coastal storm impacting CNY this weekend??
One thing is certain regarding this weekend, and that is there will be a Nor'easter moving up the East Coast, but the BIG question is where does the storm track? Will the storm move right up along the coastline, or farther to the east one to two hundred miles off the East Coast??
New EEE, WNV Cases Confirmed in New York Horses – The Horse
“She exhibited mild symptoms of ataxia for over a week before a vet was contacted,” the EDCC said. “On Oct. 3, she was euthanized. Her brain was submitted for rabies, EEE, and WNV testing. Her brain sample was positive for EEE virus.”
New York 'very scared of' new bug that sucks the life out of grape vines
Syracuse, N.Y. -- Richard Blair didn't think much of the strange, spotted bug when it first popped up in his Pennsylvania vineyard four years ago. "We didn't know what they were, and we didn't pay much attention," said Blair, who runs Settler Vineyards in Kutztown, southwest of Allentown. "In 2015
Man charged after 27 cows found dead in dairy farm barn
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Troopers Taser Syracuse man, charge him with DWI, meth after foot chase in Camillus
CAMILLUS, N.Y. -- State police said they used a Taser on a Syracuse man after he ran from a vehicle they tried to pull over this weekend in the town of Camillus. Troopers struck 26-year-old Devin J. Manni with the Taser after he ran from them and "failed to obey all commands to stop," state police s
Two charged in attempted robbery at Cortland P&C Store
According to police, 28-year-old Jordan L. Price, of Cortland, stole food items from the store and got into a physical altercation with an employee who tried to stop him from leaving. Price had a needle, methamphetamine, marijuana scales, and packaging material in his possession at the time of his a
Oswego man pleads guilty to attempted murder in screwdriver attack
Steven Haynes, 34, Oswego, pleaded guilty to attempted murder during an appearance Oct. 15 in Oswego County Court.
2 teens shot near Danforth Middle School in Syracuse, police say
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Just days after community and city leaders spoke out about the recent string of violence involving young people, two more children have been shot in Syracuse, city police said Sunday. Two boys were shot shortly before noon Sunday in the 600 block of W. Lafayette Ave., Syracuse poli