Central NY News
Need a date for Valentine’s Day? Central NY police have a criminally funny offer
“We will come pick you up, let you borrow a pair of our bracelets, and spend time talking with you.”
Upstate NY man sentenced to probation for breaking into U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6
His lawyers argued he was pushed to storm the Capitol by a woman who promised to be his girlfriend in exchange for a ride to Washington, D.C.
Mom of teen driving stolen car in which 2 Syracuse teens were killed drops claim against county
The county still faces two federal lawsuits filed by the families of the two teens killed by the deputy.
Update: Fire at Syracuse’s Pioneer Homes leaves two apartments damaged and nine people displaced.
Smoke and fire could be seen coming from a second-story window apartment at Pioneer Homes, firefighters say.
ATV riders damage property, taunt police and flee through Utica city streets
The ATV drivers encircled police, spraying them with mud and damaged police cars before getting away, Utica police said.
Syracuse smashes 99-year-old high-temperature record today as warm winter continues
Saturday could also be record-breaking, but a cooldown is coming soon.
One year later: Here’s how a committed community stepped up to save our nation’s oldest free Black settlement
'We're not going to fall," said Julie Moody Lewis, president of the Sandy Ground Historical Society. "Staten Island is not going to let us fall."
Ithaca elementary school damaged after car rammed into building during chase, police say
The driver repeatedly hit a car, ramming it into the elementary school, police said.
Migrants are human beings, not stereotypes. I know because I’ve met them (Your Letters)
If you believe the rhetoric about immigrants "poisoning the blood" of this country, letter writer invites you to ask yourself two questions.
Search on for someone who shot a tourist in Times Square and then fired at police
The tourist, a 37-year-old woman, was expected to recover.
Feds confiscate fentanyl, money, gun after searches of Clay man’s cars and home
The DEA say they detained the man and then searched his home and cars, finding drugs and $15,000.
Republicans, corrections officers oppose Hochul’s plan to close up to 5 prisons
Gov. Kathy Hochul in her executive budget released last month included a proposal to close up to five prisons.