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Big job cuts set for retail giant Target

NEW YORK, NY - Target plans $2 billion in cost cuts over the next two years through corporate restructuring and other improvements.

Brewery Ommegang will launch its first-ever IPA in April

This April, Brewery Ommegang will launch Nirvana IPA, its first-ever American-style India Pale Ale.

Cuomo's administration to raise tipped wage to $7.50

Restaurant servers, hotel housekeepers and other tipped workers in New York state will soon make $7.50 an hour before tips.

Wal-Mart opposes new Arkansas law that many call discriminatory

LITTLE ROCK, AR - Wal-Mart says it opposes a new law in its home state of Arkansas that bans cities and counties from expanding anti-discrimination protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity.

Buffalo Head Restaurant up for Sale

FORESTPORT, NY - The popular dinner destination Buffalo Head Restaurant in Forestport is up for sale. The listing comes about four months after the restaurant closed for the winter season for the first time in as many years.

Chamber to host roundtable event: Ethics reform in Albany

The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs / Economic Development Council will host a roundtable event on Ethics Reform in Albany, on Friday, March 6, at the Radisson Hotel-Utica Centre, 200 Genesee Street, Utica.

New streaming service offers cable alternative

Once considered relics, rabbit ear TV antennas are back in vogue for people ditching cable service.

Governor Cuomo Hits Tug Hill Trails with Tourism Announcement

Governor Andrew Cuomo hit the Tug Hill trails in Lewis County by snowmobile on Thursday to announce a plan to save out-of-staters money, while helping New Yorkers to cash in on that savings.

Part 2: Drones in agriculture

Jeff Miller of Cornell Cooperative Extension knows a lot about future of UAV or unmanned arial vehicles in agriculture. He thinks it might be a game changer.

Water restored to Oriskany Blvd. following water main break

A water main break on Oriskany Boulevard in Yorkville happened shortly after 11 a.m.

Drones in agriculture advancing and expanding farmers' knowledge

If you didn't get one for Christmas, you probably know someone who did. We're talking about drones. Those little flying machines that are popping up everywhere.

25 NYS wineries to participate in Boston Wine Expo

ALBANY, NY - 25 New York State wineries are getting some national exposure. They will participate in the Boston Wine Expo this weekend.

Ribbon cutting at pet crematorium in Herkimer

A new business is opening in Herkimer, New York. It's called Forget-Me-Not Memorialization and Cremation Services, and it's a pet crematorium.

Beloved Children's Museum is closed

The Children's Museum of Utica is closed.

Local Radio Shacks close their doors

Radio Shack announces multiple locations to close locally.

New location for Richfield Springs Kinney Drugs

Kinney Drugs announced they will be relocating their store from downtown Richfield Springs to 10 Main Street, Route 20.

Survey shows 2014 was biggest year for job growth since 1999

The government's January jobs report shows American businesses created 257,000 new jobs last month, much more than economists expected.

Governor's opportunity agenda presented to Greater Utica Chamber

Members of the Governor's Cabinet met with the Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce to present the Governor's opportunity agenda.

Celebrating those who made Bagg's Square possible

UTICA, NY - Two local people and a local business are being credited with helping to develop the Bagg's Square section of Utica.

Oneida County one of only five counties that saw decline in sales tax collection

Oneida County is one of only five counties in the state that saw a decline in sales tax collection.

Craft brewers are up in arms over Budweiser's Super Bowl ad

When Budweiser took a shot at the craft-beer industry in a Super Bowl ad Sunday night, some craft beer brewers got fired up.