Business

Jul. 31, 2015

A former president of the Masonic Medical Research Laboratory Board of Directors was indicted on larceny charges.

Jul. 31, 2015

Ballister's Bistro opens it doors in Rome.

Jul. 30, 2015

A St. Johnsville sporting goods store announced, via a Facebook post, its intentions to refuse gun sales to all Muslims.

Jul. 30, 2015

As a Minnesota dentist faces global condemnation for killing a protected lion in Zimbabwe, a western New York pizzeria owner says the lion he bagged in the same African nation helps boost his business.

Jul. 29, 2015

A new report shows that more people traveled to New York in 2014 than years past. Those travelers spent a record $62.5 billion dollars.

Jul. 29, 2015

Toyota has lost its spot as the world's biggest automaker.

Jul. 29, 2015

There's a brand new community garden on the Masonic Care community campus.

Jul. 29, 2015

The Utica Zoo has hired a new Director of Animal Operations.

Jul. 28, 2015

Are you looking to find a new friend or partner while flying the friendly skies? Well, there's an app for that!

Jul. 28, 2015

A big question has been when and if chip fab development will come to the Central New York region.

Jul. 28, 2015

The Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Council (MVREDC) delivered a progress presentation to the state assessment team.

Jul. 28, 2015

The Apex Surgical Center in Westmoreland is now open.

Jul. 28, 2015

A federal judge says a nonprofit conservative organization advocating for less government must disclose information about its major donors to New York's attorney general if it wants to solicit money in the state.

Jul. 27, 2015

Fast food restaurants with more than 30 locations may soon be paying workers $15/hour. Workers in other professions say they don't understand how this decision was made.

Jul. 27, 2015

The Apple Watch is heading to some Best Buy stores ahead of the holiday shopping season.

Jul. 27, 2015

New York's Wage Board has finalized its recommendation endorsing a $15 minimum wage for fast-food workers in chain restaurants.

Jul. 27, 2015

Rochester has been chosen as the national headquarters for a photonics hub that will be launched with more than $600 million in federal, state, university and industry investment.

Jul. 24, 2015

The New York state Comptroller's Office reports that the growth in local sales tax collections has slowed to 1.6 percent for the first half of this year.

Jul. 24, 2015

The company deleted most references to Hogan on its website and issued a statement Friday saying it had terminated its contract with one of the biggest stars in the history of professional wrestling.

Jul. 22, 2015

A local pizzeria is being recognized as one of the oldest in the United States.

Jul. 23, 2015

The route for the annual Boonville Oneida County Fair Parade will be different this year.

Jul. 23, 2015

UPPAbaby is recalling 71,000 strollers and seats because of a choking hazard, saying children could bite off a piece of the stroller's foam crossbar, according to federal regulators.

Jul. 23, 2015

A local nursing school has been placed on a list of institutions that need “additional oversight of cash management”.

Jul. 23, 2015

Fast-food workers in New York are heralding plans to raise their minimum wage to $15 as restaurant owners vow to fight what they say is an arbitrary increase.

Jul. 22, 2015

A proposal to set a $15 minimum wage for workers at fast-food restaurants with 30 or more locations was endorsed Wednesday by a state labor board.

Jul. 22, 2015

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer says avian flu is to blame for the rising cost of eggs and that it's imperative to fund government efforts to stop the spread of the illness.

Jul. 22, 2015

A local pizzeria is honored with being the second oldest pizzeria in America.

Jul. 22, 2015

Utica's Adirondack Distilling Company is branching out with a new location now open in Destiny USA.

Jul. 22, 2015

The Payless store inside Sangertown Square Mall is relocating.

Jul. 22, 2015

Kmart in New Hartford is closed for now. But, as far as we know, the closure is just temporary.

Jul. 20, 2015

UTICA, NY - There is no question about it that Downtown Utica is seeing a resurgence of new life as of late.

Jul. 17, 2015

It was a symbolic beginning to the day at Utica Bread - the cutting of the baguette!

Jul. 20, 2015

Greek banks are open again, but many restrictions on transactions, including cash withdrawals, remain.

Jul. 16, 2015

In a decision announced Thursday afternoon, the New York State Public Service Commission voted to move forward with a plan to overlay a second area code within the 18-country region served by the existing 315 code.

Jul. 15, 2015

There are reports of two new additions to the New Hartford eating and fun scene.

Jul. 15, 2015

Runnings in Rome is operating an 80,000 square foot distribution center.

Jul. 15, 2015

The future for Gap stores is unclear. Syracuse News reports that the Gap store at Destiny USA is closing.

Jul. 14, 2015

German-based Würth Group acquired Frankfort-based Northern Safety and Industrial, one of the largest privately held safety companies in the United States.

Jul. 14, 2015

The Syracuse Nationals rolls into the New York State Fairgrounds this Friday and with it will be three generations of one local family.

Jul. 14, 2015

Sangertown Mall announced a new 14,000-square-feet addition to the Target wing: Billy Beez.

Jul. 13, 2015

The 2015 Boilermaker Corporate Cup results are in!

Jul. 13, 2015

Republican Gov. Greg Abbott is making New York the first stop on his plans to travel around the U.S. and world to woo companies to Texas.

Jul. 13, 2015

Kodak will implode another vacant building on its sprawling Rochester campus.

Jul. 9, 2015

For more than 100 years, two newspapers have served the communities of Little Falls and Herkimer. Now, those papers are merging-- and plan to offer an expanded version.

Jul. 9, 2015

When you head to the Planet Fitness Boilermaker Expo tomorrow and Saturday, grab a hot dog. It's for a good cause.

Jul. 9, 2015

Trading has resumed on the New York Stock Exchange after an outage of more than three hours caused by technical problems.

Jul. 8, 2015

Charlie’s Pizza Traveling Traveler made a visit to the Rescue Mission to provide a dinner meal to its residents and guests today.

Jul. 8, 2015

The Utica Zoo will unveil a new animal this Saturday at the top of African Alley.

Jul. 8, 2015

AmeriCU Credit Union President and CEO Mark Pfisterer has been officially named the chairman of the New York Credit Union Association’s (NYCUA) board of directors. AmeriCU also received the prestigious DesJardins Adult Financial Education Award.

Jul. 8, 2015

25 more banners have gone up in downtown Utica ahead of Boilermaker 2015.

Jul. 8, 2015

Recent dog deaths have reignited calls to pass regulations governing grooming, a practice that doesn't require a license and has rules that vary by business.

Jul. 8, 2015

All United Continental flights in the U.S. are currently grounded due to computer problems.

Jul. 8, 2015

A federal judge has awarded a Texas woman nearly $230,000, saying a cable company harassed her with 153 robocalls even after she complained about them.

Jul. 8, 2015

Sangertown Square Mall officials plan to remodel and expand Victoria's Secret in the Macy's wing, in New Hartford.

Jul. 6, 2015

Starbucks says it's hiking prices again starting Tuesday, with the increases ranging from 5 to 20 cents for most affected drinks.

Jul. 6, 2015

Officers and members of the Special Project Committee of the Rome Lions Club announced the recipients of the organization’s months-long search for projects deserving of receiving a larger grant.

Jul. 6, 2015

Groups interested in bidding for a single available casino license in New York's Southern Tier are up against a deadline.

Jul. 6, 2015

IHOP will celebrate its 57th anniversary by offering guests a 57 cent short stack.

Jul. 3, 2015

The Utica Landmarc building is now marking its territory downtown.

Jul. 3, 2015

There are potato chips -- so, why not chips made from broccoli, chickpeas and kale? It's among the products that were on display this week at the 61st annual Fancy Food Show in New York.

Jul. 3, 2015

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi and Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente held a news conference to outline their opposition to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the State Department of Transporation’s management plan for the Adirondack Scenic Railroad Corridor.

Jul. 2, 2015

A racino on New York's Southern Tier has submitted a proposal for a $145 million expansion to a full Las Vegas-style casino.

Jul. 2, 2015

Valley Gymnastics is on the move again. This time it’s from New Hartford to Champlin Avenue in Utica.

Jul. 1, 2015

WKTV.COM and Jim Doyle & Associates are hosting a free, unique seminar for businesses.

Jul. 1, 2015

Xpress Natural Gas had its grand opening and is now up and running, but what does that mean for the town of Manheim?

Jul. 1, 2015

Utica mayor Robert Palmieri and Ray Durso, the United States of Housing and Urban Development and Community Needs Assessment (CNA) Chairman Raymond Durso, released the final draft of Utica’s two-year action plan, developed as part of the recent Community Needs Assessment initiative.

Jun. 30, 2015

City of Rome officials held a private meeting today to discuss the future of the Relax Inn Motel - the former Econolodge.

Jun. 30, 2015

A federal appeals court in New York says Apple violated antitrust laws by colluding with publishers to raise electronic book prices in 2010.

Jun. 30, 2015

A new miniature golf place opens on Rome-New London Road.

Jun. 29, 2015

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama says too many Americans are working long days for less pay than they deserve because of outdated rules on overtime pay.

Jun. 29, 2015

Financial expert Honorine Wallack discusses the Greek financial crisis and how it may affect the U.S.

Jun. 25, 2015

The Adirondack Railroad Preservation Society wins court case against Lake Colby Association.

Jun. 25, 2015

HAMILTON, NY - Nearly 100 people will soon be out of work in Hamilton.

Jun. 25, 2015

On Utica’s east side, a simple paint job is showing promise in a storied building that closed three years ago. Grimaldi's, on Bleecker Street, is looking cleaner this morning.

Jun. 24, 2015

A Rome hotel is under new management, but is that going to be enough to keep it from getting shut down?