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Synthetic Marijuana: dangerous, emerging trend

They call it K2, Spice, and No More Mr. Nice Guy. The last is perhaps the most accurate name for synthetic marijuana.

Utica police cite 13 drivers during school speed enforcement detail

On May 20, 2015, Utica Police officers conducted a speed enforcement detail in front of Albany School after persistent complaints about motorist ignoring the school speed limit.

New Hartford man injured in rollover

A motor vehicle accident on Paris Road on May 20 in the evening leaves a New Hartford man injured.

3 local girls need help to reach Olympic dreams

Three local girls have been selected to train and compete with the USA Luge Junior National Team, but they need help raising funds to participate in the development program.

Missing Rome girl is located in Utica

ROME, NY - A missing teen from Rome is found safe and sound.

Utica Police investigate west side shooting

UTICA, NY - Utica Police are investigating a shooting on the city's west side.

Duck Races raise money for CMN

A day at the races at Utica National.

5 local businesses honored with Leading Edge Award

Five local businesses are in the spotlight tonight after winning a Leading Edge Award.

Stay safe this Memorial Day weekend with boater safety tips

Local authorities want to make sure you have safe holiday this Memorial Day weekend while on the water. State police and representatives from the Oneida County Sheriff's Office held a joint news conference today in the village of Sylvan Beach.

City of Utica awarded Safe Routes to School grant

Mayor Robert Palmieri today announced that the City of Utica was named a recipient of the Safe Routes to School grant.

FASNY announces Oneida County recipient of volunteer scholarship

The Firemen’s Association of the State of New York (FASNY) announced a local recipient of the FASNY Gerard J. Buckenmyer Volunteer Scholarship.

Landmarks Society of Greater Utica holds their annual summer Walks and Talks

Summer Walks and Talks sponsored by the Landmarks Society of Greater Utica kick off in June.

City of Oneonta announces temporary parking garage closing dates

The City of Oneonta will be sweeping all three levels of the parking garage.

Monday Nights at Hanna Park returns for the summer

Monday Nights at Hanna Park announces its return.

Comets fans line up for Game 1 and 2 tickets

Tickets to Game 1 and 2 went on sale this morning at ten at The AUD box office.

ALERT: Rome police search for missing 13-year-old girl

Rome police are searching for a missing girl who is believed to have run away from her residence.

Local business seeks public support for $100,000 grant

A local business, ANDRO Computational LLC, seeks the community’s help so they can move onto the next step for a $100,000 grant from Chase Mission Main Street Grants.

District Attorney: Yorkville man arrested following Adirondack Bank larceny investigation

Yorkville man charged with grand larceny following investigation at Adirondack Bank.

Tick population gradually moving north and west in New York State

Tick season is in full swing in Central New York. Local experts offer advice on how to prevent ticks and what to do if you find a tick burrowed on you, your pet or your child.

Mysterious Circumstances: 1985 Little Falls Drowning

It was 30 years ago this summer that tragedy struck a Herkimer County family, gripping the entire community. Nine-year-old John DuPont was found dead at the bottom of the Little Falls municpal pool, although a search of the pool the prior day failed to produce his body.