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Amtrak warns NYS passengers of possible measles exposure

ALBANY, NY - Health officials say a New York college student who now has measles recently traveled across the state on a train. So they want to make people aware while noting that most New Yorkers have been vaccinated against the disease.

Garage charred by overnight fire in Manheim

Numerous fire crews responded to a massive garage fire overnight in Manheim.

Schools rally against Cuomo's education proposals

Students, teachers and parents from three different school districts rallied together on Thursday night to protest Gov. Andrew Cuomo's 2015 budget proposal for education reform.

Utica on Comptroller's Fiscally Stressed List

The New York State Comptroller's Office on Thursday released their list of fiscally stressed schools. The Utica School District's presence on the list was no revelation to Superintendent Bruce Karam.

Boyfriend of triple homicide victim starts petition for "Cindy's Law"

The boyfriend of one of the victim's from the triple homicide in Utica wants to change the law regarding mental health evaluations.

Schumer urges incoming Postmaster to keep Utica post office open

In a one-on-one meeting, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer urged the incoming Postmaster General to keep the City of Utica's Pitcher Street Post Office open.

Rescue Mission of Utica adds housing downtown

The Rescue Mission of Utica had a ribbon cutting today to celebrate a renovation, so they are no longer saying goodbye to the graduates of its Parker House rehab program.

UPD seeks help in locating shots fired source

On January 28, 2015, at around 10:40 p.m., Utica Police units responded to the area of Eagle Street and Kossuth Avenue in regards to shots fired.

Police: Suspect in threatening call turned himself in

The Utica Police Department states that the man they were looking for in relation to a threatening phone call has turned himself in after seeing the notification on Facebook.

Local schools land on fiscally stressed list

The New York comptroller has found 90 public school districts fiscally stressed -- including several locally -- accounting for 13 percent of the 672 reviewed statewide.

WKTV switches to true high definition technology

You can now watch your favorite WKTV newscasts in true HD.

Turning Stone Resort Casino largest contributor to county's tourism and jobs

Turning Stone Resort Casino highlighted as largest contributor to Oneida County’s $1.2 billion tourism value and region’s 34,000 related jobs.

Interview with Undersheriff from standoff situation in DeRuyter

DERUYTER, NY -Authorities have released the name of a man who died after a standoff with officials in DeRuyter.

Red Cross assisting two adults, three children after Sylvan Beach fire

Crews from Sylvan Beach, Vienna and North Bay all responded to a fire at 333 16th Avenue late Wednesday night.

City officials to review meat processing plant, solar farm project

ROME, N.Y. (WKTV)--Dozens of Rome residents expressed their concerns for the development of a solar farm and a meat packing plant in the city, during a Common Council meeting Wednesday night.

"At that point I realized something was significantly wrong."- Trooper, Coach share story of courtside rescue in Camden

CAMDEN, N.Y. - Some quick thinking by a group of men saved the life of another man on a Camden basketball court. One night a week a group of guys get together inside the Camden High School gym to shoot some hoops. This past Monday night, they were playing as usual, when one of the players who was sitting on the sideline collapsed.

Interim Assembly Speaker Born in Utica

Greens Morelle is a term with which many Uticans are familiar. The family responsible for the Utica food staple hopes that, "Speaker Morelle," will follow suit.

Investigator, coach credited with reviving Camden man

A New York State police investigator and a football coach are being credited with saving the life of a 48-year-old man who collapsed while playing basketball at the Camden High School.

Utica man arrested for threatening social services worker

According to Sheriff Rob Maciol, a 61-year-old Utica man was arrested after threatening a county social services worker during a phone call to the Oneida County Office.

Picente announces Youth Services Council initiative to expand services

Oneida County Executive Tony Picente announced a 2015 Youth Services Council initiative at a meeting at B.O.C.E.S. on Middle Settlement Road in New Hartford.

Man accused of beating victim in front of infant

DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. (WKTV) - A St. Johnsville man faces multiple charges following a domestic dispute, in which he allegedly choked and hit his victim in front of an infant.